Don't know leh. Heard my friends saying that. Just want to reconfirm. However first day is normal the most happening day, as some planes only show their faces during the first day.AlexLum said:Are they coming for the AA2004? :think:
Yes! Photography is allowed.chyeo said:Is photography allowed? Is it open to public?
They don't do so, its too tedious. They would scan all your stuff in the X-ray scanner, just like the custom does.yaoxing said:Do they usually check our camera by requesting us to open up the film compartment or remove the lens to show them that they are indeed cameras? Anyone had experienced being asked to do such things before?
Price of tickets for trade days has gone up. It was around $45 2 years ago. I will be going for the air display. Don't miss the timing and be there early.AlexLum said:Yes! Photography is allowed.
Date: 24 - 27 Feb. 2004 (Tuesday - Friday)
(Tickets are priced at S$50 per entry) :bigeyes:
Date: 28 - 29 Feb. 2004 (Saturday - Sunday)
(Ticket charges Adult : S$21.00, Child : S$7.00) :sweat:
You may get more info here : http://www.asianaerospace.com/main.asp
I think can. Can only take static planes not in wca.KNIGHT ONG said:* General shots is allowed. No head on shots of exhibits, without permission. No photography in West Cargo Apron (WCA) where large aircraft are displayed. Cameras and camera phones must be surrendered before entering WCA.
The above was extracted from SISTIC, that means we still can bring our DC and shoot rite ? :think:
Must must. Remember that if you go by MRT. You can take a shuttle bus from expo. But it will cost you $2.KNIGHT ONG said:Actually more interested in the flying display, so can bring big zoom 70-200mm lens to shoot? :think:
skyflash said:for the aerial display, how about cloudy weather?
the aerial displays that i attended in AA2000 and AA2002 are cloudy.
at least high clouds.
I think singapore is looking into it. Or US doesn't want us to advertise them.skyflash said:A few months back (cant remember exactly when), the US exhibtors met the AA2004 organiser to ask them to reduce the exhibition fees. Apparently, the cost is too high -- and some decided to skip AA2004 and beyond.
The other related news is the fighter competition. It seems that only Typhoon run ads in Singapore. ......