Location: Siloso Beach
Address: Sentosa Gateway, Singapore
The skies above Sentosa will come alive with an aerial ballet by one of the world’s largest professional civilian aerobatics jet team. The Breitling Jet Team’s stopover in Singapore is part of the team’s first-ever five-leg Southeast Asia tour which will see the septet perform aerobatic stunts around the region.
Performing in Singapore skies for the very first time, the Breitling Jet Team will leave local spectators spellbound with their trademark array of stunts and manoeuvres that have mesmerised millions across the globe for more than a decade.
From 360 degree turns in formation to synchronised pair displays and vertical splits, the Breitling Jet Team is set to serve up a visual and emotive masterpiece.
To catch the magnificent action, the public is invited to witness the performance on 9 March, from 2pm at Siloso Beach on Sentosa Island, where Breitling will present one of the world’s most exhilarating displays in aviation.
Owned by luxury Swiss watch manufacturer Breitling, the Breitling Jet Team consists of seven members, who are some of the most experienced pilots in the world, collectively logging over 50,000 flight hours.
Each appearance of the Breitling Jet Team is a breathtaking vision, with the team flying their L-39C Albatros jets in formation to execute synchronised rolls, loops and crossovers. Breitling Jet Team:
About the Breitling Jet Team
In order to share its passion for aviation with a broad audience, Breitling created the Breitling Jet Team. With its fast and powerful aircraft piloted by flying aces, this unique aerobatics team illustrates the brand’s cherished values: performance, precision, aesthetic sophistication and innovation. The team performs a rapid-fire succession of figures that are perfectly calculated, mastered, synchronised and fine-tuned down to the smallest detail.
The unique Breitling Jet Team performs around fifty demonstrations at air shows, sporting events and private appearances. A meticulous performanc where the aircraft fly within 3 meters of each other at speeds of almost 750 km/h and with up to 8G acceleration - embodying the very essence of daring, speed and audacity.