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December 28, 2023. SINGAPORE

Aviation enthusiasts and families alike will be part of the fun again with the return of "Weekend@Airshow," formerly known as Public Days at the Singapore Airshow 2024. Scheduled for the 24-25 February 2024 weekend, this thrilling event will transform the Changi Exhibition Centre into a hub of excitement with aviation themed family-friendly activities.

Favourite highlights such as high-speed precision manoeuvres by local and visiting aerobatic flying teams will have heads looking skywards for a good part of the day, and on-ground, visitors will also have the unique opportunity to get up close with the latest commercial and military aircraft on display, as well as meeting the pilots, making for an all-round exhilarating outing for fans of all ages.

Singapore Airshow's beloved mascots, Leo and Leonette, will return to meet and greet visitors, creating a warm and welcoming atmosphere throughout the weekend. Specially planned family-friendly activities - spanning treasure hunts and constructing eco-friendly paper airplanes - will also offer young visitors a unique opportunity to immerse themselves in the world of aviation.

Singapore Airshow 2024 - catalyst for global aviation innovation

Singapore Airshow 2024 will return to its full format providing a key platform for industry leaders, government officials, and military delegations to exchange ideas and drive strategic conversations on sustainable aviation. Trade attendees can expect to see over 1000 participating companies, from over 50 countries, with first-time country pavilions from China, Czech Republic and Korea.  

The journey towards sustainable aviation

The Sustainable Aviation Forum, in collaboration with McKinsey & Company, will delve into critical topics such as challenges and opportunities in sustainable aviation, regulatory regimes, technology innovation, and R&D collaborations. The forum will discuss on how the industry aims to achieve net-zero emissions by exploring strategies for decarbonising the aviation sector and the pivotal role of sustainable aviation fuel.

Underlining its commitment to environmental responsibility, Singapore Airshow 2024 has partnered with CarbonClick, a leading carbon offsetting platform, enabling attendees to offset the carbon emissions associated with their travel. CarbonClick supports high-quality, certified climate projects such as the Rimba Raya biodiversity reserve in Indonesia and a wind power project in India.

Save the date for an unforgettable weekend

Don't miss the chance to be part of an eventful weekend that celebrates the wonder of aviation. Mark your calendars for Weekend@Airshow on 24-25 February 2024, where the skies come alive with thrilling displays, and on-ground activities offer family-friendly fun. Weekend@Airshow tickets can be purchased from SISTIC starting January 2, 2024, at the following prices: SGD$34 for adults, SGD$17 for children aged 3 to 12 years, and SGD$240 for the group package, which includes 4 tickets and 1 car park label. More details on the flying displays will be available in the new year.

About Singapore Airshow

The biennial Singapore Airshow is Asia's most influential aerospace and defence exhibition for stakeholders to forge strategic alliances and collaborate for change to shape the future of the global aviation industry. Organised and managed by Experia Events Pte Ltd, Singapore Airshow 202 4 will take place from 20 – 25 February 2024. For more information on the Singapore Airshow, visit

About Experia Events Pte Ltd

Specialist in conceptualising, creating and curating trade events of strategic interest that spur industry development, Experia brings together captains of industries from all over the world to inspire ideas and influence decisions that move the needle in strategic issues for global, national and societal needs and progress. With its genesis in the Singapore Airshow, Asia’s most influential aerospace and defence exhibition, Experia’s portfolio of events has expanded to span aerospace, defence, government and lifestyle sectors today. Experia is certified with a Data Protection Trustmark issued by the Infocomm Media Development Authority of Singapore, ISO27001 Information Security Management System. For more information, visit .

June 13-15, 2024. APULIA, Italy

The G7 Summit will be held in Borgo Egnazia, in Apulia, on June 13-15, 2024. The event will bring together the Leaders of the seven member States, as well as the President of the European Council and the President of the European Commission representing the European Union.

In line with previous G7 fora, representatives of a number of States and International Organizations will take part in the work, invited by the Nation that holds the Presidency.

The location of the Summit

G7 Leaders will gather in one of the most fascinating locations in the world, surrounded by the hospitality of the region of Apulia.

An icon of Italian excellence for its natural and artistic beauty, Apulia has historically played a role as a bridge between the East and West of the world. Over the centuries, this land has welcomed different peoples, cultures and religions that have left a rich heritage.

The historical role the region has played in promoting dialogue makes it an ideal place to bring together the Leaders of the G7, the invited Nations and International Organizations to address major global issues.

January 22, 2024. LONDON, UK

Macquarie Asset Management has announced that over €8 billion has been committed to Macquarie European Infrastructure Fund 7 (MEIF7) upon the fund’s Final Close, making MEIF7 the industry’s largest-ever fund focused on European infrastructure.1

MEIF7 reached Final Close in December 2023, having attracted commitments from more than 100 pension funds, insurance companies, sovereign wealth funds, asset managers and fund of fund investors. Approximately 92 per cent of commitments came from investors who have previously invested with Macquarie Asset Management. The strategy also attracted commitments from 24 investors new to the Macquarie Asset Management platform.

MEIF7 is the seventh vintage of Macquarie Asset Management’s successful European Infrastructure Fund series and was raised with a target size of €7-8 billion. The strategy aims to create a diversified portfolio targeting infrastructure companies aligned to the key investment themes of decarbonisation, digitalisation, the circular economy and demographic shifts. MEIF7 has already committed capital across three investments in the digital, transport and utilities sectors comprising of VIRTUS Data Centres, Best in Parking and Last Mile Infrastructure Group.

Adam Lygoe, Head of Institutional and International Wealth Distribution at Macquarie Asset Management, said: “Despite an uncertain macroeconomic environment, we have continued to strengthen and broaden our relationships with clients by providing compelling solutions to help meet their investment objectives. We would like to thank our investment partners for the trust they have placed in us.”

Martin Bradley, Head of Infrastructure for Macquarie Asset Management in EMEA, said: “Continual investment is needed to develop the infrastructure that provides essential services to communities. The closing of our seventh European infrastructure fund enables us to play a meaningful role in helping meet that need, as we seek to deliver positive impact across EMEA. We have a strong pipeline of investment opportunities and have already begun to establish a robust and diverse portfolio with three investments by the fund to date. We look forward to building on this strong foundation as we continue to deploy in the coming years.”

MEIF7’s Final Close brings capital managed under the Macquarie European Infrastructure Fund series to approximately €30 billion. Since 2021, Macquarie Asset Management’s infrastructure equity strategies have globally raised an aggregate total of approximately €39 billion2.

Macquarie Asset Management is the world’s largest infrastructure manager.3 It manages approximately €170 billion across its infrastructure, green investments, and natural assets platforms. Macquarie Asset Management’s Real Assets portfolio spans more than 170 companies and over 105 GW of green energy assets in construction, operations or development.4

  1. Infralogic data (Dec 2023 /Jan 2024)

  2. Funds that reached Final Close or are currently fundraising

  3. IPE Real Assets (Sep / Oct 2023)

  4. The total capacity of green energy assets in development that Green Investment Group (GIG) has an equity investment in or that are included in funds using the GIG brand as at 31 March 2023. The GW figure includes 100 per cenrt of the potential generating capacity of each asset, not the proportion owned/managed by GIG or the fun. As at 31 March 2023 on our balance sheet or under Macquarie management. Excludes lending and private credit funds. GW of green energy assets reflect 100 per cent generating capacity of each asset, not the proportion owned/managed by Macquarie. Refer to the FY2023 Basis of Preparation for ESG Reporting for the definition of ‘green energy assets’.  

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