A different kind of aerial show at Changi airport

Aerial displays are something all airports are good at, well, at least if you classify the graceful starts and landings of aircraft as such. Now Changi Airport in Singapore (IATA: SIN; LD reviewed) put up a whole different kind of aerial show: To publicise their Changi Millionaire draw, the airport invited Strange Fruit, a world-renowned Australian performing arts company, to perform at Changi Airport’s Terminal 3 last Friday.

Passengers and visitors to Changi Airport were greeted by aerialists perched on four-metre high poles performing to the beat of classical music (see YouTube video here). The performance was part of a promotion where shoppers can head down to Changi Airport over the next weekends (23 July – 14 August) to have the bar code on their ‘Changi Millionaire’ shopping bags scanned for a chance to win one of 10 iPad 2!

[Photo by Changi Airport, all rights reserved]