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]