2011 RSAF Open House, Paya Lebar Airbase, Singapore

7 February 2011 Monday

The Republic of Singapore AirForce (RSAF) Open House 2011 will be held again at the Paya Lebar Airbase (PLAB) on 28 (Sat) – 29 (Sun) May 2011 for the public, the start of the school holidays here in Singapore.

The main star for this year RSAF Open House  2011 will be the recently acquired F15SG that returned to Singapore from the USAF Mountain Home AFB, USA,  last year.

This will be the second time for the public to catch a glimpse of the RSAF F15SG on the ground, the first showcase was at the National Runway Cycling and Skating 2010 also at PLAB.

Many thanks to Senang Diri Blog for the up to speed information about the open house.

Date and time:
280511 (Sat) – 0930 – 1900 hrs.
290511 (Sun) – 0830 – 1900 hrs.

Getting to Paya Lebar Airbase (PLAB).
Many options are available regardless where you are travelling from. You will just need to select one of the following options which is the most convenient for you.

Free shuttle bus services available at the following MRT stations:

RSAF OH2011 Free shuttle bus timing.
280511 (Sat) 0830 – 1930 hours.
290511 (Sun) 0800 – 1930 hours.

– Hougang MRT Station -> Hougang SBS Transit Bus Interchange

From North-East line, alight at Hougang MRT Station. Take the free shuttle service available at Hougang SBS Transit Bus Interchange.

– Eunos MRT Station -> Eunos SBS Transit Bus Interchange.

From East-West line, alight at Eunos MRT Station. Take the free shuttle service available at Eunos SBS Transit Bus Interchange.

Via Public Bus
Hop onto Bus Service (SBS) 90 (Toa Payoh SBS Transit Bus Interchange) or 94 (Eunos SBS Transit Bus Interchange) and alight at the designated bus stop opposite Air Force Museum. (Please note that Bus Service (SBS) 94 is not available on Sunday)

Via Taxi
Alight at designated drop-off point along airport road.

Official website of RSAF Open House 2011.


The RSAF Open House 2011 will be held at Paya Lebar Air Base this year and is open to the public from 28 to 29 May 2011 (9.30 am to 7 pm on 28 May; 8.30 am to 7 pm on 29 May).  

Look forward to the latest hardware of our 3rd Generation RSAF, including the F-15SG fighter aircraft and S-70B Naval Helicopter, and meet the people behind these formidable machines.

Don’t miss our exciting line-up of aerial performances, aircraft rides and carnival games for your entire family.

Exclusive prizes and souvenirs await. So head down to the RSAF Open House 2011 this May.

]1[ RSAF Open House 2011 poster.

]2[ RSAF F15SG showcase during the National Runway Cycling and Skating 2010, PLAB.

]3[ RSN Seahawk S70B.

First showcase of the RSN S70B Seahawks to the public.

]4[ RSAF G550 CAEW at the Singapore Airshow 2010.

]5[ RSAF personnel smiling for the camera, RSAF Open House 2008.

Photo by Who.

]6[ Will there be free Milo peng for the RSAF Open House 2011?

RSN Open House 2010, Milo peng for the visitors.

]7[ Cheerleading performances?

Update: 251111 (Fri).

More photos in Flickristan.

]2011 MAY[ RSAF Open House, Paya Lebar Airbase, Singapore


8 Responses to “2011 RSAF Open House, Paya Lebar Airbase, Singapore”

  1. 1 Swiss 24/05/2011 at 17:59

    Hi where can I have schedule for Shuttle bus?
    Kindly advice.

  2. 3 Mohd Shahfie 27/05/2011 at 04:49

    I will be driving. Are there carparks area?

  3. 4 VALENE 27/05/2011 at 10:43

    Is there parking lots?

  4. 5 gains 27/05/2011 at 13:26

    Can I drive there? Is there enough carparks there?


  5. 6 xtemujin 27/05/2011 at 18:45

    As far as I know, there are only a few carpark slots.

    Best is to park at Eunos or Hougang and take the free shuttle bus.

  6. 7 aki 28/05/2011 at 13:51

    can foreigners see too? what ID do I need?

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