The A350-900 will be making a global show debut - it's presence at the Paris Air Show was purely a fly-by.
Boeing, meanwhile, will have a Qatar Airways 787 on static display, where it will be joined by the first SilkAir 737-800, fresh from its delivery flight from Seattle.
Bombardier is yet to announce whether the CSeries will make an appearance. It had a sizeable cabin mock-up at the last Singapore Air Show.
Four Embraer aircraft from the Executive Jets portfolio will be displayed during the show: Lineage 1000E, Legacy 650, Phenom 300 and the Phenom 100. Bombardier will officially open its new business jet service centre in Seletar Aerospace Park during the show.