Aero India show displays the civil and military aircrafts and other latest products from the Indian aviation and aerospace industry. This is the Asia's largest exhibitions, which is held once in two years. Aero India also provides a platform for business, it is eagerly awaited by the industry members and the prospective customers alike.
The state government is preparing to ink agreements with some companies to facilitate aerospace sectors in terms of investment and it also planed to set up its first special stall at the biennial event to attract the investors.
Secretary Defence Production Raj Kumar Singh Saidhere said, “The eighth edition of the biennial Aero India show is expected to surpass all previous editions of the premiere air show in terms of participation and volume."
There will be two shows every day for general visitors at the Air Force station in Yelahanka from 10am to noon and from 2:30pm to 5pm. On Feb 9, the first day, there won't be a morning show.
The tickets will be available at the venue from the day the show begins and it can also be purchased at Garuda, Forum and Mantri malls. Weekdays the ticket cost is Rs 400 and Rs 500 on weekends.