Saturday, 31 December 2016

Aero India 14 to 18 February 2017


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A strong Indian defense industry will not only make India more secure. It will also make India more prosperous

Address of Venue:
Air Force Station Yelahanka,
Bengaluru,
Karnataka - 560063
India

Tickets:
Will be sold from select banks.
For Exhibition area visitors go here. https://www.aeroindia.in/GeneralVisitorExhibitionLandingPage.aspx
Business Visitors go here: https://www.aeroindia.in/BusinessVisitorLandingPage.aspx

This tour is the 11th edition of Aero India to be held from 14 to 18 February 2017.

Aero India has already carved a niche for itself globally as a premier aerospace exhibition, with ten successful editions organized since 1996.
Aero India 2017 will provide a significant platform in bolstering business opportunities in International aviation sector. It has favorably poised an exponential growth over previous edition. A rapidly growing economy, defense preparation and challenges and opening up of defense production to private sector, have given a major fillip to the defense industry in India. It has also become a hub centre for defense business in the Asia.

The Small and Medium scale industries are also meant to benefit from being part of global supply chain by providing cost effective engineering solutions to global players. There is a requirement of one million skilled workers in the Aerospace industry in India in the next 10 years. The aim is to make the ensure that 70 percent of the defense equipment are made within the country in the next five years from the current 40 percent. This can create large number of jobs.

A total of 72+ aircrafts will be the part of the air show. The main attraction of the event was the fly past and demonstration by HAL TejasHAL Light Combat Helicopter, Sarang display team and air display teams from Sweden, UK, Czech Republic and Open sky jump by US Special forces. A total of 11+ foreign military aircraft on display, out of which a majority of them from the United States.


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