Friday, December 26, 2008

Bangalore : Come the clear skies of February, and its time for thunder and flashes of metal, as the Aero India show moves into throttle. Asia's largest air show will see civil and military aircraft manufacturers from 17 countries, including the US, UK, Russia, France and Germany, putting their might on show.
Starting February 9 at Yelahanka Air Force base, the 7th Aero India will be organized by the ministry of defence and managed by the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII). A seminar on aircraft industry will be held on February 9 and the air show will begin from February 11.
The theme of the seminar will be the future of aircraft development and research. Fifty speakers from India and abroad will present papers on various sub-themes. Information will be shared among scientists, designers, manufacturers and users.
Aero India has been growing steadily as an important air show, and six editions have been organized between 1996 and 2007. The event features both flight and static display of a wide range of civil and military aircraft from reputed manufacturers.
The numbers are fantastic: more than 300 international and 230 Indian firms are likely to participate, and display more than 95 types of civilian and military aircraft.
25/12/08 Times of India


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