Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Aero Show Bangalore 2009

Recently we had a great opportunity to witness the best Air Show in the world. With few of my friends, I reached the venue an hour before the commencement of Asia's Most Amazing Air Show held here in Yelahanka Air Force Station, Bangalore between 11-15Feb.

The exhibition has around 600 different business entities taking part from 26 countries in an area which covers 44,000 square meters, and hence the largest show in Asia. This is basically a Government organized show in association with Indian Air Force, Department of Space and DRDO. The first edition of this was in the year 1996 and was a great success and this is the 9th edition.

The highlight of course is the brilliant and acrobatic display by our aerobatics demonstration teams of Indian Air Force, Surya Kiran (meaning Sun Rays) and Sarang (meaning Peacock). And Surya Kiran needs no explanation, as it is renowned for its aerobatics world over and consists of worlds most dangerous dare devils in air and so is Sarang

Check out the pictures taken by my friend Shaiju Mohan. He is an awesome photographer (s/w engg by profession though). Check out a few of his 'coding with the camera' :)

The Exibition

Fighter Aircraft Suryakiran Electrifying Crossing

The Sarang Team with its Choppers called Dhruv and its Stunts


Sean said...

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Lilly Jones said...


Great photos. I've never been to an air show and don't know much about this, but wonder if the aircrafts use environmentally friendly fuel? Thanks, and I greatly appreciate your support of my blog- I came across yours through my sister CathM. Also my brother worked in Bangalore for some months and loved it.

All the best,

Miriam's Art Journal BLOG said...

the 6th picture looks so dangerous.

These are great pics.


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Thanks for following my blog. I like a lot the photos and your blog. Thanks for sharing!

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