The 13th edition of Aero India will take place in Bengaluru from February 3 to February 5.
Aero India 2021 in Bengaluru will be marked by the maiden presence of the Uttar Pradesh Defence Corridor. Last year also, UP attracted defence companies to Lucknow's defence expo and will now be part of one of the largest aerospace and defence exhibition in India.
Aero India is organised every alternate year in India which is also regarded as one of the major exhibitions for aerospace and defence industries with a public air show. Attended by defence aviation, civil aviation and well-known private companies, it enables industry professionals to gain market insights and announce new developments. Aero India offers a unique platform to the international aviation sector to bolster business.
UP to participate in Aero Space 2021
The Aero India show is organised under the guidance of the Ministry of Defence and Hindustan Aeronautics Limited which provides a platform to several countries to demonstrate their defence products to potential customers and investors. At the show, exhibitors are likely to showcase their products using the latest technologies to potential customers.
The CEO of Uttar Pradesh Defence Corridor revealed that there will be a huge pavilion of Uttar Pradesh Defence Corridor at the Aero India show in Bengaluru. "Our team is ready and several foreign defence companies have signed agreements to put their units in the Uttar Pradesh Defence Corridor and their work is in progress which will surely be able to attract more companies to come to Uttar Pradesh", he said.
The magnificence of the 13th Edition
According to the Ministry of Defence, a total of 541 defence companies will be participating this year in Aero India. Out of these, about 463 are domestic and 78 are foreign. The participating countries have already booked their pavilions. Another set of 105 companies will be virtually present, read reports.
Aero India 2021 is the 13th edition of Aero India, in which the participation of Indian domestic companies and public sector companies (PSUs) has increased every year. The air show where earlier aerial exhibitions of foreign aircraft were given prominence, now prominently features acrobatics and aerial displays of indigenous fighter 'Tejas' and helicopters.