New Delhi: Curtains on the five-day aerial extravaganza at Aero India 2015 came down at Air Force Station, Yelahanka, in Bengaluru, on February 22. With the business part earlier winding up in the first three days, the weekend show witnessed more than 100,000 people thronging the venue on each days. With ‘Make in India’ being central to Aero India 2015 theme, defence manufacturing, airport infrastructure, aerospace, defence and civil aviation sectors were among the focus at the event. While tangibles from the several business-to-business and round table meetings that took place will take time to be assessed, Aero India 2015 ends on a successful note.
Barring a mid-air collision between Red Bull members, which was handled with a very high degree of professionalism with no injury to anyone on ground or air, aerial displays continued to enthral audiences till the end. Debuting on social media platforms, an effort was also made by the Directorate of Public Relations, Ministry of Defence to reach out to the ever-increasing social media followers worldwide providing updates and glimpses from the air show venue.