The Bangalore Air Show 2023 - Everything You Need To Know!
The PM inaugurated Asia's largest air show on Monday, 13 February. #AeroIndia2023 will continue until Friday, 17 February.
The #AeroIndia2023 event is held at Yelahanka Air Force Station. As part of the 14th edition, the theme is “The runway to a billion opportunities”
World leaders, significant aerospace investors, and world-renowned think tanks visit the biennial Air Show held in Namma Bangalore.
The #AeroIndia2023 is open to the general public on days 4 and 5. You can watch the aerial show and walk around the exhibition.
To check the prices, go to aeroindia.gov.in and click on the ticket tab. In this section, there are three categories: General, ADVA and Business.
General category tickets cost 2500/- for Indian citizens and 50$ for foreigners. On February 16th and 17th, you can go to the air show as well as the exhibition.
The cost of the ADVA (Air Display Viewing Area) category is 1,000/- from Feb 14 to Feb 17. This ticket does not allow entry to the exhibition. For foreigners, the cost is $50.
For the Business category tickets, for entering the exhibition area from Feb 13 to Feb 15, are priced at $150 (Rs 12,413) for foreigners & Rs 5,000 for Indians.
There should be several fighter jets on exhibit during Aero India 2023.
You get to see Dassault Rafale M, sukhoi Su-57, LCA Tejas, Boeing F/A-18 Super Hornet among others.