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Eurofighter Typhoon

Aero India 2009 didn’t have much. Infact, the organisers felt the whole place to to look so empty that they brought in “fillers” from the IAF (Indian Air Force). MiG 21, 27, 29, Mirage 2000, the BAe designed and HAL produced Hawk, The advanced light helicopter, “Dhruv” ALH, the Russian made Mi-35, SEPECAT Jaguar, and airplanes of yester years: Pushpak, Havilland Mk IV…. had no real role to play in the serious game of an Airshow such as Aero India, where only “Business Visitors” can view airplanes meant for “General Interest”. Few Business airplanes that could have meant more to business visitors were parked far off, beyond visual range.

Aero India 2011 was the best, by far, and it may be quite a while before an airshow of that scale returns to Bangalore.

View the photos taken at Aero India 2009, by CLICKING HERE.