It’s that time of the year for the most popular show on aviation at the Begumpet Airport. The four-day show concluded on Sunday and saw many enthusiasts and industry insiders looking in awe at the advancements in the Indian aviation sector, both private and government segments.
The event is organized by the Ministry of Civil Aviation of India (MoCA) and the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FCCI) jointly, and the theme of this year’s event was India@75: New Horizon for Aviation Industry.
For the uninitiated, it is considered to be Asia’s largest civil aviation exhibition, and it was no surprise that hundreds turned up to watch the spectacular displays and air shows. People, both young and old, were totally mesmerized by the models on display, and looking at them from close quarters was a thrilling experience, share many.
Students and future entrants into the aviation industry found the show informative and felt that there were all kinds of information available to give insights into the developments both in private and government domains. One of the participants happened to be an aspiring pilot and shared that she was elated as she got to know about Indian Women Pilot Association. Incidentally, she enrolled in the organization and hopes to become a pilot in the near future, though she initially worried about the lack of funds.
Then, of course, there were lots of food stalls and memorabilia stalls which were huge with the public.