Rajnath Singh:Aero India show to be held in Bengaluru from Feb 3-5
The event is unique in ways more than one and it is billed as the ‘Runway to a Billion opportunities': Defence Minister Rajnath Singh.
The Aero India show is scheduled from 3rd February till 5th February, 2021 at Bengaluru. The event is unique in ways more than one and it is billed as the ‘Runway to a Billion opportunities': Defence Minister Rajnath Singh.
The BIAL and respective airlines will stay in constant touch during the change in airport operations and will revise flight timings during the Aero India show to avoid any kind of incovenience to the passenger.
Commercial flight operations will be partially closed by Bengaluru International Airport from January 30 to February 5, 2021 for rehearsal and main show for Aero India 2021.
"In order to ensure safety and pave the way for the success of the event, Bengaluru Airport will partially close commercial flight operations and also standby as the diversionary airport for flying display during the days of practice and the main show,” states Bengaluru International Airport limited (BIAL) .
"BIAL is working with airlines and IAF to ensure minimal disruption to the existing schedule during the reduced operating hours,” BIAL added.
Airport taxis and bus services will be included for passenger traffic. “Information on airport operations will be made available on the BIAL website http://www.bengaluruairport.com. Passengers are advised to check with the respective airlines on the status of their flights,” BIAL stated.
Aero India show which will be held between February 3 and 5 in Bengaluru, is the first-ever Aero India virtual exhibition on an indigenously developed virtual exhibition platform and that too on a hybrid model.
The occurrence of Covid-19 pandemic gives space to only 15,000 people in the Air Display Visual Area to control the crowd in the exhibition areas.