Saturday, March 19, 2016

Sorry, Some Aircraft Flew Away

Hyderabad: Will the weekend promise to be as much fun as was promised? The fifth India Aviation show which started on a grand note on Wednesday with more than 200 exhibitors from different countries participating in the show  enters the fourth day and is open for the public on the weekend. The third day saw more people at the food stall than the runway for an obvious reason - the absence of major aircrafts.

Some of the exhibitors include Dassault Aviation, Embraer Executive Aircraft, Emirates, Govt. of A.P, Gujarat, MP, Telangana, Karnataka, GVK, High Commission of Canada, HAL, ISRO, Jet Airways, Gulfstream, OSS Management FZE, Qatar Airways, Texton, Air India, Air New Zealand Aviation Institute, Air Asia, Airbus, Airport Authority of India, Bird Excecujet Airport Services, Boeing Company, Business Aircrafts Operators Association, US India ACP and others.

The first day had good footfall of business and media fraternity. Since there was a very strict security due to President’s presence, the show was not crowded.

On the second day,  most visitors got the opportunity to get inside the aircraft and take selfies with the air hostess and luxurious interiors of the plane. Third day looked a bit dull with fewer footfalls.

Major aircrafts like Emirates, Qatar and Etihad made its way back home leaving the visitors disappointed.
19/03/16 Purnima Sriram/New Indian Express
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