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Hyderabad air show fascinates enthusiasts

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Posted: Posted Date – 10:47 PM, Sat – Mar 26, 22

By Sruthi Kuruganti

Hyderabad: Begumpet Airport was bustling with visitors to Wings India 2022 on Saturday. From delegates and high-flying pilots, to selfie freaks and knowledge enthusiasts, hundreds of people came from every city to witness Asia’s largest civil aviation exhibition.

The event is jointly organized by the Ministry of Civil Aviation of India (MoCA) and the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI). .

Visitors were captivated by the spectacular air show put on by the Sarang team. Many first-time visitors and children enjoyed the show.

“This is my first time here. We even saw the flight models on display. This live air show experience they put on with three helicopters was majestic. My kids and I really enjoyed it and would love to come back,” said J Chamundeshwari, a visitor.

Visitors found the show not only entertaining but also very informative. Jashua, a student from Hindustan University in Chennai, said the exhibit gave him a better understanding of aircraft.

“Aviation is not our territory, but we (humans) are invading it, so we have to be careful and learn everything about it. By coming here, we can see and understand how the industry works,” says “We are here to experience the wonders of flight and flying, watching it just makes you happy,” he adds.

Crowds were drawn to the exhibition area, which featured private and government aviation booths. “Exhibitions help good interactions with people involved in aviation. I aspire to become a pilot but I can’t afford it. I didn’t know there was an organization like the Indian Women Pilot Association to help people like me. I have just registered and am looking forward to pursuing a career in aviation,” said T Vaishnavi, student and aviation enthusiast.

There were also food and souvenir stalls. At the souvenir stand, which was the busiest, people lined up to buy t-shirts, badges, tiny helicopters and masks. Toy airplanes and t-shirts were in high demand.

The four-day event is also open to the public on Sundays. Tickets are available online at BookMyShow and physically at Begumpet Airport.


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