Indian Air Force will have the Surya Kiran Aerobatic Team (SKAT) in their Hawk advanced jet trainer, the Sarang team in their Advanced Light Helicopter (ALH) showcase insane skills in the skies of Bangalore. Apart from that the daring manouveres by IAF's Jaguars, Mirages and MiGs will be a delight for thousands of general visitors and children at the event
Amid a huge raging political storm over the Rafale deal, Dassault Aviation, manufacturers of the Rafale, have flown in three Rafale jets for the Aero India show 2019. While two of the fighters will be used for flying exercises and the third for static display.The jets have already showcased some scintilating maneuvers in the Bengaluru sky and is going to be one of the major attractions of the 2019 edition of the mega show. The French company said it would also showcase the Falcon 2000S business aircraft, certified for low visibility approach, alongside the fighter jet.
Red Bull air race team will also participate in this year's expo, with pilots od Red Bull from the world over showcasing their airborne skills at the Yelahanka Air Force base.Apart from manned jets, this year's show will also see the race of drones, or unmanned aerial vehicles. While the winners of the Drone olympics will get a total cash prize of Rs 38 lakh, a total 57 participants have already qualified for the prelims.