Aero India 2017: Training activities fly out to nearby bases from AFS Yelahanka .


With just over two weeks left for the 11th International Show on Aerospace, Defence, Civil Aviation, Airport Infrastructure and Defence Engineering (Aero India 2017), Air Force Station (AFS) Yelahanka has begun the process of shifting its assets. The show is scheduled from February 14 to 18.

A senior Indian Air Force (IAF) official told Mathrubhumi that the training activities will now shift to nearby bases at AFS Bidar (Karnataka) and AFS Sulur (Tamil Nadu).

“Our training is time-bound. It can’t stop and we have to stick to the schedules. For the next month we will shift to nearby bases. Read More…


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