Glimpses from Aero India 2017: Day 3
Stunning photos captured on the 3rd day of the 11th edition of Aero India 2017 being held at Air Force Station at Yelahanka in Bengaluru. With Make in India as its focus, and Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar wooing global aerospace firms to make their products in India, Aero India 2017 kicked off on February 14. Photos: MoD
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Air Marshal SBP Sinha ready for the demonstration flight of the JAS 39 Gripen during the AI-2017 at Yelahanka.

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Ground crew of the US F-16 pose with their mean machine during the AI-2017 at Yelahanka.

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Visitors pose beside the P8 - A of the US Navy during the AI-2017 at Yelahanka.

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The Light Utility Helicopter of HAL on display during the AI-2017 at Yelahanka.

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The upgraded Jaguar fighter of the Indian Air Force with its armament on display during the AI-2017 at Yelahanka.

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 The Scandinavian Viking pilot readies his machine during the AI-2017 at Yelahanka.

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Team Yakovlev with their flying machine during the AI-2017 at Yelahanka.

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The Hawk jets of the Surya Kiran Aerobatic Team getting airborne to put up a display during the AI-2017 at Yelahanka.

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The JAS-39 Gripen performing in flight during the AI-2017 at Yelahanka.

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The JAS-39 Gripen performing in flight during the AI-2017 at Yelahanka.

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The US F-16 taxying in after landing during the AI-2017 at Yelahanka.

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The US F-16 lands after its flight during the AI-2017 at Yelahanka.

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The US F-16 headed skywards during the AI-2017 at Yelahanka.

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Air traffic controllers in action at the Yelahanka air base during the AI-2017.

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Air traffic controllers in action at the Yelahanka air base during the AI-2017.

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