Hundreds of adventure enthusiasts witnessed the thrilling aerial stunts on Sunday, the last day of Aero India Show- 2013 here.
Men and women of all age groups visited the show organised by the Ministry of Defence in partnership with the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI).
Visitors braved the sun as they stood in long queues with their children to get through security checks before entering the venue.
Audience cheered and clapped as fighter jets and other airplanes hovered above their heads, performing aerobatics in the air.
"It's amazing to see different planes, personally I like the Red Bull team and United Kingdom team, they are really good," said Abhishek, a visitor.
"It's definitely wonderful, despite the sunny weather, I think it is great, its awesome, aero show, has always been my personal favourite," said Aprupa, another visitor.
Aero India Show, one of Asia's biggest defence and aerospace shows took off on February 6 with global companies descending on the venue.
The five-day event featured prominent international manufacturers such as French aircraft makers Dassault's Rafale and United Aircraft Corp, among others. (ANI)