61 aircraft, including HAL's indigenous products LCA Tejas are all set to roar in the city skies.
The five-day long biennial event, which will showcase India's air defence prowess, will also act as a platform for aviation companies, the defence sector and government to forge new alliances and contracts.
The global event will see the participation of the highest ever aircraft, Airbus 330Neo.
The event will see participation from countries like Israel, US, UK, Germany, Russia and France to name a few.
Addressing a press conference on Tuesday, Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said efforts will be taken to ensure that the incident like Pulwama is never repeated.