The aero show which begins on Wednesday in the city has been given additional security following the terror attack on the soldiers in Kashmir.

Here are the alternate routes you can take during AeroIndia in Bengaluru
news Aero India Tuesday, February 19, 2019 - 10:52

As the AeroIndia show gets set to begin in Bengaluru from Wednesday to Sunday, the city police have issued a traffic advisory encouraging the public to choose appropriate routes for the event.

#Traffic advisory for public to choose routes for attending the #AeroIndia 2019. Different routes for #ADVA Parking (G8 k&G9)entry, #DAP parking(G5) entry & KIAL,” read the tweet from the Bengaluru Traffic Police (BTP) handle, along with which they had included a map of possible routes that people can take to attend the event.

Along with the map, there is also a list of routes which can be taken from Bengaluru West, South, and East towards the airport and for the show. Officials have given three main routes to be taken from Bengaluru West and South and another three from Bengaluru East. People going to the airport from Bengaluru west and south are advised to travel via Mysuru road through BEL circle and Vidyanagar to reach KIAL.To go to towards the aero show they can either go through the same route mentioned above and go via Nagenahalli gate to reach the ADVA parking area or go via the Vidyanagar Cross U-Turn to reach the Domestic parking area. For those traveling from East Bengaluru, towards KIAL, the traffic police have suggested they travel via Hennur cross. If they’re looking to reach ADVA parking, they can go via Jakkuru Cross from the KR Puram-Nagavara junction and go via Yelahanka circle. Alternatively they can travel via KR Puram, Hennur Cross and Vidyanagar to reach the Domestic parking.

It was also reported that following the terrorist attack on Indian jawans in Kashmir, which took place in Pulwama, security measures have been increased at the AeroIndia show. Around 4,000 police personnel, including traffic police, have been stationed around the Yelahanka Air Force station. City Police Commissioner T Suneel Kumar, told the media that three layers of security had been arranged. The Central Industrial Security Force is handling security arrangements inside the airbase, while the Air Force police are taking care of security measures inside the venue. Bengaluru city police will be handling the third blanket of security, headed by Seemanth Kumar Singh, Additional Commissioner of Police (East). Seemanth Kumar Singh is the designated nodal officer for security for the event.

In addition to the two control rooms inside and outside the venue, a third one is being set up at a defence airbase system. The control room will coordinate with central security agencies and disaster management teams to ensure that the event runs smoothly.

Become a TNM Member for just Rs 999!
You can also support us with a one-time payment.