Pakistanis on Monday praised 70 years of independence since Partition from India after the finish of British control in the subcontinent.
The biggest airshow in the historical backdrop of Pakistan was held at Islamabad and Karachi to commend the day of freedom.
The principal airshow was held at Fatima Jinnah Park, Islamabad. President Mamnoon Hussain was the central visitor at the event while Defense Minister Khurram Dastagir, Chief of Air Staff Sohail Aman and diplomats of benevolent nations likewise saw the heavenly occasion.
Pakistan Air Force contender and preparing air ship including Mirage, SAAB-2000, and Augusta-139, and MI-17 and Puma helicopters from Army Aviation partook in the show. Other than PAF air ship, aerobatic groups from Turkey and Saudi Arabia likewise performed in this super occasion.
“Solo Turk” was watched flying overhead F-9 stop with a thundering sound while moves of the aerobatics group of Turkish Air Force left the onlookers enchanted. The following occasion was a fantastic aerobatics show of Saudi Hawks aerobatics group of the Royal Saudi Air Force.
The blue skies of Islamabad were loaded with hues as this acclaimed aerobatic group showed eye-getting drills. The onlookers completely delighted in the amazing moves of the air ship and valued the spetacle by applauding and droning trademarks.
After the exciting execution of Saudi Hawks, the indigenous JF-17 Thunder flying machine entered the field took after by the Augusta helicopters which played out a performance aerobatics show.
The show was adjusted off with the Tri-Services free fall show in which the Commandos from the Special Services Wings bounced from a C-130 air ship flying at tallness of 10,000 feet, securely arriving at the assigned spots.
Another airshow was held at Sea View Karachi with Chief Minister Sindh Murad Ali Shah as the main visitor. F-16, P-3C Orion, Z-9, Alouette-III and Sea King helicopters introduced the fly past at the scene. A while later JF-17 Thunder and PAF aerobatics group Sherdil exhibited an entrancing elevated show.