The forthcoming Aero India 2011 has lead to many of Bangalore’s main hotels being fully booked out.

The forthcoming Aero India 2011 has lead to many of Bangalore’s main hotels being fully booked out.

Starting in February 9th, the event is a major international aerospace and defence exhibition that attracts visitors from around the world.

According to the Times of India, the ITC Gardenia, The Leela Palace Kempinski, Vivanta by Taj, The Oberoi and The Taj West End have all been fully booked by visitors for the duration of the exhibition.

In total, those taking flights to India and visitors from within India could rent out around 1,500 rooms over the four days that the event is being held.

A hotel industry observer told the newspapers: “Guests are mostly from companies and would be in the know of the Aero India dates well in advance. Many have booked rooms a year ago.”

Aero India is organised by Indian ministry of defence and the Confederation of Indian Industry and will be held at the Air Force Station Yelahanka, Bengaluru.

Written by Ruth Norris.

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