The crowd was eager to have a first hand experience offlying displays from top-notch aerobatic teams like ''SuryaKiran'', ''Sarang'' and ''Red Bull''.
The breathtaking flying sorties drew thunderous applausefrom the gathering.
According to preliminary estimates from authorities, thefourth-day of the Aero Show today attracted at least 50,000people and the numbers could swell on the last day tomorrow.
The visitors were vying for a vantage spot to witness thetake-offs and pilots manoeuvring the jets.
The crowd was treated to a dazzling display from mediummulti-role combat aircraft team of Lockheed Martin''s F-16,Boeings Super Hornet F/A-18, Gripen of Saab and Rafale ofFrench Dassault and Thphoon of Eurofighter.
It was an additional attraction for some visitors whenIndian cricket captain M S Dhoni was sighted at the venue.
Dhoni, whose aspirations to fly F-16 fighter aircraftcould not be realised as he had not undergone requisitetraining to fly, however, watched the air display.