The aircraft landed safely but with their wings damaged. "Flying Bulls" from the Czech Republic were in middle of their stunt when this accident took place. No injuries have been reported so far.
    
The team had also performed in earlier editions of the Aero India in 2011 and 2013.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi flagged off the 10th edition of Aero India 2015, a five-day trade expo, at the Yelahanka base of the Indian Air Force (IAF), 20 km from the city.

Modi and about 1,000 invitees were treated to thrilling aerial feats by different types of aircraft, including the homegrown Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) Tejas, Sukhoi-30, Mirage-2000, Jaguar and the Advance Jet Trainer (AJT) Hawk on Wednesday.

Defence Ministers or officials of equivalent ranks of six countries – US, Russia, Israel and Germany are participating in the event.

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