An abudance of warbirds decorating important centers of the government can be seen in Delhi. Besides the Indian Air Force Museum at Palam, which at latest count hosts nearly 34 warbirds of different era, retired aircraft can be seen at government organisations like the WAC HQ at Subroto Park, Air HQ at Vayu Bhavan, DG NCC Office and a good number of schools.
Delhi has Safdarjung Airfield which is a civilian airfield that houses the Delhi Flying Club, Palam Airfield which houses both the International Airport as well as the Indian Air Force Station. Outside Delhi enroute to Meerut is the Airbase of Hindon, which houses some strike aircraft like the MiG-27M. Hindon has a Sukhoi-7 airframe displayed within the airbase. This was an Ex-32 Squadron machine which was taken on charge when 32 Sqn converted to the MiG-21
Another Hunter that can be seen on public display is the Hunter A-1012 on display at the office of the Director General of the National Cadet Corps. The DG NCC Office is located in R K Puram. It is on the road across the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Bhikaji Cama Place. The Hunter appears to be painted in the standard all grey scheme.
|Iskra W1745 can be seen pole mounted at the Shaheed Smarak - War memorial park in NOIDA - Sector 29. The aircraft sports an incorrect roundel on the nose as well as an all silver colour scheme. Google Maps Link|
|Aircraft Type||Serial No||Remarks|
|Sukhoi - 7||B-747||AFS Hindon , Outside Delhi|
|Sukhoi - 7||B-909||Army Public School, Delhi|
|Hawker Hunter T 66||S-574||Reported but not confirmed.|
|Hawker Hunter F 56||BA-241||Modern School, Delhi|
|Hawker Hunter F 56a||A-1012||Near Bhikaji Cama Place DGNCC Office|
|De Havilland DH 85 Leopardmoth||VT-AKH||Aero Club of India, Safdarjung|
|Dassault Mystere IVa||IA-1009||Near Old Bus Stand, Delhi.|