ILA Berlin Air Show brings together today’s experts – to discuss issues from green aviation and new space, to material research to industry 4.0. Manufacturers from around the globe present their latest innovations at the ExpoCenter Airport in Schönefeld. Political delegations learn about technologies of tomorrow; programs for economic development select projects to strategically promote. Representatives from research institutions make new industry contacts.
About 150.000 people attended ILA in 2016. Partner country in 2018 is France.
Research aircraft, uncrewed flight, experiments for the Space Station and an Antarctic greenhouse
20 April 2018 | The German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt; DLR) will present its latest projects and research results at the ILA Berlin Air Show from 25 to 29 April 2018. Again one of the largest institutional exhibitors in 2018, DLR will provide fascinating insights into its current research on an approximately 700-square-metre stand in Hall 4, in the Space Pavilion, on the stand of the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) in Hall 2, and at the ILA CareerCenter in Hall 1. DLR will also use the outdoor area at ILA to showcase a large part of its research fleet – with various helicopters and aircraft – including its largest fleet member, the A320 ATRA, as well as a variety of experimental aircraft for uncrewed flight.
The German Aerospace Center (DLR) is contributing to ILA with exhibits at its 700 square metres stand in hall 4 (stand number 301), designed to tackle social challenges like sustainability, digitalisation, mobility, security, climate protection and innovation.
In collaboration with the European Space Agency ESA and the German Aerospace Industries Association, DLR Space Administration presents innovations made by German companies inside the Space Pavilion and on the stand of the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi). Moreover, several aircraft of DLR´s research fleet will be on display. Participating in the ILA Career Center, DLR recruiting staff shows a way to successfully apply for jobs at DLR.
Politikbeziehungen: Nina-Louisa Remuß