ILA Berlin
Pioneering Aerospace
22 - 26 June 2022

ILA 2022 – new hybrid concept

From Wednesday, June 22 to Sunday, June 26, 2022, ILA will start with a new hybrid concept at BER Airport.

With a focus on innovation, technology and sustainability, ILA covers the entire spectrum of the aerospace industry with the Aviation, Space, Defence & Support and Supplier sections. The new ILA is aimed at the trade audience and will be the meeting place for the international industry, politics, armed forces, research and science.

Prices for booth rentals and aircraft exhibition can be found here.

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AVIATION

AVIATION IS A HIGH-TECH INDUSTRY LIKE NO OTHER. AT ILA BERLIN, THE INDUSTRY SHOWS WHAT IT’S GOT.

What materials will be used to manufacture aircraft in 20 years? What will production and the logistics chain look like tomorrow? And when will the first electric mid-range aircraft be ready for takeoff? At ILA Berlin, our focus is the future.

Space

SPACE

SPACE: IT’S ALL AROUND US AT ILA BERLIN. LIKE NO OTHER EXHIBITION.

Space is about investing in our future. In today’s digitized world, space offers a growing international market with networks that go beyond borders. That’s why international contacts are more important than ever before. ILA Berlin brings together the global space community.

Defense

DEFENCE & SUPPORT

DEFENCE NEEDS A STRONG INDUSTRY BEHIND IT. AT ILA BERLIN, THE SECTOR SHOWS WHAT IT’S MADE OF.

Cybercrime, asymmetrical warfare, terrorism – policymakers are continually confronted with new threats. At ILA Berlin, the defense industry and military show how they protect countries.

Supplier

SUPPLIER

ILA BERLIN IS AN INTERACTIVE BUSINESS PLATFORM FOR SUPPLIERS.

Suppliers are the bedrock of the aerospace industry. Connect with customers and partners, and set up meetings for the next big deal.

UAS

Advanced Mobility

UNMANNED SYSTEMS: HOW DRONES CAN IMPROVE OUR LIVES

The vertical take-off industry is taking off, and the future of the third dimension of mobility is becoming a reality: unmanned aerial systems and eVTOLs are revolutionizing air traffic. But where do we stand on the introduction of an airspace for drones? What hurdles still exist on the way to so-called air cabs in European cities? How can abusive drones be effectively detected and averted? And how can the new mobility services be made sustainable?

UPGREAT

THE FIRST ILA BERLIN-BAGCOLLECTION

New: the first ILA Berlin-Bagcollection UPGREAT 2019

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