Flying is one of the greatest achievements of mankind. Never before have more people been able to live the dream of flying. However, this also increases emissions. For years, the aerospace industry has been researching and developing new technologies to make air travel more sustainable, quieter and even safer. Because it is clear that only sustainable aviation will ensure mobility and climate protection in the long term and thus retain the "license to operate".
Green flying is the future, and it has already begun. The next generation of aircraft may already be climate neutral. How the take-off to zero emissions will be achieved in concrete terms will be demonstrated at the ILA. There is no contradiction between economic success and clean flying − on the contrary, aircraft, engines, systems and equipment that are quieter, safer, cleaner and more comfortable than their predecessors are enjoying success on the global market. At ILA Berlin, you will encounter the future of flying today:
50% Reduction of net emissions by 2050
The aviation industry has pledged to achieve climate-neutral growth from 2020 and reduce net emissions by half by 2050, while significantly increasing traffic volumes. The international community of nations has agreed on this goal within the framework of the UN aviation organization ICAO. Our long-term goal is climate-neutral flying.
This can only be achieved if aircraft and engine manufacturers and airlines, aviation supply companies and startups, politicians and aviation authorities, and climate and noise researchers all join forces. For all of them, ILA Berlin is the place to be.