At Airbus, we believe in a decarbonised, connected and autonomous future for aerospace. We collaborate with our innovation ecosystem and leverage our digitised operations to imagine future concepts that will bring this vision to reality.


Low-carbon aviation

Introducing new technology to aerospace

Our demonstrators


Towards the world’s first hydrogen-powered commercial aircraft

CityAirbus NextGen

CityAirbus NextGen

Our four-seat eVTOL demonstrator

Autonomous Connected

Autonomous & Connected

Towards safer, more efficient & interoperable flight

Discover how Airbus’ autonomous and connected technologies are leading the way towards safer, more efficient and interoperable flight.

Industry 4.0 A

Industry 4.0

A future-focused, intelligent and digital industrial ecosystem


Disruptive concepts

A fresh approach to aircraft design & materials

Innovation Ecosystem A

Innovation ecosystem

Leveraging collective intelligence to deliver results

Airbus partners with the outside world to translate innovative ideas into aerospace breakthroughs. Discover our open and agile approach to innovation.


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Latest news

How Airbus uses generative artificial intelligence to reinvent itself
At Airbus, from manufacturing to customer service, generative artificial intelligence (GenAI) offers many opportunities to improve how we operate.
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AURA AERO and Airbus Protect join forces for certification of future regional hybrid electric aircraft
AURA AERO and Airbus Protect signed a cooperation agreement in view of the certification of ERA, the next regional transport 19-seater hybrid-electric aircraft developed by AURA AERO.
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Airbus takes superconductivity research for hydrogen-powered aircraft a step further
Airbus UpNext, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Airbus, has launched a new technological demonstrator to accelerate the maturation of superconducting technologies for use in electric propulsion systems of a future hydrogen-powered aircraft.
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