Airbus pioneers sustainable aerospace for a safe and and united world at ILA Berlin Air Show

At the first major European airshow since 2019, Airbus presented a wide range of its cutting-edge products and services, demonstrating how it pioneers sustainable aerospace for a safe and united world.

Static and flight displays

On the static display, some of Airbus’ state-of-the-art aircraft, unmanned aerial systems (UAS) and helicopters took centre stage: Visitors were able to explore the A350-900 MSN 2 (Airspace Explorer) and the oversize cargo transporter BelugaXL. They also got to see the multi-role tactical airlifter C295, a full-scale replica of Europe’s first large-scale military drone Eurodrone as well as Heron TP, Aliaca and DT25 UAS and a UAS ground control station. The static display also featured state-of-the-art helicopters such as the H145M, H225, an NH90 replica and drones such as Luna NG or DT25  that were used in recent manned-unmanned teaming demonstrations.

Airbus military aircraft was also in action on the German Luftwaffe display, both on ground (Eurofighter and A400M) and in the air (Eurofighter, A400M, A330 MRTT and Tornado).


On the Airbus main stand in hall 4, visitors could experienced how the company pioneers sustainable aerospace for a safe and united world. This commitment was brought to life through a variety of assets such as video screens and large-scale models: ZEROe, CityAirbus NextGen, CS C295 FTB 2, A321XLR, Eurofighter and Remote Carriers, A400M, Eurodrone, H160M, H225M, H145M as well as Eurostar Neo and OneWeb satellites.

In the space hall (hall 6), Airbus also presented its cutting-edge space systems on a dedicated stand: the Orion ESM (European Service Module), the Cis-Lunar Transfer Vehicle (CLTV), the Large Logistics Lander (EL3), Eurostar Neo satellites, HRWS NG and a wide range of other space products.

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