The place to be for the Aerospace Industry
+++ ILA 2020 cancelled +++
ILA Berlin 2020 will not be taking place. This was agreed upon by the German Aerospace Industries Association (BDLI), the organisers of the ILA, and Messe Berlin GmbH following an extraordinary meeting of the supervisory board of Messe Berlin GmbH. The ILA had been scheduled to take place from 13 to 17 May 2020 at Berlin ExpoCenter Airport.
More information: https://www.bdli.de/en/publications/ila-2020-cancelled
TALK SHOP WITH COLLEAGUES
Nowadays, the aerospace industry is truly developing at breakneck speed. If you want to keep up with the new technologies – like 3D-printing, sustainable aviation and industry 4.0 – then you need to meet the right people with the right know-how. ILA Berlin offers the perfect stage for these discussions – here, trade issues are in focus more than at any other event.
DISCUSS THE FUTURE
How will drones be regulated in the future? How can we achieve zero-emission aviation? And when will it be possible to mine raw materials in space? The top experts on these issues come to Berlin to join discussions with key policymakers, industry experts and researchers. Join the discussion.
CREATE NEW BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
At ILA Berlin, over 1,000 exhibitors showcase their expertise – from civil aviation to defense, security and space, and from major corporations to highly specialized suppliers. At ILA Berlin, you can make new contacts for tomorrow’s business opportunities. With matchmaking and speed-dating events specially tailored for suppliers, you are sure to create your own packed, exciting conference agenda.
FIND THE EMPLOYEES OF TOMORROW
Our industry is growing. That means the demand for qualified workers is steadily increasing. Take advantage of the ILA CareerCenter to entice the next generation of employees. Get young people and recent graduates excited about your company.
ILA Berlin focuses on aerospace innovations in five categories: Aviation, Space, Defense & Security, Supplier and Special Features.
Find out more on the ILA homepage.