We are the voice of the German aerospace industry! We represent all industry segments and company sizes from engineering service providers to medium-sized suppliers to international system manufacturers.


  • Some of the energy from wind turbines can be used to produce the raw material CO2
    of the week
    The goal is clear: by 2050, aviation wants to fly climate-neutral. To achieve this, the industry is working intensively on disruptive innovations.
    Innovation of the week
    Synthetic fuels will make a significant contribution – for example, from CO2 as a raw material. The Hamburg-based company Spitzner Engineers is currently developing a new technology to deploy wind turbines not only to generate renewable electricity but at the same time to collect carbon dioxide from the air and use it, for example, to produce fuels.
  • ILA Berlin 2020 will not be taking place due to the rapid spread of the coronavirus.

About BDLI

The German Aerospace Industries Association (BDLI) is the primary representative of the aerospace sector in Germany. As the voice of German aerospace, BDLI engages in dialogue with political institutions, authorities, trade associations and governments at home and abroad.