Second-highest number of exhibitors in the 105-year history of the ILA
300 aircraft, ranging from classic flying machines to demonstrators of new technology
Federal Chancellor Merkel to open ILA 2014 on 20 May
Berlin, 19 May 2014 – Ultra-modern aircraft, innovative, high-tech products and cutting-edge technology and a wide-ranging programme of events and displays for the experts and the general public: taking place from 20 to 25 May 2014 the ILA is about to record its second-highest exhibitor attendance in the 105-year history of the event. This year’s most important aerospace trade show in mainland Europe will be attended by 1,203 exhibitors from 40 countries, who will be presenting advanced technology and high-tech products from every sector of the aerospace industry. The organisers expect this event to attract over 200,000 trade visitors and members of the general public. Around 300 aircraft of all types and sizes and from every era of aviation history, including classic flying machines and demonstrators of the latest technology, will be on display at the ILA both on the ground and in the air. Around 60 conferences are scheduled to take place at the ILA. The high-ranking delegates at these leading conferences will be discussing strategic market developments and trends. On 20 May Federal Chancellor Angela Merkel will open ILA 2014 during a tour of the show. ILA 2014 is organised jointly by the German Aerospace Industries Association (BDLI) and Messe Berlin GmbH.
Bernhard Gerwert, president of the German Aerospace Industries Association (BDLI): “This year, 25 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, marks the twelfth occasion that the ILA will be showcasing the products and services of the aerospace industries from Germany and around the world in the Berlin/Brandenburg region. The ILA is the platform for the industry to engage with decision-makers and experts representing industry, politics, the military, science and research. The concept of the ILA as a trade fair that covers all aspects of the aerospace industry is tried and tested. The space flight displays in particular are unrivalled. Turkey, this year’s partner country at the ILA, is one of the largest growth markets in the aerospace sector.“
Dr. Christian Göke, CEO, Messe Berlin GmbH: “The ILA ExpoCenter Airport will be able to show off its flexibility and multi-functional qualities. Its ultra-modern infrastructure and nearby rail links (BER Südbahn) are ideal for the ILA and a concept that targets numerous market sectors, as well as for other aviation-related trade fairs. The exhibitors and visitors who will be making use of the ILA as a marketing platform will be able to benefit from the market-oriented displays of this high-tech industry. The ILA and the economic boost it provides will strengthen Berlin/Brandenburg as a venue for business and the economy of the entire region surrounding the capital.“
The ILA grounds at Berlin ExpoCenter Airport cover around 250,000 square metres, of which the halls, chalets and pavilions occupy around 50,000 square metres. The static display area covers 100,000 square metres and 100,000 square metres are reserved for spectators and access routes. ILA 2014 is open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The first three days of the show (20 to 22 May) are reserved exclusively for trade visitors. Over the weekend, when the show will be open to the general public (23 to 25 May), aviation and technology enthusiasts can expect to see attractive flight displays representing more than 100 years of aviation history. 105 years after it was first launched the ILA is the longest-standing and most firmly established air show in the world.
Around 300 aircraft of all types and sizes and from all eras
At the ILA aircraft of every type and size, as well as from all eras will be on display both in the air and on the ground. During the trade visitors’ days these will include two of the latest commercial aircraft, an Airbus A350XWB and a Boeing 747-8, as well as an A400M, Europe’s most modern military transporter. An Airbus A380, the largest passenger airliner in the world, will be on display on every day of the fair, as will an Antonov An-124, the largest production transport aircraft in the world. On 24 May an Airbus Beluga, the transport aircraft boasting the largest hold anywhere in the world, will also be visiting the show. Airbus Group is presenting its all-electric, experimental demonstration aircraft, the two-seater E-Fan, to the German public for the first time.
With the Patrouille Suisse (7 Northrop F-5E Tiger II) and the German debut of the Breitling Jet Team (8 L-39C Albatros), the programme for the public features two internationally renowned teams this year. The organisers of the ILA are expecting several solo demonstrations of a wide range of fighter aircraft, including a MiG-29, an F-16 and the GRIPEN.
As in previous years, numerous aircraft will also be representing the US Air Force. They include a Lockheed Martin C-130 J Hercules transport aircraft, as well as a C-17 Globemaster III, which was christened the ’Spirit of Berlin’ just before ILA 1998 to commemorate the fiftieth anniversary of the Berlin Airlift, a Boeing UH-60L Black Hawk and Boeing Apache AH-64D, both helicopters, and a Lockheed Martin F-16 fighter jet. The highlight of the presentation by the German armed forces, the Bundeswehr, is provided by ‘Willfire 2014’, with a remarkable combination of flying skills. Four Tornados, two Eurofighters, two Tigers, one CH-53, one Transall and the Airbus A310 MRTT tanker will be in the air together for approximately 20 minutes in an impressive display of military cooperation.
The helicopter section includes more than 40 of these aircraft, for the civilian and official tasks of ‘Air Rescue’, ‘Aviation Work’, ‘Border Protection and Police Missions’, and the military tasks of ‘Combat Search and Rescue (CSAR)’ and ‘Marine Helicopters’. From the Airbus range there are the Eurocopter EC 135 T3, EC 145 T2 (in the flying display) and the EC 645 T2, while the German army is represented by the Eurocopter KH-Tiger combat helicopter and NH 90 transport helicopter.
Among the aircraft at the ILA from the research fleet operated by the German Aerospace Centre (DLR) are the Antares DLR H2, the world’s first piloted aircraft powered by fuel cells, and the Falcon 20 E, which is used for atmospheric research. This plane became known as the ‘ash hunter’, since it was the first to measure the ash particle levels in the upper atmosphere during the volcanic eruption of Iceland’s Eyjafjallajökull.
The aerobatics expert Walter Eichhorn, winner of numerous competitions, will be displaying his skills, flying solo in a T6 and in formation with his son Toni (Extra 330 LT).
The Federal Police Force will be using an EC 155 helicopter for airborne rescue demonstrations and the Federal Police anti-terror unit GSG9 will be simulating missions involving parachutes.
Unmanned aircraft for civilian and military use, business and touring aircraft, technology platforms, training and sports aircraft, powered and unpowered gliders, as well as ultralights: ILA 2014 provides a comprehensive range guaranteed to make the heart of any aviation enthusiast beat faster. The exhibits also include some 25 historic aircraft such as the Messerschmitt M 17, the first powered aircraft to be designed by the aviation pioneer Willy Messerschmitt in 1925, which weighed just 198 kilograms; the Me 262 (maiden flight 1942), the first production jet aircraft; the propeller-driven STOL (Short Take-Off and Landing) Fieseler Storch (Stork), so named on account of its long undercarriage, which first flew in 1936; and the Noratlas, making its first appearance at the ILA, a twin-engined military transporter known as the ‘Flying Boxcar’ on account of its compact fuselage, which made its first flight in 1949.
Partner country Turkey with its largest-ever display at the ILA
The Republic of Turkey is the official partner country of ILA 2014. A NATO partner, Turkey has been at the ILA for many years and, in its role as the partner country at this year’s event, will be staging its largest display ever, featuring its capabilities in both the civilian and military fields. In Hall 6 at the ILA the exhibitors, Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI), ROKETSAN, HAVELSAN, TUBITAK – the Research Institute for Space Technology, TURKISH AIRLINES (THY), FIGES Engineering und Defence and Aviation Cluster (OSSA) and the Aerospace Clustering Association, will provide evidence of an impressive industrial capability and the outstanding research and development skills to be found in this sector. High-ranking Turkish delegations representing politics, industry and the military are expected to attend.
Situated where Europe meets Asia, Turkey is an attractive and ambitious market for companies in the aerospace industry. The civil aviation market in Turkey began a period of rapid growth with the liberalisation of the country’s aviation sector in 2002. Annual growth rates of up to 30 per cent have been well above the international rate for aviation of approximately five per cent.
Space flight displays unrivalled anywhere in the world
The space flight displays at the ILA are unrivalled anywhere in the world. This year’s displays in the Space Hall boasts an integrated concept whose slogan is ‘Space all under one roof’, of which the Space Pavilion, the Space Day and a supporting programme of conference events are the main features. ‘Space, all under one Roof’ is a unique discovery world that awaits visitors in Hall 4 and one that provides the right atmosphere for an exchange of views among international space industry experts. Space agencies and research institutions will be showcasing their entire range of activities and expertise on the stands. Visitors can find out about German and European space programmes and about the fascination and benefits of space flight. German and European space industry companies will be exhibiting their entire range of products and services and the European industry’s latest technological innovations will be on show.
The 1,500 square-metre ILA Space Pavilion forms the focal point of the space flight presentation. It has been designed jointly by the European Space Agency (ESA), the German Federal Ministry of Economics and Energy (BMWi), the German Aerospace Centre (DLR) and the companies organised under the project management of the German Aerospace Industries Association (BDLI). ESA will be showcasing its flagship space programmes on a large display at the ILA. An impressive full-size model of the Alphasat telecommunications satellite awaits visitors in the foyer of the Space Pavilion.
At this year’s event the former astronaut and current administrator of NASA, Charles Bolden, will be a guest of the ILA for the first time and on 20 May, the opening day of the ILA, he will present the Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle (MPCV), a groundbreaking transatlantic joint venture. The MPCV is the European service module used by NASA’s Orion spacecraft. The Space Pavilion will be hosting a high-level panel discussion on the forward-looking topic of ’opportunities for global space cooperation’. Taking part will be Charles Bolden, administrator of NASA, Jean-Jacques Dordain, director general of ESA, Johann-Dietrich Wörner, CEO of DLR, and Evert Dudok, vice-president, Space, of BDLI.
Scheduled for 22 May, the 4th ILA SPACE Day will present itself in a new format. Federal Economics and Energy Minister Sigmar Gabriel has agreed to act as patron of the event. The forum entitled ’Commercialisation versus institutional Procurement – the future of launcher business’ is keenly awaited. Taking part will be high-ranking representatives of the European and US launcher industry. In the run-up to the ESA Conference of the Council of Ministers in late 2014 the future of manned space flight and the International Space Station (ISS) will be among the main topics.
At this year’s ILA the displays adjacent to the Space Pavilion hosted by national and international aerospace companies and institutions will be considerably larger in size. In addition to the German space industry the German Aerospace Centre (DLR) will be staging a high-profile display that also gives an opportunity for various international research partners to organise their own presentations.
Among the international participants a number of Russian companies, in particular Roskosmos, are planning large and impressive displays. Among the international space flight agencies, institutions and companies applications are expected from Italian, Chinese, Japanese and Turkish exhibitors in particular. These include Arianespace, Agenzie Spaziale Italiana (ASI), Orbital Engineering Inc., (Japan), Federal Space Agency (Russia), Yuzlny machine-building plant and National Space Facilities Control and Test Center (Ukraine) and CAST Xi’an Institute of Space Radio Technology (People’s Republic of China).
Impressive presentation by the Bundeswehr
As the largest individual exhibitor at ILA 2014 the German armed forces (Bundeswehr) are presenting their capabilities in a wide-ranging display. Germany’s armed forces are using the trade days and the public days at ILA 2014 as a means of showing the Bundeswehr and its deployment as a modern army, and also as an employer. On an open-air area covering more than 10,000 square metres the Bundeswehr is providing the latest details about the armed forces, together with an extensive display of products. These include five fighter aircraft (Eurofighter, Tornados), three other fixed-wing aircraft, nine helicopters, a ground-based air defence system (Patriot), four drones (reconnaissance systems used by the army and the joint support service) and a sick bay module.
With a display area measuring more than 1,000 square metres in the so-called ‘Operations Pavilion’ in Hall 3, the Bundeswehr and military aviation industry are demonstrating how they cooperate successfully to ensure that all Bundeswehr aircraft are fully operational at all times. At the Static Display mobile career information centres and aircrew will be on hand to advise visitors about military and civilian careers in the Bundeswehr. Also among the attractions is a Bundeswehr quiz, offering attractive prizes.
DLR presents advanced research in aviation and space flight
The German Aerospace Centre (DLR) has one of the largest displays by any institution at ILA 2014. With presentations of research aircraft on the flightline, and the latest aerospace research results on a stand measuring some 700 square metres in Hall 4, in the Space Pavilion and at the ILA Career Centre, the DLR is providing details about the work that is being carried out in order to acquire the expertise needed in the future. The A320 ATRA and the EC 135 ACT/FHS can be seen for the entire duration of the ILA. Both of these aircraft are being used to demonstrate the research that is being carried out in the fields of aerodynamics, aviation systems technology and cabins for the fixed- wing aircraft and the helicopters of tomorrow. The ACT/FHS Flying Helicopter Simulator is based on a production model of the Eurocopter EC 135, which has been substantially modified to enable it to be used for research and experimental purposes. The mechanical controls, for example, have been replaced by a fly-by-wire-/fly-by light control system (FBW/FBL). Instead of control rods the commands are now transmitted using electrical cables and fibre optic cables. There are also plans for other research aircraft, which are currently en route to carry out various missions, to stop over in at the ILA in order to present aspects of the research work that is taking place to make the aviation of the future more eco-efficient. The DLR is represented in the Space Pavilion by more than 20 missions and projects from all areas of space flight. The DLR also plans to introduce TORO, a new kind of robot. Whereas other robots are generally designed to move around in a known environment according to planned instructions, the purpose of TORO is to develop other talents, with the ability to act independently, flexibly and safely in new and unknown surroundings.
ILA highlight ‘Alternative Aviation Fuels’
Major advances continue to be made with alternative fuels for use in aviation. At ILA 2014 leading representatives of the bio-fuels industry and the air transport sector are meeting at the Alternative Aviation Fuels Pavilion (AAFP) in Hall 2. New commercial products and developments, innovative joint ventures and the latest technology from all over the world form the main focus of the combined stand organised by aireg – Aviation Initiative for Renewable Energy in Germany. Manufacturers of bio-fuels from the USA, France and Brazil will present market-ready alternatives to fossil kerosene, including Amyris, a new technology that enables sugar cane to be used as a raw material, and Solena, a process being conducted jointly with British Airways in London to obtain kerosene from the city’s refuse. The aireg initiative was established in 2011 through the combined efforts of companies and organisations in industry, research and science. Its aim is to encourage the development and use of alternative, regenerative liquid fuels such as bio-fuels, thereby helping to meet the ambitious aims of reducing the CO2 emissions from aviation.
UAS for military and civilian use
Throughout the world unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) are the aerospace sector that is undergoing the fastest and most vigorous expansion. ILA 2014 is responding to this situation with a special section focusing on UAS and with specialist conferences that will be attended by leading figures in this field. The larger UAS, designed primarily for military deployment, will be displayed on the central ILA Plaza. Turkish Aerospace Industry (TAI) from the partner country of this year’s ILA, Turkey, is exhibiting ANKA, a medium-altitude, long-endurance (MALE) UAS system. Airbus Defence & Space will be presenting its entire range of UAS products at the ILA. Elektroniksystem- und Logistik-GmbH (ESG) is presenting its unmanned mission equipment platform (UMAT), which is already being successfully used to trial UAS and avionics systems. Germany’s armed forces, the Bundeswehr, will be represented on the static display with its UAS systems ALADIN, KZO and LUNA, which have been operating highly effectively for several years.
Attention is also focusing on smaller UAS, mainly for civilian use. A dedicated area in Hall 3 features the latest products, services and research findings from 18 UAS manufacturers, service providers and research institutes. UAS have a wide range of applications, from remote sensing of large and inaccessible areas to reconnaissance and support in the event of disasters, as well as the monitoring of important infrastructures with combined UAS systems, and the broadcasting of sporting events. Demonstration flights during the trade visitors’ days will provide an overview of the range of applications and the capabilities of smaller UAS. The demonstrations will be provided at the most westerly end of the ILA grounds.
ILA provides an ideal marketing platform for the supply industry
On 20 May at 9.15 a.m. the Federal Government’s Coordinator for German Aerospace, Brigitte Zypries, will open the International Suppliers’ Center (ISC) in Hall 1 at ILA 2014. The 330 exhibitors from 27 countries will occupy a total of 6,000 square metres of hall space. The ISC has now established itself as the central marketing platform for the entire supply sector at the ILA Berlin Air Show. It provides a marketplace designed to meet the specific requirements of companies representing every product group in the aerospace sector. Among the exclusive features available to exhibitors at the ISC are the three International Buyers‘ Days, when discussions can take place between clients and major OEMs and first-tier suppliers. Some 75 high-ranking representatives from the purchasing sector and from research and development will be attending the event, who in the run-up to the show have already made over 1,000 appointments with exhibitors at the ISC. ILA 2014 is due to take place at Berlin ExpoCenter Airport from 20 to 25 May. The ISC, in Hall 1, will be open exclusively during the three trade visitors’ days, from 20 to 22 May.
High-tech products and the latest technology will be among the exhibits at the ISC. For example, SLM Solutions, one of the leading providers of metal-based additive manufacturing systems (also referred to as 3D printing), will be exhibiting its selective laser melting technology for the first time (Hall 1, Stand 1806). The presentations will feature the latest developments and applications of additive manufacturing technology for the aerospace market. A new element that is also making its debut this year is the special show entitled ’Innovative Precision Parts Manufacturing’ (Hall 1, Stand 1908). Eight members of the Machining Innovation Network (MIN), based in Varel, Lower Saxony, will be in Hall 1 to demonstrate how a stable, cost efficient and high quality metal process can be successfully put into practice. For the first time two machine tools can be seen in action cutting complex aircraft components.
Supporting programme features outstanding conferences
The conference programme at the ILA reflects the dynamic developments within the industry. Among the new features this year are the various high-level conferences and outstanding participants as well as leading congresses, which will be focusing on strategically important market developments and trends. They include the 2nd aireg International Biofuel Conference on 19 May, the Airbus Ministers’ Conference on 25 May, the 6th European Air Transport Congress and the ILA Space Day on 22 May. Other conferences will focus on aspects such as the recycling of aircraft (Closing the Life Cycle Gap: the Future of Aircraft Recycling in Germany, on 20 May). How can new materials be used to reduce weight in aircraft construction, with the aim of achieving better fuel economy and lower CO² emissions? The conference entitled Plastics in Aviation – Innovative Materials in Aviation and the Space Industry will investigate these questions on 21 May. The ILA conference programme also features the topics of ’Remotely controlled aircraft: challenges for the future’ on 22 May and additional forms of financing for SMEs (’Driving Growth through Equity: Opportunities and Challenges in the Aviation & Aerospace Industry’) on 22 May.
The full list of conferences at the ILA, sorted by individual display sections and including full details of events, can be found on the ILA website (www.ila-berlin.com/ila2014/konferenzen2014/ub_conf_e.cfm).
Germany’s largest job market for the aerospace sector
Aviation and space flight is a high-tech industry employing highly qualified specialists, engineers and scientists. The search for suitable new employees, together with their training and advanced training, form an important aspect in the efforts to equip this innovative, worldwide industrial sector to face the future and maintain its competitiveness. It is against this background that ILA 2014 invites all interested pupils, students, graduates and young professionals to visit the ILA Career Centre in Hall 5. For two days at the ILA (Friday, 23 and Saturday, 24 May) civilian and military aerospace employers will be providing details about some of the attractive careers and the many employment opportunities offered by this advanced technology. The ILA Career Centre is the largest job centre for the aviation and space industry in Germany. Following intense demand in recent years this successful section, with its exhibition stands, conferences, papers, panel discussions and workshops, is now taking place for the fourth time.
ILA at the weekend, something for all the family
No other event can match the ILA for the opportunities it provides visitors to take a close look at many fascinating aspects of aviation and space flight. During the trade visitors’ days there will be a restricted programme of flying displays, but on the weekend, when the event is open to the public, visitors will be able to watch aircraft of all types and sizes and from many eras in aviation history being flown for over six hours every day. However, some of the 300 aircraft can only be seen during the trade visitors’ days, and the organisers of the ILA recommend checking the ILA website at www.ila-berlin.com to obtain the latest information about each day’s programme.
On the days when the show is open to the public display teams such as Patrouille Suisse and the Breitling Jet Team will be entertaining spectators. Among the giants of the skies being shown on these days are an Airbus A380, an airliner which can carry up to 800 passengers, and an Antonov An-124, the largest production transport aircraft in the world. On 24 May an Airbus Beluga, the transport aircraft boasting the largest hold anywhere in the world, is expected to arrive at the ILA. Under the heading of ‘Willfire’ the German armed forces (Bundeswehr) will be giving a demonstration of their flying skills. Solo flights by three fighter jets, demonstrations by aerobatics experts, flights by classic flying machines that wrote aviation history, training and sports aircraft, powered and unpowered gliders and ultralights: these are the displays visitors can marvel at in the skies over Schönefeld. Also featured will be a spectacular performance by a female wingwalker that will be taking place on the wings of a biplane. On the ground aircraft of all types and sizes will be lined up on the static display area, which covers 100,000 square metres.
Insights into what goes on inside various types of aircraft, possibilities for meeting with astronauts and pilots from a number of countries, and the opportunity to take the joystick in a flight simulator are just some of the fascinating aspects of the world of aviation and space flight that are available to visitors to this event.
And for those who want to actually get off the ground: Air Service Berlin is offering helicopter flights from the ILA, with breathtaking views of the Berlin skyline. These flights last around ten minutes, including engine start-up and shut-down. Tickets for these sightseeing flights can be obtained at the Heli-GAT at the Air Show at a cost of 60 euros per person. Flights can also be booked in advance, along with admission tickets for the ILA, by calling the service hotline on +49 30 6091 3743 (trade visitors’ days 90 €, public days 80 €).
Nor have the very youngest visitors to the ILA been forgotten. At the Kids’ Corner in Hall 1 trained staff from Kinderwelt GmbH are on hand to assist children with activities such as painting, arts and crafts, making badges, or playing in the ball pool or on the bouncy castle. On 24 and 25 May the national police force will be contributing to the children’s programme with a game called ‘Hot Line’. They will also be providing police pedal cars and offering a chance for children to make their own fingerprint passports. In the adjoining Games Corner (also in Hall 1) young and old alike can test their skills with a remotely controlled helicopter or with a Boeing 737-700 flight simulator. The18-piece Big Band of the Berlin Police Orchestra will be providing musical entertainment.
All the main details for visitors at a glance
ILA 2014 is open daily between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. from 20 to 25 May. During the first three days (20 – 22 May) admission is restricted to trade visitors only. During the trade visitors’ days a day ticket costs 55 euros and unlimited admission tickets are available at a cost of 135 euros. Purchasers of unlimited admission tickets also receive a service package and a catalogue. The minimum age for obtaining trade visitors’ tickets is 18.
When the ILA is open to the public (Friday, 23 May to Sunday, 25 May) day tickets, including use of the shuttle buses to the ILA grounds, cost 22 euros, reduced rate tickets for school pupils and students cost 14 euros, and children under the age of 6 are admitted free of charge. Visitors can also use the shuttle bus services even if they do not purchase their admission tickets until they reach the ILA grounds. There is no need to stand in line for tickets to ILA 2014: they can also be ordered and printed out online from the ticket shop at www.ila-berlin.com.
Free shuttle buses will operate from Schönefeld mainline station and the U-Bahn station at Rudow, and during the public days from Schichauweg S-Bahn station too, directly to the main entrances of the ILA grounds. In addition, during the trade visitors’ days, shuttle buses will run between the Berlin-Schönefeld airport terminal and the ILA grounds. All shuttle services are available to visitors even before they purchase tickets to the ILA. The only shuttle buses serving the ILA for which a fare is payable are those operating to and from Tegel Airport and Schönhagen airfield (10 € per journey). For drivers the visitors’ car park P1 has a capacity of 10,000 cars (located a short distance on foot from the ILA grounds). In addition, during the days when the Air Show is open to the public, the car park P3 with room for 6,000 cars, is available. It can be reached from the A113, A117 and B96a and is connected to the ILA grounds by a free shuttle bus.
Although the ILA transport concept for the new venue was introduced in 2012, and enabled drivers to successfully avoid the congestion, the organisers still recommend using public transport, which offers direct connections to the shuttle buses. More details are available under ‘Travel options’ on the ILA website.
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