At the first major European air show since 2019, Airbus will showcase a full range of aircraft, including the BelugaXL.
Visitors can explore the A350-900 MSN 2 (Airspace Explorer) and the BelugaXL large freight transporter. They can also see the C295 multirole tactical air transporter, a scale replica of Europe’s first large military drone, the Eurodrone, as well as the Heron TP, Aliaca and DT25 UAS, and a UAS ground control station. The static exhibit will also feature helicopters such as the H145M and H225, as well as drones such as the Luna NG or DT25, used in recent demonstrations by both manned and unmanned teams.
Airbus military aircraft will also be seen in action with the German Air Force, both on the ground (Eurofighter and A400M) and in the air (Eurofighter, A400M, A330 MRTT and Tornado).
At the main Airbus stand in Hall 4, the company will showcase its current work on sustainable aviation.
In the space hall (Hall 6), Airbus will have its own stand to present its space systems: the Orion ESM (European Service Module), the Cis-Lunar Transfer Vehicle (CLTV), the Large Logistics Lander (EL3), the Eurostar Neo satellites, HRWS NG and a wide range of other space products.