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FOR THE EDITORIAL PURPOSES ABOUT ILA BERLIN 2018
Marketing & Werbung, Danisch
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Marketing & Werbung, Strebl-Schneider
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Marketing & Werbung, Strebl-Schneider
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Marketing & Werbung, Dithmer
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Marketing & Werbung, Dithmer
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Marketing & Werbung, ISC Quickfinder
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Marketing & Werbung, ILA Quickfinder
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Marketing & Werbung, In den Hallen, neu
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Marketing & Werbung, Eintrittskarte
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Marketing & Werbung, In den Hallen
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Marketing & Werbung, ISC
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Marketing & Werbung, Konferenzen
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2012

Tour with Thomas de Maiziére, federal minister of defense

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2012

Opening tour with Dr. Angela Merkel, German Chancellor

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2014

Opening tour with Dr. Angela Merkel, German Chancellor

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2014

Berlin Air Show, Berlin ExpoCenter Airport

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2014

Berlin Air Show, Berlin ExpoCenter Airport

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2014

MiG 29 - Polish Air Force

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2012

A400M

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2012

Airbus A300, DLR

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2010

the star ensemble of the partner country Switzerland presents the Northrop F-5E Tiger II

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2010

Passenger and Transport Aircraft - world premiere A400M: the new military transport aircraft, which made its first appearance at this event and could also be seen in flight

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2010

Special Aircraft and Technology Demonstrator - the DLR-H2 Antares, the world’s first manned aircraft that uses a fuel cell system to eliminate all CO2 emissions

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2010

Space for Earth - the humanoid service robot SpaceJustin from DLR welcomes Chancellor Dr. Angela Merkel

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2010

The biggest single order in history of the civil aviation - Emirates ordered 32 aircrafts of Airbus A380 at a total list price of some 11.5 billion dollars; (l.t.r.) John Leahy, Chief Operating Officer Customers, Airbus; Tim Clark, President of Emirates Airline; Dr. Angela Merkel, Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany; Rainer Brüderle, Federal Minister of Economics and Technology; Dr. Peter Ramsauer, Federal Minister of Transport, Building and Urban Affairs; Louis Gallois, CEO, EADS; Sheik Ahmed bin Saeed Al-Maktoum, CEO and Chairman Emirates Airline and Dr. Thomas Enders, President of the German Aerospace Industries Association (BDLI)

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2010

Fascination aviation: 235.000 visitors watched the spectacular flying display

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2008

A popular highlight of the ILA Berlin Air Show since 2002: a formation flight by 6 aircraft of the Swiss air force’s Patrouille Suisse. The aircraft it uses is the F-5E “Tiger II”.

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2008

US airlift veteran Gail Halvorsen visits the ILA Berlin Air Show

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2008

The pilots of the Indian Hal Dhruv helicopter formation. India is the partner country of the ILA Berlin Air Show.

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2008

India is the partner country of the ILA Berlin Air Show. It is presenting the Hal Dhruv helicopter from Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd.

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2008

During the show commemorating the “60th Anniversary of the Berlin Airlift” the German Chancellor Dr. Angela Merkel meets with a US veteran of the airlift, Gail Halvorsen.

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2008

Aerial view of Display 1 at the ILA Berlin Air Show on the southern section of Berlin-Schönefeld Airport

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2006

The undisputed star of the ILA Berlin Air Show is the Airbus A380, which can be seen during the daily programme of flying displays

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2006

Painted in Russia’s national colours the Beriev Be-200 demonstrates a disaster relief exercise at the ILA Berlin Air Show. When used to fight fires the Be-200 can carry 12,000 litres of water in 8 tanks located under the cabin floor

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2006

During the ILA Berlin Air Show the MiG-29 OVT gave its first demonstration outside Russia. Its three-dimensional vectored thrust gives astonishing manoeuvrability.

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2006

The undisputed star of the ILA Berlin Air Show is the Airbus A380, which can be seen during the daily programme of flying displays

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2006

Impressive comparison of sizes at Display 1 at the ILA Berlin Air Show

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2004

The enhanced quality of the ILA Berlin Air Show is underlined by the total of some 60 accompanying conferences, including such leading political events as the “2nd International Parliamentarians’ Day”.

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2004

Historic aircraft such as the Fokker DRI “Red Baron” are always a popular feature of the programme of flying displays at the ILA Berlin Air Show.

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2004

The Austrian aviation pioneer Igo Etrich developed the Etrich II Taube(Dove), which came into commercial use in 1910.

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2004

Federal Chancellor Gerhard Schröder and Matthias Platzeck, Prime Minister of the Land Brandenburg, open the ILA Berlin Air Show on the southern section of Berlin-Schönefeld Airport

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2004

Together they represent almost 150 years of aviation history at the ILA Berlin Air Show: a Junkers Ju 52, which first came into service in 1932, and a Douglas DC-3, introduced commercially in 1935, on the apron of the southern section of Berlin-Schönefeld

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2004

The model of an Ariane 5 launcher can be seen in the Space Hall at the ILA Berlin Air Show.

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2004

The Conference of Airbus Ministers is now a regular feature of the ILA Berlin Air Show and provides a meeting place for economics and transport ministers from the four countries participating in the Airbus project.

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2004

View of Display 1 at the Berlin Air Show (ILA): the Airbus family with the A318, A340-600 and “Beluga”.

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2002

Impressing many visitors to the Berlin Air Show (ILA), the Airbus A 300-600 ST “Beluga”, an oversize transport aircraft which is used to ferry loads between different Airbus assembly locations.

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2002

One of the main attractions for the public at the Berlin Air Show (ILA) is the family of Airbus aircraft, with the A318, A340-600 and “Beluga”.

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2002

The accident involving the test pilot Alexander S. Vyatkin, who suffered a fatal crash during an acceptance flight before the ILA´94, leaving his family unprovided for, led to the establishment of the Mayday Foundation.

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2002

The unmanned Phoenix space glider, made by Astrium, is on show to the public for the first time. his model can be seen in the Space Hall at the Berlin Air Show (ILA).

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2002

Federal Chancellor Gerhard Schröder opens the Berlin Air Show (ILA) on the southern section of Schönefeld Airport.

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2000

Making an impressive appearance at the Berlin Air Show (ILA), the Airbus A 300-600 ST “Beluga”, an oversize transport aircraft which is used to ferry loads between different Airbus assembly locations

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2000

The Space Hall has been a major attraction for the public for many years at the Berlin Air Show (ILA).

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2000

Their Alpha Jets Patrouille de France, the official aerobatics team of the French air force, delight spectators with their displays at the Berlin Air Show (ILA).

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2000

 The Lockheed F-117 Nighthawk stealth fighter can be seen at the Berlin Air Show (ILA) in Berlin-Schönefeld for the first time.

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2000

The military area of the southern section of the Berlin Air Show (ILA): in the foreground a Transall C-160 of the German armed forces, with an air force Boeing C-17A Globemaster III in the background.

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2000

A Tupolev Tu-154M, 2 F-16 D Block 30B of the Turkish air force and the Airbus A 300-600 ST Beluga attract keen interest during the displays at the Berlin Air Show (ILA).

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1998

ILA in space - The MIR crew hold up an ILA flag. Some of the crew members are visiting the Berlin Air Show (ILA) in Berlin-Schönefeld.

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1998

825 exhibitors from 32 countries are represented at the Berlin Air Show (ILA). For the first time all the leading American aerospace companies are represented at Berlin-Schönefeld.

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1998

The parachutists from the Royal Air Force provide an exciting highlight during the Berlin Air Show (ILA) in Berlin-Schönefeld.

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1998

Marking the 50th anniversary of the Berlin Airlift, chiefs of staff of the world’s air forces meet during the Berlin Air Show (ILA) in front of a Douglas C-54 Skymaster (“candy bomber”).

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1998

Six decades of passenger and transport aircraft can be seen on the display area and airfield during the Berlin Air Show (ILA) in Berlin-Schönefeld.

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1998

Federal President Roman Herzog opens the Berlin Air Show (ILA) on the southern section of Schönefeld Airport. He acknowledges Europe’s largest aerospace trade show as a "bridge between West and East".

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1998

During the Berlin Air Show (ILA): Matthias Wissmann, (centre), Federal Minister of Transport, meets representatives of the Star Alliance, the BDLI and veterans of the Berlin Airlift in front of a Douglas C-54 Skymaster.

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1998

Astronauts’ breakfast at the Berlin Air Show (ILA) with Thomas Reiter, astronaut with the European Space Agency (ESA).

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1996

Eurocopter is among the exhibitors at the Berlin Air Show (ILA) in Berlin-Schönefeld, with the Tiger (foreground) and the multi-role NH 90 helicopter (background), making its first appearance at a trade show

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1996

The Airbus A319 makes its first appearance at any trade show during the Berlin Air Show (ILA). It is part of the so-called A320 family built by Airbus and is one of the successors to the Airbus A310 and Airbus A321.

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1996

View of the BDLI pavilion and the ILA tower during the Berlin Air Show (ILA) at Berlin-Schönefeld Airport.

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1996

Meet the pilots: Lieutenant Colonel Markus Neitzel, Phantom II F-45F; Thomas Gehrmann, Tornado (navy version); Major Berti Hofbeck, Phantom II F-4F; Roman Taskaev, MiG-AT, Chief Test Pilot Mikoyan Design Bureau; Pavel Vlassov, MiG 29. (l. to r.)

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1996

The programme of displays at the Berlin Air Show (ILA) always includes parachute jumps, a firm favourite with the public

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1996

 Berlin Air Show (ILA): the Otto Lilienthal exhibition in Hall D.

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1996

The Eurocopter Tiger, the latest generation German-French combat helicopter, is one of the exhibits at the Berlin Air Show (ILA).

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1996

Matthias Wissmann, Federal Minister of Transport, visiting the BMW/Rolls Royce stand at the Berlin Air Show (ILA)

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1996

Also on show at the Berlin Air Show (ILA): a single-engined Extra EA 400 passenger and business aircraft of shoulder-wing design. It has a T-shaped tail unit.

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1996

The Mikoyan-Gurevitch MiG-AT, a Russian training aircraft, and the Ilyushin IL-76 (NATO code name: “Candid”), a large Russian transport aircraft, at the Berlin Air Show in Berlin-Schönefeld.

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1996

High ranking air force representatives meet for the 3rd time at the Berlin Air Show (ILA).

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1994

The Berlin Air Show (ILA) on the southern section of Berlin-Schönefeld Airport is well attended.

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1994

Federal Minister for Economics Günter Rexrodt (FDP) opens the Berlin Air Show (ILA) from the Space Hall .

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1994

In Front the Douglas DC-3, in the background the new Lufthansa-Airbus A 321 at the Static Display of the Berlin Air Show (ILA).

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1994

The Berlin Air Show (ILA) is well attended. In the background the Ilyushin Il-76

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1994

Air force chiefs from Eastern and Western Europe examine an E-3A AWACS aircraft in service with NATO, which is on show at the Berlin Air Show (ILA).

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1992

Attendance exceeded 281,000 at the Berlin Air Show ILA on the southern section of Berlin-Schönefeld Airport. This event is now back in Berlin after 64 years. 250 aircraft from 23 countries are on display.

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1992

After 64 years the Berlin Air Show (ILA) returns to Berlin with a new concept. The BDLI and Messe Berlin bring the air show to the southern area of Berlin-Schönefeld Airport, where it serves as an East-West hub

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1990

Goodbye Hannover: the capital of Lower Saxony hosts the International Aerospace Technology Exhibition (ILA) in Hannover for the final time in1990.

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1990

Russian innovations at the International Aerospace Technology Exhibition (ILA) in Hannover: Tupolev exhibits its Tu-155 testbed with engines that can operate either on hydrogen or methane.

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1990

The open air grounds at the International Aerospace Technology Exhibition (ILA) in Hannover: All kinds of aircraft are on display, from old-timers to the latest business jets and the new Soviet long haul passenger aircraft, the Ilyushin Il-96-300.

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1988

Jäger 90, EFA or Eurofighter: the European fighter is intended to reinforce the defence capabilities of the air forces of Germany, the UK, Italy and Spain. It is on shown in Hanover – in model form

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1988

Major attraction for the public at the International Aerospace Exhibition (ILA) in Hannover: the Panavia Tornado combat aircraft and Germany's military transport aircraft, the C-160 Transall.

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1988

Germany’s Foreign Minister Hans-Dietrich Genscher (2nd f.r.) arrives at the ILA in the new Airbus A320. He is welcomed by the head of the fair company Hubert-H. Lange (l.), flight coordinator Dr. Riedl (2nd f.l.) and Hanns Art Vogels (r) BDLI.

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1986

Europe’s space industry presents its capabilities at the International Aviation Exhibition (ILA) in Hannover: on the right a model of the Ariane 4 launcher, on the left an Ariane 5 with the Hermes space glider.

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1986

The star of the ILA is already 50 years old: the typical droning sound announces the arrival of the legendary Junkers Ju-52. Lufthansa has spent more than a year restoring the three-engined, propeller-driven aircraft.

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1984

Group picture with lady and Space Shuttle at the ILA: Germany’s Foreign Minister Hans-Dietrich Genscher (right) with Lower Saxony’s Minister of Economics Birgit Breuel (4th from left).

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1984

Ultralight aircraft in front of the Airbus A310: the smallest and the largest exhibits at the International Aviation Exhibition (ILA) in Hannover.

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1984

Jet aerobatic perfection: the French flying display team “Patrouille de France” with its eight Alpha Jets at the International Aviation Exhibition (ILA) in Hannover.

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1982

German aviation technology is an export success: John J. Kediya, Nigeria’s Minister of Aviation (centre), comes to the ILA to learn about the latest developments in aero-engine construction.

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1982

A distinguishing feature of the International Aviation Exhibition (ILA) in Hannover for many years: the flying displays, delighting young and old alike.

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1982

Visitors thronging the ILA 1982: 30,000 visitors came to the grounds on Ascension Day. Among the exhibits they admire are the new utility aircraft from Dornier, the DO 228-200 (in front).

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1980

Training cockpit at the International Aviation Exhibition in Hannover: aviation is not just for men.

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1980

One of the highlights of the International Aviation Exhibition in Hannover: the Boeing 707 equipped with the American AWACS guidance and surveillance system pays a visit to Hannover.

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1978

Exhibitors present over 130 sports and passenger aircraft in flying displays at the International Aviation Exhibition ILA in Hannover.

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1978

Federal President Walter Scheel (right) and BDLI President Dr. Ludwig Bölkow (2nd from right) are welcomed during their tour of the ILA 78 in Hannover by aviation pioneer Elli Beinhorn (2ndfrom left).

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1978

50 years after the last ILA, in 1928, a new ILA takes place in Hannover. As the industry becomes more international its association, the BDLI, decides to revert to the original name of the air show in Hannover.

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1976

Always guaranteed to produce some breathtaking moments: the daily flying displays of the German Aviation Show in Hannover.

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1976

A popular attraction: in 1976 Lufthansa brings its latest Airbus A300 to Hannover.

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1974

German space technology skills as demonstrated by the full-size mock-up of the Spacelabat the German Aviation Show. It is designed for deployment with the US Space Shuttle.

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1974

Visitors thronging the German armed forces stand for a close up view of defence technology at the German Aviation Show.

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1974

Overview of the German Aviation Show: the wide-body Airbus A300 (centre right), a European project with significant German input, is the main attraction at the show, and is constantly surrounded by crowds of people.

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1972

“Russians over Hannover”, reports Germany’s “Zeit” newspaper: The star of the show in 1972 is the supersonic passenger aircraft made by the Russian Tupolev company. Its Tu-144 (right) remained in Hannover for the entire duration of the air show.

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1972

Group picture with caravan: the Dutch Fokker company presents its Fokker F 28-2000 Fellowship regional jet at German Aviation Show, which operates at a speed of around 900 kph.

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1972

The main focus of interest in 1972: a model of the European wide-body aircraft Airbus A300. The twin-engined aircraft takes off on its maiden flight a few months after the German Aviation Show.

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1970

Crowds on the open air grounds: in 1970 the German Aviation Show in Hannover features more than 140 aircraft of every kind.

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1970

 In 1970 the Soviet Union presents its aircraft in Hannover for the first time since World War Two: the Russian display includes the Kamov KA-26, a light, multi-purpose helicopter with two opposed three-blade rotors.

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1970

High performance gliders and helicopters at the German Aviation Show: almost all the aircraft on show in Hannover also feature in the flying displays.

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1968

Federal Minister of Economics Karl Schiller, one of those who paved the way for the business boom of the 1960s, opens the German Aviation Show in 1968.

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1968

The star of the show is Dornier’s experimental aircraft, the Do 31 E. The world’s only transport aircraft with vertical take-off and landing capability, thanks to its vectored thrust engines, is demonstrated in flight to enthusiastic spectators.

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1968

Of the 110 aircraft being exhibited in 1968 on the 100,000 square metre grounds, more than half consist of single and multi-engined sports and business aircraft. In the foreground the Polish utility aircraft PZL-104 Wilga.

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1966

The space flight section of the German Aviation Show features launchers, satellites and probes. Each day crowds of people gather round the American Apollo capsule, designed to hold three astronauts.

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1966

One of the attractions of the programme of flying displays in 1966: spectators hold their collective breath when the British jump jet, the Hawker Siddeley Harrier, lands.

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1964

Space flight continues to acquire growing importance. A 1:2 scale model of what was to later become the European launcher Ariane, still officially known at the time as Europa 1, can be seen in Hannover.

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1964

A major attraction for the public: the German VTOL aircraft, the “VJ 101” makes its debut in Hannover. This experimental jet aircraft, produced by Entwicklungsring Süd attracts considerable international attention.

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1964

Bird’s eye view of the German Aviation Show: 280 exhibitors from 15 countries display their achievements. Over 100 aircraft are on show on the open air grounds and during the daily programme of flying displays.

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1962

On the stand of the British aero engine manufacturer Bristol-Siddeley: this is where business is being done.

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1962

During the 1960s the German Aviation Show also acquires a more international format. Many guests and delegations come to Hannover from abroad.

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1962

Sports aircraft on the open air grounds in 1962. The “German Aviation Show” is the meeting place for sports and passenger aviation in Europe. Customers and exhibitors appreciate the almost unlimited display opportunities.

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1962

The BLACKBURN BUCCANEER, one of the highlights of the “German Aviation Show”.

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1962

The open-air exhibition ground of the German Aviation Show.

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1960

During his tour at the start of the German Aviation Show Federal Defence Minister Franz-Josef Strauss (2nd from left) is given some details about the construction of the engines.

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1960

One of the stars of the German Aviation Show: the Lockheed F-104 “Starfighter”. The single-seat jet fighter is included in the programme of flying displays, which comprises 2000 take-offs and landings.

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1959

The display on the open air grounds is dominated by sports and passenger aircraft from German and international manufacturers at the German Aviation Show. In the background commercial aircraft are parked on the apron of Hannover Airport.

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1959

Federal Economics Minister Ludwig Erhard (5th from right), regarded as the “founder of the social market economy”, opens the exhibition in 1959. It is now known as the “German Aviation Show”. The cost of admission is two deutschmarks

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1958

The German aviation equipment manufacturer Autoflug attracts attention with demonstrations of its ejector seat at the Special Show Aviation in Hannover.

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1958

In 1958 German exhibitors present 13 sports and passenger aircraft at the Special Show Aviation, two gliders and the Fouga Magister, the first jet trainer produced under licence in Germany for the country’s air force.

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1958

The “Special Aircraft, Aviation Equipment and Accessories Show” takes place in 1958, parallel with the Hannover Fair. A total of 54 companies come to show off their capabilities in a hall and on the open air grounds at Hannover-Langenhagen Airport.

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1957

Twelve years after the end of World War Two, sees the opening of the “International Passenger Aircraft Show” as part of the Hannover Industrial Fair, at Hannover-Langenhagen Airport.

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1932

All the leading aircraft manufacturers in Germany are represented at the DELA (German Aerosport Exhibition) in Berlin in 1932. The halls at the Funkturm are mainly filled with sports aircraft and gliders.

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1928

ILA Advertisement

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1928

ILA Advertisement

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1928

DL Exhibition Hall

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1928

The ILA 1928 takes place at the Funkturm (Radio Tower) in Berlin, which had been completed two years previously. A total of 150 aircraft are on show in the three halls – including this Focke-Wulf A17, which was later supplied to Lufthansa.

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1912:

In 1912 the General Aircraft Exhibition (ALA) lands in Berlin. The ALA fills the Main Exhibition Hall next to the Berlin Zoo. Visitors are impressed by the total of 25 aircraft and seven airships.

 

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1909:

Flying high: Ascents in an untethered balloon are the sensation of the International Airship Exhibition (ILA) 1908 in Frankfurt am Main. The first ILA lasts no less than 100 days. © Marton Siegeti

 

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ILA Berlin 2018 - Logo
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ILA Berlin 2018 - Geländeplan / Side map
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ILA 2016 Berlin Air Show

Dr. Christian Göke, CEO, Messe Berlin GmbH; Volker Thum, CEO, German Aerospace Industries Association (BDLI), Dietmar Woidke, Minister President of Brandenburg; Prof. Rolf Henke, Member of the Executive Board, German Aerospace Center (DLR) (l.t.r.)

 

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ILA 2016 Berlin Air Show
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ILA 2016 Berlin Air Show Wingcopter 178
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ILA 2016 Berlin Air Show Static Display
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ILA 2016 Berlin Air Show Space Hall
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ILA 2016 Berlin Air Show Round Tour

with Dr. Ursula von der Leyen, Minister of Defence

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ILA 2016 Berlin Air Show Round Tour

with Dr. Ursula von der Leyen, Minister of Defence

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ILA 2016 Berlin Air Show Round Tour

with Alexander Dobrindt, Minister of Transport and Digital Infrastructure

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ILA 2016 Berlin Air Show Rollce Royce
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ILA 2016 Berlin Air Show Public Days
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ILA 2016 Berlin Air Show Patrouille Suisse, Northrop F-5E Tiger II
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ILA 2016 Berlin Air Show Patrouille Suisse, Northrop F-5E Tiger II
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ILA 2016 Berlin Air Show Panavia Tornado ECR
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ILA 2016 Berlin Air Show Opening
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ILA 2016 Berlin Air Show Opening Tour DLR
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ILA 2016 Berlin Air Show North American B-25
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ILA 2016 Berlin Air Show North American B-25
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ILA 2016 Berlin Air Show MiG-29
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ILA 2016 Berlin Air Show ISC
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ILA 2016 Berlin Air Show Iron Maiden
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ILA 2016 Berlin Air Show Hall 2
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ILA 2016 Berlin Air Show Future Lab
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ILA 2016 Berlin Air Show Fanhansa
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ILA 2016 Berlin Air Show Eurofighter Typhoon
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ILA 2016 Berlin Air Show Eurocopter UHT Tiger
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ILA 2016 Berlin Air Show Career Center
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ILA 2016 Berlin Air Show Bundeswehr
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ILA 2016 Berlin Air Show Boeing
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ILA 2016 Berlin Air Show Boeing 747-830 Siegerflieger Fanhansa
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ILA 2016 Berlin Air Show Boeing 747 Ed Force One
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ILA 2016 Berlin Air Show Bluecoper, Airbus Group
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ILA 2016 Berlin Air Show Ariane 6 Launcher Model
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ILA 2016 Berlin Air Show Antonow An-178
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ILA 2016 Berlin Air Show Airbus A400M
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ILA 2016 Berlin Air Show Airbus A380
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ILA 2016 Berlin Air Show Airbus A350
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ILA 2016 Berlin Air Show Airbus A350
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ILA 2016 Berlin Air Show Aerial View
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ILA 2016 Berlin Air Show A 350
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ILA 2016 Berlin Air Show
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ILA 2016 Berlin Air Show
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ILA 2016 Berlin Air Show
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ILA 2016 Berlin Air Show
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ILA 2016 Berlin Air Show
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ILA 2016 Berlin Air Show
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ILA 2016 Berlin Air Show
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ILA 2016 Air Show Opening Tour
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ILA 2016 Air Show A320 neo
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ILA 2016 Air Show Blue Copter
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ILA 2016 Air Show Opening
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ILA Berlin 2018 - Geländeplan / Side map
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