Germany's largest airshow is back

The ILA returns: After the cancellation of the last International Aerospace Exhibition due to the pandemic, the Hamburg Aviation team is pleased to be part of the 2022 edition of Germany's biggest air show.

Together with the other northern German states of Bremen, Mecklenburg-Pomerania, Lower Saxony and Schleswig-Holstein, Hamburg is represented in Chalet 21-23 East. Representatives from politics, business, society and research meet here to discuss future developments in aviation. This reflects the pivotal role of networking stakeholders at state, federal and European level.

Windrove and Medifly: New developments in urban air mobility

At ILA Berlin 2022, two players with close ties to Hamburg Aviation are sharing a stand in Hall 3. The UAM network Windrove brings together users, designers and providers of drone-based services and products and promotes the further development of drones as a service, as well as the safe and fair use of commercial UAV applications. Booth visitors will have the opportunity to ask the team of experts about current developments, inquire about contact opportunities with actors in the drone industry or learn about funding opportunities.

In addition, the Windrove team is pleased to host an exciting panel discussion. Entitled "For the People with the People: AAM Advancing Cities & Societies", the panel invites experts to discuss the non-technical, human aspects of vertiports. With which needs and requirements do urban citizens encounter UAM projects projects? What role do communities play in their design? The panel will take place at the Advanced Air Mobility Stage, Hall 3 on Friday, 24 June 2022 at 13:45-15:00.

The Medifly project was launched to test medical applications of UAS and to show pathways towards regular operations suitable for everyday use. At the joint booth with Windrove, the Medifly team are available to share their insights and experience with visitors. As a project on the cutting edge of the regulatory and technological envelopes, Medifly team has been confronted with a number of challenges that have necessitated new approaches. In a talk on Day 2 of ILA, Medifly project leader Sabrina John gets visitors up to speed on the current project status and offers insights into some of the hurdles the team is negotiating on the way to its next set of flights.


  • Wednesday 22 June 2022 13:15
  • Advanced Air Mobility Stage, Halle 3
  • "Windrove UAM Network Presents: Hamburg’s Medifly Drone Service"