Helping your business take off
Airport-Stadt Bremen is an international transport hub and a centre of the aerospace industry and of research and teaching. It occupies a leading position in the German market. Spread over an area of 130 hectares – just ten minutes from Bremen's city centre – this future-focused business district maintains close links with the airport on its doorstep. Of a total of 16,000 employees, 6,000 work in the aerospace industry, including for the Airbus Group. The companies based here also benefit from the proximity to research activities. Networks that combine research and practice have grown up around the university of applied sciences, the start-up centre in Bremen's World Trade Centre and a variety of institutions.
- Total land area (gross): 206 hectares
- Around 16,000 employees in some 500 companies
- The outlook is that capacity will be available
Commercial land and premises in Airport-Stadt Bremen
Airport-Stadt Bremen offers a range of vacant commercial land and premises owned by the local authority. Please contact us for more information.
You can also use our property search function to find out about the commercial premises on offer. And we can meet you in person, of course, to tell you about the properties that suit your needs and any alternatives you might want to consider.
Aviation "made in Bremen" : The Airbus facility in Bremen extends over 450,000 square metres, or 63 football fields, and has a workforce of 4,100. With its streets, cycle paths, myriad of buildings and halls, the premises are truly enormous and impossible to miss, even with the naked eye. From a bird's eye view, activity at the site appears calm and unhurried, which makes what is actually taking place in the many halls and buildings even more impressive: Industrial performance at the highest level.let´s fly!
Anyone flying on vacation with an Airbus will almost certainly come into contact with products from the Bremen-based aviation supplier AES Elektro/Elektronik System GmbH. But they are not only to be found in vacation planes - even German Chancellor Olaf Scholz cannot do without them.Learn more
New in the airport city: CAE-GmbH trains pilots. "We have come to stay," says CAE Vice President European Strategy, Niels Kröning. And is thus continuing a long tradition.Learn more