In order to give you a better service Airbus uses cookies. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies I agree


A link is an interactive textual element used for navigation.

General guidelines
Best practices
  • Use links inside paragraphs, for bullet lists, or after editorial content.
  • Write descriptive wording to guide the user.
  • Don’t use links with more than 3 words and 30 characters
  • Make it obvious: the cue to select a link should be unambiguous, for a key action choose a button.
  • Prefer ghost buttons for actions modifying the page (view more, edit, etc.) or to add an icon next to the link.
Picture shows links in an editorial content.

Use non-underlined links by default, especially for internal links. It’s important particularly for links in left and tabbed navigation, as well as on bullet lists, for better readability.

Pictures shows a footer with multiple links.

Use underlined links to emphasise the content, or for external links.

It can be used for specific components like breadcrumbs, or to open a page in a new tab.

Picture shows a banner with an action with a link.
Visual guidelines


Links have 6 states: default, hover, active/current, focus, visited, and disable.
It is available in light and in dark.

picture shows the different states of links.


Links have 3 sizes: large, medium and small.

Picture shows the different sizes of links available.
Code & Design assets

Request code and design assets for creating user interfaces.

Component overview

Component overview

Can I contribute to the System?

Of course! Your contribution is more than welcomed and the System team will always be here to review your contributions or discuss.

Back to top