Lilium startup plans to launch a flying taxi by 2025

Lilium startup plans to launch a flying taxi by 2025


This spring, the German startup has already tested the first full-size prototype of its aircraft with vertical take-off and now hired managers Gett and Airbus in order to help the company build the business of air taxi.

A physicist, Remo Gerber, previously ran the European arm of the service Gett, took in the company commercial Director. In Lilium I want to have by 2025 to create your own service with the flying taxi, so his expertise will definitely come in handy. Gerber will seek investors and take control of finances.

“Our company differs from many others in that we already have a full-sized working prototype. In addition, Lilium employs excellent specialists. Together we will continue to work on the creation of passenger air taxi vertical takeoff and landing”, — quotes Gerber Recode.

Dirk Gebser supervised Assembly Department at Airbus and worked in the Rolls-Royce Director of production. In Lilium, he also lead the Assembly Department, because the company is going to produce your aircraft yourself.

The first manned flight of a serial aircraft of its own production in the company is planned to commence in 2019.