Lilium signs a pair of eVTOL deals covering two European regions
German developer of electric takeoff and landing aircraft (eVTOL) Lilium says it has signed a par of deals to deliver vehicles to operators of future transport services in Scandinavia and the Benelux countries.
The two transactions cover a total of 46 Lilium eVTOL jets, as well as construction of vertiports. The first accord announced was with air solutions and services provider AAP Aviation Group, which intends to launch advanced air mobility (AAM) operations across Scandinavia, beginning with Norway. Revealed just hours later, the second contract was inked with the ASL Group to facilitate its plans to operate eVTOL flights in Benelux nations, particularly Belgium and the Netherlands.
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The partnership with APP calls for Lilium to supply 40 eVTOL aircraft, and assist in the identification and facility construction of appropriate landing sites for future AAM…