Lilium startup plans to start flying taxis by 2025
This spring, a German start-up has already tested the prototype of its first full-size aircraft with vertical take-off, and now hired Gett and Airbus managers to ensure that they have helped the company build a business air taxi.
The physicist Remo Gerber, formerly managed by the European division of Gett service took place in the company's commercial director. The Lilium want already in 2025 to create its own service with the flying taxi, so his experience of exactly come in handy. Gerber will seek investors and will assume financial management.
"Our company differs from many others in that we already have a full-size working prototype. In addition, remarkable experts working in Lilium. Together, we will continue to work on the creation of passenger air taxi with vertical takeoff and landing ", - quotes Gerber Recode.
Dirk Gebser led the assembly department at Airbus and worked in Rolls-Royce production director. The Lilium he too will head assembly department, because the company is going to produce its own aircraft.
The first manned flight to the serial aircraft production in the company's own plan to carry out already in 2019.