Lilium Works Toward Concurrent EASA/FAA eVTOL Certification

Startup Lilium has taken on the challenge of concurrently certifying its eVTOL in Europe and the U.S.
Credit: Lilium
Lilium plans to use at least six conforming prototypes for testing in an effort to obtain concurrent European and U.S. type certification of its seven-seat electric air taxi. The German startup is aiming for certification by the end of 2024, to enable launch of its first regional air mobility...
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