Lilium Elects Orlando As Hub For 1st U.S. Regional Air Mobility Network

With two landing pads, Lilium’s Lake Nona vertiport will have the capacity handle up to 1 million passengers a year.
Credit: Lilium
German start-up Lilium has announced that the first electric regional air mobility network in the U.S. will be launched in 2025 in Florida. The first hub is to be constructed in Lake Nona, a planned community adjacent to Orlando International Airport. Lilium has signed a contract with the community...

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