Lilium Reveals Full-Scale Model of its eVTOL, the Lilium Jet, at EBACE 2024

Lilium is demonstrating the full-scale model of its Lilium Jet for the first time at this year’s European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (EBACE) in Geneva, Switzerland.

(Geneva, Switzerland) Electric vertical take-off and landing developer (eVTOL) developer Lilium  (NASDAQ: LILM) unveiled for the first time yesterday (May 26th) the full-scale model of its electric vertical take-off and landing vehicle (eVTOL), the Lilium Jet, at the European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (EBACE) in Geneva, Switzerland.

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Photo of Lilium's display of its Lilium Jet electric vertical take-off and landing vehicle (eVTOL) at the European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (EBACE) yesterday (May 27th), courtesy of David McIntosh via Aviation International News (AIN).

Per Aviation International News (AIN), “the most eye-catching feature of the mockup revealed at Geneva’s Palexpo exhibition center is the array of 30 ducted electric vectored thrust engines integrated into the Lilium Jet’s wing and canard.”

Lilium, which is based in Munich, Germany, is offering its Lilium Jet for sale in a (1) four-passenger version corporate and private charter applications, (2) a six-seat cabin for commercial regional air services and (3) a flexible cargo cabin, according to the company.

Lilium is targeting a maximum range of 108.7 miles (175 km / 94 nautical miles) on a single charge and a maximum speed of 155 mph (250 km/h or 134.7 knots) for the vehicle.

Lilium’s investor presentation and Lilium Jet specs can be found at this link.

Per AIN, several charter flight providers are among the early prospective customers for the Lilium Jet, including Volara, EMCJet, Air-Dynamic, Globe Air, Bristow, and NetJets. Lilium's key suppliers include Garmin and Honeywell.

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