World’s First Electrical Vertical Take-off Airplane

Lilium is the future of aviation.


Vertical Take-off Airplane

The future of aviation is here: an egg-shaped plane called Lilium designed by four German engineers takes off and lands vertically, which no longer requires runways and can use helipads. This has been heralded by the European Space Agency (ESA).


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The entirely electric two-seater plane, designed to be able to be flown in good weather conditions during broad daylight in uncongested airspace, has a simple and inexpensive infrastructure. It is also quieter due to the ducted fan engines. Its batteries, engines, and controllers also prove to be a safer design than conventional helicopters.


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The jet has a top speed of 250 mph and a range of 300 miles. It’s also space-saving, which can even land at your back garden, as it only requires 50 feet by 50 feet of space for landing and take-off.


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Lilium is a product of a start-up company hosted in an ESA business incubator back in 2015, by four engineers and doctoral students from the Technical University of Munich in Germany. Their plane sure is a huge step forward in plane innovation.

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