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Aero-Dienst and VÆRIDION to develop eCTOL ambulance operational concepts

VÆRIDION, a Munich based manufacturer of battery-electric aircraft, and Aero-Dienst, the Nuremberg-based full-service provider for business aviation and air ambulance services, have announced they will join forces to develop the “first-in-class electric conventional take-off and landing (eCTOL) concept for flight ambulance services and aircraft maintenance.” Aero-Dienst is a subsidiary of the ADAC SE, responsible for the operation and maintenance of its fixed-wing aircraft fleet.

“As a part of the collaboration agreement, the parties aim to conduct a feasibility study of the use of eCTOL aircraft for air ambulance operations” according to the press release. “The scope of the collaboration covers operational and maintenance scenarios as well as the cabin design with intensive care medical equipment using VÆRIDION’s Microliner.

“With over 65 years of experience in the maintenance and operation of business and ambulance jets, Aero-Dienst partners up with VÆRIDION team to develop the maintenance concept for its battery-electric aircraft.

“For VÆRIDION, this agreement is a significant step towards commercialisation of its product. It will enable the company to ensure the fastest route-to-market while enabling high-quality maintenance assistance to customers year-round.”

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