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Lilium extends FBO partnership with Luxaviation to develop ground infrastructure

Lilium today announced an expansion of its partnership with Luxaviation Group, one of the largest business aircraft and helicopter operators worldwide.

“The expansion will unlock and leverage ExecuJet’s network of Fixed Based Operations (FBOs)—together with newly developed locations—to create electrified ground infrastructure for the Lilium Jet in key markets across Europe initially, with further sites in the Middle East planned” according to the press release.

“Part of the Luxaviation Group, ExecuJet is an industry leader in ground handling and provides first class facilities for business aircraft, passengers, and crew across the world. Earlier this month, ExecuJet expanded its global footprint to 141 FBOs following its acquisition of Sky Valet. ExecuJet’s expansive FBO network will serve as a key foundation for the Lilium Jet’s growing networks across the EMEA region.

“One area that is targeted for electrification is ExecuJet’s expanded presence in France, following a partnership with EDEIS, a leading French engineering and infrastructure management firm. This includes Aix-en-Mille, located strategically in the South of France in Aix-en-Provence.

“Luxaviation Group is embracing the potential of eVTOL and RAM as it looks ahead to its decarbonisation roadmap, and the mandate of its Sigma Air Mobility business is to implement and develop decarbonised air mobility for the Luxaviation Group.

“The expanded partnership between Lilium and Luxaviation Group represents Lilium’s mission to bring safe and sustainable regional air mobility to life with the Lilium Jet. With its pioneering architecture leveraging the advantages of Ducted Electric Vectored Thrust (DEVT), it brings remarkable efficiency and accessibility to regional aviation—all with zero operating emissions.”

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