ASL Group, a jet management and operator company, has signed an agreement with eVTOL developer Lilium to purchase an initial 6 jets and create a network of landing sites in the Benelux region.
Under the agreement, ASL and Lilium will work to establish a safe and sustainable eVTOL network across Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg, and Western Germany.
Daniel Wiegand, CEO of Lilium said: “ASL Group is a truly innovative company with a vision to provide the best services for its customers, evaluating how to best transform our industry to minimize CO2 emissions. Our aircraft performance and low noise profile will be a great addition to ASL’s fleet. With the highest population density in Europe, Benelux represents a perfect use case for eVTOL transportation, and we are proud to support ASL’s development in the region.”
Philippe Bodson, owner and CEO of ASL Group, commented: “Our company is constantly seeking new ways to operate responsibly and contribute to a healthy future, both socially and ecologically. The Lilium Jet is a great opportunity to provide better value to our customers in a sustainable way. With zero operating emissions, vertical take-off landing capability and a spacious premium cabin, Lilium represents the best option on the market.”
According to Lilium, the proposed agreement is subject to the parties finalizing commercial terms and entering into definitive agreements with respect thereto, and the satisfaction of certain conditions.