Review of the Lilium Jet’s First Cabin + Exclusive Interview

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This video provides an exclusive look at the first-ever 1:1 scale mock-up of the Lilium Jet, an electric vertical takeoff and landing aircraft. The video includes an interview with Sebastien Borel, the Vice President of Lilium, who shares insights about the aircraft’s development and its potential impact on the aviation industry. The video showcases the sleek design, spacious interior, and advanced features of the Lilium Jet. It also mentions that the video is meant for entertainment purposes only and advises viewers to follow local laws and regulations when using such technology.



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of those aircraft. And finally, the Lilium Jet is a single-pilot operation, making it more efficient and cost-effective.

Now, let’s dive into the review of the Lilium Jet and our exclusive interview with Sebastien.

The Lilium Jet, developed by Lilium, is a groundbreaking electric Vertical Take-Off and Landing (eVTOL) aircraft that aims to revolutionize the aviation industry. With its sleek design and advanced technology, it promises to provide a unique and unparalleled flying experience.

During our visit to Lilium, we had the opportunity to explore the Pioneer Edition of the Lilium Jet, which can be fully customized according to the passenger’s preferences. The most striking feature of the aircraft is its spacious cabin. Unlike other eVTOLs, the Lilium Jet offers a club four configuration, with seats facing each other. This setup provides ample legroom and creates a comfortable and luxurious atmosphere for passengers. Additionally, the cabin boasts one of the longest lengths in its category and a high ceiling, further enhancing the feeling of space.

Sebastien, the representative from Lilium, guided us through the aircraft and highlighted its unique features. He emphasized that the Lilium Jet’s interior can be completely personalized. From the colors and fabrics to the lighting options, passengers have the freedom to design their own perfect flying environment. The aircraft also offers generous luggage space, accommodating even large items such as golf clubs. Compared to helicopters, the Lilium Jet’s cabin is significantly more spacious, ensuring a comfortable and enjoyable journey for passengers.

One of the most exciting aspects of the Lilium Jet is its noise and vibration reduction. Unlike traditional helicopters, the Lilium Jet has no rotating rotor on top, resulting in a remarkably quiet and smooth flying experience. Passengers can enjoy the view from the large windows and revel in the tranquility of the journey.

In our exclusive interview with Sebastien, he provided insights into the progress Lilium has made since last year. He revealed that the company has launched several editions of the Lilium Jet, with the Pioneer Edition standing as the higher-end variant. Sebastien emphasized that the aircraft we viewed was incredibly close to the final product, with only minimal tweaking left to be done. He highlighted that the seats showcased in the Pioneer Edition were the exact seats passengers would experience when flying.

Sebastien also shared the company’s timeline for the Lilium Jet’s first flight of the conforming aircraft, which is scheduled for the end of 2024. Lilium is currently in the process of building the first conforming aircraft and will assemble the components by the end of this year. They plan to construct a total of seven test aircraft, with flights taking place in 2024 and 2025, aiming to obtain certification by the end of 2025.

Moreover, Sebastien provided details about the Lilium Jet’s battery capacity and range. The aircraft will have a battery density of 330 watt-hours per kilogram, with approximately one ton of battery reserved within the 3.2-ton aircraft. This battery capacity allows for a flight range of approximately 175 kilometers, equivalent to about an hour of flight time. Charging the Lilium Jet will be convenient, with a 350-kilowatt-hour charging station that can fully charge the aircraft in just 30 to 50 minutes, depending on the battery’s drain.

Regarding flight altitude, the Lilium Jet will operate at heights of up to 10,000 feet, although it is anticipated to fly mostly between three to 5,000 feet. Passengers will have stable connectivity throughout the flight, thanks to the integration of 4G and potentially 5G technology. The aircraft will also come equipped with a modular rail system, allowing for customization options such as pet cages or additional storage compartments.

In terms of safety, the Lilium Jet’s design differs significantly from other eVTOLs. With 30 engines mounted on the flank, as opposed to an open rotor, the Lilium Jet offers enhanced safety measures, making it more widely accepted by the public. Additionally, Lilium’s commitment to compliance with regulations and certification is evident through its meticulous development process.

In conclusion, the Lilium Jet represents the future of aviation, combining advanced technology, customization options, and a spacious cabin. With the aircraft’s impending first flight of the conforming model scheduled for 2024, Lilium is on the cusp of a significant breakthrough in the eVTOL industry. Passengers can look forward to an unmatched flying experience aboard the Lilium Jet, which will undoubtedly redefine air travel as we know it.

Fun facts related to this article:
1. The Lilium Jet has 30 engines mounted on the flap, ensuring enhanced safety measures.
2. The Lilium Jet’s cabin is the most spacious among all eVTOLs, providing a luxurious and comfortable space for passengers.
3. The Pioneer Edition of the Lilium Jet offers fully customizable interiors, allowing passengers to create their ideal flying environment.

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42 thoughts on “Review of the Lilium Jet’s First Cabin + Exclusive Interview”

  1. Amazing design and innovation. Battery life is going to make this a city-to-hopper for now, price will determine the value per the con. I personally need something that can at least do 300 naut miles from Nashville to St. Louis to visit family, charge/refuel then come back. I put a deposit down on the new Hill Helicopter ( If you are a helo pilot and haven't seen this...whoa, look it up)

    Not sure if I missed it in the video, they didn't mention the speed... that will make a difference as to how far you can go in 45 mins... unless the 1 hour flight time is with a buffer included.

    Either way... When it comes out I will probably get one lol

  2. Amazing how much ignorant hate is spewed out in the comments. I imagine their grandfathers shouted “get a horse” when a Ford Model A zipped by. Their looney cousins are all over Tesla shouting “the Cybertruck is a fraud… it cannot be built.”

  3. Smart that they changed their selling strategy. Getting it in the hands of private buyers will see to fast profitable sales and a perfect round as the larger fleet sales will still need time for production factory buildup and flight regulatory logistics.

  4. 30 engines creates 30 different opportunites for failure. From a constructive criticism perspective this will never exist. It's impractical, overdeveloped, unneccesarily complex, it can't even fly as far as a robinson r-22 at probably 5 times the cost. There is literally no reason for anyone to ever purchase this vaporware. Compared to literally anything else, it sucks and doesn't even meet the minimum standards of the cheapest aircraft.

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