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Starts of electric air taxi Lilium has completed the first test of its new five-seat aircraft
German air taxi startup Lilium announced the first test of its full-scale, all-electric five-seat aircraft. This is the latest in a series of successful tests for the nascent airplane industry, which aims to have "flying vehicles" promoting cities over the next decade.
In a video provided by the Munich-based company, Lilium's unpiloted aircraft is seen standing upright like a helicopter, rapid lifting, and then coming. It may not be as much, but it is a big step for the company, which is expected to launch a fully operational flying taxi service in multiple cities by 2025.