Aviation, Travel and Tourism

A new era of sustainable travel prepares for take-off

A handout picture from Munich flying taxi startup Lilium shows its five-seater prototype in Munich, Germany, October 10, 2019. Lilium says they achieved speeds of more than 100 km/h in test flights, as it announces investments to build hundreds of the aircraft with a view to commercial launch in 2025. Picture taken October 10, 2019.

German startup Lilium's flying taxi uses all-electric vertical take-off and landing. Image: Lilium via REUTERS.

Sadiq Gillani
Senior Vice President, Emirates Group and Lecturer in Management Stanford
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