Azul Linhas Aereas will have ‘flying cars’ in Brazil by 2025

The company announced a partnership with the German company Lilium to receive 220 electric aircraft to fly in the cities.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Azul Linhas Aéreas has announced a bold plan: to have flying cars to transport passengers in four years. That is, as early as 2025.

This strategy will be put into practice with the German company Lilium, responsible for manufacturing electric and autonomous aircraft (called eVTOL), and Embraer, which will build "giant drones" through the startup Eve.

One billion dollars will be invested in the airline's project, which foresees 220 vehicles in the fleet. Besides the plans to connect economic centers, metropolitan regions, tourist cities, residential condominiums to airports, the novelty also represents the airline . . .

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