The term #BiggerThanUs is often used here when referring to the eVTOL project. What do you think about this term?
When you want to create something great and new, every individual contributes to a strong chain. Even if the skills of the employees seem to be contradictory, they have to mesh in the best possible way. At the same time, respect is important and you should always meet at eye level. Especially in small companies, the mental horizon expands, work takes place in many dimensions, and a better view of the whole emerges.
“Flying becomes closer and more tangible“
When you look into the future of eVTOL development, what paths are opening up in that direction?
The eVTOL project marks the beginning of the third revolution in aerospace. Compared to large corporations, tasks are not limited to a small scope, but become major, overarching challenges. This has implications for staffing, but also operationally. Those who personally have the best formal qualifications and enthusiasm have now caught the best time to start a career in aerospace and move up to a higher level. As for flying, operations will become cheaper overall and flying will be more accessible. Less qualifications will be required to fly by yourself, maintenance costs are much lower, and manufacturing costs are also much cheaper. So flying becomes closer and more tangible, and that should be a good motivation for any pioneer.
Thanks indeed, Florian, for your time, your experiences, and your insights. With your contribution, we will reach the #BiggerThanUs goal faster.