First Cabin Design study for VÆRIDION Microliner

Vaeridion GmbH, a Munich based company that is accelerating the green transformation of aviation with a small electric aircraft that will be certified and delivered before 2030, and iDS industrial Design Studio, Institut für WBOR, Design und Entwicklung Hamburg GmbH, a leading institute on industrial product design and development – specifically aircraft cabins, concluded the first cabin design study for the VÆRIDION Microliner.

 „Working with the intelligent and far-sighted team at VÆRIDION has been exceptionally efficient and fruitful, as well as considerable fun. The particularly high demand for design quality and innovation – also in the cabin interior – unites us.“

Torsten Kanitz – CEO, iDS industrial Design Studio Hamburg






“The travel comfort for passengers is a key driver for the success of Regional Air Mobility, using eCTOL Aircraft such as the VÆRIDION Microliner. Together with iDS Hamburg – building on their vast experience in aircraft cabin design – we have developed a cabin concept that gives the passenger the same level of comfort as on a typical short haul business class cabin-section in Europe. While eliminating emissions using a much smaller aircraft, we are still able to provide a premium travel experience for the typical business traveller, offering a 18 inch seat width at a 32 inch pitch and on top provide a lavatory and room for luggage.”

Ivor van Dartel – Chief Executive Officer – VÆRIDION

The foreseeable Market Size for eCTOL aircraft will range from 5.000 to 10.000 aircraft up to 2040. Today more than 400 million passengers worldwide, travel via short haul flights on sectors up to 500 kilometers, using aircraft with 100 seats or more.