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iJet eyes ten Crisalion Integrity eVTOLs
The pre-sale of Integrity aircraft and the designation of key routes in Malaga evidence how Spanish companies are innovating their outlooks to the AAM solutions their customers will shortly be demanding.
Crisalion Mobility CEO Carlos Poveda and iJet Aviation CEO Javier Barriga sign the pre-sale agreement for 10 Integrity eVTOL aircraft.

Crisalion Mobility has completed a pre-sale of ten of its Integrity eVTOL aircraft to Spain-based business aircraft management company iJet. Together they aim to develop the air mobility sector in the province of Malaga, by designating routes connecting key hotspots and offering unprecedented access to some of the region's most important landmarks.

These routes include Malaga to Costa del Sol International airport, a key hub for domestic and global connectivity; links to hotel complexes in the region; to Puerto Banús, Marbella; to inland destinations like Ronda and nearby areas like Gibraltar; plus links to north Africa.

The official agreement signing ceremony took place at an event entitled 'The Next Generation of Mobility Solutions' at the Malaga Aeronautical Museum and was chaired by the CEOs of the two companies, Crisalion Mobility's Carlos Poveda and iJet Aviation's Javier Barriga, accompanied by Manuel Heredia, general manager at Crisalion Mobility. The event was attended by the Territorial Delegate of the Regional Government of Andalusia Carlos García Giménez, the President of the Provincial Council of Malaga José Francisco Salado, and the Mayors of various municipalities in the province as well as prominent business leaders and professionals from the aviation and technology sector.

The city of Malaga has become a global success story thanks to its ability to attract international talent and investment. The city's entrepreneurial spirit is a perfect match for Crisalion Mobility's goals, and this agreement is a clear example of how innovation and entrepreneurship in technology will continue to improve this ecosystem, shaping the city and supporting its progress.

Poveda says: "This pre-sale of our Integrity aircraft and the designation of key routes in Malaga clearly evidence how Spanish companies are innovating and adapting their outlooks to the advanced air mobility solutions their customers will be demanding within a few years. In 2030, mobility will look completely different from the way it is today. We are proud to lead this revolution, upholding our commitment to innovation and sustainable development, both of which are fully aligned with the way we work and our outlook for the future."

Javier Barriga, CEO of iJet Aviation, adds: "This agreement with Crisalion Mobility is a major milestone for iJet and for the future of air mobility in Malaga. We are excited to work together to explore new opportunities and offer advanced air transport services to our customers."

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