PRIMUS AERO is investing in the future of transportation with the purchase of a fleet of PAL-V Liberty vehicles, enhancing their operational excellence and minimising the downtime of clients’ aircraft.

Stephan Krainer, CEO and Founder of PRIMUS AERO, said: “The PAL-V is a time-saving machine for us. Our staff consists of highly trained and qualified experts, with decent incomes. Having them stuck in traffic jams is a very inefficient use of their time. By incorporating PAL-Vs into our operations, we will save time and money by reducing unproductive times.”


PRIMUS AERO aims to utilise the PAL-V Liberty not only for their own operations but also for their aircraft maintenance companies.

Krainer said: “Delivering top-notch service is our priority. Minimizing the downtime of our customers’ aircraft is vital. Currently, if a maintenance issue arises at an airport outside our base, someone must drive there. In Austria, this can be a long journey due to the mountainous and winding roads.

“By using the PAL-V to fly one of our maintenance personnel to the destination and giving them the flexibility to use the PAL-V as a service car when landed, we can greatly reduce the downtime of our clients’ aircraft.”

PAL-V Liberty

For PAL-V, the partnership reinforces the use-case of the PAL-V Liberty’s versatility on a global scale, as highlighted by Robert Dingemanse, CEO of PAL-V.

He said: “The PAL-V Liberty can be used for a wide range of applications. With PRIMUS AERO, they will take advantage of its ability to fly and drive to shorten commuting times and provide their customers with door-to-door air mobility, something only a PAL-V can achieve. On top of that PRIMUS AERO’s extensive expertise in aircraft maintenance positions them as a key regional partner.”

In addition to the private individual orders received by PAL-V, the company is witnessing more and more professional organisations recognising the benefits of using a vehicle that can both fly and drive.

The PAL-V Liberty is currently undergoing an extensive test programme, and the company is preparing for its first series of production vehicles that will complete the certification flight test programme next year.
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