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China’s EHang Gets Green Light to Test Self-Flying Vehicles in Quebec

Chinese flying carmaker EHang has obtained a Canadian test flight permit for its flagship passenger-grade autonomous aerial vehicle, EHang 216, as the company tries to commercialize its self-flying vehicle services. Read More>>

Are Passenger Drones Real? Oh Yes – EHang Thrills Tourists With Aerial Sightseeing Flights

EHang, the world’s leading autonomous aerial vehicle (“AAV”) technology platform company, is on a campaign to let the world know that passenger drones are real with their world flight tour. Read More>>

Self-flying taxi takes off in E China in demonstration flight

Have you ever dreamed of taking a self-flying taxi? The EHang 216 pilot-less passenger-grade drone may realize this dream soon. Read More>>

El líder mundial chino en drones EHang aterriza en España

‍El fabricante de drones chino EHang, líder mundial en plataformas autónomas de tecnología de vehículos aéreos, llega a Europa. Read More>>

EHang to Trial Heavy Air Cargo Drones

EHang has obtained approval from the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) to use its autonomous aerial vehicles in a commercial pilot program for heavy-lift air logistics, according to a company statement released Wednesday. Read More>>

EHang Approved For Commercial EVTOL Logistics Service

The EHang 216 eVTOL will fly unmanned logistics flights in Taizhou, China. Read More>>

A passenger drone hotel

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EHang Holdings, LN Holdings partner for UAM tourism

EHang Holdings Limited has entered a strategic partnership with LN Holdings to further commercialize its AAVs by integrating urban air mobility solutions into the tourism company's businesses. Read More>>

Air Taxi Maker EHang Eyes Scenic Guangxi for World’s First ‘Airport’ for Self-Flying Vehicles

Visitors to south China’s Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region could soon have a unique way to take in some of the nation’s most famous scenery. Read More>>

EHang Plans World’s First Airport for AAVs in Chinese Beauty Spot

EHang Holdings, a Chinese developer of autonomous aerial vehicles, intends to build the world’s first airport terminal for AAV services in south China to hasten their use in aerial sightseeing. Read More>>