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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>>

EHang CFO Says the Future of the Auto Market is Literally Up In the Air

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EHang & Llíria enter into a partnership to expand urban air mobility

With an aim to expand the urban air mobility in Europe Ehang and Llria have entered into a strategic partnership. This is Ehang's fourth urban air mobility pilot city globally after Seville in Spain, Linz in Austria and Guangzhou in China. Read More>>

China’s EHang to Pilot First Urban Air Mobility Program in Spain

EHang Holdings Limited, a leading autonomous aerial vehicle (AAV) technology platform company, has signed an agreement to pilot the first Urban Air Mobility (UAM) pilot program in Spain. Read More>>

EHang, City Government Of Seville Partner To Launch First Uam Pilot Program In Spain

EHang and the city government of Seville, Spain have entered into a cooperation agreement to launch the first Urban Air Mobility (UAM) pilot program in Spain. Read More>>

EHang obtains autonomous aerial vehicle permits from Norway

EHang Holdings Limited, the world's leading autonomous aerial vehicle technology platform company, obtained operational permits for its two-seater passenger-grade AAV, the EHang 216, from the Civil Aviation Authority of Norway. Read More>>