February 17, 2023 – TheNewswire – EHang Holdings (NASDAQ: EH) has successfully completed the first-ever passenger-carrying autonomous flight demonstration in Japan with its EH216 passenger-grade autonomous aerial vehicle.
The EH216 flew with two passengers onboard and no pilot over the coastline of Tanoura Beach in Oita city, marking a breakthrough in exploring the potential use cases for urban air mobility in Japan.
This achievement highlights EHang’s innovative technological prowess and showcases the immense potential of autonomous eVTOL aircraft in transforming the way we travel and commute.
Xin Fang, Chief Operating Officer of EHang, stated: “Over the past two years, EH216 has achieved one milestone after another in Japan with several rounds of demo and trial flights. This year brought passengers the possibility of riding in the air with this cutting-edge product and technology.”
EHang provides customers in various industries with autonomous aerial vehicle products and commercial solutions: air mobility, and smart city management. EHang continues to explore the boundaries of the sky to make flying technologies benefit our life in smart cities.
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