China’s air mobility company EHang has added another location to its autonomous air taxi roster with the launch of an aerial sightseeing trial in partnership with real estate company Greenland Hong Kong.
Initially, the service trial involving EHang’s two-passenger autonomous aerial vehicle will take place at Greenland’s tourism real estate project in the city of Zhaoqing, in the Guangdong Province of south China.
EHang will operate a flight base in the Forest Lake project, which is located in an area that includes seven natural lakes and wetlands spread over 3 million square meters (over 32 million sq ft), and is quite close to a new airport that’s under construction – the Zhaoqing-Pearl River Delta-Hub Airport.
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Local residents will be offered the chance to view the area from above. The video below gives an idea of what to expect.
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Source: Paul Ridden
Photo credit: EHang