China is building the world's first airport for self-propelled vehicles
China is building the world's first airport for self-propelled vehicles

An independent aircraft technology company (EHang) has announced that it will establish the world's first electronic port for independent aircraft services (AAV) so that Chinese companies can work with local partners in Huizhou. Guangxi Province, China, to build the electronic port.

(Ehang) has already made its first drone taxi flight in the United States and obtained permission to test an electric passenger plane for two in Norway. However, the focus is on the country of origin.

Huizhou is a leading aviation company, and this project will make it a model for global aviation innovations. It is expected that the construction and operation of the electronic port will be completed by the end of 2020, which will accelerate the marketing of the independent aircraft of Arab Airlines in the tourism industry.

The plan envisages delivery of 20 vehicles (EHang 216), an independent two-seat passenger car used for air travel and city air visits.

The electronic port building consists of three floors and covers an area of ​​2500 square meters. Architectural features include: the lobby is on the first floor, the passenger waiting area on the second floor and the entrance / exit area on the third floor.

Four rooftop landing pads must be placed on the electronic port to enable the launch and landing of four drone at the same time, the combination of EHang automatic aircraft technology and Hizhou natural attractions can boost the province's air tourism industry via Guangxi.

"We are very pleased to make Hizhou Tourist attractive with our independent plane. We intend to introduce more commercial applications to our cars. For cars like flights, we welcome more local partners who have joined us. Give us a safe and independent way," said Hu Huizhi, founder and CEO of Yihang. To explore the city. "
China is building the world's first airport for self-propelled vehicles
China is building the world's first airport for self-propelled vehicles


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