Malaysia’s AeroTree Partners With EHang, Signs For 60 eVTOLs

EHang EH216
Credit: EHang
Malaysian aviation services AeroTree has formed a partnership with China’s EHang to develop urban air mobility (UAM) and placed a pre-order for 60 autonomous electric vertical-takeoff-and-landing (eVTOL) vehicles. Founded in 1998, AeroTree provides defense training services, including target towing...
Graham Warwick

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