China’s Ehang has approval from the country’s regulator to conduct initial passenger operations with its self-piloted Autonomous Air Vehicle (AAV) at certain sites within China. Flights at specific company and customer locations will be used to gather data to help the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) develop regulations for the certification and operation of urban air taxis, says Ehang. The pilot operations at special sites are possible because CAAC has adopted the ...

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