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Amazon Gets Permission to Start Making Drone Deliveries

 — 31 août 2020
Amazon Prime Air, the retail giant’s drone delivery project, was just designated an “air carrier” by the Federal Aviation Administration today, as Bloomberg reports — meaning it can start trialing drone package deliveries.

“This certification is an important step forward for Prime Air and indicates the FAA’s confidence in Amazon’s operating and safety procedures for an autonomous drone delivery service that will one day deliver packages to our customers around the world,” David Carbon, an Amazon vice president who oversees Prime Air, said in a statement, as quoted by Bloomberg.

Other companies, including Alphabet subsidiary Wing and UPS, have already received the same approval.


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