Amazon Prime Air Experiments Flash Deliveries With Mini-Controlled Drones

The service is called Amazon Prime Air and is designed for sending packages that do not exceed 2 or 3 kg: in practice about 86% of all those sent by Amazon, as Jeff Bezos explains in an interview released to the American TV CBS All in less than 30 minutes provided that customers are within a range of 16 kilometres from the sorting warehouse.

The service is already being tested in the United States, but is waiting for the green light of the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration), the agency responsible for overseeing and regulating every aspect of civil aviation in the United States. The rock to overcome is that at the moment drones are still banned for commercial and civil use. Amazon’s boss said it will take at least 4-5 years before Amazon Prime Air becomes operational.

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