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From Africa To U.S., Drone Deliveries Taking Off

| Aviation Week & Space Technology

Two days and 5,400 mi. apart, delivery by drone took significant steps toward everyday reality. On April 23, the first air carrier certificate for a commercial drone delivery service in the U.S. was awarded by the FAA to Wing, the subsidiary of Google parent company Alphabet. A day later, Ghana formally launched the world’s largest medical drone delivery service, operated by Zipline and covering the entire country. Armed with its Part 135 operator’s certificate, Wing plans to engage with communities and businesses in Blacksburg and Christiansburg in southwest Virginia, close to where it has been trialing its delivery drones with...

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