It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s an … Amazon drone? Amazon has just gotten the thumbs up from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to start using its Prime Air drone fleet for customer deliveries. On Saturday, the FAA granted Amazon Part 135 Certification, which means the company has the go-ahead to use drones to “safely and efficiently deliver packages to customers,” according to a statement from the FAA View original article at Mashable

Amazon received a critical certificate from the Federal Aviation Administration on Saturday, bringing it a step closer to launching drone delivery in the United States. View original article at CNN

The Federal Aviation Administration has approved Amazon’s Prime Air service, which will use drones to deliver packages.        View original article at USA Today

Johan Vanderhecke is a professional drone photographer based out of Belgium.  He’s traveled the world for the perfect shot – and now, he’s developed the Drone Adventurer Masterclass to share his skills with drone enthusiasts and pros who want to up their game View original article at Drone Life

The FAA has cleared the regulatory skies for Amazon to launch its long-awaited drone delivery service. The agency announced Monday the retail giant can operate its fleet of Prime Air delivery drones – a project that’s been seven years in the making View original article at Drone Life

The FAA has issued Amazon a certificate for unmanned aircraft systems, bringing it one step closer to its dream of 30-minute delivery with drones. Amazon is taking to the skies.Read Full Story View original article at FastCompany

Tethered drone provider Fotokite struck an exclusive deal this week with Axon, a public-safety tech provider. The agreement will integrate Fotokite drones with Axon’s digital evidence management solution, Axon Evidence View original article at Drone Life

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Drone Delivery Canada announced this week the successful launch of its second cargo drone route with DSV Air and Sea Inc. Canada using the Toronto-based company’s drone delivery platform View original article at Drone Life