Alphabet’s Wing is getting ready to begin testing its drone delivery technology in Helsinki, Finland. At the start, customers will be able to order a variety of food and drinks, with delivery promised within about 10 minutes. The post Meatballs and pastries offered by Wing’s first European drone delivery service appeared first on Digital Trends. View original article at Digital Trends

Two weeks after Project Wing earned approval to make drone deliveries in Canberra, Australia, the Google offshoot got the greenlight to launch a similar service in the US. On Tuesday, Wing became the […] The post FAA Greenlights Google Wing Drone Deliveries in US appeared first on Geek.com. View original article at Geek

The company’s effort, approved by the Federal Aviation Administration, will be limited to parts of southwest Virginia. Original article at nytimes.com

After getting approved for commercial air delivery in Australia earlier this month, Alphabet’s Wing drone delivery service has now received the green light from the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration to allow it to start air dropping packages to customers in the U.S. The FAA’s certification of Wing, which was signed on Friday and Monday, essentially classifies the drone company as a small-sized air carrier, according to Bloomberg View original article at Mashable

Google’s Project Wing drone delivery service will take to the skies over Australia’s capital “in the coming weeks.” After 18 months of trials, Project Wing—an offshoot of Google parent company Alphabet—earned approval to […] The post Google Wing Delivers Food, Meds to Australians Via Drone appeared first on Geek.com. View original article at Geek

Google’s Wing drone is now part of a full-fledged delivery service in North Canberra, Australia. Customers can order a range of items from local businesses using a smartphone app, with the delivery arriving in “minutes.” The post Google’s Wing drones are now delivering mochas and meds in Australia appeared first on Digital Trends. View original article at Digital Trends

A host of regulatory issues have slowed the progress of drone-delivery companies but they are making some progress and lots of tests are underway. Original article at nytimes.com