Amazon Tests Drones, Shoebox-Sized Packages Await Results
Actually, the company tested "Amazon Prime Air" in late 2013, before the FAA shut it down in June 2014. The FAA called delivering packages using drones illegal, but Amazon took that to mean hobbyists and model aircraft pilots.
On Monday afternoon, the Amazon Prime Air page is still active on the e-commerce marketer's site, where Amazon also promises 30-minute-or-less delivery via the unmanned drones that don't have visible pilots in the product video.
"Putting Prime Air into service will take some time, but we will deploy when we have the regulatory support needed to realize our vision," the page reads.
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