New Zealanders can have their pizza delivered by drone
Pizza lovers in New Zealand could expect seeing flying meals in the sky, as Domino's Pizza has completed the world's first pizza delivery by drone.
“We’ve always said that it doesn’t make sense to have a two-ton machine delivering a two-kilogram order,” Domino’s Group CEO Don Meij said in a statement. “The reach that a drone offers is far greater than other current options which are restricted by traffic, roads and sheer distance.”
The introduction of the service in the country was possible because in 2005, New Zealand announced new drone regulations that allow drone usage for commercial purposes. Domino's Pizza expects to start testing the service in Australia, Japan, Germany, Belgium, and France by the end of this year.
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