Mesa Deal Boosts Prospects For Drone Deliveries

Flirtey’s Eagle delivery drone hovers to winch a package down into the backyard of a customer’s home.
Credit: Flirtey
Flirtey conducted the first FAA-approved drone delivery in 2015, and now the startup has secured its first order from a U.S. scheduled airline. Regional carrier Mesa Air Group has ordered an initial four Flirtey Eagle delivery drones and an option for an additional 500 aircraft. Mesa and Flirtey...

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