Air Canada to sell drone deliveries

Drone Delivery Canada Corp (DDC) has agreed a sales agency agreement for Air Canada. Under the 10 year deal, Air Canada’s cargo division is to pursue sales for DDC on tens of thousands of planned routes.

The airline is to market DDC in Canada and give the logistics community access to the growing potential of commercial drone deliveries.

“Air Canada is pleased to partner with Drone Delivery Canada, a leading player in today’s emerging drone industry. We believe drone technology has the potential to offer the cargo community cost-effective solutions to complex issues related to supply chain distribution in non-traditional markets, including remote communities in Canada. It is another way Air Canada Cargo is innovating and engaging with new technologies, such as artificial intelligence and digital technologies, which are transforming the cargo landscape,” said Tim Strauss, Vice President of Cargo at Air Canada.


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