Air Canada Cargo’s drone arm takes off with first commercial customer

September 17, 2019 Alex Lennane

Drone Delivery Canada (DDC) and its marketing arm, Air Canada Cargo, are on the taxiway to commercial operations. The pair have announced the first commercial customer for the fledgling drone company, with operations set to commence next month. 
Contrary to widespread predictions of commercial cargo drone activities kicking off in remote rural areas, DDC’s first client is looking to use its drones between its various properties in the suburbs of the Greater Toronto ...

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