A delivery drone performs a test flight with a Domino's pizza box in Auckland, New Zealand, August 25, 2016. Domino's/Handout via REUTERS
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A New Zealand pizza chain aims to become the world's first company to offer a commercial drone delivery service, a milestone in the once unthinkable quest to save time and money, with an airborne supply chain dispensing with people.Domino's Pizza Enterprises Ltd. conducted a demonstration pizza delivery by drone in the New Zealand city of Auckland Thursday, and afterward said it aimed to be the first company to launch a regular drone service, late this year.Philip Solaris, director of another drone company, X-craft Enterprises, said that while New Zealand has accommodating regulations on drones, Domino's would be held back by a rule requiring drones to be kept in sight at all times.The Domino's and 7-Eleven deliveries both used drones provided by U.S.-headquarted Australian drone company Flirtey.
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