Flytrex currently makes thousands of deliveries every month and this number will continue to grow as is the company’s list of partners. And speaking of, Flytrex offers its drone deliveries in collaboration with Causey Aviation Unmanned, with clients having the option to order a wide variety of items such as food, drinks, and more, from multiple restaurants and retail chains.
This FAA approval is just one of Flytrex’s latest achievements. Just a few months ago, the company also managed to bring its drone delivery service to Granbury, Texas, outside of Dallas-Forth Worth. In addition, Flytrex has three operational stations in North Carolina (in Raeford, Holly Springs, and Fayetteville).
Ordering is done via the Flytrex app, with customers being offered constant updates regarding their order status until the package gets to their backyard. Drones fly at 33 mph (53 kph), boasting of making a delivery in less than four minutes. Packages are safely lowered via a wire straight into the client's backyard.
Flytrex made the headlines back in 2017 when it announced that it launched the world’s first fully autonomous urban drone delivery system in Reykjavik, the capital of Iceland. Next on the plate for Flytrex is to continue its flightpath to bring its three-minute delivery service to as many American backyards as possible and eventually cover the entire country, as stated by Yariv Bash, Flytrex co-founder and CEO.