Flytrex and Charleys strike drone delivery partnership in Durham

Flytrex Charleys drone delivery

Drone delivery specialist Flytrex has announced further expansion of its aerial activities with the launch of services in Durham, North Carolina, flying orders from its new partner, Charleys Philly Steaks.

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Flytrex gets FAA okay to double drone delivery areas in NC, Texas

Drone delivery company Flytrex announced it has received approval from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to double the size of areas it has been operating flights in North Carolina and Texas to two nautical miles, vastly increasing the potential number of households it can serve.

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Flytrex adds Jersey Mike’s subs to its NC drone delivery list

Israeli on-demand drone delivery specialist Flytrex has expanded its roster of client businesses in its showcase North Carolina operation by adding orders from sub sandwich maker Jersey Mike’s to the array of items it is flying to consumers’ backyards.

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Flytrex launching automated drone delivery service in Texas

High-flying drone delivery company Flytrex says it will launch fast transport of food orders in suburbs around the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex as part of a geographical expansion of its existing partnership with restaurant group Brinker International. 

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Flytrex CEO forecasts a bust-out 2022 for drone delivery activity – and his company amidst that

Flytrex co-founder and CEO Yariv Bash may not be out to change the entire world, but he is intent on revolutionizing the way goods are delivered on the planet with a tightly focused, carefully defined plan of making drones the primary force of that progress.

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Now more North Carolina homes can order food delivery via drone

If you live in North Carolina, drone delivery could be coming to a chimney near you this Christmas. On-demand drone delivery service Flytrex has received approval from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to expand its operational radius to one nautical mile across all of its stations in North Carolina.

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