Wing lands FAA approval, Amazon Key expands to 13 cities
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The FAA has granted Wing a drone startup under the Google owned Alphabet company, the same government approvals a small airlines.
In a post on Median Wing described the approval as permission to begin a commercial service that delivers small goods to homes and businesses in the US Don't expect drone deliveries just yet, though.
Wing will begin trials in Southwest Virginia to start.
Amazon Key, the in-home delivery service from the retail giant, is undergoing its first substantial expansion since its 2017 debut.
13 cities including Las Vegas and Omaha, Nebraska will soon allow for customers to have goods delivered inside their homes, garage, or car trunk.
Any Prime customer in a city that supports Key can sign up and use the service granted you've got the required equipment for this specialized delivery.
And finally, starting in July all Kohl stores will begin accepting Amazon returns without the need to ship or package of items.
The partnership began back in 2017 and is only currently available to 100 stores.
After the July roll-out, that will jump up to all of Kohl's 1,150 stores nationwide.
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