Domino's Swears It Has No Plans To Use the Pizza-Delivery Drone Its U.K. People Have Developed

Domino's (NYSE:DPZ) has unveiled a delivery helicopter that the pizza chain has to keep explaining that it won't use, can't use and has no plans to use to replace its 30-minutes-or-its-free drivers. The DomiCopter was actually dreamed up by the chain's U.K. franchise operation and built by a U.K. drone company, AeroSight. There's even a YouTube video demonstrating the device's delivery capabilities (at least to the degree you can trust a YouTube video). But the idea would literally never fly in the U.S.—the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration has banned unmanned aerial vehicles since 2007. Story

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