Russian pizza chain starts pizza deliveries by drone

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A pizza chain in the northern Russian city of Syktyvkar has started to deliver pizza by Russian-made drones. The first chopper drone delivery was met with applause by witnesses on the city main square. Initially drone deliveries will be used for active sales in the city parks, beaches and a university campus by tablet-yielding pizza salesmen who will take an order and request a drone to arrive. The chopper drones involved in the pizza delivery were developed by a Russian company who says they can fly at a speed of up to 40 kilometres (25 miles) per hour. Report by Andrea Lilly.

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