Amazon's drone program was cleared by the FAA — take a look at the machines it wants to use to deliver Prime packages to your doorstep

The Federal Aviation Administration granted permission for Amazon to begin delivery drone

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The Prime Air drone project began in 2013, and last June the FAA granted permission for Amazon to test drones in the US. "We will continue to develop and refine our technology to fully integrate delivery drones into the airspace, and work closely with the FAA and other regulators around the world to realize our vision of 30-minute delivery,"  Amazon Prime Air Vice President David Carbon said in a statement.

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Now, the company says it is testing drones in five different countries using different designs and delivery mechanisms. "The look and characteristics of the vehicles will continue to evolve over time" Amazon Prime Air's website says.

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