‘2kg Weight Limit Applies’


This morning.

Just Eat has confirmed that drone delivery will now be available to customers in Oranmore, County Galway.

Nicole Fenner writes:

Powered by Manna, the world’s first aviation-grade B2B drone delivery ‘as-a-service’ platform, and served-up in partnership with Camile Thai, the drone takeaway delivery service is set to go live for the first time ever on the Just Eat app from today

Dropped straight to the designated delivery point in under 3-minutes, 2kg weight limit applies. Customers will select their dishes on the dedicated Camile Thai drone delivery menu page on the Just Eat app, which will be available from 4pm– 8pm, Thursday – Sunday.


Just Eat drone menu here

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8 thoughts on “‘2kg Weight Limit Applies’

  1. TypeONegative

    Yeah I mean it might make sense if you live within a few minutes walk of the place, but don’t drones have to be flown within line of sight of the operator and away from public streets etc? Smacks a bit of a short marketing exercise more than a viable service anyway.

    1. ce

      I think they have a agreement with Air traffic control about this – they were on the radio talking about it all before the summer, technically it is more environmentally friendly than delivery drivers driving around… but anyway more crap to your door whenever you want… instant-ish gratification, what could possibly go wrong

  2. D-troll

    looking at the picture, would food not be really cold when it arrives?

    marketing stunt while industry figures out what the purpose may be. flying smack into the Joy?

    1. george

      Do you think it flies around the the food dangling on a cable or do you the hollow space inside the drone’s open hatch might be used to store the food during flight to the destination?

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