Toronto, ON – TECH – Drone Delivery Canada reports that it has been granted an additional Special Flight Operations Certificate (SFOC) from Transport Canada. The certificate will allow DDC to expand its current drone delivery testing program within Southern Ontario and accelerate its commercial testing in the Canadian skies.
“We are very pleased with the level of support we continue to receive from our Federal regulators”, commented Tony Di Benedetto, CEO of Drone Delivery Canada. “We have been working very closely with all our stakeholders including the Canadian Federal Government to work collectively to bring this next generation technology to Canadians. We all want to see Canada become global leaders in this cutting-edge technology,” added Di Benedetto.
To date, DDC has received three Special Flights Operations Certificate’s (SFOC) from Transport Canada. These testing licenses are a critical component in the licensing path for the Company as it works towards receiving its operator status from the Canadian regulators to commence commercial operations.
Drone Delivery Canada intends to launch its platform first in Canada’s northern communities with the intention to utilize its drone delivery platform to connect Indigenous communities in remote Canada to foster economic sustainability and provide greater accessibility to these communities where ever possible.