Despite widespread dissatisfaction among Australians, Wing startup, owned by Alphabet’s parent holding (owned by Google), is launching its first unmanned aerial vehicle delivery service in Canberra, Australia. In the first phase, residents of 100 households located in the suburbs of Crais, Palmerston, and Franklin will be able to evaluate the capabilities of drones. However, in the coming months, the residents of the suburbs Harrison and Gangalin will be able to use the service. Drone delivery service partners are local merchants, cafes and pharmacies. The company will operate according to the “delivery in a few minutes” scheme. Australia’s CASA, which issued a work permit for drones, has imposed certain restrictions. The drone route should not pass over the main roads, flights are limited in time: on weekdays from 7:00 to 20:00, and on weekends from 8:00 to 20:00. Aircraft should not come close to people, and residents of houses that fall into the service sector of drones have been instructed accordingly. According to Wing experts, in the near future, delivery of drones will provide the company with revenue of Australian $ 30-40 million (US $ 21-28 million). By 2030, it is planned that 25% of deliveries will be made by unmanned aerial vehicles. Australia’s CASA said the Wing service is the first officially authorized drone delivery service. In this way, Wing was able to get around the widely publicized similar delivery from Amazon, which has not yet been put into operation.