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Food delivery takes off with Iceland’s leading e-commerce
AHA, one of Iceland's largest eCommerce companies, partnered with Flytrex to expand its' delivery bandwidth and find new, efficient ways to deliver goods to customers around the city of Reykjavik.

Using Flytrex's drone delivery system, AHA is now delivering goods between two parts of the city that are separated by a wide river, dramatically cutting delivery times and costs. Flytrex's system operates alongside AHA's existing vehicle-based delivery network, increasing its daily deliveries capacity, without increasing manpower.
Backyard delivery made a reality
Starting August 2018 we are the first in the world to drone-deliver directly to customers' backyards - providing the perfect, hassle free, near-instant, delivery experience to people who live in Reykjavik.

Our service currently covers nearly half the population of Reykjavik. Click here if you wish to join to our backyard delivery service with and we'll get back to you with more details.
How does it work?
I'm a drone hobbyist and would like to purchase a drone to create my own missions, how can I proceed?
Find out about our different drones and their features on our Drones page. Once an order is placed we will ship the drone to you. The drone includes a unique ID that let's you link it with your account and then you can start flying right away. You can learn more about our Control Center here.
What can I deliver using Flytrex drones?
Our drones come in different sizes and each have their own payload capacity, ranging from 450g and up to 3kg. You could be sending a can of beer to your friend or a bigger parcel to your customer.
My business uses automatic logistics processes. Do you offer any means to integrate your solution with existing logistics systems?
Yes. Our web-based Control Center offers an API that you can integrate with fairly easily to push/retrieve new deliveries in to the system.

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“This puts us at the forefront in what we offer to both our retailers and consumers.”
Maron Kristófersson, CEO at