Amazon Domains: Prime Air – FAA gives online retailer the green light

The FAA just classified Amazon Prime Air an “air carrier,” allowing the giant retailer to commence its first commercial deliveries in the US under a trial drone program.

Twenty five years ago, Amazon made it easy for you to get that book, only available in another state, within days. By 2005, they added thousands of products besides books, and began to offer Amazon Prime delivery in 2-3 days. Now you can get almost anything in 1-2 days, or even on the same day!

The drone service provided by Amazon must still clear some regulatory and technical hurdles, before your favorite snacks can be dropped at your home’s front porch that same afternoon! But the action shows that Amazon has convinced the US government they’re ready to operate in the highly regulated aviation sector.

So which domain names does Amazon own that are related to drones and Prime Air? Amazon controls about 35,000 corporate domains, so here’s what we found:

Meanwhile, HugeDomains is offering for sale. So far, a delivery of a UDRP via drone has not been recorded.

Story kudos: Dale G.

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