In a recent quarrel with the law, Amazon Prime is seeking reforms so as to roll out its newest retail operation

Having planned to carry out a drone delivery service since 2013, Amazon Prime is only now seeing its vision for the future of distribution slowly coming into fruition. Following restrictions by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to test its drones, a change this March in the organization's policies has permitted Prime to take the drones for a spin outdoors, under conditions that the drones never leave the pilot's sight and only operate during daytime.

In order to fulfill the dream of a timely, unmanned delivery system, Amazon Prime will have to receive permission from the FAA to take to the skies commercially, conversely meaning the company must have the administrative consent to actually fly unmanned, above people and perhaps during the night as well. In disagreement with the current guidelines, Amazon released the statement:

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