DRONAMICS Black Swan Aircraft

UAS Denmark Test Center joins the DRONAMICS European Droneport Network

The world’s leading middle-mile cargo drone developer as well as operator – DRONAMICS – signs UAS Denmark Test Center hosted at Hans Christian Andersen Airport as a new airport partner for its European Droneport Network.  

UAS Denmark Test Center joins the DRONAMICS European Droneport Network. 

This implies that the test center will from now on host the Dronamics Black Swan cargo aircraft, enabling same-day delivery service and providing access to more than 6 million people within a 1-hour drive of the airports. The expansion sees the DRONAMICS European Droneport network grow to a total of 42 locations in 14 European countries. 

“We now have our very first partner in Denmark and are expanding with an important 5th location in Germany which increases our coverage area in the country. We will continue our effort to grow our pan-European network of airport partners that will host a droneport for our same-day delivery service, and our ambition is to provide full coverage of all European countries within a day,” says Svilen Rangelov, Co-Founder and CEO of DRONAMICS.

Excellent connectivity

With UAS Denmark Test Center being located at Hans Christian Andersen Airport that serves as Denmark’s third largest city, the test center makes up a strategic location that provides excellent connectivity to Copenhagen and mainland Jutland. 

“We are very pleased to welcome DRONAMICS to UAS Denmark Test Center. DRONAMICS’ vision of enabling same-day shipping over long distances is a perfect match with our ambitions of leading the integration of manned and unmanned air traffic. We are certain that both DRONAMICS and UAS Denmark Test Center will benefit from DRONAMICS becoming a part of our growing drone technology cluster in and around Hans Christian Andersen Airport,” states Michael Larsen, Head of UAS Denmark Test Center.

First commercial flights in 2022

After the unveiling of the first unit of the Black Swan aircraft back in December 2021, DRONAMICS have scheduled their first commercial flights connecting Malta to Italy in 2022, followed by a gradual roll-out to other airports in the growing network.

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