AirAsia collabs with MaGIC to test the long-term viability of drone delivery services in Cyberjaya


Based on a statement by, it seems that AirAsia recently collaborated with Malaysia Global Innovation and Creativity Center (MaGIC) in order to evaluate the feasibility of urban drone delivery services. As of now, the drone delivery service is currently limited to only Cyberjaya and it'll be tested in phases for up to 6 months.

Minister Khairy Jamaluddin mentioned that the service could potentially generate up to USD127 billion (~RM517.4 billion) by 2025 if implemented done correctly. Not only that, but the drone delivery service is said to be extremely versatile as it is able to transport all kinds of payloads including food, groceries, duty-free products, daily essentials, as well as medical supplies to remote areas in the future.

As of now, there is no official information on when the service will be available nationwide. With all that said, do you think drone delivery service could benefit us Malaysians? Let us know on our Facebook page and for more updates like this, stay tuned to