Project Wing
What if we all had access to the sky?
Potential in the air
Breathe in the car exhaust. Hear the truck engine idling. Feel the weight of city congestion. Now look up. See all that open sky?

What if we could use the air to move anything from where it is to where it’s needed – quickly, reliably and with a much lower carbon footprint than today’s transportation?
At Project Wing we’re building the next generation of automated aircraft, and working toward the day when these vehicles deliver everything from consumer goods to emergency medicine – a new commerce system that opens up universal access to the sky.
Designed to deliver
Our aircraft can fly preplanned routes on demand using sensors and software to detect and avoid one another in real time. They fly up to 400 feet above the ground and safely deliver fragile packages to a spot the size of a doorstep.
Our latest flights
Since our first flights in 2014, we’ve been back in California refining our aircraft design and communications tools. In September 2016, Project Wing began testing its aerial delivery system at an FAA test site run by the Virginia Tech Mid-Atlantic Aviation Partnership. These tests were designed to generate data for the FAA’s ongoing study of unmanned aerial delivery systems.
Building together
In most places, the layer of air under 500 feet has no air traffic control to enable coordination. We seek a solution that unlocks the potential in this airspace by making it possible for anyone to safely operate. So we’re working with experts, regulators and the broader aviation community to develop a common approach to managing low-altitude airspace.
Join us
At Project Wing we’re building automated aircraft to – one day – move anything from where it is to where it’s needed, as safely and efficiently as possible. Our teams are pushing boundaries in every aspect of aviation technology, and we’re looking for talented and inspired engineers and scientists to join us.