All set for Amazon to test its futuristic delivery system in United States as Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has granted the permission for it. In the end of 2013, Amazon.com revealed Amazon Prime Air, a delivery system in which company’s designed Miniature Unmanned Air Vehicle (Miniature UAV) would deliver ordered packages to customer within 30 minutes with the help of GPS, evidently with certain terms and conditions. The project could not be implemented immediately because of few hurdles and the biggest one was that the guidelines were not set up for the commercial use of UAVs by the civil aviation control body there in US. Apart from this, it has been facing public safety, privacy and security issues. Amazon played a smart move by threatening FAA, to move its research and testing overseas at the cost of American jobs. Now, FAA has given approval to Amazon to begin conducting research, testing and training of Prime Air. All flight operations must be carried out below the height of 400 feet during daylight hours, the pilots must have a private pilot certificate and medical certification plus Prime Air must always remain within the line of sight of the pilot stated FAA. Well, the day is not far when people would receive their orders by Amazon Prime Air in India too. After the ban on use of drones/UAV/UAS for civil purposes by DGCA in October, 2014, DGCA is now in a process of developing policy for the use of drones in India. Till DGCA comes up with its guidelines for use of drones in civil applications, let’s enjoy them in fat Indian weddings.