How to pack a Prime plane
Amazon’s Prime Air planes work on customers’ behalf to fulfill our one-day delivery promise to Prime members.
Whether it is our own transportation and delivery fleets or third-party carriers, we work to bring customers the fastest and most convenient delivery options. Learn more about the ways we are enhancing transportation capabilities for customers.
Virtual event brings the Delivery Service Partner community together—DSPs have created over 100,000 jobs and delivered more than 2.2 billion packages worldwide.
With COVID-19 and unemployment spiking, we've already donated delivery services for 6 million meals, totaling 7.4 million pounds of food in more than 25 U.S. cities.
Amazon Air has secured up to six million gallons of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) supplied by Shell Aviation and produced by World Energy.
Amazon has signed an agreement to acquire Zoox, a California-based company working to design autonomous ride-hailing vehicles from the ground up. Aicha Evans, Zoox CEO, and Jesse Levinson, Zoox co-founder and CTO, will continue to lead the team as they innovate and drive towards their mission.
Over 20,000 healthcare and government organizations have purchased PPE and other critical supplies through COVID-19 Supplies. Amazon does not make a profit from these sales, intended for those working on the front lines.
I'm very excited to introduce Amazon One, a Boeing 767-300 that is our first ever Amazon branded plane which will serve customers by adding capacity to support one and two day package delivery in the US.
Amazon makes returns even easier with thousands of free drop off options for millions of items.