Just a month after its mighty Rhaegal-A “Alpha” transportation UAV hauled a world record-setting 829 lbs payload, California startup Sabrewing this week landed a multi-million dollar contract to provide its craft to the Arabian Development and Marketing Corporation (ADMC) to support Saudi Arabia’s stated goal of becoming a global center of heavy-lift drone activity.

The transaction is one of two between Sabrewing and ADMC, and reflects the keen, worldwide attention the Oxnard-based company commands since the record-setting flight of its Rhaegal-A “Alpha” heavy-lift drone. The deal calls for ADMC to buy 53 of those brawny UAVs for $256.5 million. ADMC, a diversified company with a primary focus in the telecom sector, has also committed to a $758 million purchase of 128 of Sabrewing Rhaegal-B “Bravo” UAVs, which can carry between 5,400 lbs to 10,000 lbs of cargo.

Read: Sabrewing’s Rhaegal cargo drone said to set heavy-lift record 

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Source: dronedj.com