DoorDash of a pilot drone delivery program, in partnership . Testing began in Christiansburg, VA (population approx 22,000) and is limited to only “eligible items” from the Wendy’s fast food chain. It’s not yet clear if this includes the iconic Frosty dessert/fried condiment.

There’s only one Wendy’s location connected, but local users should see a “drone delivery” section on DoorDash’s checkout page. The company says orders should arrive in 30 minutes or less, making high-flying drones about as fast as .

DoorDash also says that Wendy’s is just the first restaurant partner, suggesting more are on the way. The company believes drones will offer more “efficient, sustainable and convenient delivery options for consumers.” To that end, the online food delivery platform plans to open up the program to more US cities throughout the year.

If all of this sounds eerily familiar, you’re not imagining things. These types of pilot programs. This isn’t even DoorDash and Wing’s first partnership. The companies teamed up in 2022 to do something similar in Australia. The program was successful, eventually expanding to 60 participating restaurants in Queensland.

Wing is a clear leader in this field. The company recently began offering to consumers in Dallas. Earlier this year, the Wing, which reached speeds of 65 MPH, with a maximum payload of five pounds. That’s, by my math, almost six Wendy’s Baconators.