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KFC India turns chicken wing box into a drone

The drone is available when ordering Smoky Grilled Wings

KFC India turns chicken wing box into a drone
The drone is named Kentucky Flying Object.

KFC India is turning to tech as its latest chicken wings packaging can now be transformed into a drone.

Customers will receive a limited edition package that includes the instructions and the parts to build a drone. Thereafter customers will have to download the controller app on their smartphones to fly the drone.

The drone is named Kentucky Flying Object (KFO) and will be available by ordering Smokey Grilled Wings at 12 KFC stores, on 25 and 26 January. KFC also revealed that the limited edition packages will be available online.

In an official statement, KFC said: "There are two kinds of wings in the world - the finger lickin' good ones and ones that can fly. Well, KFC India just made sure you can have both! Order the new KFC Smoky Grilled wings at select KFCs across ten cities, and you could get your food in a super cool packaging that turns into a flying drone, powered by your smartphone."

The stores include:

  • Delhi: KFC Connaught Place
  • Mumbai: Kenilworth Mall
  • Kolkata: Park Street
  • Pune: Amanora Town Centre
  • Hyderabad: KFC Gachibowli
  • Chennai: KFC Arcot Road
  • Gurgaon: Ambience Mall
  • Chandigarh: Elante Mall
  • Kochi: Lulu International Shopping Mall
  • Bangalore: Hypercity Brookfield, Signature Mall, Central Mall


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