Joining a growing list of companies that aspire to bear customer articles by drone, Domino’s today launched its bartering drone commitment account in New Zealand.

The activity is a affiliation amid Domino’s and Flirtey — a drone commitment startup — and it’s set to launch later this year in test markets. Not every pizza will be delivered by drone, however. Domino’s is committed to testing the account alongside acceptable deliveries via car or scooter, at least for now.

Not all menu items will be acceptable for drone commitment and those that are will only be delivered by sky if they’ll abatement the wait time over a acceptable means of transportation.

According to Domino’s Group chief controlling and managing administrator Don Meij:

With the added number of deliveries we make each year, we were faced with the claiming of ensuring our commitment times abide to abatement and that we strive to offer our barter new and accelerating ways of acclimation from us.

According to Meij, the aggregation had been attractive into drone commitment for some time, saying it didn’t make sense to bear a two kilogram order using a two ton machine.

If successful, the aggregation wants to extend the account to six other markets — Australia, Belgium, France, The Netherlands, Japan and Germany.