GrabFood Copter

If you’re craving the best chicken rice, chilli crab or fried kuay teow, there’s only one place you should get it from—Singapore. Short of taking a drive down or a bus across the Causeway, or perhaps fly down, it’s close to impossible for most. Or is it? The great news is that GrabFood is extending is on-demand delivery service to include helicopter deliveries starting next Monday.

Whether you’re Malaysian or Singaporean craving for that succulent, perfectly poached Hainanese chicken, GrabFoodCopter has it covered.

The new service will deliver your food by air all the way from Singapore. Actual delivery times may be subject to weather and air traffic conditions, and may be at risk of cancellations or delay if Malaysia closes its airspace to Singaporean aircraft.

No pricing has been revealed yet but GrabFood is opening the service up for beta-testing. You can sign up as a beta-tester here, limited to the first 1,500 respondents.

It’s fantastic to see Grab taking on-demand food delivery to new heights.

Introducing GrabFoodCopter!

[[UPDATE]] – We have found 1500 beta-testers for GrabFoodCopter. Thank you for signing up. Everyone else, stay tuned on Monday for our launch. Introducing: GrabFoodCopter, satisfying your every craving near or far! We’re launching soon and are looking for beta testers for GrabFoodCopter, so if you’re interested to have all your favourites delivered to your doorstep from literally anywhere via helicopter, sign up.

Posted by GrabFood on Khamis, 28 Mac 2019

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