Amazon recently announced plans to start delivering packages via drones for the first time in both Italy and the U.K.

The retail giant said October 18 it will introduce autonomous aircraft delivery in the U.K. and Italy by late 2024, according to The Guardian. The organization also said that it hopes to deliver 500 million packages annually via drones by the end of the 2020s.

The company promised to “start with one site” in the U.K. and Italy before expanding “over time.” However, executives did not specifically say which country the program would be launched in first.

The announcement came around the same time that Amazon launched its new generation of drones at its Seattle, Washington headquarters.

“We are excited to announce the expansion of Prime Air delivery internationally, for the first time outside the U.S.,” said David Carbon, Amazon’s vice president of Prime Air. “We have built a safe, reliable delivery service and have partnered very closely with regulators and communities.”

Currently, the company’s drone-based services are only available at two small sites in Texas and California, where the program was launched less than a year ago. However, Amazon plans on adding a third American location in 2024.

“Amazon’s announcement today is a fantastic example of government and industry coming together to achieve our shared vision for commercial drones to be commonplace in the U.K. by 2030,” said Baroness Vere, the U.K. transport minister.