The pizzamaker carried out a demonstration delivery by drone in Auckland today, and afterwards said it aimed to launch a regular service in late 2016.
Amazon and Google are among companies looking to make deliveries by drone, and aviation authorities in the US, the UK, Australia and New Zealand have been relaxing rules for this purpose.
Last month, US convenience store chain 7-Eleven trialled the first single commercial drone delivery of coffee, doughnuts and a chicken sandwich.
Don Meij, the chief executive of Domino’s Pizza Enterprises, said: “We’ve always said that it doesn’t make sense to have a 2-tonne machine delivering a 2kg order.”
Last year, New Zealand became one of the first countries to allow commercial drone deliveries. Speaking after the Domino’s test flight, the transport minister, Simon Bridges, said: “Our enabling laws and regulation means we have the ideal environment.”
But Philip Solaris, the director of drone company X-craft Enterprises, said Domino's could be hampered by a rule requiring drones to be kept in sight at all times.