Drone briefly shuts down operations at Dublin airport

Thu 21 Feb 2019 at 16:00 International
NNA - Flight operations at Dublin airport were briefly suspended on Thursday due to the confirmed sighting of a drone over the airfield, Irelands largest airport said, the first time such disruption has been caused at an Irish airport.

Dublin airport told passengers on its Twitter page that it had suspended operations at 1149 GMT, before resuming 15 minutes later.

The flying of drones over Britains second-busiest airport, Londons Gatwick, sparked 36 hours of travel chaos last December while flights at Dubai International Airport were temporarily grounded last week due to suspected drone activity.--REUTERS


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