Dublin Airport’s general manager, DAA, is awaiting final approval from communications authorities before implementing anti-drone devices.
Drone raids at Dublin Airport have disrupted and delayed thousands of passengers in recent weeks, prompting the government to issue an order allowing the DAA to use devices to shoot them down or take them to a safe area.
The DAA confirmed on Friday that it had purchased the equipment and trained firefighters at Dublin Airport in its use.
The state-owned company is awaiting final approval for its use by communications regulator ComReg because the device uses radio signals.
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