Eamon Ryan moves on anti-drone technology to be deployed at Dublin Airport

The Transport Minister is to bring a memo to cabinet next week outlining the purchase and deployment of technology to end the disruption at Dublin Airport

Michael O’Leary, the Ryanair chief executive, said that had not taken enough action during previous periods of disruption. Picture: Getty Images

Eamon Ryan, the transport minister, is to bring a memo to cabinet next week about the deployment of anti-drone technology as a result of ongoing disruptions at Dublin Airport.

The memo will outline the preferred option for acquisition and will address the legal and regulatory framework required to bring the technology into operation.

The transport minister is meeting the DAA and Irish Aviation Authority after airlines called for urgent action following three flights were diverted ...