New regulations for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles came into effect in Ireland on 21 December last. In this video, Oisín and Gearóid from iFly Technology summarise the regulations and their impact for users of drones and RPAS (Remotely Piloted Aerial Systems). Irish Drone & RPAS Regulation February 2016 from iFly Technology on Vimeo. HT: Paul Kelly.
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Ryanair announced a couple of days ago that they had been granted permission by the Irish Aviation Authority to let passengers leave their “personal electronic devices” or PEDs on throughout their flights: Ryanair, Ireland’s favourite airline, today (6 Feb) confirmed that all Ryanair customers may – with immediate effect – use their PEDs (including tablets, […]
The last few months has seen European and US airlines and aviation authorities change their tune on the use of electronic devices during takeoff and landing. Writing in the Irish Independent this week, Adrian Weckler reports that neither Ryanair nor Aer Lingus say they have any plans to submit updated procedures to the Irish Aviation […]