Flight operations have now resumed at Dublin Airport in Ireland, following an earlier drone sighting that disrupted flight operations for about 30 minutes.
The Dublin Airport temporarily suspended flight operations an hour ago due to drone activities in the vicinity of the airport.
All inbounds were on holding and Aer Lingus #EI283 was ordered to go-around but pilot himself did not see a drone. The last flight arrived at Dublin airport at 11.42am, while the last flight departed at at 11.30am. The
LIVE: All Dublin inbounds holding due to reports of a drone within the vicinity of the airport. Aer Lingus #EI283 was ordered to go-around but pilot himself did not see a drone. ATC awaiting resumption authorisation (via ATC). Listen: https://t.co/o8LPLW9DBm pic.twitter.com/wsbW1wcemi
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