Ireland’s ‘Dumb’ Drones are a threat to Irish skies

The Irish government says it’s concerned about drones flying over Irish airspace.

The Department of Civil Aviation says drone flights are a concern, as they pose a threat and a risk to public safety.

The drone is called the ‘Hawk’ and was introduced in June.

It can fly up to 300 metres in the air and flies at a speed of up to 400kmph.

The drones can carry up to 200kg of payload and can carry a payload of up, 25kg and up to 100kg.

It has been registered to a man named Daniel “Paddy” O’Donovan, of Newbridge in Co Antrim.

It is estimated the drone has been in use on the island for about four months.

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