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Disruption caused by drones being flown at Dublin Airport is "reasonably easy" to fix, Ryanair's chief executive, Michael O'Leary has said.

Mr O'Leary called on the Irish government to give the airport the power to disable drones with specific technology.

Three flights were diverted to Belfast and Shannon on Thursday after Dublin had to suspend operations due to drones.

However, Ireland's Minister for Transport Eamon Ryan said it would take a number of weeks before anti-drone technology would be up and running.

"This is completely unacceptable. Dublin Airport is the only major EU airport that for six times in the last six weeks has been shut by illegal drone activity," Mr O'Leary told RTÉ's Morning Ireland programme.

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