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Drone registration is mandatory in Ireland in accordance with the Small Unmanned Aircraft (Drones) and Rockets Order S.I. 563 of 2015. All drones over 1kg must be registered. Click here for more information on drone registration. For those who have already registered, drone registration decals will be issued by post shortly.
In June 2019 the European Union published new drone regulations, which will come into force in the coming years. For the time being drones will continue to be regulated under national legislation. However, drone operators should make themselves familiar with the new EU-wide regulations, and in particular Regulation (EU) 947/2019, details of which can be found here.
March 2020 saw the publication of EASA's Easy Access Rules for Unmanned Aircraft Systems (Regulations (EU) 2019/947 and (EU) 2019/945), which can be found here.
The Small Unmanned Aircraft and Rockets Order applies to the majority of model aircraft/drones used in Ireland.