Flying and operating drones in Ireland is subject to European Union Regulation 2019/947. The Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) supervises and implements the Regulation in Ireland. The IAA also provides guidance for operating and flying drones in order to ensure public safety.
The Regulation allows registered operators and pilots to fly their drones across the EU. You must register as a drone operator if your drone weighs over 250 grams or if it has a camera or sensor. Registration as an operator costs €30 and is valid for two years. Register here now.
UAS ADVISORY MEMORANDA
|No.||Title||Date of issue||Type||Size|
|UAM 002||Guidance on PDRA-S01 & PDRA-S02 flight termination & impact reduction technical requirements||25 Nov 2021||
|UAM 004||Guidance on Insurance Requirements for UAS Operations||25 Nov 2021||
|UAM 003||Guidance on UAS Operator Registration for Complex Organisations||26 Nov 2021||
|UAM 005||Guidance on Fees Related to UAS Operations||08 Dec 2021||
|UAM 001||Index of Current Unmanned Aircraft System Advisory Memoranda||08 Dec 2021||
|UAM 007A||Guidance on PDRA Compliance Tables, Attachment A||15 Sep 2022||
|UAM 007||Guidance on PDRA Compliance Tables||15 Sep 2022||