Ryanair chief executive Michael O’Leary has labelled Ireland’s transport minister Eamon Ryan as “incompetent” and demanded he “take action or resign” after drones forced Dublin Airport to stop flights for a sixth time in 2023. The Dublin-based airline said it had to divert three Dublin-bound flights to Belfast and Shannon, after the airport halted flights for around 30 minutes on the evening of March 2 after a drone was seen in the area. O’Leary told Ireland’s public broadcaster RTÉ on March 3 that it should be “easy” for the airport to have the authority and technology to “disable drones”. Ryan
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