The Irish Aviation Authority (IAA), the Department of Agriculture and the Revenue Commissioners have granted the necessary clearances for Santa Claus to use traditional airspace, the media were told.
Santa Claus is expected to arrive around midnight on December 24 and early morning on December 25 local time. The Air Force will coordinate with other air traffic to facilitate the sleigh’s passage through Irish airspace on Christmas night.
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Apart from that, the Revenue Commissioners have also relaxed certain restrictions to allow distribution of toys. The Department of Agriculture has also given special permission regarding Santa’s reindeer. The new announcement is that they do not need to be quarantined before entering the country.
Dublin airport authorities have also stated that air traffic control has been introduced on Christmas Eve as part of the celebrations. Officials have announced that operations at Dublin Airport will be suspended once the last flight arrives at 11 p.m. The airport authorities have also informed that the skies will clear for the arrival of Santa’s vehicle.
Every year in the run-up to Christmas, the Irish government issues official announcements for the arrival of Santa Claus. In addition to Santa’s arrival, a weather warning has also been issued.
The Prime Minister was replying to the questions of the Members of Parliament. The Prime Minister’s words about allowing Santa Claus to enter Irish airspace have gone viral on social media.
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Meanwhile, many airlines also started advertising for Santa Claus. The seats left for Santa have also been discussed in the social media.
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