Ok ThanksShould be ok to bring it on a plane, but you would need to verify with the airline you are flying. Batteries are usually the only potential problem area.
If you buy it in the US, you would have to ship it it to the US for warranty service.
I suggested the power up in the USA to save doing the FCC hack, but you are correct that he doesn’t have to.you dont need to power it at usa you will hack it later..
before your flights contact with your flight agency about the carried rules of drone in their plane.. i think you can carry it in cabin with you..
otherwise all the drones manufactured at china and dispatch to worlds.. so there is no different excluding fcc / ce modes.
Any DJI approved repair centre will be able to work on the drone, you will not have to ship it to America.
You won’t have any trouble taking it on a plane. Just make sure you carry on the batteries. When you power it up it will tell you that you’ve changed regions and prompt you to accept it. Easy.
And maybe the powerplugs are different? Not sure about the power outlets in Ireland
If I bought a mavic air in America and bring it home to Ireland,would everything be the same as it is from a different country?
Would it be ok to bring it on the plane?