There are delays at Dubai International Airport today after reports of unauthorised drone activity.
Flights were suspended for around half an hour, but have now resumed.
Some flights were delayed for an hour or more due to the issue.
Staff say they're working with the appropriate authorities to make sure the airport is safe, while minimising any inconvenience to travellers.
In a statement, government officials said: "Dubai Airports confirm that operations at Dubai International are back to normal after less than 30 minutes of delay due to unauthorised drone activity.
"Authorities warned that flying drones without obtaining permission is subject to legal liability as per UAE laws."
It's the latest airport to experience disruption due to reports of drone activity.
In the most significant incident, hundreds of flights to and from Gatwick Airport in England were cancelled in December.
Around 140,000 passengers were affected by the disruption, and almost all flights on December 20th were suspended.
Last month, arrivals were briefly halted at Newark Liberty Airport in the US following the reports of drone activity near the airport.