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Gatwick Airport suspends flights after drone sightings

Wales Online Thursday, 20 December 2018
Gatwick Airport suspends flights after drone sightingsPassengers are being diverted to Wales and then it is a £350 taxi ride to the London airport
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News video: Drone Sightings Cause Travel Disruption at London's Gatwick Airport

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London’s Gatwick Airport was closed following reports of drones flying over the airfield on the night of December 19.Some flights were cancelled and others were diverted to nearby airports, forcing passengers to wait for hours in the terminal and on planes.In a statement released on Twitter on...

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