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Surrey passengers among thousands stranded as drones cause Gatwick Airport travel chaos

Surrey Mirror Thursday, 20 December 2018
Surrey passengers among thousands stranded as drones cause Gatwick Airport travel chaosOne resident, Claus Norgaard from Reigate, is unsure when he will be able to fly to Denmark to see his family.
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News video: Gatwick airport reopens after drone chaos grounded flights

▶ Gatwick airport reopens after drone chaos grounded flights 00:43

London's Gatwick Airport reopened on Friday after a rogue drone perpetrator wrought travel chaos for hundreds of thousands of Christmas travellers.

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