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Drone no-fly zone to be widened after Gatwick chaos

drone no-fly zone to be widened after gatwick chaos
It will be illegal to fly a drone within three miles of an airport, following drone disruption at Gatwick.
BBC News - Published Also reported by •BBC Local News

Heathrow drone: George Rusu charged with flying device near airport days after Gatwick chaos

38-year-old allegedly used a remote-controlled aircraft on a field near the runway
Independent - Published

Man charged over Heathrow drone incident days after Gatwick chaos 

Telegraph.co.uk - Published

Drone radars should have been used at airports sooner, expert warns after Gatwick chaos 

drone radars should have been used at airports sooner, expert warns after gatwick chaos 
Professor Iain Gray, chairman of the Drones Industry Action Group, said Gatwick’s drone chaos last month was not an ‘unforeseen incident’.
MailOnline - Published

Heathrow and Gatwick chaos illustrates drones threat

UK airports face challenge in countering the largely untraceable vehicles
FT.com - Published

Britain to expand drone exclusion zone after Gatwick chaos

Britain will extend a drone exclusion zone five-fold and give police new powers against lawbreaking operators, the government said on Monday, after sightings last month paralyzed the nation's second..
Reuters - Published

UK to test counter-drone tech to avoid repeat of Gatwick chaos

FT.com - Published

Scottish airports seek to counter drone threat

scottish airports seek to counter drone threat
BBC Local News: Glasgow and West Scotland -- Edinburgh Airport plans to strengthen security and police step up perimeter patrols after Gatwick chaos.
BBC Local News - Published Also reported by •BBC News

Gatwick and Heathrow airports to invest millions in anti-drone technology

Move comes after sightings of flying machines near Gatwick caused chaos to 140,000 passengers as flights were grounded in run-up to Christmas
Independent - Published

Police chief 'really sorry' for couple arrested over Gatwick chaos

THE Chief Constable of Sussex Police has said he feels “really sorry” for a couple who felt “violated” after being held for 36 hours before being cleared of involvement of the disruption of..
The Argus - Published

Government must 'up game' to combat drone threat after Gatwick chaos, Met Police chief Cressida Dick says

Security services around the world grappling with how to deal with drones, police chief says
Independent - Published

After Gatwick chaos, UK minister says detection systems can combat drones

Britain's security forces have detection systems that can be deployed throughout the country to combat the threat of drones, security minister Ben Wallace said on Monday, after three days of disruption..
Reuters - Published

Clueless! Calls for inquiry into police probe on Gatwick drone chaos

Police have been slammed for their investigation into the Gatwick chaos after they held a married couple for nearly two days, before admitting 'there may never have been a drone.'
MailOnline - Published

It took 19 hours for these Cambridge schoolchildren to get home thanks to Gatwick chaos

it took 19 hours for these cambridge schoolchildren to get home thanks to gatwick chaos
Gatwick airport had to ground flights after drones were spotted near the runway, affecting about 140,000 passengers
Cambridge News - Published

Gatwick chaos highlights the risks of the drone

Lawmakers are struggling to keep up with the pace of innovations
FT.com - Published

Gatwick chaos: how can you stop a drone?

The FT's Martin Coulter looks at options for removing drones from no-fly zones
FT.com - Published

Gatwick chaos involves couple who face cancelling their wedding in Morocco

gatwick chaos involves couple who face cancelling their wedding in morocco
Bride-to-be Tayo Abraham and her partner Ope Odedine were due to fly from London Gatwick to Marrakesh in Morocco on Wednesday alongside nine family and friends.
MailOnline - Published

Police prepared to shoot down drone as Gatwick chaos continues into a third day - latest news 

Telegraph.co.uk - Published

IATA urges action on 'rogue drones' after Gatwick chaos

Global airline body IATA called on Thursday for steps to reduce the risk of rogue drone operations including a registry of higher caliber drones, bigger fines, and jail sentences after flights were..
Reuters - Published

Scots passengers in Gatwick chaos offered FREE rail travel after drone sparks cancellations

London North Eastern Railway are offering free travel for people between Scotland and London.
Daily Record - Published

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