Flights suspended at Britain’s Gatwick airport after reports of drones

FILE PHOTO: The air traffic control tower at Gatwick Airport is seen through fields in southern England, Britain, October 9, 2016. REUTERS/Toby Melville

(Reuters) – Flights at London’s Gatwick airport remained suspended early on Thursday, five hours after the UK’S second-busiest airport halted them to investigate reports of two drones flying over its airfield, inconveniencing passengers days before the Christmas holiday period. Planes were unable to depart, while a number of flights scheduled to land were diverted to […]

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