London’s Gatwick airport reopens again, police make two arrests

Passengers wait in the queue for check-in in the South Terminal building at Gatwick Airport, after the airport reopened to flights following its forced closure because of drone activity, in Gatwick, Britain, December 21, 2018. REUTERS/Toby Melville

LONDON, England (Reuters) – London’s Gatwick Airport reopened on Friday after a mystery saboteur wrought 36 hours of travel chaos for more than 100,000 Christmas travelers by using drones to play cat-and-mouse with police snipers and the army. Sussex police made two arrests late on Friday in connection with the disruption and urged the public […]

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