The departures area in the South Terminal at Gatwick Airport, where large queues formed after drones caused the airport to shut down for more than a day in December 2018. Photo: Xinhua The departures area in the South Terminal at Gatwick Airport, where large queues formed after drones caused the airport to shut down for more than a day in December 2018. Photo: Xinhua
The departures area in the South Terminal at Gatwick Airport, where large queues formed after drones caused the airport to shut down for more than a day in December 2018. Photo: Xinhua
Aviation

Gatwick drone ‘attack’ could have been inside job, say police

  • Airport closed for more than a day in December, causing travel chaos, after reports of drone sightings

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The departures area in the South Terminal at Gatwick Airport, where large queues formed after drones caused the airport to shut down for more than a day in December 2018. Photo: Xinhua The departures area in the South Terminal at Gatwick Airport, where large queues formed after drones caused the airport to shut down for more than a day in December 2018. Photo: Xinhua
The departures area in the South Terminal at Gatwick Airport, where large queues formed after drones caused the airport to shut down for more than a day in December 2018. Photo: Xinhua
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