"The people who got to Gatwick airport to close with the help of drones has not yet been found – and a great reward has been promised to the one who reveals them."
"A broken drones have been detected at the airport."
"the British police are still looking for the light and lantern for the guilty to drönarkaoset which closed the London Gatwick airport between Wednesday and Friday. The airport is appealing for the public's help and promises of £ 50,000, over a half a million dollars, to anyone who comes up with information leading to those responsible be hunted down and then flips."
"In a statement from the police also reveals that the 47-year-old man and 54-year-old woman who was arrested the other day have been released."
"the Couple live, according to the british media in the vicinity of Gatwick airport and was arrested after a tip from the public. They are suspected to not longer for anything."
"the Police have, however, another probable track: A broken drones have been found in connection to the airport. It is now being studied thoroughly by the police in search of clues, for example, from which the measurements have been verified."
"the Military put an end"
"It was last Wednesday that the drones the first time sighted in the vicinity of the airport runways, which forced a complete shutdown of the traffic. Both the police and the military were called in to try and stop the remote-controlled small spacecraft. It, however, continued to pop up drones with regular intervals, each time that an attempt was made to resume traffic."
"On Friday put the military into some form of technological measure that ensured that traffic could be resumed under secure conditions."
"a Total of over 100 000 passengers affected by delayed or cancelled flights."
"Corrected: In an earlier version of the text did not show that it is the airport that offers a reward."