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Rejsekaos in the big airport up to christmas: the Tag is not there

thousands and Thousands julepassagerer can not get away from England's second largest airport, Gatwick, because one or more unknown persons are know to fly big

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Rejsekaos in the big airport up to christmas: the Tag is not there

thousands and Thousands julepassagerer can not get away from England's second largest airport, Gatwick, because one or more unknown persons are know to fly big drones over the airport.

It reports several british media.

the Planes have been kept on the ground since Wednesday, when the drone first appeared, and on Friday morning urged the passengers still to keep away from the airport.

indeed, There is no reason to take off to Gatwick at present, the security staff can not yet say, when planes can get in the air.


the Authorities in England to report that the drones, which are to show up at the airport, is significantly larger, than the ones you usually can buy.

- We think, it is some, which are either homemade or made at home, says Jason Tingley, who is the local superintendent, to Sky News.

the Authorities have struggled to get the drones down since they appeared for the first time on Wednesday night around at 22 Danish time. Alone on Thursday night, they had been seen over 50 times in 24 hours over the airport.


Gatwick airport has been trying to open for traffic several times since Wednesday, when the airport closed.

But every time the drones appeared out of the blue again. It is unknown where they come from, and who controls them.

Now considering the police, if you will have to shoot the exceptionally large drones down.

- But we'll have to consider it carefully, for other people can be within the scope of our possible shot, says Jason Tingley.

Gatwick, Europe's eighth busiest airport, and Easyjet has cancelled all its flights to and from the area, like hundreds of other incoming flights have been diverted to other airports - even to Paris.

About 110,000 passengers on the 760 aircraft should be flown Thursday from the airport.

Extra Magazine follows the case.

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