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Gatwick Airport

International airport in west sussex, england

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Nadeem Badshah
February 15, 2020
www.theguardian.com
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Mike Wright
January 15, 2020
The Telegraph
Heathrow Airport has installed a new drone-catching system in a bid to avoid future shutdowns like the one that crippled Gatwick.
Stephanie Mlot
January 15, 2020
Geek.com
Be careful where you fly your drone: The UK's busiest airfield can now detect and track unmanned aerial vehicles within its boundaries. Surveillance company Aveillant Limited this week announced deployment of anti-drone technology ...
Gareth Davies
December 20, 2019
The Telegraph
Those hoping to flee the vile British weather for some Christmas sun or the slopes could see their getaway plans washed out amid travel chaos affecting one of the country's busiest airports.
Sky
November 29, 2019
Sky News
The legislation aims to tackle drone-related incidents such as the one which caused chaos at Gatwick Airport last year.
Charles Hymas
October 20, 2019
The Telegraph
Rogue drones will be brought down by "detect and destroy" technology under plans for a new national counter-drone force to prevent Gatwick-style disruption, ministers have announced.
September 16, 2019
WebWire
By Simon Wingrove, Direcor of Strategy and Incubation at BT Many will recall the Gatwick Airport drone incident that occurred late last year. Over three days, drones were seen flying over airplane runways, causing hundreds of flights to delay or cancel, and displacing 140, 000 passengers. For Gatwick Airport, this caused major chaos, cementing this as the biggest disruption since ash from an Icelandic volcano shut down the Airport in 2010. Drones are one of the biggest technology innov...
BBC News
June 11, 2019
BBC News
The reusable cups can be dropped off at designated points before passengers board their planes.
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Gatwick's decision to suspend operations was taken after a risk assessment with police, authorities say.
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Drones were seen in, or close to, Gatwick's takeoff and landing zones in December, the BBC has learned.
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"Extensive searches" are being carried out in the area after reports of a drone halted flights on Tuesday.
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Departures at London's Heathrow airport were temporarily stopped after a drone was seen.
December 22, 2018
AP NEWS
LONDON (AP) -- The Latest on disruption at London's Gatwick Airport caused by drones (all times local): 2:35 a.m. UK police say two people have been arrested for suspected "criminal use of drones" in the Gatwick Airport case. Sussex police said early Saturday morning the two arrests were made at around 10 p.m. Friday night. Police did not release the age or gender of the two suspects and did not say where the arrests were made. The two have not been charged. Police have been searching for the drone operators since drones first appeared above the busy airport south of central London on Wednesday evening. Tens of thousands of travelers were stranded or delayed by the prolonged shutdown of the airport due to safety concerns. Flights resumed Friday morning except for a 70-minute hiatus when they were shut down after a drone was spotted Friday evening.
By GREGORY KATZ
December 22, 2018
AP NEWS
LONDON (AP) -- British police say two people were arrested early Saturday morning for suspected "criminal use of drones'" in the Gatwick Airport case that has created nightmarish holiday travel delays for tens of thousands of passengers. Sussex police did not release the age or gender of the two suspects arrested late Friday night and did not say where the arrests were made. The two have not been charged. Police Superintendent James Collis asked the public in the Gatwick area to remain vigilant.
By GREGORY KATZ
December 22, 2018
AP NEWS
LONDON (AP) -- London's Gatwick Airport was plagued by long lines and flight delays Saturday but no new drone sightings, allowing British officials to hope the worse was over after two people were arrested in connection with the drone invasion that had shut down the country's second-busiest airport. Check-in lines at Gatwick stretched the length of the departures hall as harried travelers tried to make good on Christmas plans upended by three days of extended shutdowns caused by drones being spotted over the airfield.
December 25, 2018
AP NEWS
JERUSALEM (AP) -- An Israeli technology company says its anti-drone system is drawing major interest after rogue unmanned aircraft sowed chaos at London's Gatwick Airport last week. The Israeli company Skylock is among a growing industry specializing in detecting and downing intruder drones by "jamming" them, or disrupting their frequencies. The company said Tuesday it saw a 40 percent spike in inquiries into its product since the Gatwick episode. Product manager Asaf Lebovitz said the company, which emerged to target militant drone use in Syria, has shifted focus to commercial applications and has been approached by airports in North America and Europe.
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The monitoring equipment will be installed at hotspots and restricted areas such as airports.
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Security minister Ben Wallace says those who use drones illegally can expect severe punishments.
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Who covers the extra costs as flights are disrupted - and other practical questions answered.
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Passengers are warned to expect more disruption after flights were grounded and diverted overnight.
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