Monday 23 September 2019

11 novel suggestions on how to solve Gatwick’s drone problem

#SuggestGatwickDroneSolutions.

The closure of the UK’s second busiest airport has disrupted the travel plans of more than 120,000 people (John Stilwell/PA)
The closure of the UK’s second busiest airport has disrupted the travel plans of more than 120,000 people (John Stilwell/PA)

By Edd Dracott, Press Association

Gatwick Airport’s runway has been closed almost constantly since two drones were spotted flying inside its perimeter at 9pm on Wednesday.

The closure of the UK’s second busiest airport has disrupted the travel plans of more than 120,000 people, and has been one of the top trends on Twitter in the UK since.

With no indication yet on when the airport will be able to reopen, some of the chatter on social media has turned to novel ways of solving the drone problem.

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