Gatwick Airport: ‘The last confirmed sighting was 10pm last night’ – BBC News
Gatwick Airport: ‘The last confirmed sighting was 10pm last night’ – BBC News Turn off confirm, searching which is before 10 last night and that we’ve made a lot of progress, even though it’s not a working hard with our partners and other forces and the airport Authority position today. So we have made a lot of progress, then. Is that? Because you’ve managed to get the Drone or arrest anybody. options now around the airport from a place, the spective in a much better position to respond to dragon sightings options, Utopia by technology to jammit. Well, I got to go into the details, but there are a range of options, are some of them very sophisticated and something less sophisticated for the position to respond to any of those options? Now it seems like when this first began on Wednesday evening. Nobody was prepared for it. Did you not have the kit that the the regulations that the power is ready to handle this? We do have a pre-planned response, which I am starting around the airport and send the number of dragonfly survey field in the last few hours. The last few days has been unprecedented national average side. We have hands minor incursions previous, we have responded to. Those really effectively has been unprecedented, the level of options available to respond to mitigate it, to detection to respond with, but I’m really confident now that we go everything that we could possibly have. Gatwick’s runway has reopened after drones in the airspace caused it to shut down for more than a day.
Police have been trying to identify and stop the drone operator since the airport shutdown began.
Despite dozens of sightings, the drone, which detectives think has been adapted to cause deliberate disruption, has not been found.
Asst Chief Constable Steve Barry from Sussex Police said that officers had “a number of options” to deal with the drone
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