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Drones have caused one of the UK's busiest airports to close

Over 100,000 passengers a day fly to and from Gatwick Airport each day. Image: REUTERS/Toby Melville

Sarah Young

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Passengers wait around in the South Terminal building at Gatwick Airport after drones flying illegally over the airfield forced the closure of the airport, in Gatwick, Britain, December 20, 2018. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls - RC13EBAB5DC0
Passengers wait around in the South Terminal building at Gatwick Airport after drones flying illegally over the airfield forced the closure of the airport. Image: REUTERS/Peter Nicholls

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