Gatwick Airport

Police say they are working with witness accounts of drone sightings following widespread disruption at Britain's second biggest airport.
The drone will undergo “fast-tracked” forensic examination in a bid to trace the perpetrators
Despite a confirmed sighting of a drone, airlines are reassured by military measures.
Over 32 hours of disruption affected 115,000 passengers.
The laws regulating drones simply haven’t kept up with the commercial popularity of the devices
From hacking to "burning" them from the sky.
It's "freezing" and families with infants are sleeping on floors.
Thousands of people have been stranded at one of the UK’s busiest airports because of several drones spotted in the area. Sussex Police reported that the drones were “a deliberate act to disrupt the airport” but they are not treating it as terror-related