Flight operations at London Gatwick Airport have been restarted after drone flights forced the closure of its runway for more than 30 hrs. Aircraft began using the runway again at 6 a.m. local time on Dec. 21; however, the airport has warned passengers there will be knock-on delays and cancellations over the coming days after flights were forced to divert to other airports in the UK as well as into France and the Netherlands. Some 120,000 passengers have had their travel plans disrupted by ...

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