The abolition of the aircraft at 36 hours and the abolition of the airport at Gatwick ended last month after the British Army deployed antidote technology to Israel.
In that case, in some way, you missed one of the biggest drone stories of 2018, more than 140,000 passengers were delayed and 1000 flights were diverted or abolished from August 19 to 21, a month later when Drone or Drones escaped Gatwick airport for several reasons.
The British army brought an expensive Israeli anti-drone system and rumored to fly. Forbes reported in August 2018 that Britain paid a million pounds to the Israeli-produced Drone Dome System, Rafael Advanced Defense – a system that intends to defend drones enemies in space.
It works on a UAV that determines unauthorized location, radio frequency that disables communication between the pilot and the UAV, which are not capable of flying.
- The British police did not have an incident that accused two airplanes near the airport
- They have searched 26 sites near Gatwick so far
- Sky News has reported that the British are investigating "significant needs" of 115 witnesses, including "credible tokens" 93, riders, airport workers and police.
- Despite the sophisticated technology deployed by the army, there is no suspect in the custody. The police do not know the drone model or factory.
- Gatwick Airport receives £ 50,000 ($ 63,500 USD) for information on arrests and conviction
- The cause of the drone fleeing on the aircraft is still unknown
- The police chief Sussex admits that the police could be whirlwind (now that's not that laugh)
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