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Flights Resume After Possible Drone Sighting At Heathrow

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All flights have resumed at Heathrow Airport in London after earlier reports of a drone sighting.

The airport said it was working with police to prevent any threat to operational safety.

One of its two runways was closed and all departures were stopped as a precautionary measure while an investigation took place.

In a tweet, the airport has apologised to passengers for the inconvenience.

It's not known if a drone was found.

There was massive disruption at nearby Gatwick Airport in the run up to Christmas, after a number of drone sightings saw thousands of flights cancelled.


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