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Drones at Heathrow Airport (2). The government announces new act

Critics raise doubts about air traffic management capabilities

After the yesterday closure of London-Heathrow airport for about an hour due to the sighting of a drone in the airspace, the Minister for the Cabinet Office David Lidington -interviewed by "ITV"- explained how the British government is trying to strengthen as much as possible the legislation on the use of remotely controlled aircraft by making the penalties more severe if they were used illegally....

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