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Airports have been unable to protect themselves from drones because the Government has failed to approve cutting-edge technology, it emerged on Friday night.

Gatwick Airport finally resumed flights on Friday but only after anti-drone systems were put in place, making it safe for aircraft to take off and land.

In response to the Gatwick crisis, the Government is understood to be planning to rush in new laws that would pave the way for airports to deploy hi-tech jamming and detection equipment.

A drones Bill, which was originally proposed more than a year ago, would enable airports to use technology that creates an "electronic fence" around them and disables the radio signals and GPS used by controllers...

Airports have been unable to protect themselves from drones because the Government has failed to approve cutting-edge technology, it emerged on Friday night.

Gatwick Airport finally resumed flights on Friday but only after anti-drone systems were put in place, making it safe for aircraft to take off and land.

In response to the Gatwick crisis, the Government is understood to be planning to rush in new laws that would pave the way for airports to deploy hi-tech jamming and detection equipment.

A drones Bill, which was originally proposed more than a year ago, would enable airports to use technology that creates an "electronic fence" around them and disables the radio signals and GPS used by controllers...

Airports have been unable to protect themselves from drones because the Government has failed to approve cutting-edge technology, it emerged on Friday night.

Gatwick Airport finally resumed flights on Friday but only after anti-drone systems were put in place, making it safe for aircraft to take off and land.

In response to the Gatwick crisis, the Government is understood to be planning to rush in new laws that would pave the way for airports to deploy hi-tech jamming and detection equipment.

A drones Bill, which was originally proposed more than a year ago, would enable airports to use technology that creates an "electronic fence" around them and disables the radio signals and GPS used by controllers...

Airports have been unable to protect themselves from drones because the Government has failed to approve cutting-edge technology, it emerged on Friday night.

Gatwick Airport finally resumed flights on Friday but only after anti-drone systems were put in place, making it safe for aircraft to take off and land.

In response to the Gatwick crisis, the Government is understood to be planning to rush in new laws that would pave the way for airports to deploy hi-tech jamming and detection equipment.

A drones Bill, which was originally proposed more than a year ago, would enable airports to use technology that creates an "electronic fence" around them and disables the radio signals and GPS used by controllers...