A drone shut England's largest airport for 30 hours this . Police think "eco-" operated the drone and are looking for . These activists protest to raise awareness of environmental . The drone stopped from leaving the UK's Gatwick Airport over two days. The airport had to close its . Over 120,000 travellers were affected. Many of them were going for Christmas. Instead, they had to sleep on the airport floor or find flights from other . Some passengers spent nine hours sitting on a plane near the boarding .
The police are talking about to stop other people using drones to cause . They are worried drones could attack airports, power stations and other buildings. Police were in "a game of cat and " with the drone. They said: "When we look to reopen the , the drone reappears ." This happened many times. The police and the British Army couldn't find the drone's . The police are worried a drone could cause a to crash. The operator of the drone could be given five years in .