LONDON (AP) - Officials at London's Heathrow Airport say flights are being allowed to take off again after departures were suspended due to a reported drone sighting.
The announcement came roughly 90 minutes after London's Metropolitan Police received a report about a drone sighting in the vicinity of Heathrow Airport on Tuesday.
Officials did not provide details about the suspension but said more information should be forthcoming. Heathrow said in a statement: "Based on standard operating procedures, working with Air Traffic Control and the Met Police, we have resumed departures out of Heathrow following a short suspension."
Police have not said whether the investigation confirmed a drone a drone actually flew near the airport.
Last month, Drones were spotted over Gatwick Airport outside London, forcing all flights to be grounded.
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