on 11-01-2019 20:06
Take special note of:
"To date, none of these reports have been confirmed, and there is no proof that any of these alleged incidents occurred"
11-01-2019 20:18 - edited 11-01-2019 20:19
This section of the article is also very relevant...
'This recent rash of unconfirmed drone sightings may reflect the power of suggestion more than actual use of drones at airports,” said Brendan Schulman, DJI Vice President of Policy & Legal Affairs. “As more airports and airlines use drones for their own inspection, surveying and security purposes, aviation stakeholders must determine how to respond to drone sightings in ways that help ensure safety but cause the least disruption. DJI stands ready to assist the industry with this important work.”
(There was a suggestion in one newspaper that the drone seen actually belonged to the airport police)