Flights into Stansted Airport in the UK were disrupted Tuesday morning after a Gulfstream G550 struck and damaged the airport’s instrument landing system (ILS) while landing in low visibility. The aircraft struck an ILS mast aerial on runway 04 at 0330 local time Dec. 10, putting the system out of service and disrupting inbound operations throughout the morning. A Stansted Airport spokesman confirmed the G550 landed safely and taxied to the stand under its own power, but there was ...

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