Air traffic resumes at Newark Airport following drone sighting

WASHINGTON - Reports of two drone sightings in northern New Jersey temporarily halted arrivals at Newark Liberty International Airport on Tuesday, an Federal Aviation Administration spokesman said on Tuesday.
An FAA spokesman said flights into Newark were temporarily suspended after two drones were seen flying at 3,500 feet over nearby Teterboro Airport.
The FAA said the situation has since been resolved and air traffic to and from the airport has resumed.