UFO incursion forces Airspace Closure

UFO incursion forces Airspace Closure

China, 2011, airport, August 17

Reports are emerging from within China that within the last month a flattened cigar shaped UFO encroached upon airspace surrounding an airport in Inner Mongolia’s largest city, Baotou. While Chinese officials are declining comment, local reports state that the objects’ intrusion resulted in the diversion of 3 commercial flights from Beijing and Shanghai to nearby locations.




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According to local officials, there was a real a credible security threat posed to commercial air traffic by the UFO. Witnesses allegedly reported that the UFO, appearing as a tight elongated cluster of brightly flashing lights, silently approached at an incredible rate of speed from the south, entering into a wide sweeping arc above the airport before before suddenly vanishing.

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This is the second UFO sighting in and around China since July to reportedly result in a disruption of local air traffic. However in stark contrast to the earlier sighting, this UFO was reportedly sighted by controllers on radar screens at a control center in Hohhot, the capital of Inner Mongolia.

Contact with the UFO was attempted by controllers via radio, but when no acknowledgment of warnings was received, a warning was immediately sent to the affected airport near Baotou, Nei Mongol.

Purported video of the sighting is available, however the quality of the feed prevents this sighting from being definitely verified as genuine at this time.

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