Third time’s the charm?
A major (Chinese) airport was forced to shut down to prevent packed passenger jets crashing into a UFO. The “flat and tubular” object hovered two miles from Bootee in Inner Mongolia, a part of China.
Astonished officials say it then zoomed in to circle the airport before suddenly vanishing.
Three flights from Chinese cities Beijing and Shanghai were diverted to nearby airports.
It is the third mysterious UFO sighting this year to have resulted in Chinese airfields being closed.
Xiaoshan, in Zhejiang province, shut for a few days in July after an “oddly-shaped, twinkling bright light” was seen nearby.Another scare was reported earlier in the summer at Hong Kong.
The latest UFO was spotted by air traffic controllers in Inner Mongolia’s capital Hoot on radar screens. But they could not make radio contact with it and immediately warned Bootee. A spokeswoman said: “To guarantee security, aircraft had to land at secondary airports. Otherwise, it may have led to collision.”
via The Sun |News.
- UFO closes Chinese airport (telegraph.co.uk)
- UFO Causes Delay at Mongolian Airport (weirdasianews.com)
- Another Airport Shut Down by UFO (ufos.about.com)
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