Two commercial pilots flying over the Arizona desert claim that, according to a radio broadcast by the Federal Aviation Administration,
Pilot Learjet and American Airlines pilot saw this facility on Feb. 24 and broadcast the regional air traffic controller in Albuquerque.
“Was anyone over us who passed us 30 seconds ago?” Learjet pilot
he said in a brief exchange.
“Negative,” the air traffic controller replied.
“All right,” said the pilot. “Something happened.”
“UFO!” someone responded quickly.
“Yeah,” the pilot said with a laugh.
A few minutes later, the FAA controller informed the US airline that flew in the area, according to the FAA Record.
“American 1095, uh, let me know if something goes on in the next, uh, 15 miles,” said the air traffic controller.
Do you know if something goes by? “The pilot replied.
“American 1095,” says the Managing Director. “We had an airplane in front of us, which reported that something was going on, and we had no goals. So, uh, let me know if you’ll see something going on around you.”
“All right,” said the pilot.
In a short time, pilot radio control also controls a mysterious object.
It’s American 1095. Yeah, something has just passed around us, “said the pilot. I do not know what it was, but at least two and three thousand feet above us. Yeah, it went through us. ”
US airlines have sent all the questions to the FAA.
It is not clear whether the subject is a UFO. The FAA spokesman has suggested that the subject may not necessarily be something of this world.
“We have close working relationships with a number of other agencies, and we safely handle military aircraft and civilian aircraft of all types in the area every day, including balloons with high altitude,” said the FAA spokesman.
The director was unable to verify whether another aircraft was at that time, the FAA said.
Was it a weather balloon?
The pilot said he did not believe he could be a weather balloon.
When the air regulator asked more about the object, American Airlines pilot said he was not sure “whether it was a balloon or not.”
He described it as “a great reflection” and “traveled a few thousand feet above us and went in the opposite direction.”
A special meeting took place near Roswell, New Mexico – a city that became synonymous with extraterrestrial activity in 1947 after announcing that a flying object had collapsed in the field.
The authorities said it was a weather balloon, but it did not stop many Americans from coming up with their own theories outside of this world.