Unidentified object detected in US airspace between Phoenix and Cincinnati on February 21, 2021 and confirmed by American Airlines and FBI
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A pilot who almost crashed into an unidentified flying object has recalled the incident in a report that shocked the world.
The American Airlines pilot claimed he saw a long cylindrical object fly over New Mexico exactly a year ago.
Both the pilot and the FBI confirmed that flight AA 2292 nearly missed with a UFO on February 21, 2021.
The plane was traveling between Cincinnati and Phoenix when the strange event occurred just before 9pm local time, reports Daily Star.
It quickly became one of the most significant UFO sightings of the year, becoming one of several driving experts to push the US government to be more transparent about investigations of extraterrestrial life. pure.
The unexplained incident led the pilot to contact Albuquerque air traffic control to request information when he was asked if they had a “target” in the air.
In an audio clip on the radio, he added: “We just had something go through our heads.
“I hate to say this but it looked like a long cylindrical object almost like a cruise missile moving very fast right over our heads.”
American Airlines initially denied the report.
However, a company spokesman confirmed the incident in a statement that read: “Following our conversations with our flight crew and additional information received, we can confirm the transmission. This radio is from American Airlines Flight 2292 on February 21.”
The Federal Aviation Administration added in their statement that air traffic controllers “did not see any objects in the area on their radar glass.”
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But this UFO sighting is quickly becoming one of the most important UFO sightings of 2021 as it is one of the reasons why experts are pushing for more transparency about the US government’s investigations. alien life.
In a Daily Star exclusive last September, unnamed pilots claimed they could lose their jobs for reporting sightings – although many had been sighted before.
One pilot said airline bosses were so hostile to ET’s claims that a colleague was asked for advice after reporting the UFO.
Another told Daily Star Sunday: “When someone says UFO, everyone thinks they’re referring to aliens but that’s not always the case, especially with the increase in activity. unmanned flight.
“Most pilots will use phrases like unidentified traffic or aerial phenomena. Nobody wants to say UFO. If you say UFO, people think you’re drunk, on drugs or mentally.”
Another pilot added: “Many aviation, self-sufficient and military pilots have encountered UFOs at high altitudes in the decades and before the internet.
“Encounters are reported internally and between colleagues and are rarely reported by the media.
“When you’re lucky enough to be an up-close witness, it’s a pretty serious deal actually. There’s an advantage to having office windows at 37,000ft.”
https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/weird-news/american-airlines-pilots-strange-ufo-26296105 The American Airlines pilot's strange UFO report is so detailed that it shakes experts