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A pilot feared that a UFO was going to crash into an Airbus 320 at 34,000 feet in the sky. The object described as a cigar or rugby ball shaped was bright silver and metallic. The flying object seemed to be directly coming at him and made him duck fearing it had struck the plane. Please click on article to read more of this amazing story

MIRROR WEBSITE: A terrified airline pilot ducked to avoid a UFO he feared was going to smash into his plane at 34,000ft.

The captain of the packed Airbus A320 spotted the silver object heading straight for the cockpit as his plane flew above Berkshire. He was looking out of the left window a split second before the bizarre incident READ MORE: http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/weird-news/pilot-ducks-sees-ufo-heading-2952440  

THE WEEK: AVIATION authorities have been left baffled after a UFO in the shape of a rugby ball reportedly passed within a few feet of a passenger jet near Heathrow Airport.  A pilot on the A320 Airbus reported the near miss to air traffic controllers, prompting an investigation. However, no one has been able to identify the object READ MORE: http://www.theweek.co.uk/uk-news/56717/ufo-spotted-berkshire-skies-leaves-investigators-baffled

DAILY MAIL ONLINE: A passenger jet came within 300ft of colliding with an unidentified flying object, an official probe has heard. Despite an investigation, the UK Airprox Board – which examines reports of near misses – could not explain the ‘blue and yellow’  object which passed under the  Airbus 320. The incident happened on December 2 last year over Baillieston, 13 miles east of Glasgow Airport, at around 3500ft READ MORE: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2317156/Airbus-pilot-moment-passenger-plane-came-close-crashing-UFO-flying-Glasgow.html

 

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Comments
  1. The flash of light you saw in the sky was not a UFO, it was swamp gas from a weather balloon which was trapped in a thermal pocket and reflected the light from Venus.

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