UFOs Shutdown Airports in Turkey and Taiwan

PARABNORMAL NEWS — Unidentified flying objects over two airports have caused temporary shutdowns over the past few days.

A pilot of a passenger plane arriving at Turkey’s Gaziantep Airport early Saturday morning notified air traffic controllers of an unidentified flying object on radar at an altitude of about 9,000′. The airport shut down for 12 hours and dozens of flights were cancelled while authorities investigated.

Then on Monday morning at Taoyuan International Airport in Taiwan, a commercial pilot reported a UFO at only 1,000′. The airport was shut down for over a half hour.

Officials have been unable to identify either of the objects.

There have been many UFO sightings at airports over the years including at Chicago’s O’Hare in 2006 and a series in China in 2010 not to mention the countless pilots who have seen them in the air.

Related | Unidentified Lights Reported By Canadian Flight Crews

Sources: 1) Report: Turkish airport suspends flights for 12 hours following ‘UFO sighting’, 2) Unidentified flying object causes flight disruption at Taoyuan Airport

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