UFO shuts down airports temporarily in ChinaOctober 6th, 2010 - 9:59 pm ICT by Aishwarya Bhatt
UFO’s have managed to create havoc in the Chinese air space. A few Chinese airports needed to be closed down for a brief period of time otherwise the aircrafts would have collided with the UFO’s.
One of the airports that was affected is located in Baotou, which is in Inner Mongolia. As the UFO’s were spotted in the airspace near the airport, so the airport temporarily shut down operations and thus many flights needed to be rescheduled and/or delayed. When the operations were suspended at the airport for around 1 hour, then there were 3 incoming flights from Shanghai and Beijing that needed to be delayed for a brief period of time.
As a result the flights flew around the airport till the airspace was clear of the UFO’s and the flight could land in safety. Several of the incoming flights needed to be re-routed to the neighboring cities of Ordos and Taiyuan.
There were also reports that the UFO’s could be seen on the radar of the airport, however the technicians at the airport didn’t make any radio contact with them. One of the airport spokesperson said that, “To guarantee security, aircraft had to land at secondary airports. Otherwise, it may have led to collision.”
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