Wednesday, October 20, 2010

UFO New York 2010: Were Flights Delayed Due To New York UFO Sightings?

Balloons Over New York

     UFO New York 2010: Were Flights Delayed Due To New York UFO Sightings? Following the reports of UFO over Manhattan, New York City sightings on October 13, 2010, the Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) said that nothing had actually appeared on their radar. Later it was learned that a school in the nearby Mt Vernon had released several party balloons in the sky.

This has made many media sources to claim that this might have solved the mystery behind the New York UFOs. However, the media sources covering the 2010 New York UFO sightings have failed to bring up the fact that from 6:45 pm of the October 13, the FAA had closed down its air operations at the three New York airports for about an hour, reports

The FAA on the other hand claims that the flight delays were because of “gas smell” from the FAA radar facility in Westbury. The mysterious gas smell, led to the closing of the radar facility and the evacuation of the radar technicians. This coincides with the time when UFOs were spotted over the Manhattan sky. It is speculated that the UFOs might have impeded with the radar equipment, and if so then the FAA might be covering up the actual facts behind the UFOs over the New York City.

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