Friday, August 19, 2011

BREAKING UFO NEWS | UFO Disrupts Air Traffic at China's Jiangbei International Airport

China's Jiangbei International Airport
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By Frank Warren
The UFO Chronicles

CHONGQING, China—Once again, an Unidentified Flying Object, i.e., a UFO is responsible for air traffic being diverted and or delayed at an International Airport in China, according to reports from The Shanghai Daily.

Yesterday at about noon, a UFO was sighted over a runway, at the Jiangbei International Airport in Chongqing, affecting immediate action from air traffic controllers. All flights were restricted for about an hour, and several flights were diverted to other airports.

The restrictions were lifted when the object “left” the area according to The Daily; although the Chongqing government hasn’t offered an official explanation for the UFO event, airport authorities “played down” the emergency, evoking the “sky lantern” or “balloon” theories as possible explanations.

Last year as most readers will recall, a similar event took place at Xiaoshan Airport in Zhejiang's provincial capital of Hangzhou; that event caused quite a stir both in UFO circles, as well as being picked by the mainstream media.

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