UFO Reported To Air Traffic Control at Port Elizabeth, South Africa

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December 16, 2016 > SilentCircle > Uncategorized > From rnews.co.za

nstitute (NSRI) in Port Elizabeth was requested by Air Traffic Control to investigate the sighting of an unidentified flying object – commonly called UFO.

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“A Boeing 737 cargo aircraft Captain and Co-Pilot, flying from Cape Town International Airport to Port Elizabeth International Airport, reported seeing what appeared to be a green object increasing in altitude past the cockpit of their aeroplane reaching to about a thousand feet into clouds above them and then returning towards earth at high speed past the cockpit of the aeroplane,” said NSRI spokesperson, Craig Lambinon.

“The sighting was reported to Air Traffic Control at Port Elizabeth International Airport, who requested NSRI’s assistance to investigate the possibility that an aircraft or craft may be in difficulty.

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