In the film UFO, we are not alone, a clever university student believes that a mystery sighting of an unidentified flying object at his city's airport is truly an alien vessel.
Yet what draws the greatest attention in this clip is the official explanation provided by the police, that it was a drone. Strange things that prompt airport closures are really a common occurrence in a number of nations. (UFOs at Jorge Chávez Airport)
As in December 2018, when one of the most severe events of the year occurred: the more than twenty-four-hour shutdown of Gatwick Airport in the English county of Sussex. Officially, after many days of inquiry and the arrest of two individuals, it has been determined that they were drones. Once airport business returned to normal, however, the "drones'" history lacked credibility. Many witnesses at the airport reported that, despite the odd lighting, the objects were not drones. Nevertheless, the detained couple had no connection to the incident. However, the cops stated that these were not drones.
Now, it appears that history is repeating itself, this time at the Jorge Chávez International Airport in Callao, Peru, which is only 11 kilometers from Lima. (UFOs at Jorge Chávez Airport)
"We have company"
"Around 01:30, two UFOs are spotted west of the station from the tower at a height of roughly 9,000 feet. On occasion, one of the objects displays on the radar screen. "At 02:12 am, the objects are no longer visible from the control tower."
This is a section of an official report that was delivered on February 27 by the airport control tower operators of CORPAC (Peruvian Corporation of Airports and Commercial Aviation), the private business responsible for air traffic control services at Jorge International Airport. Chávez(UFOs at the Jorge Chávez)
Nobody anticipated, however, that on Wednesday, February 27 CORPAC would certify the appearance of two Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (FANI) on runway 33 of the international airport, which were observed, among others, by the ground crews of two planes flying the routes Lima-Cordoba and Lima-Quito.
Even though he was not a firsthand witness to the UFOs, the renowned Peruvian ufologist Anthony Choy corroborated the accuracy of the control tower's testimony.
Choy stated in an interview, "In the 19 years that I have been examining these issues, this is the first time there has been an official report; this is a first in our country."
But, this is not the first time the Jorge Chávez International Airport has been forced to suspend operations owing to the appearance of unusual items on the runways. On February 12, 2017, for three hours, all flights were canceled. Unfortunately, there was no official report and the media did not cover the incident until ufologist Mario Zegarra published CORPAC's internal records. February 7 witnessed a second UFO event at the airport.
Unsurprisingly, drones were the first topic of discussion. Due to their altitude (about 9,000 feet) and the length of time they might remain stationary, they are probably not civilian drones if this is the case (at least 42 minutes and some reports say it was more like an hour). In addition, a big international airport with 22 million passengers per year, such as Jorge Chavez, would have asked assistance from the military or the police if personal drones had jeopardized air traffic.
Hence, the question arises: were these military drones? Without question, military drones could operate at that altitude. That might also explain why the army was not contacted for assistance. If the sighting occurred during a period of low activity in the middle of the night, it may be a maneuver. We are confident that this explanation may persuade even the most cynical, yet many think that airports throughout the world are home to some form of alien activity.
There may be a variety of reasons, but it is plausible that they are preparing for a stealthy invasion by stationing their ships in strategic locations before launching the assault. The fact is that everything is conceivable at this time.
What are your thoughts? What is the real cause of these accidents at airports throughout the globe?