Two pilots say they witnessed a UFO while flying just above Arizona, audio reveals



UFO spotted by two pilots over Arizona

The FAA broadcast of the pilots seemingly spotting a UFO while flying over Arizona.

Two pilots claim to be a UFO flew near them, while they were on a journey across Arizona last month, newly released audio recordings revealed.

The Federal Aviation Administration released the radio broadcast of the event, in which two pilots of the individual flights can be heard asking air traffic control Center in Albuquerque if everyone flew above them, The Phoenix Times reported.

The first pilot was flying a Learjet Phoenix Air and reported that something flew the aircraft around 3:30 a.m. local time on Feb. 24.


“Was anyone above us that our past like 30 seconds ago?” the pilot asked the operators, audio revealed. The FAA responded with a “negative.”

After the call, the Albuquerque Center warned a in the vicinity of American Airlines aircraft to watch for a rogue object. Moments after the warning, the pilot of American Airlines Flight 1095 through the radio in that something flew over the plane.

“Yes, something passed over us,” the pilot said. “I don’t know what it was, but it was at least two-three thousand feet above us. Yes, he went right on top of us.”

The pilots indicated that they were not sure if the UFO was “hovering” or flying in one direction, but the American Airlines pilot reported the object “had a great reflection, and doubted it was a Google balloon,” CBS News reported.

“Other than the brief conversation between two aircraft, the controller is not able to verify any other aircraft in the area,” Lynn Lunsford of the FAA told The Phoenix New Times.

The foreign object that is passed in the vicinity of the aircraft at only 500 miles of Roswell, N. M., a city famous for an alleged UFO crash in 1947, and for inspiring numerous conspiracy theories.

The FAA told Fox News an air traffic controller was not able to check or any other aircraft in the area.


“We have a close cooperation with a number of other agencies and safe to handle military aircraft and civilian aircraft of all types in that area every day, including high-altitude weather balloons,” the FAA told Fox News in a statement.

The strange encounters come only three months after the reports of The New York Times and Politico claimed the Ministry of Defence in secret the creation of a program of 10 years ago to investigate Ufos. The former Democratic Senate majority Leader Harry Reid, who allegedly helped steer money under the program to a donor’s aerospace research company.

Fox News’ Alex Pappas contributed to this report.

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