UFO Shuts Down Chinese Airport
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UFO Shuts Down Chinese Airport (July 7th, 2010 - UPDATE)
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The unidentified flying object that closed Hangzhou airspace in China. Chinese officials said that they knew what the object had been but were unable to make it public because there was a "military connection". While, "No conclusion has yet been drawn," Wang Jian, head of air traffic control with the Zhejiang branch of the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC), said.

Beijing: A Chinese official said that the Unidentified Flying Object which disrupted air traffic in a Chinese city has a "military connection". The officer refused to disclose more details about the UFO as it was not the proper time to publicly disclose the information since there was a 'military connection' to it.

Adding strength to this sighting of the UFO by the airport authorities is the fact that several locals as well reported to have seen a comet-like fireball in the sky.



UFO Shuts Down Chinese Airport

A Chinese official said that the Unidentified Flying Object which disrupted air traffic in a Chinese city has a "military connection".


The officer refused to disclose more details about the UFO as it was not the proper time to publicly disclose the information since there was a 'military connection' to it.



The UFO had disrupted air traffic over Hangzhou, capital of Zhejiang province, on Wednesday, July 7th.

After it was detected at around 9 pm, Xiaoshan Airport was closed and some flights were redirected to Ningbo and Wuxi airports, informed an airport official.

He added that the air traffic has been resumed and more details will be released after the investigation. Some media had reported that a fan shaped white light UFO was spotted in Urumqi, Northwest China's Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region. Song Huagang, secretary general of Xingjiang Astronomy Society had later said that the UFO was later identified as debris from an intercontinental missile launched by US.

While airport authorities have launched an investigation over the incident, which led to delay in several flights, the meteorological experts played down the matter saying that the 'UFO sighting' was nothing but sunlight reflecting off aircraft.