Friday 9 November British Airways The pilot contacted the Shannon Air Traffic Control Service. She wanted to know if there was military training in that region, because she was considering things that move very fast & # 39 ;. The air traffic controller has ensured that no training takes place.
Pilot, who flew to London Heathrow Airport from Montreal, Canada, said he had seen a "very bright light" and an object that approached her plane from the left – and then "flew very quickly to the north."
Pilot did not know what it could be, but said the crash did not prevent the plane from steering the object.
Very interesting report on Shannon at high level Friday, November 9 at 6:30 am with several aircraft with reported observations from a UFO over County Kerry. Go to 17 minutes to listen to reports @liveatc https://t.co/VP1p0hrScn #Aviation #UFO #Ireland
– Trevor Buckley (@IrishAero) November 11, 2018
Here you can listen to a sound recording with a test report.
someone Virgin The pilot said that it could be a meteorite or other object that has invaded the atmosphere of the earth.
He also saw "moving different objects in the same trajectory and very clear". The pilot said that they move very fast – "almost twice as fast as air speed".
The Irish Aviation Authority has confirmed that there have been reports of unusual activities in the Irish airspace and "they will be investigated".
While all investigations are conducted, all information is confidential – the parties and institutions do not comment on the situation.