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Pilot describes moment an Airbus with up to 220 people on board came dangerously close to crashing into 'UFO' as it came in to land

 
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Pilot describes moment an Airbus with up to 220 people on board came dangerously close to crashing into 'UFO' as it came in to land
A passenger plane came within 300 feet of crashing into a 'UFO' flying over Glasgow, an official investigation has found.

The plane was less than 10 seconds away from hitting the object as it flew over Baillieston on the outskirts of Glasgow at 3,500ft and prepared to land.

Despite an extensive investigation, the UK Airprox Board - which investigates reports of near misses - was unable to identify the 'blue and yellow' object which passed below the Airbus 320.
Near miss: The Airbus A320 was under 10 seconds away from hitting the unidentified flying object as it approached Glasgow Airport

Near miss: The Airbus A320 was under 10 seconds away from hitting the unidentified flying object as it approached Glasgow Airport

The pilot was clearly shocked and reported that there had been a 'high' risk of collision following the incident on December 2 last year.

He told his control tower: 'We just had something pass underneath us quite close. Have you got anything on in our area.'

They replied: 'Negative. We’ve got nothing on radar and we’re not talking to any traffic either'

The unidentified flying object passed directly beneath the plane before either of the crew had a chance to take action to avoid it.

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Both pilots described the object as 'blue and yellow (or silver) in colour with a small frontal area but that it was "bigger than a balloon".'

The airline involved has not been identified by the report authors.

Several companies fly in Airbus 320 planes from the airport and they can seat up to 220 people - although the number of seats varies.
Approach: The plane was 13 miles away from Glasgow Airport (pictured) when it came within seconds of colliding with the unidentified object

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Re: Pilot describes moment an Airbus with up to 220 people on board came dangerously close to crashing into 'UFO' as it came in to land
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They were buzzing around Ireland earlier.

They are looking for Cernunnos.
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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 38914875


They were buzzing around Ireland earlier.

They are looking for Cernunnos.
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