An American Airlines pilot reported seeing a “long cylindrical object” flying “directly over the top” of the aircraft he was flying …
Pilot reports suspicious object over New Mexico
American Airlines flight AA2292 on Sunday flew an Airbus A320 from Cincinnati to Phoenix. Over northeastern New Mexico at 37,000 feet, one of the pilots contacted air traffic control at the Albuquerque Center during an otherwise routine flight:
“Do you have any goals up here? We just had something about ourselves. I hate to say that, it looked like a long cylindrical object that looked almost like some kind of cruise missile and was moving very quickly over us. “
American Airlines has confirmed that the ATC audio recorded by Deep Black Horizon is legitimate:
“After a debriefing with our flight crew and additional information, we can confirm that this radio transmission was from American Airlines Flight 2292 on February 21st.”
What we know about this incident
It may be important to say first that a “UFO” is simply an unidentified flying object, which does not necessarily mean that the flying object was from space or that extraterrestrials were involved. 😉
Many would probably assume that if it wasn’t from space it could very well be a military aircraft. However, the person who made the audio recordings notes that ADS-B logs did not record a significant presence of military aircraft and that Sundays are usually the day off for military training:
“When tests take place, the military notifies the FAA, planes are kept out of the area, and their flight plans and strict flight tracks on planes must be followed so as not to disrupt these tests.”
That’s not to say that this couldn’t have been a military aircraft, but …
An American Airlines pilot said he saw some sort of unidentified flying object over New Mexico on Sunday and called it a “long cylindrical object.” While we don’t know what caused it, it certainly seems suspicious.
The military is undoubtedly doing a lot in secret, but generally speaking, commercial flights would be rerouted to avoid this kind of horror, as something that goes “right over the top” of an airliner doesn’t sound ideal.
Where are you standing on that secret military plane or something from space?
(Tip of the hat to look from the wing)