Founded in 1991, our society consists of ateam of active reporters and
field investigators whofactually gather, study and
Earth Mysteries, (e.g.
Terrestrial Energies and
Aerial Happenings, (e.g. Unidentified Flying Objects or
UFO's), and The Paranormal, (e.g. Spirit and Psychic
Jan 6 1995: UFO Had Near-Miss With Boeing 737 Over Manchester Airport
''near miss'' between a Boeing 737 airliner approaching Manchester
Airport and a UFO was investigated by the Civil Aviation Authority
The pilots of British Airways flight 5061 reported the
incident as they flew over the Pennines on route from Milan on January
Captain Roger Wills and co-pilot First Officer Mark
Stuart both saw a lit object fly down the right-hand side of the
aircraft at a high speed from the opposite direction, a CAA report
The men were able to track the object through the
right-hand windscreen and side window, having it in sight for about two
Manchester Air Traffic Control recorded no known traffic in the vicinity on radar.
files released by the Ministry of Defence (MoD) and National Archives,
correspondence reveals the MoD's take on the incident, following
requests for details from the public.
In a letter dated April
1996, an unidentified MoD official said: ''With regards to the airmiss
reported by the British Airways pilots approaching Manchester Airport
on January 6 1995, I can confirm that as a matter of routine the MoD
was notified about the pilots' report by the Civil Aviation Authority
shortly after the incident occurred.
''At the time I discussed
the matter with the departmental air defence experts who confirmed that
they were not aware of anything which would indicate a matter of
defence significance associated with the sighting, or any evidence that
the UK's air defences had been compromised.
''In the absence of such evidence, MoD interest in the sighting has long since ceased.''
in the 6,000 pages of files released, are accounts of an encounter
between a UFO and an airliner near Glasgow Airport in December 1996.
White and red flashing lights were seen by pilots of an aircraft, at the same level - roughly 7,500 feet.
In April 1997, the crew of an Aer Lingus flight on route from Dublin to Amsterdam spotted an UFO.
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