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Pilots Discover Unidentified Fast-moving cylindrical Object over New Mexico

American Airlines Flight 2292, an Airbus A320 flying between Cincinnati and Phoenix on February 21, 2021, had a close encounter. The crew described it as a" long cylindrical object " moving extremely fast and flying over their aircraft while flying at an altitude of 36,000 feet and a speed of 400 knots. The incident occurred in the remote northeast corner of New Mexico, west of the tiny town of Des Moines.

At approximately 1: 19 central time, on the central frequency in Albuquerque of 127.850 MHz or 134.750 MHz, the pilot reported: "Do you have any goals here? Just something passed right over us — it looked like a long cylindrical object that was moving very fast right above us."

The plane landed safely in Phoenix, Arizona. The information about the incident was hidden and it became known only due to the fact that an amateur radio operator intercepted the crew's negotiations with the mission control center. What's important? If this flight was with passengers, we would probably have seen photos and video evidence. The pilots could have had similar evidence. Therefore, treat this information with a certain degree of skepticism

 

 


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