Several pilots recently reported seeing UFOs in Canada, describing “multiple lights sometimes in a triangle formation” to air traffic control.
“I’m certainly no expert, but they’re moving side-to-side and then going away from each other and then forming triangles. That doesn’t really seem like they’re in any type of orbit. But I mean, I’m no expert,” an Air Canada pilot from Seattle to Winnipeg said while flying over Saskatchewan in audio obtained by CTV News from two feeds at LiveATC.net.
“Yeah, it’s quite bizarre,” echoed a pilot on a Flair Airlines flight from Vancouver to Toronto. “There’s around six of them just randomly in formation flying at a high altitude at 12 o’clock.”
“Definitely not satellites,” said another pilot on a Morningstar Air Express cargo flight from Calgary to Toronto. “It’s unlike anything I’ve ever seen in the 15 years of night flying that I’ve done.”
“There’s no active airspace, military airspace, anything like that we’re aware of,” an air traffic controller told the pilots. “I honestly have no idea what that might be.”
The total audio of the conversations between the pilots and air traffic control in Canada discussing the mysterious lights was originally 2.5 hours long, but has been condensed down to a 13-minute video.
At least four different pilots reported seeing the strange lights of these UFOs on Jan. 19, with some appearing as high as 100,000 feet in the sky.
Daniel Otis, who reported about the UFO sightings for CTV News, also wrote on YouTube, “Their reports appeared in Transport Canada’s online aviation incident database on Jan. 23. NORAD was also notified of the incident, which occurred over Saskatchewan and Manitoba.”
The Canadian Air Defence was also notified about the UFOs, according to the Civil Aviation Daily Occurrence Reporting System (CADORS) report.
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