Another UFO Shuts Down Another Airport in China


Here we go again. Just months after an unidentified object temporarily shut down an airport in China, another UFO briefly halted operations at a different Chinese airport.

According to initial sketchy reports in and the People’s Daily Online, the UFO forced the Baotou airport in China’s Inner Mongolia province to prevent three planes from landing for almost an hour Saturday night.

Hohhot Baita International Airport, Inner Mongolia, China

Whatever the unknown object was — and mind you, nobody is claiming aliens or interdimensional beings here — it was reported hovering near the airport. As strictly a safety response, officials wouldn’t allow aircraft to land and directed two of them to land at neighboring airports (where, presumably, the UFO had no interest).

According to a Baotou airport spokeswoman, “The airport received a notice from the Hohhot Air Traffic Management Bureau about the appearance of a UFO.

“To guarantee security, the aircraft heading for the airport had to land at secondary airports. Otherwise, it may have led to collisions.”

By 10 p.m., normal operations at the Baotou airport resumed, and, as often happens in these cases, no official explanation has yet been offered about the identity of the object in question.

In July, a UFO forced officials to shut down Xiaoshan airport in China’s Zhijiang province.

While no official explanation has emerged from that incident, most experts believe it was likely a misidentification of a Chinese military test.

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