500 meter UFO Closes Down China Airport For Hours, Actual Photos, July 9, 2010, video UFO Sighting News.

Source: https://wikileaks.org/gifiles/docs/15/1551503_re-tactical-os-china-csm-ufo-shuts-airport-really-.html

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UFO shuts airport. Really.
By Wang Xiang | 2010-7-9 | NEWSPAPER EDITION

EAST China's Hangzhou City shut down its Xiaoshan airport for one hour late=
Wednesday night after radar detected the hovering of ... something.

Airport officials called it an unidentified flying object.

The UFO showed up on the airport's radar at around 9pm. The airport authori=
ty immediately notified passengers to stop boarding and grounded all flight=
s about to take off, Xinhua news agency reported yesterday.

The object forced many incoming flights to land in neighboring airports in =
cities of Ningbo and Wuxi. It also caused about four hours delay for flight=
s taking off.

The UFO looked like a twinkling spot and disappeared very soon, Xinhua quot=
ed a passenger on board an incoming plane who claimed he witnessed the obje=

The Xiaoshan airport has resumed normal operations, its spokesman said. He =
refused to provide more details, saying an investigation was still going on.

An airport worker said the UFO was only visible to radars at the airport an=
d none of the passengers or workers on the runway could have seen it with t=
he naked eye.

But just hours before the airport shut down, many residents in Hangzhou sai=
d they witnessed a glowing object hovering in the afternoon sky and moving =

The object, glowing in golden light, was moving slowly toward the ground dr=
agging a comet-like tail, said a city bus driver surnamed Yu. It changed tr=
ack after moving downwards for about six minutes.

"The thing suddenly ran westwards fast, like it was escaping from something=
," Yu said.

Hangzhou meteorological authorities said what these people reported might h=
ave been sunlight reflected from regular airplanes.
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Zhejiang UFO still a mystery

Source: Xinhua | 2010-7-10 | NEWSPAPER EDITION

AVIATION experts were last night no nearer to identifying the unidentified =
flying object that disrupted air traffic over east China for an hour on Wed=

An investigation team, comprising police and aviation officials, were still=
trying to identify the UFO that was spotted over Zhejiang Province.

"No conclusion has yet been drawn," Wang Jian, head of air traffic control =
with the Zhejiang branch of the Civil Aviation Administration of China, sai=
d yesterday.

There was speculation the UFO might have been a private aircraft, based on =
the increasing number of privately-owned aircraft in the province. But an i=
ndustry insider who declined to be named yesterday ruled that out.

Wang said the private plane was "just a guess."

Xiaoshan Airport in Hangzhou was closed after the UFO was detected at about=
9pm on Wednesday, and some flights rerouted to Ningbo and Wuxi airports.

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☯ Scott C. Waring wrote “UFO Sightings of 2006-2009” and "Dragons of Asgard." ☯

 These are actual photos of the UFO that closed the Chinese airport in 2010.

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