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by Taryn Tarrant-Cornish           January 5, 2018           (express.co.uk)

• Sonic booms, and a very loud double sonic boom heard in December over the Nevada Air Force testing ground known as Area 51 prompted locals to demand answers, and this led to the discovery of a hidden airport in Las Vegas serving the military to and from Area 51. In addition to testing experimental aircraft and weaponry, rumor has it that Area 51 is where the U.S. government is hiding extraterrestrial craft and even some ETs themselves, and is reverse-engineering these alien craft. The U.S. government admitted to the existence of Area 51 in 2005.

• Researchers discovered that a fleet of 737s, painted with a distinctive red stripe and call signs that begin with ‘XXX’, routinely fly from a secret terminal named “Janet” (‘Just Another Non-Existent Terminal’) at McCarren Airport in Las Vegas, to Area 51, and also to the Tonopah nuclear facility. The terminal is used exclusively for military personnel, is protected by armed guards, and flight schedules from that terminal do not appear on airport information boards.

• UFO truth seekers believe the double sonic boom heard over Area 51 military could be a sign of something otherworldly being hidden in the classified location.

 

Suspicious flights have been seen leaving McCarran Airport in the city of sin with their schedules and manifest shrouded in complete mystery.

The airline flies from a terminal named Janet exclusively serves military personnel carrying them from Vegas to the desert base where many believe the US hides evidence of UFOs and aliens.

Janet is reported to be an acronym for Just Another Non-Existent Terminal.

The fleet of 737s painted with a distinctive red stripe carry call signs which start XXX.

The planes do not appear on departure boards and no civilians are able to get near the terminal which is protected by armed guards.

Former Ministry of Defence employee Nick Pope said: ”Area 51 exists – it’s part of a military testing range in Nevada – and because of the remote and sparsely-populated location, it’s where various secret prototype aircraft and drones are developed and test flown.”

Flights travel to nuclear facility Tonopah and another unnamed destination which is accepted by many to be the infamous Area 51 air force base.

Despite its massive size and reputation as the centre of extraterrestrial activity in the US, it took until 2005 for the US government to openly acknowledge the existence of the base.

It is thought the base is used to carry out experimental aircraft and weapons tests deep in the Nevada desert.

Mr Pope told The Sun: “The UFO and conspiracy theory community think it’s the place where crashed UFOs are kept and where the US military is trying to back-engineer this alien technology.

“Sadly, despite the rumours, I’ve seen no evidence that we’ve recovered any extraterrestrial technology.”

Revelations about the secret airline come after demands for information after a mysterious double sonic boom was heard over the base.

UFO truth seekers believe a double sonic boom being heard over the mysterious Area 51 military could be a sign of something otherworldly being hidden in the classified location.

A video showing the strange noises over the Nevada US Air Force base posted on YouTube by channel UFO Seekers has racked up more than 40,000 views.

In the clip, F-22 fighter jets can be seen flying over Area 51.

The stealth planes leave strange trails as they cut through the Nevada skies at speeds of up to 1,500mph.

Then, as one accelerates away, a frighteningly loud double booming sound can be heard.

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