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Article by Joanna Morris                       September 9, 2019                    (thenorthernecho.co.uk)

• Included in a list of aviation near-misses reported to the UK Airprox Board is a UFO seen by a pilot cruising above Barnard Castle in February 2017. According to the pilot, the UFO was flying “almost directly overhead (of) the aircraft in the opposite direction” as the plane traveled at an altitude approaching 18,000 ft. The UFO passed at high speed 200 ft above the aircraft, and remained in view for just two seconds.

• The Airprox report reflects a situation in which the distance between an aircraft and the object could have compromised the safety of the aircraft. There were 36 such reports involving unknown objects in UK airspace investigated by the Board between 2017 and 2019, according to analysis by Newsquest’s Data Investigations Unit. The Civil Aviation Authority said it was likely that most reports involved drones, model aircraft or balloons.

• The pilot in the Barnard Castle case initially believed the moving object could have been a military jet or potentially a drone. However, many reports reviewed by the board involved sightings of unknown objects at thousands of feet off the ground, at heights above drone capability.

• Nick Pope, who investigated UFO sightings for the Ministry of Defence (MoD), said there were many incidents that deserved more interrogation. Said Pope, “[M]any reports being attributed to drone activity should more properly be characterized as ‘unknown objects’.” We’re “being too quick to blame drones”.

• Pope continued, “The situation has been under-resourced since the 2009 termination of the MoD’s UFO program, and while I’m aware that the MoD continues to study such matters, more should be done.”

• UFO researcher Glen Richardson said he receives multiple reports a year relating to potential alien activity in the North-East, including claims of abduction. Richardson thinks the UK authorities could be working covertly to investigate such cases, and urged them to be more transparent about their findings.

• Dr David Clarke with the Centre for Contemporary Legend at Sheffield Hallam University said, “Things that are unexplained are likely to be natural phenomenon – not aliens from other planets. That’s not to say those reports are of no interest.”

• A Ministry of Defence spokesman said that with the millions of flights in UK airspace each year, “[t]he low number of these incidents highlight the professionalism of commercial, military and private aviators.”

 

A REAL-LIFE X Files investigator has joined a UFO researcher from the North-East in calling for more to be done to uncover the truth behind mysterious objects spotted in the skies.

A unidentified flying object seen by a pilot cruising above Barnard Castle is included in a list of near-misses reported to the organisation responsible for monitoring close calls that could compromise the safety of aircraft in flight.

In February 2017, the moving object caught the captain’s attention, flying “almost directly overhead the aircraft in the opposite direction” as the plane travelled at an altitude approaching 18,000ft.

According to data from the UK Airprox Board, the angular and fast-moving entity passed at high speed and remained in view for just two seconds, approximately 200ft above the aircraft.

An Airprox report reflects a situation in which the distance between an aircraft and the object could have compromised the safety of the aircraft.

There were 36 such reports involving unknown objects in UK airspace investigated by the Board between 2017 and 2019, according to analysis by Newsquest’s Data Investigations Unit.

The Civil Aviation Authority said it was likely that most reports involved drones, model aircraft or balloons.

The pilot in the Barnard Castle case initially believed the moving object could have been a military jet or potentially a drone.

However, many reports reviewed by the board involved sightings of unknown objects at thousands of feet off the ground at heights drones would struggle to reach.

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