Passenger captures plane’s near collision with a UFO

On 17 January, the Singapore Airlines flight was heading to Zurich Airport, Switzerland recorded bizarre video footage which has been reported by a passenger as a UFO kind of object that zoomed past the aircraft.

The time record was between 7.30 am and 7.50 am, when a passenger was preparing to record the landing in Zurich, to his utter surprise he captured on camera an abject which he thinks to be a UFO.

In the video footage, lakes and fields of the Swiss landscape are visible right before when the plane tilts to the right.

Suddenly, a small white object passes the plane, as per reports the pilot announced a safety protocol as the plane’s engines roared, while panic started to set among passengers

Fortunately, the unidentified flying object was avoided, and by the pilot managed to safely land at Zurich Airport.

Recently, a UFO expert states that the ‘clock is ticking’ and new things might surface which can hold world significance.

Nick Pope said to the Metro that “There’s a momentum building up and there’s no smoke without fire. The clock is now ticking on the Senate Intelligence Committee’s demand for a report on the UFO phenomenon from the Director of National Intelligence.”

“A response is due within 180 days of the enactment of the Covid-19 relief bill because this bill contained the Intelligence Authorization Act, where the UFO requirement was articulated.”

He adds, “But the US Department of Defense has known since June of the committee’s request, and the US Navy’s Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP) Task Force is probably already working on drafting the response, so we may get it sooner than the late June deadline.

“This report, important though it may be, is only one part of a wider process. There’s a lot going on and we’re going to see some big UFO stories in 2021.”

Previously, Pope worked for the MoD and states that British officials have already looked at the research from the US.

He further says, “I’m aware that the UAP Task Force has shared some interim findings with the UK and other allies, but I don’t know if the MoD has formally engaged with the US on this, or has simply noted the findings.

“Officially, the position of the MoD is that they’re no longer interested, and haven’t been since UFO investigations were terminated at the end of 2009.”

“However, I understand from reliable and well-placed sources that this isn’t entirely correct and that sightings are still being looked at, in the margins of other defence business, with terms like ‘UFO’ being scrupulously avoided, to try to avoid creating Freedom of Information Act liability.

“In relation to how the military investigates UFOs, radar data is important, but so is measurement and signature analysis. ‘This is a key part of the arsenal when it comes to military UFO research, but it’s a term unfamiliar to most of the UFO community.

“The UFO phenomenon is global, so no single nation has a monopoly on any of this,” he concluded.