On November 9 2018 Several airborne sightings of at least one “very bright” unidentified flying object were seen according to air traffic control center Dublin and British-Airways-BA94.
One pilot said the UFO or UFOs were flying with the speed of Mach 2. Another pilot chimed in and proposed a meteor or other multiple objects follow the same sort of trajectory.
A pilot on Virgin Flight 76 added that his flight crew had seen “two bright lights at 11 o’clock (which) seemed to bank over to the right and then climb away at speed.”
Another pilot states: “It came up on our left hand side (rapidly veered) to the north, we saw a bright light and it just disappeared at a very high speed … we were just wondering. We didn’t think it was a likely collision course .. (just wondering) what it could be,” she said.
Aviation journalist Gerry Byrne proposed it were meteorites.
A spokesman for the Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) said: “Following reports from a small number of aircraft on Friday 9th November of unusual air activity the IAA has filed a report. This report will be investigated under the normal confidential occurrence investigation process.”
Also 3 weeks later UFO have been sighted over Spike island in Ireland.
We at RAMAR see clearly a mystery with facts behind this scenario.
Here a link to the report from CNN:
Here the report of sighted UFOs 3 Weeks later posted from abovetopsecret:
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A Porter Airlines plane, shown taking off from Toronto’s Island Airport on Friday. (Chris Young / THE CANADIAN PRESS)
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