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Another UFO Shuts Down Another Airport, This Time in Mongolia
UFO Depiction
Published: Sep. 13, 2010

by Cherlyn Gardner Strong

(Note: there are few details available at this time. This could be nothing at all, but then again, you never know. We will add details as they become available.)

Three planes diverted...

Saturday night saw the shutdown of another airport, due to another UFO.

Reports from People’s Daily Online and Shanghai Daily confirm these reports from the news outlet Dbw.cn.

The airport in Baotou in Inner Mongolia was forced to delay the landing of three planes originating from Shanghai and Beijing. The airport was shutdown for nearly an hour, due to the appearance of an unidentified flying object.

According to reports, the object was seen hovering about four kilometers east of the Baotou airport at 8 pm, with the three planes diverted for safety reasons.

China’s Xiaoshan Airport was also shutdown for about an hour earlier this year, on July 7th, due to a UFO.

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UPDATED - 4:54 PM 9/13/2010

UFO witnessed in Baotou, Inner Mongolia -15:02, September 13, 2010

Workers at the Hohhot Air Traffic Management Bureau observed with instruments an unidentified flying object (UFO) 40 kilometers east of Baotou, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region at 8 p.m. on Sept. 11.

"The airport received a notice from the Hohhot Air Traffic Management Bureau about the appearance of an UFO. To guarantee security, the aircraft heading for the airport had to land at secondary airports. Otherwise, it may have led to collisions," said Ms. Luo, from the Baotou Airport.

Around 9:14 p.m., three flights from Beijing and Shanghai to Baotou were delayed, and the aircraft were forced to circle in the air while waiting to land.

Furthermore, the Air China Flight 1107 from Beijing to Baotou landed at the Erdos Airport and the Juneyao Airlines Flight 1137 from Shanghai to Baotou landed at the Taiyuan Airport.

The Baotou Airport did not receive a notice on resuming normal operations until 10 p.m.

By People's Daily Online



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