FW: UFO Disrupts Air Traffic in East China

From: Andrew Johnson

Date: 2010-07-08 17:37:20

Reports from China are not that common – and neither are air traffic disruptions…. From: Kathy Roberts [mailto:weerkhr@pacbell.net] Sent: 08 July 2010 07:26To: Undisclosed-Recipient: ;@smtp127.sbc.mail.sp1.yahoo.comSubject: UFO Disrupts Air Traffic in East China en.ce.cn/National/Lo…   UFO disrupts air traffic in east China Last Updated(Beijing Time):2010-07-08 11:47 #ygrps-yiv-2092935087 .ygrps-yiv-2092935087h1 { TEXT-JUSTIFY:inter-ideograph;TEXT-ALIGN:justify;LINE-HEIGHT:240%;MARGIN:17pt 0cm 16.5pt;FONT-SIZE:22pt;FONT-WEIGHT:bold;} #ygrps-yiv-2092935087 .ygrps-yiv-2092935087h2 { TEXT-JUSTIFY:inter-ideograph;TEXT-ALIGN:justify;LINE-HEIGHT:173%;MARGIN:13pt 0cm;FONT-SIZE:16pt;FONT-WEIGHT:bold;} #ygrps-yiv-2092935087 .ygrps-yiv-2092935087h3 { TEXT-JUSTIFY:inter-ideograph;TEXT-ALIGN:justify;LINE-HEIGHT:173%;MARGIN:13pt 0cm;FONT-SIZE:16pt;FONT-WEIGHT:bold;} #ygrps-yiv-2092935087 DIV.ygrps-yiv-2092935087union { LINE-HEIGHT:18px;FONT-SIZE:14px;} #ygrps-yiv-2092935087 DIV.ygrps-yiv-2092935087union TD { LINE-HEIGHT:18px;FONT-SIZE:14px;} An unidentified flying object disrupted air traffic over Hangzhou, capital of east China’s Zhejiang Province, late Wednesday, the municipal government said Thursday. Xiaoshan Airport was closed after the UFO was detected at around 9 p.m. and some flights were rerouted to airports in Ningbo and Wuxi cities, said an airport spokesman. The airport had resumed operations and more details would be revealed after an investigation, he said. Source:Xinhuanet 

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