Listen to this article All Flights Cancelled In Gaziantep As Pilots Report And Confirm UFO Sighting
Unidentified Object Detected by Pilots in Gaziantep Skies
During the late hours in Gaziantep, the cockpit crews of two passenger planes spotted an unidentified object at an altitude of approximately 9,000 feet (2,743 meters). Swiftly, the pilots reported the incident to the Gaziantep Air Traffic Control Tower, which subsequently confirmed the presence of the unidentified object.
Flight Operations Halted and Diversions to Alternative Airports
Following the reported sighting, flight operations at Gaziantep Airport came to a standstill. Several aircraft scheduled to land at Gaziantep Airport were diverted to nearby Adana and Şanlıurfa Airports. As a result, a total of 26 flights, comprising 13 departures and 13 arrivals since the incident, have been canceled.
Absence of NOTAM and Awaited Official Statement
According to the latest information obtained from the Gaziantep Airport State Airports Authority (DHMI), no Notice to Airmen (NOTAM) has been issued thus far. However, an official statement regarding the incident is anticipated in the hours to come, shedding further light on the situation.
Passenger Disruption and Prolonged Waiting
In the aftermath of the flight cancellations, numerous passengers have found themselves enduring hours of waiting at Gaziantep Airport. The cancellations have left hundreds of individuals stranded, awaiting updates and resolutions to the disrupted travel plans.
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