American ufologist-researcher Kyle Worfel obtained a file that describes UFO sightings by US commercial pilots over the past 14 years. He was able to do this thanks to a Freedom of Information Act request.
A file compiled by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) contained more than 60 UFO sightings from 2008 to 2022. It is pointed out that some of these cases could simply be private drones launched into the flight zone by irresponsible citizens, but others defied any logical and rational explanation.
One of them, reported in July 2020, was “a very large object in the shape of an elongated disk or cigar, which had no tail or ailerons and was moving very fast.” This mysterious object was silvery white in color, almost transparent, and made no sound when moving.
Another UFO was an “unexplained star-like object” that quickly changed altitude before suddenly going into hover mode.
It is possible that there were many more such sightings among commercial pilots, but the fact is that not everyone found the courage to report to their superiors about the sighting of a strange flying object to the detriment of their reputation.
It is stated that in 2013, when Arizona noticed a mysterious “line of fire” on the radar, they contacted the pilot of a nearby aircraft and he confirmed that he saw these objects visually. At the same time, the pilot flatly refused to officially report his UFO sighting to anyone.
In some of the cases on the list, UFOs seem to have deliberately targeted passenger airliners.
“Each year, hundreds of thousands of UAP (UFO) sightings are recorded around the world, and hundreds of thousands more remain unrecorded. And last year’s Pentagon report with a preliminary assessment of these objects shows that this problem is real and cannot be ignored,” says Kyle Worfel.
He is convinced that the US government knows exactly what these objects are, but for some reason chose to keep this information secret.
“We have the ability to see license plates using satellites, and yet we don’t have enough data to conclude what these objects are? Or maybe they think we can’t be trusted with the truth?” asks Worfel.