Mexico: UFO Reports from Airliner Personnel
Date: August 10, 2007
Reports from Airliner Personnel
By Ana Luisa Cid
According to information provided by researcher Alfonso Salazar, aviation technician Domingo Caballero observed three objects having a metallic appearance on Sunday, August 5, 2007 at 12:00 p.m. as they flew over Mexico City International Airport at an estimated altitude of 10,000 feet. They flew from north to south and displayed an intense glow as they wove in and out of the clouds. Subsequently, two of the objects remained stationary while the third flew away toward the Mount Ajusco region.
Another report is dated August 4, 2007, when the crew of a Boeing 737 flying the Manzanillo-Mexico City route, witnessed an unidentified flying object with the shape of a horseshoe and having a metallic appearance on the San Mateo air corridor (north of Mexico City).
The airliner's first officer - who said it was the first time he'd seen a UFO - says that the object remained static next to the air corridor at an approximate altitude of 9000 feet (2700 meters). This happened as they made their approach to MCIA at 5 p.m. and with good visibility. The skies were clear and cloudless.
(Translation (c) 2007. S. Corrales, IHU. Special thanks to Ana Luisa Cid and Alfonso Salazar)