New Delhi: A pilot of Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) claimed to have spotted an unidentified flying object (UFO) in the sky during a domestic flight last Saturday. According to Geo News, the PIA’s pilot saw the UFO near Rahim Yar Khan while flying to Lahore from Karachi on an Airbus A-320. He captured the UFO on video, which has been widely circling on social media.
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Is it a UFO seen in Pakistan ? PIA pilots of PK 304 recorded video on 23 Jan flying between Multan and Sahiwal . PIA spoke person confirmed video and said at this time nothing cab be said about the object . pic.twitter.com/Y8tHHyU6G7
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It was spotted near Rahim Yar Khan during a routine Lahore-bound flight from Karachi, Geo News reported. The daily, quoted the pilot as saying: “The UFO was extremely bright despite the presence of sunlight.” Though the pilot did not believe it to be a planet, he added that the object he captured could’ve been a “space station” or an “artificial planet”.
The pilot said it was very rare that the UFO was spotted during the daytime. “The UFO was extremely bright despite the presence of sunlight,” the pilot told Geo News.
On Sunday, Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) pilots spotted a “foo fighter” in the skies of Karachi.
The “foo fighter” — a term used by Allied aircraft pilots during World War II to describe UFOs or mysterious aerial phenomena seen
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A PIA spokesperson said that the captain of the flight had immediately reported the sighting back to the control room. “It is too early to say what that object was. In fact, we might no be able to tell what the object was at all,” said the spokesperson. “However, something was spotted and it was reported in accordance with the required protocol,” quoted Geo News.