“This verification was made through the Information and Aerospace Interests Directorate of Peru (DINIA) and the major general FAP Robert Baxerias Vucanovich, who noted: ‘the occurrence that you refer in fact existed and for this it is necessary to point out that in that opportunity air operations, both civil and military, were never at risk due to location’”, CNN wrote.
“Last February, documents were leaked to social networks reporting an incident that occurred on the 27th of that month at 1:30 in the morning and very close to the Jorge Chávez international airport in the city of Lima. The report referred to two very luminous unidentified flying objects (UFOs) located 5 nautical miles away and at an approximate height of 2,400 meters that caught the attention of the crew of two commercial flights that were preparing to take off”, CNN explained.
However, a few days later, according to information from Sputnik News, the Peruvian Air Force said: “The Peruvian Air Force states that it did not confirm the UFO sighting; what they did was confirm the existence of reports that were presented to the Aerospace Interests Center so that the Research Department of Anomalous Aerial Phenomena perform the corresponding analysis and investigation”.
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