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A UFO caused a commotion at an airport in southern Turkey: 26 flights were canceled

The gaziantep airport in southern Turkey was in turmoil after reports of a UFO sighting, leading to the cancellation of 26 flights and a 12-hour shutdown of the airport on May 20. Such information appeared in the Turkish mass media.

According to Hurriyet, a large tourist airport located near the Syrian border was closed after the detection of an unknown object on the radar by two crews of passenger planes at an altitude of more than 2.7 thousand meters around midnight. The pilots reported the situation to the control tower, but neither officials nor air traffic controllers could identify the object.

As a result of the incident, flights at Gaziantep airport were suspended, and all regular flights were diverted to other airports in the southern regions, such as Sanliurfa and Adana. It was specified that a total of 26 flights were canceled, including 13 departures and 13 landings. After about a 12-hour disruption, air services at the airport resumed and hundreds of passengers returned to their travel plans.

Let’s add that the increased activity of UFOs in the sky is actively discussed in the USA. Thus, at a recent international conference, the adviser to the US government, Dr. Harry Nolan, surprised the audience by announcing that the United States is extracting the debris of unknown flying objects that crashed.

Dr. Nolan, a professor of pathology at Stanford University School of Medicine, is known for his scientific achievements: he has published more than 300 scientific articles and holds 40 US patents. He talked about the work of engineers at the Salt iConnections think tank in New York, who are engaged in “reverse engineering of fallen ships” – an attempt to recreate these objects from the wreckage. The 62-year-old scientist also stated that he is 100% sure that extraterrestrial intelligence has not only visited Earth, but has been present here for a long time.

UFO researchers are analyzing 510 reports of close encounters by the US military over seven decades, including many pilots from the US TOPGUN school. Many of these encounters likely took place near nuclear aircraft carriers and missile bases.

Background: Gaziantep, also known as Antep, is one of the oldest cities in the world and is located in southern Turkey. This city is famous for its rich gastronomic tradition and impressive mosaic museum. With a population of about 2 million people, Gaziantep ranks sixth in the country by the number of inhabitants.

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