At least that is the result of the Civil Aviation Daily Accident Reporting System (CADORS), the Canadian government’s database of aviation accidents. According to CADORS, an Unidentified Flying Object (UFO) was detected by a CC-177 Globemaster III pilot of the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF), who flew from a base in Ontario to Cologne, and a KLM machine pilot, who was on his way from Boston to Amsterdam .
The military plane changed course
According to the Air Accident Database, sightings of unidentified flying objects “had no effect” on the operation of both devices. However, logistics expert Stefan Watkins contradicts this after examining both devices’ flight data. According to him, the military plane changed course and climbed about 300 meters.
🇨🇦 RCAF CC-177 177705 # CFC4003 (49.059, -60.787) @28kft, they just changed course and went up 1,000ft when they reported seeing the UFO.
– Stephen Watkins (@steffanwatkins) August 12, 2021
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“So I want to know if the RCAF pilot changed his course to avoid that, or to see what it was, or if the course correction was completely routine and just random,” Watkins wrote on Twitter. It is believed that it is possible that the pilots saw a meteorite.
The Canadian Aviation Administration recorded the views under a common classification “Meteorological balloon, meteor, rocket, UFO”, says Space.com.
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