Friday, April 9, 2021
Friday, April 9, 2021

American Airlines Pilot Reports Seeing ‘Guy In Jet pack’ Nearby LAX Runway

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An American Airlines pilot reports seeing a mystery person in a jetpack flying high above Los Angeles, right in the path of incoming jets at LAX Sunday evening, Your Content has learned.

According to FOX 11, an American Airlines pilot reported via radio to the control tower seeing a “guy in a jetpack” as he was approaching LAX at about 3,000 feet and ten miles out for a landing, and being a pilot, you had to give it serious credibility, as unlikely as that may be.

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