UFOs have supposedly been seen hovering over Lima airport in Peru and alien enthusiasts believe they fly there as they can remain inconspicuous.
Several witnesses reported seeing flying objects which were not planes hovering near Jorge Chávez International Airport on February 27. Two UFOs were witnessed by staff of the Peruvian Corporation of Airports and Commercial Aviation (Corpac) and flights were even delayed, according to ExoNews. The video, while unverified, seems to show two bright objects hovering over the airport.
While some have claimed these are simply drones, or even planes, other believe they are evidence of alien activity.
Prominent alien hunter Scott C Waring claims that UFOs are often seen hovering over airports.
Mr Waring wrote on his blog UFO Sightings Daily: “The object teased for an hour before just disappearing and flights were delayed.
“Why? Flying objects are expected at the airport making even a UFO sighting more relaxed and less of a surprise.
“I say let them land. Give them clearance!”
This is not the first time Mr Waring has made claims that UFOs have been seen over an airport.
The UFO enthusiast even claims that aliens were responsible for the drone crisis at Gatwick in December 2018, which affected around 140,000 passengers when hundreds of flights were cancelled.
Mr Waring wrote on UFO Sightings Daily: “Here is an important question; were UFOs seen over the Gatwick Airport down played as drones to control the situation?
“I cannot find any photos of a drone or UFO over the Gatwick Airport, which is strange.
“I believe that people at the airport did not see the UFO. That it was only seen on radar zooming around the airport.
“That would cause them to panic, especially if it was cloaked causing them to panic from not being able to see it.”
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