A viral video appears to show a passenger on Singapore Airlines capturing a UFO on camera, flying just beneath the wing of the aircraft, as it prepares to land. What’s more the pilot seemingly has to take evasive maneuvers to avoid contact with the craft.
As the video opens it’s just like any video trip report you might find on YouTube. However 30 seconds in the pilot announces everyone must be seated and in brace position.
Then the plane banks right as it appears to head in the direction we’ll see the UFO that can be seen whizzing by at 1 minute 7 seconds.
This aircraft isn’t an A350, which Singapore Airlines operated from Singapore – Zurich on January 17 when the incident is supposed to have occurred (aircraft 9V-SMC). That’s not a Singapore A350 winglet in the video.
The video quality appears to blur just before the incident. And the passenger taping this would have had to ignore the crash position announcement, without knowing they’d be taping a UFO.
I’ve written that I believe we should increase our estimate of the probability that something is out there based on videos we’ve seen and the people with access to the most classified of intelligence who think something may exist. This, however, is not it.
(HT: Your Mileage May Vary)