ALIENS ATTACKED EGYPTAIR CRASH JET
ASTONISHING CLAIM BY PILOTS
ALIENS were responsible for bringing down the ill-fated EgyptAir flight, which crashed over the Mediterranean last week, according to two pilots.
Islamic terrorists have been blamed for bringing down the jet and killing all 66 people on board.
But two Turkish pilots say they saw a UFO flying near the crash site, just off the Turkish coast, minutes before the doomed plane got there.
And they reckon it was the alien craft that either crashed into the Airbus A320 or deliberately brought it down.
The pilots said they saw an object with green lights pass by their passenger jet as they approached Istanbul’s Ataturk Airport from Bodrum at around 11.30pm on Thursday.
According to the Hurriyet Daily News, they warned air traffic controllers: “An unidentified object with green lights passed 2,000ft to 3,000ft above us.
“Then it disappeared all of a sudden. We are guessing that it was a UFO.”
The EgyptAir plane crashed about an hour later.
Turkey’s General Directorate of State Airports Authority could not find any trace of the alien spaceship. An insider said: “It is very bizarre. This information from the Turkish pilots was recorded before any crash happened.
“There must be something in it.”
Mystery still surrounds the tragic flight with many factors being ruled in – and out.
Initially it was thought the plane had been blown out of the sky by a bomb or missile.
Then experts said there may have been an onboard fire which the pilot may have been trying to put out by going into a steep descent that went tragically wrong.
Experts now say that may not have happened, with EgyptAir denying reports that the pilot had reported a fire to air traffic controllers.
A spokesman said: “Claims made by a French TV station are not true.
“The pilot did not contact Egypt air control before the incident.”
The full picture will not be understood until the aircraft’s black box data recording unit is recovered from the ocean.
Egyptian president Abdel-Fattah el-Sisi broke his silence on the crash yesterday, saying a submarine would be used to find the jet’s black box data and voice recorders, which emit a locator signal for only a month before batteries run out.
He said: “All scenarios are possible.”
GRISLY FIND: A collection of clothing and baggage belonging to the EgyptAir crash victims PLANE CRAZY? Two Turkish pilots claim to have seen an alien spacecraft just before the plane came down