UFO Fleet Caught On Video Moving Underneath a Passenger Jet


Online community on UFOs has been debating about the video showing an inexplicable fleet of UFOs recorded on video from a plane. The footage was initially sent to US-based Mutual UFO Network (MUFON), which keeps a global database of UFO sightings, for investigations and it went viral after several UFO and conspiracy theory websites shared it.

The video was allegedly shot above Taiwan. It shows apparent eight bright circular orbs flying slowly just beneath the plane. According to the report from an unnamed witness, they were on the aeroplane of Eva Airlines from Vancouver, Canada to Taipei, Taiwan when they saw bright lights flying underneath. They saw around eight UFOs flying under the plane.

They managed to get a slow-motion video of the UFOs until they were asked to shut down their camera as part of a landing policy.

Many online viewers of the video thought it was a fleet of UFOs moving beneath the plane.

The video was recorded in October 2014, but only recently it has been shared online.

Sceptics believe those are just reflections of small lakes as the plane appears to travel over mountains. Some even say that they are only ships in the sea as they are not moving and not above the clouds. Others suggest they are oil rigs as the plane is leaving them behind, which means they are either slower or stationary.

However, many firmly believe that those are evidence of UFOs.

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  1. OK, these are obviously items below the cloud deck. I do notice similar dots on the extreme right side of the field of view. It appears to me to be something on the surface or perhaps aircraft at a lower level in a landing patter. Without knowing the exact location or the prevalence of oil platforms around Taiwan my best guess is that it is either ships or slow moving, low level aircraft. Real enough sighting but probably not UFOs. Having over 5000 hours of flying and being a retired NASA astro-physicist it really looks like something fixed on the surface or moving very slowly (less than 200 kts).

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