On Friday, November 9th British Airways pilot reported seeing UFOs accompanied by bright lights just off the South-West coast of Ireland.

Just before 7 am local time off the South-West coast of Ireland a pilot contacted Shannon Air Traffic Control to report a UFO sighting. At first the pilot asked of any military exercises going on, as they claimed that the unidentified flying object was “moving so fast”.

The air traffic official replied that there were no military exercises or reported air traffic at that time.

The pilot described the situation, saying that there was a “very bright light”, and the UFO then came up along the left-hand side of the aircraft, and then suddenly, “rapidly veered to the north”.

This raised a lot of questions, but the pilot did add that the UFO did not seem to be on a collision course.

The UFO was seen by others, including other aircraft. Again, it was reported with very bright lights, and moving at a fast pace. One pilot estimated that the object was moving at around Mach 2, around twice the speed of sound.

The Irish Aviation Authority is investigating the incident, they added “Following reports from a small number of aircraft on Friday 9 November of unusual air activity the IAA has filed a report.”

Shannon Airport is not commenting on the situation.