Report: 12 UFOs Shut Down Flights to Airport in Lima, Peru for Hours

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Although there are no mainstream reports about it, Disclose.TV and others are reporting that as many as 12 unidentified objects caused flights to be suspended at the Jorge Chávez Airport in Lima, Peru in February.

The image above was taken that night. According to reports, the Peruvian Airports and Commercial Aviation Corporation (CORPAC) was actually forced to document this one, as air traffic was shut down for at least three hours over it.

Like so many other UFOs these days, the objects were masked and invisible to the naked eye. The image above was captured using night vision technology.

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  • G’ma G

    We have been hearing about this special night vision tech. I was wondering when we would start seeing pictures of what folks are claiming to observe. Wont this be interesting to watch develop? I think they are domestic drones of some kind.

  • ru__serious

    Pure BS? Jorge Chávez Airport(Aeropuerto Internacional Jorge Chávez) is closed at night.