20 July 2010, JellyBean @ 6:23 am

“There was an unknown object seen in the skies over the airport.
So, according to our regulations, we had to close the airspace. Aircraft
movements were suspended from 8:45 PM to 9:45 PM (on July 7, 2010).”

– Ruan Zhouchang, Spokesperson, Xiaoshan Airport, Hangzhou, China

I have received a new image of the Hangzhou unidentified aerial craft from a Hangzhou contact who requests anonymity. The photo below was reportedly taken on Wednesday, July 7, 2010, between 8:00 PM and 9:30 PM near the Xiaoshan Airport in which airline flights were suspended from 8:45 PM to 9:41 PM.

Also, Blue Ocean Network’s BON Headlines interviewed Ruan Zhouchang, Spokesperson for the Xiaoshan Airport in Hangzhou, China. Here is the link to the BONLIVE.com interview:

Here is the complete transcript of the BONLIVE.com interview with Ruan Zhouchang, Spokesperson, Xiaoshan Airport, Hangzhou, China:

Ruan Zhouchang: “There was an unknown object seen in the skies over the airport. So, according to our regulations, we had to close the airspace. Aircraft movements were suspended from 8:45 PM to 9:45 PM (on July 7, 2010).”

BON Reporter: “Airport staff say the first reports of the UFO came in just after 8 PM from both air traffic controllers and civilians. The object at the center of the commotion, visible as a light in the sky, was captured in this photo. [ BONLIVE shows video frame with arcing light circled near Xiaoshan Airport.] It might not look like much, but it does not belong to a civilian aircraft. Nor does it match the flight plan of any aircraft supposed to be operating in the area at the time.

Ruan Zhouchang said there were few eyewitnesses because the event occurred at night when most staff members were not present and passengers were in the waiting hall.

Read the whole interview and see the pics here: Earthfiles

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