You get to buy the ticket so why do you choose to be sent by the pilot head first into hills, mountains, fog and apartment blocks? It’s not as though you have a say about the manner in which you land as you’re strapped in 20 rows back. Enjoy the view.
Last month, air traffic controllers in Baotou, Inner Mongolia, noticed odd, flashing lights on their radar screens, prompting officials to close the local airport “for safety reasons. ” The incident — now “corroborated” by newly released footage purportedly showing the mysterious lights — marked the third time this year that a Chinese airport has been closed as a result to UFO activity.
On July 9th, 2010, a huge unexplained light show with an object in front of it appeared over the Xiaoshan Airport in Hangzhou, China, and caused massive flight delays. As of now, they’re still investigating the cause.