"When the object got closer, I saw a flashing light. As I was trying to figure out what it might be, I saw several steady lights. Then the light which I previously presumed as headlight started to change and get smaller. As I was trying to find a plausible reason for that, the object approached and got into the position of 12 o'clock. Ten or fifteen small objects about the size of a Boeing 747 were flying at 1-2 kilometers between them. This lasted for about 1.5 minutes. As they were getting out of sight, we reported these UFOs to air control at 5:44 a.m. local time."
- Captain Ercan Eken, Pilot, Sun Express Air, Turkey
November 18, 2002 Istanbul, Turkey - On November 1, 2002 around 5:30 to 5:45 a.m. local time, four airline crews in the air and two on the ground reported an unusual armada of glowing objects moving together past a yellow pulsing light. The pilots' reports went to Turkey's Flight Safety Department and were headlined on television, radio and newspapers as a "fleet of UFOs flying over Turkey." The airline crews in the air estimated the altitude of the pulsing light and armada of glowing objects was between 22,000 and 36,000 feet.
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