Federal officials are looking into the second such sighting in just six weeks. Earlier, Two airline pilots saw a man in a jetpack at a height of 3,000 feet.
For the second time in six weeks, crew members on a commercial airliner flying near Los Angeles International Airport on Wednesday found that they were sharing the skies with a person soaring solo over Southern California in a jetpack.
The latest case was reported to have happened at a height of 6,000 feet. This is nearly six times the height of the Wilshire Grand Tower. Wilshire Grand Tower is the tallest building not only in Los Angeles but west of the Mississippi.
Similarly, a China Airlines crew saw the person about 1:45 p.m. Wednesday nearly seven miles from the airport, the Federal Aviation said. The agency is investigating the report.
A spokes woman for the Federal Bureau of Investigation said the agency “is looking into a number of reports. The enquiry includes what, as per witnesses, it was an individual in a jetpack near LAX.” Also, Federal officials said last month that they were investigating the earlier jetpack seen by two pilots.
On Aug. 29, Also an American Airlines pilot called the control tower about 6:45 p.m. Furthermore he said that he saw a man with a jet pack on sky at a height of 3000 feet.
Compiled by – MK (Editor)