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Jetpack Sighting over Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), October 15, 2020

Background

Nearly two months after the jet pack sighting at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) on August 30th, 2020, another “jet pack guy” was seen flying around LAX on October 15th. This time, it was reported to be flying around at approximately 6,000 feet.

The Black Vault had filed FOIA requests in relation to both events. Documents relating to the first event can be seen at the link above. The records relating to the October sighting, are found below.

Within the records, an animation is referenced but inaccessible. The Black Vault has asked the FAA for a copy of this video file as well, and it will be added here, when it comes available.

Document Archive

Jetpack Sighting over Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), October 15, 2020 – Aviation Safety, Flight Standards Service, Office of Foundational Business Release –  [16 Pages, 1.3MB]

Jetpack Sighting over Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), October 15, 2020 – Mission Support Service, Western Service Center (WSC) [6 Pages, 1.3MB]

 

This post was published on March 8, 2021 6:01 pm

John Greenewald

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