Los Angeles Airport was recently stirred up by reports of several pilots claiming to have seen humans fly. Using the jetpack, they got to a height of 914 meters.
The first appearance of a flying man, suspected of using a jetpack, occurred when a plane was about to land at Los Angeles Airport. The flying human was reportedly on the same path as the landing trajectory.
The second pilot who saw the human fly at an altitude of 1,000 feet, or about 914 meters.
The reports of the pilots when they saw flying humans were recorded in conversation with Los Angeles Airport Air Traffic Control.
PILOT AA 1997: Tower, American 1997, we just saw a man wearing a jetpack.
ATC: Okay, thank you. Is he on the right or the left?
Pilot AA1997: On the left, maybe 300 yards, in the same height.
About 10 minutes later, another pilot reported the same incident. The second pilot also confirmed seeing the man flying in a jetpack.
For that incident, the Los Angeles Airport ATC issued a warning on every approaching aircraft. Meanwhile, the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration, United States Federal Aviation Agency), confirmed that it will conduct an investigation.
The FBI and Los Angeles Police Department also immediately stepped in to track this down. “We are working to determine what is really going on here,” LAPD spokeswoman Laura Eimiller told CNN.
Jetpack, or also known as rocket pack, is equipment for flying that is used on the back (like a backpack). Generally containing gas, the jetpack serves to make the wearer fly or float the air.
Jetpack originally appeared in science fiction stories about 100 years ago. Through science and technological developments, real jetpacks have been made in several versions, forms, and mechanisms. However, until now nothing has been reported as being able to fly as in comics or feature films.
At least until the American pilots saw it for themselves. What happens in film or comic stories have now become a reality.