Montana airspace over Havre temporarily closes Saturday
Closure likely due to radar detection of unidentified object, later shot down over Lake Huron, Michigan
Last updated 2/13/2023 at 11:06am
Airspace in the Havre area was closed temporarily to civilian airplanes by the Federal Aviation Administration Saturday morning due to a radar anomaly now confirmed to have been the yet-unidentified object that was shot down over Lake Huron, Michigan Sunday.
Saturday, the North American Aerospace Defense Command said they sent fighter aircraft to investigate the object detected in Montana airspace, but did not identify any object to correlate to the radar hits, referring to it as an anomaly at the time, and they would continue to monitor the situation.
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