The FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) has reportedly reopened Monstana’s airspace following two unidentified aircrafts in Alaska and Canada over the past two days.
The airspace was initially closed due to “support Department of Defense activities,” the FAA told Fox.
This is still a developing story – updates will be provided as they’re made available.
Acosta: The FAA we are told has just reopened the airspace over Montana pic.twitter.com/TKu1o5RqNS
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Following the U.S. military shootdown of two unidentified aircrafts in Alaska and Canada over the past two days, The Federal Aviation Administration has now announced they are closing airspace in portions of Montana, which house nuclear silos. “The FAA closed some airspace in Montana to support Department of Defense activities,” the FAA told Fox.
The news comes shortly after an unknown object was shot down by a U.S. military fighter jet over Canada in a joint NORAD operation between Canada and the United States.