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UFORadio-International Special: ep #4: NAC Radar-Visual UFO Incident - 1970s: Peter Maher

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UFORadio-International Special
Episode #4: NAC Radar-Visual UFO Incident - 1970s

Guest: Peter Maher, NAC Pilot

Please explore this map to better understand the flight route of F27:

In our Special Investigative episode we present your former NAC pilot - Peter Maher who joined me over the telephone all the way from New Zealand.

Peter will describe important Radar-Visual UFO Incident from 1970s while he was flying NAC Fokker 27 Airplane from Tauranga to Auckland. Case involves visual sighting, radar detection from  ground and on-board radars. Most dramatic element is a near-miss incident which is raising  air Safety concerns.

On top of that, incident has very similar characteristics with Pan Adria incident from 1976 which I am researching for the last 21 years. That incident happened above former Yugoslavia. 

In both of these cases, we can compare following aspects:

- Radar detection with on-board and ground radars.

- Frontal confrontation with an UFO which allowed detection from Fokker's weather radar with a very strong signal.

- Visual sighting.

- UFO followed air plane during considerable part of the flight route maintaining speed and distance from the plane.

- Enormous speed increase from an UFO and near-miss incident.


Special Thanks in producing this episode goes to:

Matthew Tyler, Haunted Auckland - New Zealand Paranormal Investigation and Research - for additional help to locate Mr. Maher:

Mark Cranston for supplying his beautiful image simulations of NAC F27 Airplane.

Daniel Tanner for giving permission to use his NAC F27 image:



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