According to the Irish Examiner, Shannon Air Traffic control was contacted by a British Airways captain flying over County Kerry on her way to Montreal, Canada, who said she had seen a speeding bright light.
The Irish Aviation Authority says it's launched an investigation into the incident.
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He also claimed that he saw "multiple objects following the same sort of trajectory", but concluded that those could have been meteorites.
"There's nothing showing on either primary or secondary [radar]", air traffic control said, according to the report.
The pilot said they saw "a bright light" that "disappeared at very high speed".
"Glad it wasn't just me", someone chimed in at one point.
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A spokesman for the Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) said: "Following reports from a small number of aircraft on Friday 9th November of unusual air activity the IAA has filed a report". Listen to the audio clip above (below the picture) for the exchange, which starts just before the 18 minute mark.
A Virgin Airlines Boeing 747 pilot then joined the conversation to suggest that a meteor or some other object was re-entering Earth's atmosphere. When the air traffic controller replied in the negative, the pilot said that she had seen something moving "so fast".
The pilot of Virgin Airlines flight VS76 from Orlando to Manchester then reported seeing a similar thing, the website reports.
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They reported that the object was moving at "astronomical speeds - it was like Mach 2".
We have reached out to a number of authorities for comment and more information regarding this freaky incident, we will report back if we find out more.