A person flying a jetpack was reported by pilots above Los Angeles

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A man flying a jetpack was reported by pilots above Los Angeles

An unusual call came in at Los Angeles Airport about an unidentified man flying a jetpack. An American Airlines flight was the first to report a "man in a jetpack" on Sunday as the aircraft was 3,000 feet above Los Angeles International Airport. They said the man was about 30 meters from the plane. Now the FBI is investigating the matter. CNN has got the tone between air traffic control and the American and JetBlue flight crews. "Tower. American 1997. We just passed a man On a jetpack," the first plane called. "On the left about 300 to 30 meters. Above our height." About 10 minutes later another plane spotted the man. "We just saw how the guy flew past us with the jetpack", the crew informed the traffic manager. According to the announcement, air traffic control warned a JetBlue flight to "exercise caution … person on a jetpack that was reported 300 meters south". Video above: Check out the moment of this futuristic jet suit Breaks the world speed record After the plane confirmed the instruction, the air traffic controller concluded, "LA only." The Federal Aviation Administration said, "Officials have brought the reports to the attention of local law enforcement and are reviewing the reports." The FBI is investigating and working "to determine what happened," Laura Eimiller, spokeswoman for the Los Angeles branch, told CNN.

An unusual call came in at Los Angeles Airport about an unidentified man flying a jetpack.

An American Airlines flight was the first to report a "man in a jetpack" on Sunday at 3,000 feet above Los Angeles International Airport. They said the man was about 30 meters from the plane.

Now the FBI is investigating the matter.

CNN got the tone between air traffic control and the American and JetBlue flight crews.

"Tower. American 1997. We just passed a guy in a jetpack," called the first plane. "On the left, maybe 300-30 meters or so. Above our height."

Another plane spotted the man about 10 minutes later.

"We just saw the guy with the jetpack fly past us," the crew told the traffic manager.

According to the announcement, air traffic control warned a JetBlue flight "to exercise caution … person on a jetpack reported 300 meters south".

Video above: Watch the moment this futuristic jet suit breaks the world speed record

After the aircraft confirmed the instruction, the air traffic controller concluded with: "Only in LA."

The Federal Aviation Administration said, "Officials have brought the reports to the attention of local law enforcement and are reviewing the reports."

The FBI is investigating and "working to determine what happened," Laura Eimiller, spokeswoman for the Los Angeles branch, told CNN.

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