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The FBI was involved in the investigation of the previous jetpack spotting on August 29, but any findings of that investigation have not yet been released to the public.

An unidentified man was seen flying in a jetpack near the Los Angeles International Airport again. "If it's a real jetpack, its noisy".

A China Airlines flight crew spotted what appeared to be a person flying a jet pack 6,000 feet above the ground near LAX Wednesday, less than two months after two separate airline crews reported seeing a jet pack in the Cudahy and South Gate areas.

The flight, inbound to Los Angeles International Airport from Taipei, reported seeing a jetpack over Culver City to the tower about 2 p.m., KABC reported.

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China Airlines 006: "We just saw a bright object at 6,000". After asking the JetBlue pilot to keep a lookout, the controller added, "Only in LA". But flying with a jet pack anywhere near any airport - let alone a massive one like LAX - is extremely risky and likely punishable by law.

It was not clear whether any of the cases represented a risk to air traffic.

CNN obtained the audio between air traffic control and American and JetBlue flight crews from the September 1 incident.

"Not seeing anything", the pilot reported. It marks the second such report in about six weeks.

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The first incident occurred on August 30, when an American Airlines pilot spotted a man in a jet pack.

Tower: "American 1997, OK, thank you, were they to your left side or right side?"

"We just saw the guy pass us by in the jetpack", a pilot from Jet Blue Airways then told the tower, which warned another pilot about the sighting. One of the pilots said the man was about 300 yards from the aircraft at an altitude of about 3,000 feet.

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