A man flying in a jetpack has been spotted again in the skies over Los Angeles

A Man Flying In A Jetpack Has Been Spotted Again In The Skies Over Los Angeles
The entrance to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is seen during the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, which causes COVID-19, April 16, 2020, in Los Angeles. (Photo by VALERIE MACON / AFP) (Photo by VALERIE MACON/AFP via Getty Images)

An unidentified man was seen flying in a jetpack near the Los Angeles International Airport … again.

The man was spotted by a flight crew around 1:45 p.m. Wednesday, the Federal Aviation Administration confirmed to CNN.

“A China Airlines crew reported seeing what appeared to be someone in a jet pack at an approximate altitude of 6,000 feet, about seven miles northwest of Los Angeles International Airport,” the FAA said in a statement.

The FAA said it alerted local law enforcement agencies and are investigating the report.

Similar sightings of a man in a jetpack near LAX were reported to the FAA in September.

An American Airlines flight was the first to report a “guy in a jetpack” at the plane’s’ altitude of 3,000 feet above Los Angeles International Airport on September 1. The aircraft’s crew said that the man was approximately 30 yards away from the aircraft. About 10 minutes later, another plane spotted the man.

The FBI previously confirmed that it was investigating that particular incident.

CNN has reached out to the FBI about the ongoing investigation and LAX for comment. There are no additional details at this time.

CNN obtained the audio between air traffic control and American and JetBlue flight crews from the September 1 incident. According to the communications, air traffic control warned a JetBlue flight to “use caution… person on a jetpack reported 300 yards south.”

After the plane acknowledged the instruction, the controller concluded with: “Only in LA.”

CNN’s Alexandra Meeks contributed to this report.