Footage at: http://www.extraordinarybeliefs.com/tic-tac-aav (see also attachment) To me this seems consistent with a distant (>50 miles away) plane flying away from the camera. It looks VERY similar to this proven example of the same thing: Discussed here: https://www.metabunk.org/explained-chilean-navy-ufo-video-aerodynamic-contrails-flight-ib6830.t8306/ At the end of the video it gently drifts off to the left, either making a turn or due to the camera lock drifting. A sudden jump between 1x and 2x zoom makes this look vastly more dramatic than it actually is. It could be a combination of the plane making a turn and the camera lock. If it's flying nearly directly away from the camera and it's really far away (like 50 to 100 miles), then it's still likely going to be moving relative to the camera direction, and indeed we see the camera heading at the top got from 4°R to 8° L, at which point the tracking seems to fail. So I'd say the entire incident likely consisted of dodgy radar returns and a distant plane not on the radar.