The nose rises 90 degrees, moves 180 degrees, and flattens the aircraft. There was no trail of exhaust to trace from where it first emerged in the clouds.
Keep an eye on the right side of the ship, as it rises as one continuous thing.
In May 2018, Youtube user “Kerry forides” posted this incredible video:
“I just flew through Turkey, somewhere between Izmir and the Agean Sea of Khios, arriving in Athens at 4.30 p.m. today, March 21, 2018. My wife had notified me 15 minutes previously that she had seen a missile, so I was on high alert and prepared.”
“It looks to be flying away at a right angle from our commercial plane, and we end up practically following it despite neither of us appearing to turn.
I’m curious as to why there was black smoke so near to our plane, and why I couldn’t detect a source of the jet stream or an airplane of any type. Kindly like, share, and follow KLK. Regards Kerry”