The dash-cam footage was uploaded by Sandy Laverty in Coleraine and posted by conspiracy channel Disclose.TV.
It appears to capture two strange bright objects flying across the sky, which also coincides with similar reports by the pilots.
The first sighting recorded by a British Airways pilot flying a Boeing 747 jet from Montreal to Heathrow over Kerry was at 6.47am.
She described seeing an object coming up along the left-hand side of her aircraft before it “rapidly veered to the north”.
But the dash-cam footage shows the suspected UFO at 6.44am, only minutes before.
Disclose.TV said the two sightings “could be a coincidence”, but if they are related then the UFOs must have travelled hundreds of miles in a matter of minutes.
The dash cam shows two glowing objects in the distance come into view before disappearing suddenly.
There is no footage of the initial sightings by the pilots, but audio has emerged of the pilot speaking to Air Traffic Control.
The Irish Aviation Authority has launched an investigation into the incident after the Shannon Airport Air Traffic Control unit was asked if any “military exercises” were taking place.
Terrifyingly, air traffic controllers replied saying: “There is nothing showing on either primary or secondary [radar].”
The concerned pilot replied: “OK. It was moving so fast”, before adding that she was “wondering” what it could be.
The pilot goes on to describe how a bright light sped past the aircraft heading north at a “very high speed”.
After her report, another pilot from Virgin Airlines revealed that they also saw “multiple objects ” which were “very bright”.
The Virgin Airlines pilot discussing the possibility of a meteor with “multiple objects following the same sort of trajectory”.
Another pilot added their shock at the speed of the unidentified object, saying the acceleration was “astronomical, it was like Mach 2”.