Aircraft staggered in stormy winds, see bumpy and ‘dangerous’ landing at London airport

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London : At present, strong winds are blowing in Britain due to Hurricane Eunice. Strong winds and high waves also affected UK transport on Friday. The scene was viewed by more than 3 million people in a live streaming video on YouTube. Everyone was very surprised to see the faltering landing of planes in London. The livestream on YouTube started eight hours ago. Big Jet TV host Jerry Dyer followed several pilots from British Airways to Emirates planes. These pilots make extremely risky and bumpy landings at London Heathrow Airport in the midst of a fierce storm. According to the Meteorological Department, Hurricane Younis is responsible for ‘the strongest winds ever recorded in England’.

spark from plane wheelThe host’s quick-witted commentary keeps millions of viewers hooked. He goes on to detail everything from the pilots staggering down to their careful landing. The sound of strong winds can be heard in the background of the video. ‘There are a lot of panicky passengers on the plane right now,’ he says as a plane swings in the air. A plane can also be seen crashing on the air strip. Before the right side of the plane touches the ground, a spark starts coming out of its left wheel.

Millions of people imprisoned in their homes due to the stormHurricane Eunice has affected more than 140,000 homes in England and 80,000 homes and businesses in Ireland. Lakhs of people are currently stuck in their homes due to the storm. London was put on ‘red alert’ due to long waves off the west coast of Britain. This warning level means the weather could be “life threatening”.

[Attribution to NBT]

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