Ryanair passengers cry, pray and gag while the flight from Morocco to Belgium vibrates violently during Storm Dennis
- Passengers on a Ryanair flight were terrified when the aircraft fluctuated due to bad turbulence
- Some may be heard gagging while others prayed while the plane shook violently
- It came when Storm Dennis tore through Belgium with a strong wind during the weekend
Passengers on a Ryanair flight startled by bad turbulence during Storm Dennis were filmed crying, praying and even gagging.
The flight from Oujda, Morocco to Brussels, Belgium turned out to be a bumpy ride because the plane was violently thrust into the air.
It came when Storm Dennis tore through Belgium at the weekend, disrupting trees and flooded roads.
Passengers on a Ryanair flight startled by bad turbulence during Storm Doris were filmed crying, praying and even gagging
On images taken by one of the passengers aboard the Ryanair flight, several terrified travelers see the seat clamped in front of them.
You can hear passengers gagging while others pray as the plane suddenly flips back and forth.
Others on board cry and moan audibly with fear.
The flight, which has an average duration of three hours and 40 minutes, landed at Charleroi airport when Storm Dennis raged with gusts of wind up to 62 m / h.
No injuries to passengers or personnel on board the flight have been reported.
It comes when thousands of Britons are forced to leave their homes as the country fights against the worst floods in 200 years in the aftermath of Storm Dennis, with four days of rain this week about to result in a “national emergency.”
Officials are urging residents in South Wales, Yorkshire, Shropshire, Worcestershire and Herefordshire to evacuate and warn that the UK is “not out of the woods” and they risk their own safety if they are left in place.
Communities most affected by last weekend’s storm brace themselves for further misery tomorrow when two inches of rain falls in just 24 hours. York, Sheffield and Leeds are facing another three centimeters of rain showers during Friday, which the Met Office says they will not admit until the early hours of Saturday.
There are still 350 flood reports across the country – including six serious ‘life-threatening’ warnings – the last of which was introduced after the Severn River broke its banks.