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Terrifying moment pilot and FAILS attempt to land his jet on Stormway runway during Storm Dennis storms

Terrifying moment pilot and FAILS attempt to land his jet on Stormway runway during Storm Dennis storms

  • Footage shows a pilot yesterday struggling to land a jet at Heathrow Airport
  • Other clips show planes struggling while trying to land at Birmingham Airport
  • Several jets wiggle in the air before they bounce while landing on the runway

Several planes struggled to land in the UK yesterday, with their pilots ravaged by fierce storms from Storm Dennis.

One video shows a pilot who tried yesterday and did not land at Heathrow Airport, because winds of up to 91 km / h were registered by the country due to the storm.

Other clips show planes landing at Birmingham Airport, descending slowly as they fight against the wind.

Several jets wiggled alarmingly in the air above the airport, but they almost managed to prevent a potential disaster and make the landing.

Others bounced on the runway after landing, certainly to cause an alarm for passengers.

Despite the frightening scenes, the planes were able to land successfully.

The UK is being destroyed by Storm Dennis this weekend, with two dead and one person missing due to the storm.

Families giving breaks on mid-February remained stranded when the 1,200-kilometer-wide “bomb cyclone” abused Britain.

In dozens of cities that are still recovering from the destruction by the Storm Ciara last week, the army was deployed to reinforce the flood defenses.

A shocking video shows an airplane trying and not landing at Heathrow Airport amidst Storm Dennis

A shocking video shows an airplane trying and not landing at Heathrow Airport amidst Storm Dennis

The pilot left the landing after fighting strong winds while trying to land the jet at Heathrow

The pilot left the landing after fighting strong winds while trying to land the jet at Heathrow

The pilot left the landing after fighting strong winds while trying to land the jet at Heathrow

But experts warned that this weekend’s attack would cause further flooding.

Virgin canceled yesterday and today four long-haul flights from Heathrow to Hong Kong and Boston.

Passengers were booked on other services. Meanwhile, British Airways confirmed 40 short-haul flights to and from Heathrow last night, and this evening was canceled, with routes to Amsterdam and Glasgow being hit hardest.

According to the European rules for air travelers, airlines that cancel flights have a duty of care to provide replacement transportation, as well as hotels and meals if required.

Other clips yesterday show planes that rocked alarmingly in the air over Birmingham Airport

Other clips yesterday show planes that rocked alarmingly in the air over Birmingham Airport

Other clips yesterday show planes that rocked alarmingly in the air over Birmingham Airport

Despite the frightening images and a few bumps on the runway, the planes were able to land safely

Despite the frightening images and a few bumps on the runway, the planes were able to land safely

Despite the frightening images and a few bumps on the runway, the planes were able to land safely

BBC journalist Christian Fraser and his wife Topaz were among the vacationers whose travel plans had been destroyed.

They would fly to Gran Canaria yesterday for a break of £ 3,500 easyJet, but they were told that the flights had been canceled and received no other information.

“Nobody helped us and nobody seems to know what’s going on,” Fraser told The Mail on Sunday.

“We don’t know now whether we should try to come to Gran Canaria with our own resources. We tried to contact easyJet on Friday evening for help, but the call centers closed at 8 p.m. “

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