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On Wednesday (November 2, 2022) in Britain, a plane named Aurigny ATR72-600 was landed in extremely dangerous conditions amid strong winds. The pilots struggled to land the plane. A video of this has surfaced, in which the aircraft can be seen staggering in uneven, strong winds. It was eventually landed at Bristol Airport.
According to the report of The Sun, when the plane was trying to land at Bristol Airport, the plane began to wobble due to rain and strong winds. Due to this, the pilots had to face difficulties in landing the plane at the airport. Even on approaching the runway, the aircraft was unable to stabilize due to bad weather. Many were astonished to see the sight of this heart-wrenching landing. But the pilots managed to land the plane after a few seconds with their intelligence.
It is being told that due to storm, rain and strong wind in the UK, this horrific situation was seen. When the plane was landing, the wind was blowing at a speed of 44 kilometers per hour. The Meteorological Department had also issued an alert that there is a possibility of delay in road, rail, air and ferry transport and there is a possibility of power loss. A yellow rain alert has been issued for southern Scotland from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and in Northern Ireland from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
A321 TOGA and Tail Strike!
A full-on Touch and go, with a tail strike! Watch for the paint dust after contact and watch the empennage shaking as it drags. The pilot deserves a medal! BA training could use this in a scenario – happy to send the footage chaps#aviation #AvGeek pic.twitter.com/ibXjmVJGiT
— BIG JET TV (@BigJetTVLIVE) January 31, 2022
Let us tell you that in February this year, a similar heart-wrenching video of London went viral. The wheels of the plane touched the ground twice and it started flying again. It can be seen at the end of the video that the plane had completely touched the ground, due to which the plane could have overturned there, but the pilot smartly started flying the plane upwards, which saved lives.