62 mph Crosswind in Close-up: Storm Doris

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frontcentermusician : 5:05 damn near tail strike..

Mike Nova : 5:04 near tail strike.

nbvw3 : Shout-out to the flybe turboprop captains in that clip!

That Random Channel : "Let's do a vertical takeoff" said the captain. 5:00 XD

Sam Brown : man this wind makes it look like little plastic planes when these huge aircrafts wiggle around in air

K staal : 5:39 Ryanair plane was hijacked and landed here, no way the pilots could land that smoothly

FivePoints Vids : Still think pilots are glorified bus drivers?

Tomyfamily 18 : 5:04 too close to a tail strike

Jman : 5:35 typical Ryanair landing if you ask me

Some Loser : Imagine landing with crosswinds and looking out the window and being like, “I don’t think im supposed to see the runway when landing

Norse Myn : The crosswinds are one thing, that rollercoaster of a runway is another. No one decided "Hey, let's make this thing flat. We have earth movers ya know."

TheTNTPickaxe : 5:03 damn son

blastman8888 : That Dash 8 at 3:00 the passengers must have been terrified being tossed around like that after take off.


the geek : purple plane comes down like a helicopter.

quinnjim : Thomas Cook really over rotated badly at 5:00. Looks like he may have hit the tail. If not, it was VERY close. In high winds, we usually rotate slowly to make sure we build plenty of speed in turbulent conditions.

CJH200iiWii : Almost every aircraft landed hard, then Ryanair comes in and its like the smoothest landing you’ll ever see by that airline, I guess it works good in bad weather and works bad in good weather 5:22

Southwest 700 : 5:03 almost tail strike

Christian's Dog Vlogs : Was that thomas cook A321 at 5:04 who almost had a tail strike?

ihatesigningupforsht : Thomas Cook please contact NASA departures on 1420.69er

Robert Åhlander : Look at 5:00 and se a close tailstrike😮😮😮

JACKPRESTO 123 : 5:05 that Thomas cook fligh was like 2 inches from slamming that rear end into the ground

Actune : Someone eating chips in the background

James Peckham : Lol 4:49 just hangs there...

Bill T : Taking off is optional. Landing is required.

BluD : Thats okay you can delay my flight

danieljckson : 7 minutes and 18 seconds of me going F*** that!

Diesel Power : Could land on a damn helipad with those winds. Imagine calling ATC "AA1337 coming in for a vertical landing runway 69L"

Mr. Nick : Never realized commercial planes had buttholes

Victor Augusto : 5:00 almost tail strike

Frank Rizzo : 5:04 is that close t o a tail strike?

Nigel Brinkmann : The Thomas cook plane had its tail close to the ground at 5.05 on take off!!!!!

Daniel Benton : **attention all passengers the cabin crew will soon be coming through with a 120 pairs of fresh pants and baby wipes**

Donald Clark : 5:05 looked real close to tailstrike

Paul Stewart : WOW this is one of the best cross wind videos on youtube! There were quite a few near tail strikes too!

Aleksandar Kjelland : Still the smoothest Ryan Air landing I’ve ever seen

Bradley Stalker : What airport is this so I can never go there...

Komrade Kat : I need a drink just watching this

#Resist#PunchaNazi#SJWfaggot#RedRum : 5:08 almost a tail strike

alan koza : Hold my beer ... I'll land this !!

Mohd Aliff Busrah : 5:05 almost tail strike😂

Rick Noah : You'd make a fortune selling underwear at that airport....

Owen Heath : Thomas Cook so close to a tail strike

Adam Ceresa : At 5:02 talk about a near miss rail strike!!!

Marcus Thorén : Okay, I will never enter that purple airplane...

Igor Klenin : Cameraman is a pro. All objects are in focus, no shaking, no vertical, +1 like to the cameraman.

dgunn4fun : CRJ 3-Pilots remarks: "Short and final GWPS 100.. 90... 80... 70... 60... 50... 50, 50..." Co-Pilot: "Dude what the hell?" Pilot:" I know man, I think we are hovering!"

teampullmyfinger : Great video, thank you for not putting that tired out electronic crap music on this.

adamndirtyape : Weirdly enough, I'm someone who used to be fearful of flying, but has gradually merely become alarmed by it, and yet videos like this are actually quite useful in overcoming the fear of flying. What you see is that even in crappy conditions, the planes are more than capable of handling things, that the pilots seem to handle this sort of stuff as routinely as if they were taking off in ideal conditions, and most importantly of all, that nothing bad actually happens to the plane and passengers no matter how alarming it looks. This is something to hang onto if you're a nervous flyer. The people flying the planes and controlling the airports really know their stuff, and the aircraft are not fragile things that will break apart at the gust of a wind. There's a reason why tens of thousands of flights happen every day worldwide and almost no accidents happen. So the next time I fly, I will think about this video, and remind myself that the most dangerous part of my trip is the car ride to the airport. Thanks for posting this cool video.

plane15man : I'm fairly confident in my crosswind ability, but a 45 degree crab angle is a bit much. Holy shit...