Scary touchdown in center of Storm Ciara in UK

Passengers on one jet within the UK have had a style of what a touchdown into Wellington could be like.

This diverted Wizz Air airplane was pressured to land at Birmingham Airport on Sunday as robust Storm Ciara winds whipped by the area.

The plane, flying from Warsaw, Poland, was meant to land at London Luton, however needed to divert as a result of climate.

Because the airplane approached Birmingham Airport, the wings might be seen flexing, and the airplane is rocked back and forth.

The plane had been diverted due to the weather.


The airplane had been diverted as a result of climate.

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Storm Ciara has battered the UK, Eire and northern Europe.

The storm introduced large gusts that hit 150kmh on the northern Welsh village of Aberdaron and 138kmh on the Welsh city of Capel Curig.

It also helped propel one plane to break a trans-Atlantic record.

A British Airways jet is believed to have made the quickest ever flight by a standard airliner from New York to London.

The fierce winds propelled the Boeing 747 to make the 5632km trans-Atlantic journey from New York to London in simply four hours and 56 minutes, touchdown 102 minutes early and reaching a prime pace of 1327kmh, in line with flight monitoring web site Flightradar24.

– Newsflare with AP