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Nail-biting landing through ferocious wind

Nail-biting landing through ferocious wind

(1:25) Eurowings turboprop lands at Dusseldorf Airport battling Storm Frederic, which wrought havoc across Germany.

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Guest: Toby456 (121 days ago)
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Remeber to fasten your seat belt and keep it fastened during the flight.

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Remeber to fasten your seat belt and keep it fastened during the flight.

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Guest: (125 days ago)

Riding that would put me off flying for good

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Riding that would put me off flying for good

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Mesmerelda Mesmerelda (124 days ago)

The plane didn't fall apart or crash on landing. That gives me confidence in flying.

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The plane didn't fall apart or crash on landing. That gives me confidence in flying.

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Guest: (124 days ago)

For sure. Even sitting inside it must have been scary.

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For sure. Even sitting inside it must have been scary.

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Maxwell1956 Maxwell1956 (125 days ago)

Well done, considering the gusting crosswind speed and and direction it was coming from....everywhere. " Dancing on the Pedals " is what my Certified Flying Instructor " Ian Day" used to say.

Mr. Blair M. Phillips

St. Catharines, Ontario

Canada

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Well done, considering the gusting crosswind speed and and direction it was coming from....everywhere. " Dancing on the Pedals " is what my Certified Flying Instructor " Ian Day" used to say.

Mr. Blair M. Phillips

St. Catharines, Ontario

Canada

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