Violent landing in Dublin due to hurricane Ophelia (Video)

Violent landing in Dublin due to hurricane Ophelia (Video)

During the day yesterday, passengers on an Aer Lingus flight had landed in Dublin, with Hurricane Ophelia making their presence felt.

These days, hurricane Ophelia hit Scotland. Strong winds of over 150 km / h were recorded. Activities in the UK, including air services, were disrupted.

Violent landing in Dublin

A footage posted by Seán Hassett shows us an Aer Lingus aircraft in full landing process in Dublin. The strong shear wind caused the aircraft to swing strongly before touchdown.

This is an Aer Lingus plane, which operates the EI491 flight (Faro - Dublin). Seán Hassett worried about his parents, who were on that plane. Although it was a rough landing, no one needed medical attention, and the aircraft suffered no damage.

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