- Viral video from Dusseldorf, Germany shows plane swerving while landing
- Safety of passengers, crew not compromised while landing: report
- A380, world's largest passenger plane, can seat over 600 people
In the dramatic video, the plane can be seen wobbling in the high winds as it approaches the runway. As the pilots land the double-deck aircraft, it appears to bounce before swerving frighteningly. Though it's only a matter of seconds before the pilots are able to steady the plane, one can only imagine how terrifying the experience must have been for passengers seated inside.
"This video shows the incredible skills of the pilots. Even after an unexpected wind gust after touchdown they managed to re-align with the runway. Incredible job by the pilots," wrote the uploader on YouTube.
"Emirates flight EK 55 on October 5, 2017 landed safely in Dusseldorf under strong crosswind conditions. At no point was the safety of the passengers and crew onboard compromised," Khaleej Times reported an Emirates spokesperson as saying.
The A380 is the world's largest passenger plane, capable of seating more than 600 passengers.
Watch the video below:
The video has been viewed more than 9.9 million times since being uploaded four days ago.
"I'm never flying again," commented one person on the YouTube video. "Wow! Must have been a crazy experience for those at the rear of the plane...from side to side like that," commented another.
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