The thrilling video, which has most likely been shot from the cockpit, begins with the plane approaching the runway in southern Saudi Arabia's Jazan airport. Though the runway is partially visible - the rest of it disappears in large clouds of sand and dust.
As the plane descends, visibility only gets worse. Seconds after its wheels hit the ground, the plane appears to be heading straight into a cloud of dust. In a haze of orange, all that is visible is the lighting on the edge of the runway.
Watch footage of the plane landing below:
REPOST to correct location. #Sand and #dust storms are impacting Arabian Gulf. Video via Nestor Santayana and @climatewithout borders of the approach to Jazan airport, southern Saudi Arabia, on Thursday. WMO sand and dust warning forecasts are issued by @Dust_Barcelonapic.twitter.com/QejizwFbTV— WMO | OMM (@WMO) April 27, 2018
"Would not want to be there," comments one person on the video. "That's crazy! Nice landing," says another.
Al Arabiya reports that several cities across Saudi Arabia have experienced extreme weather from heavy showers and strong winds to dust storms this week.
Last year, an Emirates Airbus A380 was caught on camera making a hard landing at the same airport. The A380 is the world's largest passenger plane, capable of seating more than 600 passengers.Click for more trending news