Storm Eunice: Air India pilot made plane landing amidst severe storm in UK, video went viral

The successful landing was live-streamed by YouTube channel Big Jet TV, which livestreams the landing and take-off of planes at Heathrow.

Air India’s pilot made the plane landing amidst a terrible storm in Britain (ANI Photo)

The whole of Britain is currently named Younis storm (Storm Eunice) is struggling with. Due to this, the Meteorological Department has announced a red alert for northern England including London. London’s Heathrow Airport with several planes staggering due to the storm (Heathrow Airport) But has been seen landing in a dangerous manner. On the contrary, Air India (Air India) The pilots of the plane efficiently got the plane landing at this airport, for which they are being highly praised. In the video, the plane is seen landing very smoothly on the airstrip, tearing the storm.

The successful landing was live-streamed by YouTube channel Big Jet TV, which livestreams the landing and take-off of planes at Heathrow. In this commentator Jerry Dyers has described each and every moment of the plane. According to reports, the flight landed at Heathrow on Friday afternoon. In two flights, one AI-147 was from Hyderabad, piloted by Captain Anchit Bhardwaj, while the other flight AI-145 was from Goa, which was being flown by Captain Aditya Rao.

Pilot is being praised

After this incident, Air India has praised both its pilots fiercely. An official said that our skilled pilots made the landing at Heathrow Airport at a time when other airlines had lost their courage. Actually, due to the storm, the balance of the planes could have deteriorated and they could slip on the runway, which could have caused a major accident.

Advice to people to avoid train travel

In view of the threat of storm, the Railways has appealed to its customers to avoid traveling. Many services have either been canceled or delayed. While many trains are running at a speed of 50 mph. Major roads including the A66 cross-Pennine route and the M8 between Edinburgh and Glasgow have been partially closed due to strong winds. This could be the deadliest storm for Britain since the Great Storm of 1987. At that time the wind speed had reached 115 mph in West Sussex. Whereas in central London the wind speed was recorded at 94 mph. At present, winds are blowing across Europe at a speed of about 200 kmph, due to which about 450 flights have been canceled.

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