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How turbulence looks like

Following our previous article we now share a video posted by snugsug.com. It shows a striking example of a severe turbulent area with rain at Birmingham airport in the UK.

First, a Flybe Embraer tries to land, but has to go around as the crosswinds are too strong.

Next, an easyJet Airbus approaches the airport and does the same. It does not even try a second time, but diverts straight to Stansted.

But then an Emirates Airbus 380 - the biggest passenger plane - is approaching the runway. The sheer size of the aircraft enables it to land in an enormous pool of water.

Too bad that only few airlines operate the Airbus 380 for it is the most convenient plane for passengers.

But passenger convenience is just no consideration for carriers.

Tags: turbulence, Airbus 380

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