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Planes Trying To Land In 60 MPH Winds

I dislike flying. On my journey to Atlantic City and back I had to take six separate flights. One was actually delayed in Atlanta due to a severe storm in Philadelphia. Now I see this video and think how safe my flights actually were.

This video comes to us from northern Spain, where a recent storm ravaged the area and airplanes were forced to land under 62mph crosswinds. The pilots in these airliners are superheroes. But more importantly, why weren’t later planes diverted in the face of the storm?

This could be one of the more terrifying videos I’ve ever seen.

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