Ireland Aer Lingus flight sways as pilot battles frightening Storm Dennis winds at Dublin Airport
Dublin Airport flight hit by huge lightning bolt as UK hit by fierce weather
The extraordinary incident was caught on CCTV by Daniel Pereira who jumped up from watching TV after seeing the huge flash through his blinds .The 31-year-old told Birmingham Live: “We were watching TV when we saw a huge light on the other side of our closed blinds and then a heard a huge noise which made our dogs jump.“Roxanne said that couldn’t have just been normal lightning and checked the CCTV to see what happened. © Daniel Pereira The amazing moment was caught on Daniel Pereira's CCTV “Our dogs don’t normally care about thunderstorm noise so it was strange that were so scared.
Scary footage shows a flight battling hard against Storm Dennis winds as it lands at Dublin Airport.
The Aer Lingus Airbus a330 was captured on film by Colm Phelan as it came into the capital on Saturday around 2.30pm.
The plane can be seen slowly coming in from a field across the runway with camera man on the road in between.
The Aer Lingus jet sways a little from side to side as it slows down and prepares to hit the ground.
As it passes over Colm's head its lowers down swaying a little before hitting the tarmac safely.
Passengers 'vomiting and crying' as Dublin Airport flight tries to land four times and is forced to divert in Storm Ciara
Passengers described the flight as 'the worst of their lives' with 'severe turbulence' and the final landing abandoned as the plane 'shot back up' because of the windWales Rugby fan Jason Allen who flew to Ireland to watch his team's defeat against Ireland at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin on Saturday described it as the "worst flight of his life".
It was a rocky week for flyers as footage taken last Saturday shows another Aer Lingus plane violently rocking as it came in to land during Storm Ciara.
Yesterday's video comes as Met Eireann issued a Yellow Weather Warning which will remain in place until 11pm tonight.
The good news is Dennis's 'rain' of terror will ease off during the week - but wind speeds of up to 109kph and possible hail and thunder is on the cards for today.
Passenger moved twice as pics show Aer Lingus seats 'falling apart' on flight from Dublin Airport .
Pictures show the two seats, one with the squab dislodged and another with the back tearing from its base . © rebius Prague, Czech Republic - January 07, 2014: A320 Aer Lingus taxis to terminal in PRG Airport. Ar Lingus responded to the man apologising and asked him to message them further with more details.They said: "We're sorry to hear this and appreciate you following the instruction of your Cabin Crew."They then asked him to message.