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Intense crosswind forces plane pilot to abort landing

Landing can be one of the most stressful parts of a flight, but nothing can prepare passengers for the moment a pilot decides to abort and try again.  YouTuber Radko Našinec recently captured a Boeing 737-430 attempt a landing at Václav Havel Airport in Prague during a strong crosswind. At the last moments before touching down, the right side of the aircraft dips suddenly and the pilot decides to abandon the landing.
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