From 5 pm, multiple aircraft must make a restart on the short Oostbaan. An EasyJet device from London even flew back to London Stansted after a few attempts.
An Air Europa Dreamliner tries to land on the Zwanenburgbaan after two unsuccessful attempts, but that too was not possible due to the strong wind. Meanwhile, the device seems to be moving from Madrid to Paris.
A Transavia-Boeing from Bari is also circling for a short while after three attempts to get the device safely to the ground.
Everywhere in Europe, flights are struggling. View a frightening landing in Birmingham here:
More than one hundred and twenty flights were canceled today at Schiphol. Yet the storm also has positive effects. A Boeing 747-400 from British Airways flew last night in a time of just 4 hours and 56 minutes from New York to London because of the strong wind; a record. And a KLM aircraft reached a speed of more than 1300 kilometers per hour.
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