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Watch This Incredibly Low Landing – Lowest Landing Ever??

Written by Charlie

Check out the videos of what may be the lowest landing ever! This Wizz Air flight came just over the top of the onlookers on this Greek island.

Plane-spotting is a big pastime and there are some particularly great places to go to see some very low landings. One of those has typically been St. Maarten with even some big heavies – like 747 planes – coming in low over the people watching for them.

Incredibly Low Landing of Wizz Air Flight to Skiathos

But, this is definitely one of the lowest landing videos I have ever seen! Last Friday, August 5, Wizz Air flight W68447 from Naples to Skiathos landed on the Greek island. It came in much lower than the onlookers had been expecting!

This gave those nearby quite possibly one of the closest views they will have to an Airbus A321neo while it is in the air! This instagram video was captured by Instagram user @athspotter. Give him a follow to see some more of his great work, though not quite as dramatically close as this had been!

 

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Also, check out this YouTube video of the same flight for another view.

Featured image from the GreatFlyer YouTube video

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Charlie

Charlie has been an avid traveler and runner for many years. He has run in marathons around the world for less than it would cost to travel to the next town - all as a result of collecting and using miles and points. Over the years, he has flown hundreds of thousands of miles and collected millions of miles and points.
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