Wind gusts of up to 75mph plagued the Netherlands on July 25. As a result, flights were delayed and flights were cancelled, but one plane managed to conquer the winds at the Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam. According to reports, the July 25 storm was the most violent July storm ever recorded in the Netherlands. Check out the crazy KLM Asia landing below.
The KLM868 was traveling from Kansai International in Osaka to Amsterdam. The direct flight usually take just under 12 hours and has a 7.6 out of ten flight score on Expedia. The journey will set you back around $1,300. Though, these passengers should've been given a discount to account for emotional distress.
"Last Saturday, all flights at Schiphol had to do with strong winds and thereupon applied the relevant procedures," commented a GLM spokesperson to The Daily Mail UK.
'KLM pilots were well able to deal with it and ensure the safety of passengers and crew. KLM doesn’t take any risk, safety is therefore not been compromised," said the airline.
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