A TikTokker has shared footage from inside an
aircraft while it was forced to make an emergency landing – and it’s chilling
A TikTokker has shared footage from inside an aircraft while it was forced to make an emergency landing – and it’s chilling to watch.
For many, flying is an absolute nightmare. Many films have been made where planes have gone down due to technical issues and even terrorism, so many can’t help but break a sweat when they do find themselves on an aircraft.
So, when Maria Almazova shared a video showing viewers what it’s like when a plane does need to make an emergency landing, many found their fear of flying exacerbated.
In the video, Maria shares footage of the rows of passengers in front of her putting their heads down as the flight attendants instruct passengers to “Head down, brace, brace!” repeatedly.
28.03.2021 рейс Москва-Краснодар было страшно, не забуду никогда♬ оригинальный звук - Мария Алмазова
The incident took place on March 29 on a flight from Moscow to Krasnodar when the aircraft was forced to make the emergency landing after suffering a tail flap malfunction.
“Before landing in Krasnodar, we were told that the plane was preparing for an emergency landing. At first we thought it was a joke, but later the pilot confirmed it, then the plane circled around the city for about an hour,” Maria tells MailOnline. “There was fear on people’s faces… children were crying, someone was praying, it was really scary.”
In a follow-up video, Maria shares that the plane landed safely and the pilot was praised with cheers from passengers on board.
Ответ пользователю @maraldagestanlezginka♬ оригинальный звук - Мария Алмазова
Many praised the air hostesses in the comments section of the video. One user wrote: “Flight attendants are the coolest people on Earth. Will you survive or not, it’s unclear, but the passengers need to be re-assured.” Another added: “Remembered the expression: in the falling plane, there are no atheists.”
Image courtesy: TikTok
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