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Ryanair Extreme Heavy Landing
A footage captured the moment a Ryanair plane carrying tourists landed with a thud, throwing passengers out of their seats.
The mobile phone video shows the plane edging towards the runway at Leeds Bradford Airport, West Yorks.
However the Boeing 737-800 aircraft's wheels rebound off the tarmac as it touches down and jolts screaming holidaymakers forward.
The budget airline was travelling from Fuerteventura in the Canary Islands on afternoon Friday.
The clip was filmed by passenger Craig Cullinan who described it as the worst landing he had experienced in years of flying.
Cullinan told the MailOnline: 'The aircraft just got a point where it then just seemed to drop from the sky directly onto the tarmac.
A spokesman for Ryanair told MailOnline: 'The aircraft experienced cross winds on approach to Leeds Bradford airport and landed normally and safely.'
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