20/02/2014 06:26 GMT | Updated 20/02/2014 07:59 GMT

Terrifying Footage Of Pilot Trying To Land Boeing 767 In Fierce Crosswinds At Birmingham Airport (VIDEO)

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If you’re a nervous flier, look away now.

Fierce crosswinds buffeted and bumped this Boeing 767 as it attempted to land at Birmingham Airport on 15 February.

The dramatic footage shows the plane swaying left and right as it hones in on the runway, before “bouncing” as it touches the ground.

And bounce: The plane had a bumpy landing

It comes after an EasyJet plane was photographed making a landing in similarly blustery conditions this week at Luton airport.

The plane’s wing was within feet of crashing into the tarmac at 150mph before the pilot aborted the landing.

The pilot tried once more before the aircraft was diverted to Stansted Airport.