On the Greek island of Skiathos, an airplane flew at a record low altitude right over the heads of tourists. Video

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In Greece, an airplane surprised tourists with a low landing

Tourists on the Greek island of Skiathos witnessed an airplane flying over their heads at a record low altitude. Out of fear, many covered their heads and even crouched down, fearing that the pilot would hit people.

However, the landing was successful and none of the vacationers were injured. A video titled "The New Lowest Landing?" was posted on GreatFlyer's YouTube channel (scroll to the bottom of the page to see the video and photos).

The footage shows a Wizzair Airbus A321neo aircraft appearing on the horizon and rapidly approaching the shore, lowering its altitude. It flew over boats and tourists who were watching the pilot's skills on the island.

Tourists on the Greek island of Skiathos watched an unusual landing

Many of them crouched down and covered their heads from fear, the loud sound and the dust that was kicked up on the beach. After flying over a low fence, the plane landed almost immediately.

People hid their heads as the plane flew overhead

The airport explained that the size of the island does not allow for a long runway, so the planes fly very low. However, this particular flight was probably planned in advance, as you can see many cameras recording the landing.

The size of the island does not allow for a long runway

The video has already garnered over half a million views, and in the comments, users joked about the reaction of the witnesses to the landing.

"How many of them do you think needed new pants?", "These people shouldn't be staying there in the danger zone", "Powerful hair dryer, isn't it?", - they say in the messages.

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