A Boeing 737-800 should have aborted a landing due to strong crosswinds

The plane of Enter Air made a charter flight and almost hit the ground with the wing at the time of landing in Salzburg. On October 29 numerous storms broke out on the European continent, some of them with dangerous winds that hampered air activities. A Boeing 737-800 and registration SP-ESA belonging to the airline Enter Air operated the flight E4503 from the Frankfurt Airport (FRA), in Germany, to the Salzburg Airport (SZG), in Austria. Due to strong cross winds that reached speeds of up to 50 miles per hour…

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