Someone's Live Streaming Planes Landing At Heathrow And It's Tense But Also Really Addictive

Someone's Live Streaming Planes Landing At Heathrow And It's Tense But Also Really Addictive

As Storm Eunice takes hold in the capital, be grateful if your biggest worry is the loss of your wheelie bin (or your new acquisition of a stray washing line/garden chair/trampoline).

Some people have bigger tasks to face — like landing whomping great planes at Heathrow Airport. That's right; as wind speeds approach 70mph, Heathrow's still open. And someone's live streaming the planes landing.

The Big Jet TV YouTube channel has been streaming from close to the runway for a couple of hours, filming and commentating as the jets either come into land or, as in increasingly common as Eunice takes hold, doing a 'go-around' and making multiple attempts to land.

At time of writing, almost 100k people are tuned into the tense live stream on YouTube. You can watch it below, but don't blame us if you don't get anything else done for the rest of the day.

For the latest updates on Storm Eunice in London, click here.

Last Updated 18 February 2022

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