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Big Jet TV Goes Viral For Wild Scenes Of Planes Landing During Storm Eunice

Big Jet TV Goes Viral For Wild Scenes Of Planes Landing During Storm Eunice
By Jonathan Byrne Updated

Big Jet TV, take a bow.

Every storm has its highs and lows. With red alerts, it can be dangerous to travel in, damaging homes and livelihoods and causing electricity outages.

Looking on the brighter side, sometimes true heroes emerge from the clouds. For Storm Eunice, the hero to emerge has been 'Big Jet TV'.

The YouTube channel, run by aviation enthusiast Jerry Dyer, documents planes landing and leaving various airports around the world.

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Dyer has filmed planes traveling to and from the likes of Amsterdam Schiphol, Miami International, and Chicago O'Hare over the last few months.

He's a regular feature at London Heathrow in particular. Big Jet TV's live streams of planes of different shapes and sizes landing at the UK stronghold have racked up hundreds of thousands of views.

Big Jet TV Goes Viral

However, Dyer couldn't have expected his channel to blow up as much as it did during Storm Eunice, as thousands have watched his coverage of planes landing at Heathrow Airport.

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Starting with a few thousand viewers, it reached over 100,000 and eventually eclipsed the 200,000 mark. He's really found a home during the storm.

Dyer has been camped out near a landing strip at the London airport and has been filming the various pilots from different countries trying to navigate in the difficult conditions.

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According to the man himself, the planes have three attempts to try and power through the strong storm winds, and if they fail to land with three goes they have to divert.

Big Jet TV has provided for a bit of a thrilling view as the planes float from side to side before attempting to make it to the strip. Not for the faint-hearted or those afraid of flying.

People have taken to social media too to credit his camera work and thank him for providing some much needed enjoyment as most people last the storm indoors.

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What makes the broadcast even more enjoyable is Jerry reacting to the number of viewers and his astonishment that thousands of people have tuned into his channel.

He's also receiving press and media calls from media outlets such as the BBC, ITV, and Channel 4 while he's live on stream, which makes Big Jet TV even more authentic.

Thankfully, it seems like he has an assistant in 'Jerry' who's helping him out on that front. Apparently, he's in a location difficult to locate at Heathrow Airport.

Hopefully, Storm Eunice is remembered for these viral moments rather than causing widespread damage. Hopefully.

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