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China Southern Airlines flight forced to make emergency landing due to hail-cracked windshield

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A China Southern Airlines flight was forced to touch down too soon after a hail storm shattered the plane back to the philistines.

Flight CZ3101 was on the way from Guangzhou, China to Beijing on the 26th of May as hailstones rained down on the Airbus A380 at 37,000 feet, The New York Post reported. The planes of the nose and the window was badly damaged by the storm.

Flight CZ3101, pictured, was on its way from Guangzhou, China to Beijing on the 26th of May as hailstones rained down on the Airbus A380 at 37,000 feet.
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Captain He Xianghang quickly a call was made to air traffic control in Beijing Capital International Airport, according to the the Sun, and the officials granted permission for the damaged aircraft to land in the Chinese capital briefly for 12 hours.

This is the view from the cockpit of a China Southern Airlines flight CZ3101, who with success landed in a hailstorm, despite a severely cracked windshield by a hailstorm.
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Although China Southern Airlines did not immediately return Fox News’ request for comment, reps confirmed to The Straits Times that no one was injured when the plane went on to land safely.

Passengers, meanwhile, compared with the dramatic landing on a roller coaster ride, as the plane hit turbulence several times as it descended.

A photo of the inside of the cockpit of flight CZ3101, who with success landed in a hailstorm.
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“The aircraft was rocked three or four times, each lasting about half a minute,” a flight CZ3101 passenger told China.org.cn.

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“It felt like a roller coaster. I nearly vomit. It was so happy that we made a safe landing,” another agreed.

At least 143 flights via Beijing Capital airport were canceled on Sunday until 1 pm due to the heavy rainfall and strong winds, according to the outlet.

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