The plane’s front double wheel lifted right off the tarmac
The incredible footage was shot during Typhoon Soudelor on an airport tarmac in Taiwan.
Blustery conditions saw the ground flooded as fierce rain sleeted in sideways.
Extreme winds blew mist along the tarmac as the commercial plane sat stationary in its place.
But as the camera zoomed in, the jet’s front double wheel lifted right off the ground.
Viral video: The plane’s wheel lifted right off the tarmac in the extreme winds
For a few moments it sat in the air before touching back down to the tarmac once more.
The huge plane briefly rose up again and then landed back on the ground.
Typhoon Soudelor, also known as Typhoon Hanna in the Philippines, was an extreme tropical cyclone that hit Asia in 2015.
It brought with it sustained winds of 285 km/h (180 mph).
Viral video: The camera zoomed into the plane’s front wheel as wind gusts blew across
The video has gone viral since it was shared online.
Uploaded to image site Imgur, the clip has been viewed over 206,000 times.
One user noted: “Most liftoff speeds are around 130-160mph, so a hurricane will lift the plane.”
Another said: “That would horrify me, if I were at the scene.”
Viral video: The plane’s wheel lifted off the tarmac in Taiwan
A different video showed a plane struggling to land in extreme winds last week.
Storm Aileen moved from the UK over to mainland Europe, and Amsterdam was in the firing line.
Schiphol Airport was hit by 80mph winds as the storm took hold.
Stomach-flipping footage showed a plane coming into land in the treacherous conditions yesterday.
The flight bounced around in the ominous grey sky as it approached the tarmac.