Stomach churning plane landing during Typhoon Cimaron caught on video

Modern aircraft technology has made landing feel like a breeze, but when the breeze gets a bit stronger, your knuckles can turn white, and your face probably will too.

Spare a thought for the passengers onboard this ANA Dreamliner flight attempting to land at Tokyo Narita Airport as Typhoon Cimaron passed by over the weekend.

It's believed wind shear was to blame for the rough ride. That's when wind changes direction and strength almost instantly, affecting the airflow over the airplane's wings.

No one was injured in the incident, which was filmed at around 3pm, and the flight made a successful landing on its second attempt.

Three other flights due to land at Narita at the time diverted to Haneda, Tokyo's other major airport.