Video footage has captured the amazing moment a plane was blown off the ground by severe winds.
Thankfully, there were no passengers on the 747 jet as the front of the plane lifts up and down in a seesaw action in winds of over 70mph, according to news.com.au.
The jet had been decommissioned and was sitting in a boneyard in Mojave, California, without its engines when the footage was taken.
According to the Metro, the jet had rotated 45 degrees from its original position the day before the gales.
Although the back wheels stay firmly on the ground, the nose and the fuselage of the Southern Air Boeing 747 are lifted a number of times.
See the footage below:
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