What is Big Jet TV?

AVIATION enthusiasts are being captivated by planes coming into land at Heathrow Airport as Storm Eunice strikes.

Although many services have been disrupted, some daring pilots are still making a dash to the runway – and the footage is proving popular with viewers.

What is Big Jet TV?

Big Jet TV is a popular YouTube channel which is live streams aircrafts coming into land at airports.

Tens of thousands of people are watching live as planes battle to land at Heathrow Airport as Storm Eunice whips up wild winds of up to 122mph.

The storm – pegged to be one of the worst in decades – has already caused widespread disruption across the UK with dozens of flights cancelled.

At around 11am the channel garnered about 60,000 viewers.

By 1pm more than 200,000 are tuning in to watch the nerve-racking live stream from Big Jet TV of planes landing in the rampaging winds at Heathrow Airport.

Dozens of pilots have been forced to abort landings in the treacherous conditions and do a go-around – when they head back up into the sky and make another attempt to land safely.

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Planes are also struggling to land at other airports across the UK.

Viewers have been praising the brave pilots for safely landing the jets in the wild winds.

Who is Jerry Dyer?

Jerry Dyer runs the popular aviation channel Big Jet TV, which is streaming footage of landings at Heathrow airport.

According to his YouTube page, he brings his passion and excitement for aviation to two weekly shows.

Since Storm Eunice hit, he has been showing continuous live footage of the landing attempts.

He told BBC Radio 2: "This is the best scenario you could possibly imagine – big kudos to the pilots and the crews working at the airports, this is the most exciting stuff you could possibly get.

"Right now, these conditions with 70mph gusting winds, it's pretty intense.

"And what is great is you get to see the skill of the pilot and how they manage to handle it."

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