This video shows the stomach turning moment planes had to land sideways as the battled against high winds.
Planes landed sideways in high wind and heavy rain at Leeds Bradford International Airport as storm Gertrude batters the north of the UK.
The weather has caused extensive damage to homes across Scotland, with the Scottish Fire and Rescue service called to a number of wind-related incidents.
A number of people were injured on the A96 in Huntly when a lorry was blown over on to a car.
The fire service said the people in the car managed to get themselves clear but the lorry driver had to be freed by firefighters. The occupants of both vehicles suffered a variety of injuries but none are believed to be life-threatening.
In Clydebank, two families were evacuated after scaffolding crashed through the roof of a housing block at around 7am.
Another family had to be evacuated from a house in Wishaw as a 50ft (15m) tree was threatening to damage the property.
A number of dangerous items were also blown on to roads across the country, including roof tiles, a caravan, corrugated iron and an agricultural polytunnel.
Assistant Chief Officer Lewis Ramsay said: “Our crews are here to respond to the needs of our local communities and provide the highest level of emergency response.
“Firefighters are working with partner agencies to resolve incidents as quickly as possible and are fully committed to protect our communities and work to ensure their safety during this period of difficult weather. We will continue to respond wherever we are needed.”