Here's a view from a plane that passengers never see
You only have to go on Instagram during July to be reminded that people love the view out of aeroplane windows; when you're soaring 38,000 feet above land, it can look pretty spectacular.
But one pilot has shared an even more incredible view out of the cockpit, posting a video of the moment a plane dips under the clouds to reveal the mountains below.
Sandeep Varma, captured a two-minute video of his plane landing in Queensland, New Zealand, and shared it on Twitter.
This is what the pilot sees and the passengers do not see— Sandeep Varma (@Sandeepvarma787) October 6, 2017
During landing at Queenstown New Zealand Airport pic.twitter.com/fQa4yEwXTG
He captioned the video with: 'This is what the pilot sees and the passengers do not see. During landing at Queenstown New Zealand Airport.'
The clip has since had over 28,000 retweets and 28,000 likes, and totally divided Twitter users as to whether it's breathtakingly beautiful or terrifying.
One replied, 'Wow! Looks surreal, like driving on a cloudy highway! Been there twice but below the clouds, was always cloudy. If u go NZ, its a must go', while another added, 'I've landed there. It's quite alarming watching that cliff of mountains slide close by to the side....'