Pilot Nick Underwood flew directly into Hurricane Irma – a category five hurricane with winds that have been recorded to hit 224mph. “I had a blast and I’m hype to go again. My headset on the plane lets me pipe in some music. It automatically lowers the music volume when someone talks to you so you still know what’s up. On last night’s flight we’re approaching the storm at like 4 in the morning and I’m a little sleepy, so I put the workout playlist on,” said Underwood. Continue reading for the full flight video and more information.
“The category five hurricane is expected to slam into the Leeward Islands of Antigua and Barbuda on Wednesday, before following a path along the Greater Antilles toward the US. Six islands in the Bahamas are being evacuated on Wednesday, while officials in the Leeward Islands have reportedly cut power and urged residents to seek shelter,” reports Metro UK.