Ryanair passengers were left crying and vomiting on a flight that hit heavy turbulence during Storm Dennis.

The harrowing footage was filmed on board a service from Oujda, Morocco to Brussels, Belgium, on Sunday evening.

In the clip, terrified passengers cling on tightly as the plane lurches from side to side while the pilots attempted to navigate through the stream of turbulent air.

Some pious travellers are even moved to prayer fearing the worst while another can be heard retching due to motion sickness.

The plane eventually landed in Charleroi airport while Storm Dennis raged.

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Passengers looked terrified as their plane hit severe turbulence

No injuries of passengers or staff on board the flight were reported. 

Storm Denis brought winds of up to 80mph this week and resulting in some of the worst floods to hit the UK in over 200 years.

Some areas in Wales and England experienced a month's worth of rain in the space of 48 hours.

Some clung tightly as their plane lurched from side to side
One passengers is heard retching in the clip

Other footage filmed during the bad weather showed a ferry lurching from side to side as it battled high winds and violent waves.

The heart-stopping clip shows how the CalMac ferry was buffeted by 80mph crosswinds as it tried to find port in Androssan Harbour, Scotland, on Friday.

The crew of the MV Caledonian Isles were forced to take evasive action during the incident and have since been praised for their skillful navigation.

The incident happened on a Belgium-bound flight

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The clip was filmed by local William Campbell who later boarded the ferry and described his journey as a "wee bit choppy".

The long haulage driver told the BBC that he was he was used to rough weather but speculated that some would-be visitors might have been put off.