BA B11-400, G-AWBL, LHR-JER. After 2 attempts to land in JER due to heavy fog, the captain announced "one more attempt or else we'll divert to GCY". Everyone wished he had. Aircraft hit runway sideways, bounced back in the air, hit the ground again slightly straighter, then bounced up a 2nd time before coming down and straightening out.
NZ 747-200, ZK-NBX, SYD-AKL. Aircraft came in too high. When rear tires finally hit the runway, the brakes/reverse thrust was applied with so much force that all the overhead bins opened and all personal effects spilled everywhere.
BI 767-300, V8-RBF, DRW-BNE. To this day, still don't know what went wrong. Seemed as though the nose wheel hit the ground 2 seconds after the main gear. Even the cabin crew screamed out, "what was THAT?"
EK 777-200 A6-EMI. DXB-SIN. Cabin depressurised at 40,000 feet. Immediate dive to 10,000 feet with oxygen masks on. They say your life flashes before your eyes- it doesn't.