I've flown on some narrow winged McDonnell Douglas aircraft, operated by 1Time. They are particularly susceptible to wind sheer. While flying - at cruising altitude, they don't handle turbulence well, let alone turbulence when landing. This plane that crashed doesn't appear to be the narrow wing rocket shaped aircraft though.
The flight from Guangzhou, China, skipped along the main runway at Narita Airport before skidding to a fiery halt, footage from airport security cameras showed. Firefighters and rescuers immediately swarmed the plane.