Airline spokesman Wolfgang Weber said the plane was traveling at 155 mph when it was rocked by wind during its landing attempt.
The left wing grazed the runway for a moment, but Weber said the pilot was able to stabilize the aircraft and take off again in what he called an "absolutely professional maneuver."
The plane landed safely shortly afterward on its second attempt.
"It was a dicey situation," Weber said. "People were quite shaken."
"It is hard to describe -- it went very quickly," passenger Hansi Kuepper said on n-tv television. He said there was silence on board for several minutes after the incident.
The plane went back into service Sunday after repairs, Weber said.