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Topic: Dusseldorf, Germany Crosswind Landing Video
Username: FlexJetOKC
Posted 2013-02-08 13:45:00 and read 13141 times.

Looks like a pretty decent crosswind mixed with a slippery runway. Check out the video here:

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=2e4_1360275078

Topic: RE: Dusseldorf, Germany Crosswind Landing Video
Username: william
Posted 2013-02-08 14:18:44 and read 13018 times.

The pilots make it look so easy. I imagine the pilots aren't even breaking a sweat.

Topic: RE: Dusseldorf, Germany Crosswind Landing Video
Username: aerdingus
Posted 2013-02-08 14:25:13 and read 12992 times.

Thanks for this. Great find!

Topic: RE: Dusseldorf, Germany Crosswind Landing Video
Username: okapi
Posted 2013-02-08 16:34:53 and read 12696 times.

Thanks for sharing. Really my cup of tea!!!
Would have loved being there.  

Topic: RE: Dusseldorf, Germany Crosswind Landing Video
Username: chrisrad
Posted 2013-02-08 19:35:30 and read 12509 times.

Jesus, I reckon everyone would have been screaming in the back of that TK 77W, I know the feeling like the aircraft is going to tip over.

Topic: RE: Dusseldorf, Germany Crosswind Landing Video
Username: PW100
Posted 2013-02-09 02:21:43 and read 11823 times.

Nice footage. Like those superzooms, ultra stable perspectives. You loose all perspective of speed!

Love it, the crabbing approach of the Emirates 77W, and especially how the nosewheel settles right on the centerline, to leave that centerline only when leaving the runway   

Topic: RE: Dusseldorf, Germany Crosswind Landing Video
Username: varigb707
Posted 2013-02-09 02:49:03 and read 11497 times.

that's good piloting ....

Topic: RE: Dusseldorf, Germany Crosswind Landing Video
Username: JU068
Posted 2013-02-09 03:14:12 and read 11240 times.

Nice to see Jat among all those landings...


There seems to be quite a few 'windy' landings on youtube shot at Düsseldorf. Is it common for the airport to have such strong winds?

Topic: RE: Dusseldorf, Germany Crosswind Landing Video
Username: g500
Posted 2013-02-09 05:53:32 and read 9241 times.

This video has been posted here at least 3 times in the past

Still great though

Topic: RE: Dusseldorf, Germany Crosswind Landing Video
Username: windowflyer
Posted 2013-02-09 06:10:54 and read 8953 times.

Quoting varigb707 (Reply 6):
Love it, the crabbing approach of the Emirates 77W, and especially how the nosewheel settles right on the centerline, to leave that centerline only when leaving the runway

Agreed. Most impressive, as opposed to the 737 at the 4 minute mark that didn't find the centerline until it turned to exit.

Great Vid.

Topic: RE: Dusseldorf, Germany Crosswind Landing Video
Username: chuchoteur
Posted 2013-02-09 07:24:59 and read 7852 times.

My vote:

1) Air Berlin A330
2) Aer Lingus A320
3) Air Berlin Dash 8

Topic: RE: Dusseldorf, Germany Crosswind Landing Video
Username: stevenlee505
Posted 2013-02-09 07:26:12 and read 7821 times.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=la-hSjKP2TU

This is the Youtube version with better quality that the creator himself has uploaded.

Topic: RE: Dusseldorf, Germany Crosswind Landing Video
Username: cschleic
Posted 2013-02-09 07:52:19 and read 7414 times.

You don't get the job unless you can do that day in and day out.

On the Sky 737-900, it must have the new emergency exit "activated" as it's called, with a small window and more apparent exit, as opposed to many others in the U.S. that have a regular window in it and the exit isn't "activated?" Anyone know if that's the difference? Thanks.

Topic: RE: Dusseldorf, Germany Crosswind Landing Video
Username: Semaex
Posted 2013-02-09 12:53:17 and read 3439 times.

Lovely vid.

Must have been a great day for spotting... Heavy crosswind and sub-zero temperatures. That spotter deserves good respect for freezing his butt of for us to enjoy the view.


On a sidenote: Is it comming practice at AF to leave the reverser in until turning off the runway? Very surprised there, I thought it's a rather tricky piece of equipment that shouldn't be overused. Or is this some kind of XW-SOP?

Topic: RE: Dusseldorf, Germany Crosswind Landing Video
Username: czbbflier
Posted 2013-02-09 16:33:59 and read 2467 times.

Quoting windowflyer (Reply 9):
Agreed. Most impressive, as opposed to the 737 at the 4 minute mark that didn't find the centerline until it turned to exit.

Actually, I was really impressed with that Boeing 737. He kinda landed like I do in my flight simulator. If all three wheels touch pavement it's a successful landing! lol

Topic: RE: Dusseldorf, Germany Crosswind Landing Video
Username: chrisrad
Posted 2013-02-09 16:45:03 and read 2443 times.

Quoting g500 (Reply 8):
This video has been posted here at least 3 times in the past

Still great though

I think you'll find this is a new one, was only posted on Youtube on Feb 2nd.

His original one from last year has been posted numerous times.

Topic: RE: Dusseldorf, Germany Crosswind Landing Video
Username: longhauler
Posted 2013-02-09 16:57:01 and read 2406 times.

Quoting chuchoteur (Reply 10):
1) Air Berlin A330

I agree, that one was absolutely picture perfect!

Quoting windowflyer (Reply 9):
the 737 at the 4 minute mark that didn't find the centerline until it turned to exit.

Good one ... but we've all been there!

Topic: RE: Dusseldorf, Germany Crosswind Landing Video
Username: debonair
Posted 2013-02-10 01:34:22 and read 2137 times.

Quoting cschleic (Reply 12):
On the Sky 737-900, it must have the new emergency exit "activated" as it's called, with a small window and more apparent exit, as opposed to many others in the U.S. that have a regular window in it and the exit isn't "activated?" Anyone know if that's the difference? Thanks.

Yeap, Sky is a Turkish charter airline with an all Y215 seat configuration- so due to safety regulation mandatory the aft exits are usable...

Topic: RE: Dusseldorf, Germany Crosswind Landing Video
Username: YYZYYT
Posted 2013-02-10 09:05:34 and read 1865 times.

nobody's mentioned the LH A320 (+ or - 1) taking off at 1:30. Although not a landing, it still shows some crazy crosswind and an excellent job by the pilots.


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