Best approach? Tivat airport in Montenegro, Yugoslavia. It's a localizer offset approach but only in visual conditions (minimum is at 2400 ft!!!!). Approach starts over the adriatic sea coastline (beautiful sight), but as you descend towards the final app fix you enter in VERY tight area between two huge hills in Boka kotorska bay, so... Imagine DC-10 coming between two hills (you can't make any go-around between the hills, maybe with the paraglider
), the localizer course is leading you straight to the hill on the other side of airport, but on one mile short final (when you jump over the top of small hill just before the runway) you have turn left, align with the runway and land!!! Pilots have only few seconds to align aircraft on centerline. If you overshoot in turn you may crash onto the airport, surrounding hills or in to the sea on the other side of the runway. When you enter between hills - there is no escape - land or crash!