I seem to remember that there is a small airport in Norway that is known for the difficulty of its approach.
Can anyone tell me which airport that is?
|Quoting Arniepie (Reply 4):|
Maybe you're thinking off Honningsvag/Valan (ENHV) way up north ?
IIRC it's only served during spring/summer with regular flights and has a curved approach with special landing instructions and also very tricky wind conditions.
The co pilot needs to read back airspeed every couple of seconds on the final stages in the approach.
There are more difficult approaches in Norway, nice place to be a pilot a little bit like a little ALASKA.
|Quoting Mozart (Reply 5):|
Great, thanks, that is already one of the places I was looking for. I am quite certain that there was another one, famous for its steep descent. I believe the place started with an "L". It's in the Northern half of the country AFAIK, but not 100% certain.
Which are approaches in Norway are more difficult?