Aviation Photo #1595823 Airbus A319-111 - EasyJet Airline

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Photo Added: October 18, 2009

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Anonymous
8 years ago
C'mon, "Kick" it straight, Champion photo! well done :)
Anonymous
8 years ago
Well the runway's not very long... but look how WIDE it is!!
Anonymous
8 years ago
It seems it has some problems with crosswinds
Anonymous
8 years ago
Ever heard of decrab? wonder how it turned out., nice shot though 5 stars
Anonymous
8 years ago
Shouldn't he be applying rudder already?
Anonymous
8 years ago
Getting some crosswinds!
Anonymous
8 years ago
Might wanna kick in some right rudder there Captain... Nice capture
Anonymous
8 years ago
Talk about a crosswind! Great pic that shows just strong it must have been.
Anonymous
8 years ago
Either thats a crosswind or the pilot is lost!
Anonymous
8 years ago
Whoa, looks like a widebody on this photo. A mighty 767 sort of.
Anonymous
8 years ago
Whoa!! Landing at a 45 degree angle to the runway.
Anonymous
8 years ago
Wow that must be some crosswind!!!!
Anonymous
8 years ago
Hurray !!
Nice crosswind landing.
Anonymous
8 years ago
Very slack piloting here!
Anonymous
8 years ago
De-crab wasn't on the checklist?
Anonymous
8 years ago
Ils fail?
Anonymous
8 years ago
That's not EasyJet airline. Actually, that's Hardjet airline
Anonymous
8 years ago
Wow, now thats a heavy crosswind! Well done!

Regards
Krishley.G.D.Purmanun(PiloteAlpha)
Anonymous
8 years ago
We often will straighten the aircraft once the main gear is on the ground which is what would have happened in this case. Perfect procedure for crosswind landings. (A319 pilot - Easyjet...)
Anonymous
8 years ago
Tring way too hard to aim on the VOR.
Anonymous
8 years ago
Great shot! Just want to know what the pax(s) though at that moment?
Anonymous
8 years ago
Clever, interesting and captivating
Anonymous
8 years ago
Wow, didn't even try to de-crab, no rudder deflection!
Anonymous
8 years ago
Excellent shot for a crosswind landing, the a/c appears to go off the rwy imminently, the photographer was perfectly positioned for this fantastic shot
Anonymous
8 years ago
A crab of up to 45 degrees on the A319 is actually perfectly acceptable as per the Airbus manuals. In very strong winds this actually safer than de-crabing a little too early especially as sideslip crosswind technique is not recommended on the Airbus fly by wire aircraft.
Anonymous
8 years ago
After touch down ,before step on the rudder ^^^^^^^^^nice job .great five star .
Anonymous
8 years ago
Hmmm...this was almost strange seeing such an intense angle on touchdown. I tmust have an extremely powerful crosswind, or a combination of that and light Landing Weight (phew!) But those A319's are pretty darn sturdy...
Very good picture, I like landing in weather like that!
Anonymous
8 years ago
Cool i like this picture very much

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