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More: Scot Airways
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More: Amsterdam - Schiphol (AMS / EHAM)
More: Netherlands, June 20, 2006
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G-BYMK (cn 3062) Making difficult a landing!
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A visitor from United Kingdom posted Tue April 20, 2010:
"A bit'ta wind'll nae scare me!
Who do'the' think the' are tryin'ta scare us? We're Scots! Giv'us an Irn Bru, and do't fast!"

Is what I'm sure most passengers were saying. ;)

A visitor from United States posted Fri March 13, 2009:
You just have to feel the crews angst....not about the landing....but what any passengers might be thinking at the moment.

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sun July 9, 2006:
A great landing shot! I wonder if the the rest of the journey was OK?

A visitor from United States posted Sat July 8, 2006:
Great shot of a perfect flap up landing! I was told in my flight training to land in a slip when flaps are up.

A visitor from United States posted Sat July 8, 2006:
The pilots could be attempting a cross wind landing, hard to say with any sort of wind indicators in the pic. If that does happen to be the case, then the pilot's technique is correct. Full flaps are not recommended and landing a little bit faster is a safer bet in case of LLWS.

A visitor from Greece posted Fri July 7, 2006:
I think they will never have problem with any "flat tire landing" emergency... ;-)Niiice catch, well done!

A visitor from United States posted Fri July 7, 2006:
Great shot of a great stiff cross-wind landing. Note the opposite rudder deflection to keep the aircraft lined up!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Fri July 7, 2006:
Great shot Javier - I shall see if my friend was in the chair for this landing :o) .:. Jid

A visitor from France posted Fri July 7, 2006:
Yeeha! It's not so bad when sitting in the front office. But seeing the wingtips as a passenger might be a scary view...

A visitor from Germany posted Fri July 7, 2006:
Taken in the right moment! well done!

A visitor from France posted Fri July 7, 2006:
No full flaps ? No wind at all ? Great pilots because flaps break down or risky business ? :-)

A visitor from Germany posted Fri July 7, 2006:
Nice shot, cool pilots...;)

A visitor from Portugal posted Fri July 7, 2006:
Coooolllll!!!!!:-)))

A visitor from United States posted Fri July 7, 2006:
Great action shot taken at just the right second. These one-point landings probably save wear in the other tires.

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