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Hello Folks,

Welcome to Septembers Screenshot Competition.

We'll go with a user picked theme this month, "Extreme Crosswind Landings"

A screenshot of your touchdown or near touchdown on an extreme crosswind landing.

However you must be in a Heavy for this one no little props or small jets, but the big stuff.

Screenshot Rules at the top of this forum apply.

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Hello Folks,

Welcome to Septembers Screenshot Competition.

We'll go with a user picked theme this month, "Extreme Crosswind Landings"

A screenshot of your touchdown or near touchdown on an extreme crosswind landing.

However you must be in a Heavy for this one no little props or small jets, but the big stuff.

Screenshot Rules at the top of this forum apply.

You tell us to at least go for CX A340 (better CX 744?)? Well, I'll see what my definition of a heavy is able to give. :lol:

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Spotting at Frankfurt. Was a very good day for taking pictures. With the fast moving building storms and watching planes trying to land in the crosswind, I forgot to take pictures. I snapped this shot minute B757-200 landing 26L charter flight from Gatwick. He blew 3 tires on touchdown. Note the hard right rudder! That's what I call "happy feet".

Nikon D40X 70-300MM. Taken from GA ramp.

FRKCS.jpg

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Hello Folks,

Welcome to Septembers Screenshot Competition.

We'll go with a user picked theme this month, "Extreme Crosswind Landings"

A screenshot of your touchdown or near touchdown on an extreme crosswind landing.

However you must be in a Heavy for this one no little props or small jets, but the big stuff.

Screenshot Rules at the top of this forum apply.

A cross wind landing will get more extreme the lighter the aircraft!! ;o)

Chris

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Spotting at Frankfurt. Was a very good day for taking pictures. With the fast moving building storms and watching planes trying to land in the crosswind, I forgot to take pictures. I snapped this shot minute B757-200 landing 26L charter flight from Gatwick. He blew 3 tires on touchdown. Note the hard right rudder! That's what I call "happy feet".

Nikon D40X 70-300MM. Taken from GA ramp.

FRKCS.jpg

Confirm that really happened? I can believe it but, did this occur at Frankfurt??

Chris

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