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    Cool Crosswind Landings during a storm at Düsseldorf B777,767,757 A330

    Crosswind Landings during a storm at Düsseldorf B777,767,757 A330


    WOW!!!!!!!!

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    Cool Re: Crosswind Landings during a storm at Düsseldorf B777,767,757 A330

    Jumbo1[1].wmv

    Although quite interesting, a number of people within the aviation community feel that this sequence may be faked.
    Some of the reasons given are that there are no visible navigation nor landing lights on the Jumbo, the crosswind component appears to change significantly between the two final segments shown in this video, and braking appears to be too sudden.
    You decide.

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    Re: Crosswind Landings during a storm at Düsseldorf B777,767,757 A330

    Jumbo 1 Looks real to me.....

    LMAO

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    Re: Crosswind Landings during a storm at Düsseldorf B777,767,757 A330

    737 From FLYOGS or something with Pegasus on its tail nailed it perfectly...!