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Crosswind landings at Dusseldorf airport

Crosswind landings at Dusseldorf airport

(9:27) Strong winds blow across the runway at Dusseldorf airport in Germany. With a long lens, a planespotter records incoming and outgoing flights.

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Guest: TinyTim (2276 days ago)
Ryanair were so affected by the crosswind that they landed at Dusseldorf Airport 93 miles away.
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Ryanair were so affected by the crosswind that they landed at Dusseldorf Airport 93 miles away.
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Guest: Meself (2274 days ago)
I was on Ryanair and they charged those of us sitting on the left side of the airplane extra as we had a bonus view of the landing.
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I was on Ryanair and they charged those of us sitting on the left side of the airplane extra as we had a bonus view of the landing.
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Guest: (2278 days ago)
2:25 - Bumpy time for the Condor passengers!
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2:25 - Bumpy time for the Condor passengers!
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Guest: Stoopit (2278 days ago)
It's not windy at all. This just proves most pilots are drunkards.
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It's not windy at all. This just proves most pilots are drunkards.
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glortman glortman (2278 days ago)
I've heard more than one commercial pilot say that any landing with the rubber side down is a good landing.
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I've heard more than one commercial pilot say that any landing with the rubber side down is a good landing.
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Guest: terrafirma (2240 days ago)
Latest comment: any landing you can walk away from, is a good landing.
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Latest comment: any landing you can walk away from, is a good landing.
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Guest: kat (2277 days ago)
100% nice one
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100% nice one
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Filmaddict Filmaddict (2277 days ago)
Poor passengers!
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Poor passengers!
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Guest: Q. (2277 days ago)
Giggidy-giggidy!
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Giggidy-giggidy!
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Guest: Dadogsbollix (2277 days ago)
Did anyone see the Aer Lingus going from left to right on the other runway?
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Did anyone see the Aer Lingus going from left to right on the other runway?
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