Rick310 Posted February 1 Report Share Posted February 1 I am sure that everyone loves cross wind landings like I do. I have done cross wind landings 30 to 90 degrees at 40 knots in a piper arrow 3 and Donier 228. I like crosswind landings so much that I look for airports with crosswinds. The key is rudder and landing on the upwind wheel first. I got my training from Flying Wild Alaska, AKA Era Alaska. The brave Pilots of Era Alaska fly in bad weather with small planes. The best pilots in the world. Flying is Alaska is brutal. I have flown the famous Morrow Pass in x-plane 11 with the Piper Arrow 3. Now that is Bad A@@!! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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