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    I would have shat my pants if i was on that plane.
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    wow, +1 on that Shawn
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    That wing looked pretty darn close to touching. +2 on that pant shatting!

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    look's like some crazy crosswind.
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    Do you have any idea how skilled that pilot is?

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    I would have to question the pilots judgement and his skill at the crab kickout. IMHO, there is no reason to take that big a risk with the plane or the passengers safety. Granted some days you have better feel for the palne and the conditions than others but....

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    No doubt about the close call. The pilot should have seen the crosswinds and been informed of them. You can't land a plane like that. I've flown for 31 yrs and never would attempt a landing with those cross winds. When he drifted over the fence he should have seen his line was too off. He obviously had enough fuel to wait for better conditions. I say that because he powered down then back up. Anytime you have to power to land straight your F'ed. If that would have been a smaller plane he would have hit that wing.

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    I shat my pants watching that...
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