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Watch how hard a pilot works to land a 737 in high winds
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03-20-2017 12:03 AM

 



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cow Watch how hard a pilot works to land a 737 in high winds
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A pilot posts an inside-the-cockpit video of himself grappling with the controls as his plane comes in to land.

On Facebook, Kielak, who's from Poland, explained: "I'm always saying that airline pilot gets his all salary for one landing per month...this is the day I earned mine...maximum crosswind limit steady, gust plus steady and gust in one...FULL FORCE column deflections was reqired [sic]...I LOVE Boeing 737 for it's stability in severe conditions."

Yes, we all love landing safely too. However, the video, taken inside the cockpit, shows a man dealing with a steering wheel that's behaving as if it were part of a particularly energetic arcade game.

There's quite a contrast between the normally reassuring voices of pilots and seeing how hard they sometimes work to make things smooth for their passengers.

https://www.cnet.com/news/watch-how-hard...igh-winds/










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