Business jets on approach into mountain bowl airports are in a low-energy, high-drag configuration, making them more susceptible to the effects of strong vertical turbulence. For example, an aircraft over the threshold at a runway perched on a precipice, such as Telluride Regional Airport’s (KTEX)...
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