Staying On Glidepath: The Dangers Of The Duck-Under
Whenever I witness a transport category airplane cross a runway threshold by only a few feet, I think back to all the accidents in which aiming for “brick one” ended badly. The dirty little secret about going below the glidepath is that it works. You can indeed aim for brick one, and flare the...
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