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Crosswind Landings - Sideslip or Crab??

Old 1st Aug 2006, 13:13
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Originally Posted by BEagle
No-one should ever 'kick off' the drift on a 'crab' crosswind landing.

Beagle as an airline pilot you should know that no one should ever kick anything on an aircraft except the first officer!
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