Is this take off or landing ?
- just "JR"Lv 71 month agoFavorite Answer
One: you don't do crosswind landings that way: your approach would be in side-slip or "crab approach" (rudder to the right or left - depends on the wind)
Two: Your wings would be "against the wind" (depends on the wind)Three: your flaps would be full down (unless you LOVE flapless landings, like me!)
Four: not sure of the picture, but the runway SEEMS to be BEHIND de piano keys! So... must be a take off!
In short: a Photoshop image made up by someone who NEVER flew a plane!Source(s): On my first solo (30 years ago!), on a PA-38, I landed with a 38 kts crosswind... over the envelope of the plane! And flapless!!! Approach on side-slipping at more than 30º...
- JOHN BLv 62 months ago
Neither. It's flying the wrong way, if it's flying. Those are landing stripes under it and the runway is behind it.
- bluebellbkkLv 72 months ago
I see no flaps. It's in trouble however you look at it.
- CactiJoeLv 62 months ago
This is what they call, "Flying by the seat of your pants" flying. Any landing that you walk away from, alive, is a good landing.
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- artherLv 42 months ago
photoshop is what it is.
why I think Arabs are braindead
- JetDocLv 72 months ago
Neither. It's a computer generated simulation. NOT a photo of a REAL airplane.
- 2 months ago
I think it's a fake picture
- MercuryLv 72 months ago
Its a fake picture
- Anonymous2 months ago
Definitely PS faked, the rudder should be swung out to compensate for the cross wind.
- DickLv 72 months ago
Neither. It's photoshop. Flaps are not deployed in either TO or landing configurations.