Breakoff landing at EHAM. IRL/IF.

I decided to do a so called “breakoff” landing to spice things a little up. When approaching runway 24 at Amsterdam schiphol a boeing 747-400 from KLM was holding short just like in a real life video also at amsterdam schiphol. This approach mostly gets used by Cargo companies at schiphol because it saves time and fuel since its really close to the Cargo apron.

Training server, 747-8 air bridge cargo, EGLL-EHAM flight time: 1 hour and 13 minutes. 17:54Z


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What are the chances.

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Nice job, cool pictures (and a fun idea)!

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Creative! Love the shots! 😄🥳👍🏼

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Thank you!

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Thanks!!!

How did this happen, what are the chances? Nice pics too.

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what do you mean by breakoff landing?

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I think he means he didn’t use reverse thrust because he was going to the end of the runway anyway. I did this today at LEMD since my gate was at the end of the runway, and it saves time and fuel which is always nice.

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oh I heard that IRL long turn arounds don’t use that much reverse anyways unless slippery runway. So it makes sense for cargo.

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Info about the approach in the description.

https://youtu.be/GRtWNZwgGn8 Video of a “breakoff landing”. @xsrvmy @Doonies