What was the most extreme landing you have done?

I did one today, I managed to land a Airbus A380 with all engines cut off and outside the boundary, though I received some help from AP though.
Here’s some screenshots.


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Region Hardships. I landed in water at -3000FPM and managed not to crash before global, it was from a stall.

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I landed at WMBT, then realised I accidentally fully loaded my A380

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I should try landing an A380 at VNLT 😂

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Christchurch has a steep approach, and an A320 isn’t the best for barrel rolls but it survived

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What is wrong with that airport?! 😂

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I have no clue. Appearantly, it’s a real place but I can’t see it on any map 😂.

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Just landed at LAX on TS1… Maybe not what you were looking for but I tell you, it’s been quite a while since TS1 for me, I would call that pretty extreme. Nothing like that sweet feeling… when the planets align, the clouds part, flowers bloom, and on your third go-around you can proceed to land on 24R before anybody can declare a takeoff on 06L.

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Most extreme landing was without my glasses on. 😳

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Those landings when @anon66442947 was controlling and looking at me land successfully (thrice)

I nailed them btw

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-2500 VS landing in a 717 gear up on a hill.

Most extreme landing was 3 months ago at KNUC TS1. RIP to those 56 injured passengers that I accidentally injured because I had to do a quick last-second go-around 30 feet above the runway in order to avoid hitting a Air Austral A380 taking off without clearance. TBH, I don’t even think he was cleared to pushback…

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I hate it when people do that.

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ILS approach into Canberra with 0 visibility. I subconciously flew the approach thinking the vis would clear and I didn’t think about autoland until I was touching down. It was pretty terrifying

I flew into KASE a few days ago with 4NM visibility and 28Kt gust winds.

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Anyway, I tried landing tha A380 at VNLT… the wing hit a rock (I don’t even think it’s legal to have a rock that close to the runway).

Even if I didn’t hit the rock, I would have fallen off the cliff (which I also believe is illegal that close to the runway.

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I managed to safely land the cessna citation at Lukla the other day, just stopped after the turnoff!

Approaching at LPPR with no ILS on the runway, 300 meters of visibility,was one of the most extreme landings I have ever done.

Trying to land a c208 on the side of a mountain
No runway or anything, just 90 degrees onto a mtn.

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But then again i land in weird places

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