Ahh the perfect one!!
Toncontin is a tough one, especially in a commercial turbojet.
In order of difficulty, in my opinion:
- LFKC 36
- VQPR 15
- WMBT 20
- SBRJ 02
- MHTG 02
To me these seems not that hard though, especially VQPR and WMBT.
Paro is obviously the most challenging one but LOWI also backs it up. The descent through the mountains is really difficult in there. Talking about IRL, London city airport has a really steep approach with a really small runway. Hence it is also really difficult to land in there ;)
Ohh ok thanks!!!
VQPR and WMBT :)
Edit: I take back my word about VQPR HAHA, I can’t seem to bank enough at the final base turn.
"Toncontín International Airport (IATA: TGU, ICAO: MHTG) or Teniente Coronel Hernán Acosta Mejía Airport is a civil and military airport located 6 km (4 mi) from the centre of Tegucigalpa, Honduras.
The History Channel programme Most Extreme Airports ranks it as the second most extreme airport in the world. The approach to the airport is considered to be one of the most difficult in the world to all aircraft, especially in inclement weather conditions."
Ok I’ll try all!!!
Ohh ok, no problem!!
(☞ ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)☞Wow thats interesting
no, none of them are too difficult they’re all very doable first try but they’re still more difficult than your average approach
I got a good one.
I would recommend Tioman airport. It’s a fun one!
Many people will be angry at be, but I would say Innsbruck is easy, not in a Q400 tho.
And Kai Tak is fun and easy. Please don’t hate me (: I wouldn’t say they are very easy, but for they are from easy to medium.
Try Milford Sound (NZMF) in NZ
Just try to touchdown 😂👍
It’s not the same in real life though. Check out the approach on YouTube, awesome!