WILD Approaches (Video and Experiences)

Hey Guys, I justed posted a new video on my new youtube channel! Please check it out :) I would love to hear about some of your wild approaches that you have experienced in real life and in Infinite Flight! Please Like and Subscribe Too!

Thank You!

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the united B757 driver made a good call for this go around! 2nd attempt was near perfect! Think the Caribbean B737 should have followed example!

Great vid, where you at the ATC Tower position?

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But you’re already going to be in one!

#Famous

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I’ll keep you updated when it’s released :)

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Sure! I am thinking of creating a multiplayer video soon. I’ll let you know when I will be recording the scenes for the vid :)

Thanks for the comments! I was flying the United 757-200 for the vid :)

This was one of my wildest approaches. Flying approach into Portland with the A319. Still had a 21-23kt tail wind 3.5 miles from the runway before it turned to an 8 knot headwind. Fun, fun, fun.

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Cool video!

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XBEL 03R Inverted

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Woah, nice video, that must have been hard to pull off ;)

Inverted it is

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wild approaches that you have experienced in real life

I’m not a pilot, but as a passenger my wildest experience was a lot of turbulence (FAs buckled in, stuff flying around the galley, overhead bin door popping open) in a narrow-body jet (A319?) in a holding pattern above PHL for about an hour. When the pilot did finally attempt to land we hit something that if it wasn’t wind shear or a microburst, was pretty darn close. Pilot aborted (which is always awesome) and diverted to MDT.

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Woah, thats crazy! xD I would’ve crashed the small Cessna after 5 seconds

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@Maxmustang, this is how you dogfight.

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That must have been crazy! Were the passengers silent or was it wild in the cabin?

@PetJets… Max Sez… Bounce’y Bounce’y. Shi$ Hot. I’ve been flying the “D” for a very long time. Know that Approach thu the notch from Keneohe!
Flew it 1000 times in an OV-10 back in the day, never inverted. Will be watching for you, my “D” call sign “SH007” as I prep a “D” aerobatic routine for the Olympics. Regards, Max.

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