Swiss International Airlines flying a Boeing 777-300 had to overshoot runway 24R in Montreal due to an aircraft on the runway. Video credit to “CYUL Plane Spotter” on Youtube.
This is the first ever visit of a 767-400 at the Ottawa International Airport. Here it is landing runway 25, serving as a military charter.
More than 6 minutes of plane spotting from one of the world’s most famous airports: Princess Juliana International, on the island of St. Maarten. Known for very low landing approaches above a crowded Maho Beach, as well as jetblast from heavy jets, SXM never disappoints.
Lots of aileron action is noticeable on all four of these Air Canada 767 landings. This was filmed in Montreal, aircraft using runway 24R.
This must be Ottawa International Airport’s best spotting location, offering amazing views of aircraft departing or landing runway 25. On the other side of the runway, where you can see people standing behind the aircraft (0:44 seconds), is a similar location where any aircraft wing larger than that of a 767 will hang over the…
Turkish Airlines Boeing 777-300 performing a late go-around at London Heathrow, followed by the successful landing. Video credit to “PilotSanderHD” on Youtube.
This Air Canada A330-300 doesn’t deploy the reverse thrust after landing on Montreal’s runway 24R.
Winds were gusting 26 knots throughout the day, which proved to be a slight challenge for the pilots. Filmed in Montreal.