River Approach Toward PAVD Runway 06 Can Be Beautiful and Fun

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Aharon
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River Approach Toward PAVD Runway 06 Can Be Beautiful and Fun

Post by Aharon » 09 Aug 2019, 15:37

Shalom and greetings all my pals,

Exciting river approach toward runway 06 of PAVD Valdez Airport three nautical miles east of the business district of Valdez, Alaska can be pure beautiful and fun as you get to fly 3,000 ft above river THROUGH between mountains on way to runway 06!!

Descending to 3,000 above waters of Valdez Narrows river

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Navigating above river through between mountains can be beautiful and EXCITING

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On final runway approach above waters of Port Valdez toward runway 06

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DARN THE STRONG ALASKAN WINDS making me land right wheel first before left wheel

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Left wheel gliding down to make runway contact

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Front wheels on ground to complete the touchdown!!

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Exiting from runway toward gate

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Arriving at passenger apron

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To understand and see how DC-7 land on right wheel first before left wheel like I did in that flight, look at the other DC-7's landing:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I1OZYNEdoFU

Thank you for viewing.

Regards,

Aharon

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Re: River Approach Toward PAVD Runway 06 Can Be Beautiful and Fun

Post by Airtrooper » 16 Aug 2019, 09:00

Always good to see someone else who likes flying in Alaska! :thumbsup:

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Re: River Approach Toward PAVD Runway 06 Can Be Beautiful and Fun

Post by Aharon » 16 Aug 2019, 15:53

Airtrooper,

Thanks for your kind words.

Regards,

Aharon

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