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(HT: Danny Akin)
That’s a normal landing for Huntington, West Virginia.
That’s just crabbing on a larger scale. Alaskan bush pilots do it all the time, even on icy runways. Crazy seeing that with a 777 though. Glad they were all ok.
Flew a twin prop to Roswell, NM once. The entire flight there was at that same 45dg angle. And that was the last time I flew to Roswell!!
Crazy stuff. Watch this first cross wind landing: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=moRMWWo6bOM
This is a reason pilots are well paid and well trained.