Flaps In A Gusty Cross?

Deploying full flaps for a gusty crosswind landing may be "normal," but it really depends on conditions.

There’s normal, and then there’s normal. Which is to say that while much of aviation relies on routine procedures and aircraft configurations, among other things, there are exceptions to most norms. For example, the FAA long ago declared a “normal” landing to be one with an airplane’s wing flaps, if any, fully deployed. That’s not […]
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