ILS Approach and Crosswind Landing in Sumburgh

ILS Approach which ended in 18 knot crosswind landing in Sumburgh, Shetland. The third flight in my new Cessna 182.

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I flew Cessna 182 created by A2A Simulations. The scenery is Sumburgh Airport (EGPB) by ORBX (read my 5-star review here). It is the only ORBX airport for FTX Scotland scenery.

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Approach

The weather was bad with broken clouds reported at 600 feet. I was fortunate to fly through a hole in cloud cover and I saw the airport from 3,5 miles out. Due to reported clouds I chose ILS approach to runway 27 – the only approach in Sumburgh that allowed for a descent below 600ft. 27 meant battling 18 knot crosswind at the time of my landing.

Music in this video

“The Descent” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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ILS Approach and Crosswind Landing in Sumburgh
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ILS Approach and Crosswind Landing in Sumburgh
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ILS Approach which ended in 18 knot crosswind landing in Sumburgh, Shetland. The third flight in my new Cessna 182.

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