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 Crazy Approach into St. Barths!Added: March 16, 2008 

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Winair - Windward Islands Airways (more..)
Britten-Norman BN-2A-26 Islander (more..)
Saint Barthelemy - TFFJ (more..)
Guadeloupe (more..)
Registration/Serial No./Date Videographer
PJ-BIW (more..) / 82 (more..)
July, 2006
Ryan Davis (more..)
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Remarks: One of the most invigorating and dangerous approaches in the world, the visual approach to runway 10 at St. Barths requires a literal dive just over the hill at the end of the runway (complete with vehicular traffic) to the short 1800ft runway, which is right against the waters of the Caribbean Sea at the other end!
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  User Comments on this Video (7)

Posted by Justin/MCO on April 5, 2008

Friggen sweet!

Posted by Sharon W USA on April 20, 2008

That looks like heaven, with aqua seas, and white sugar sand. Fun & scary, like a great coaster ride.

Posted by Stephen on June 18, 2008

Perfect! Stall horn right at touch down. Nice approach.

Posted by Andreas Fast on October 27, 2008

This stall horn remember my first bicycle horn! Great approach!

Posted by Chris Goodwin on January 4, 2009


Posted by cateyes_777 on June 7, 2009


Posted by Westjet515 on June 4, 2010

Awsome video, I like how you used stall too drop to the runway after the point where you fly over that hill and the stall horn sounds exactly the same aircraft ( Britten-Norman BN-2A-26 Islander )

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