Landing a plane or a helicopter is far from straightforward. Here's proof.

What you're looking at is what pilots call 'crabbing' and what I call 'plane drifting.' It's when there's enough of a crosswind to force the plane sideways as it comes down to the runway. This is at Düsseldorf during a storm January, 2012. As Travis says, "if you can look out of the left window of your plane and see all the way down the runway, that's some scary ass shit."

I know some of you have seen even sketchier landings, so post your favorite plane or helicopter video below. And don't post crashes, people.

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