Having made the decision to land, the pilot leaves behind the strict academic approach. Most of the instruments, with the help of which rectilinear uniform movement along the glide path was achieved, is no longer needed. The main tool used by the pilot in the last 15 seconds of flight before touchdown is the eye. But a strong, gusty wind pulls the plane off course and can easily knock it out of the glide path, and the plane can find itself in a dangerous situation above the butt end. If the length of the strip allows, this situation can still be corrected and annoy the car with a flight of 1000 meters or more. If the strip is short, then you can correct the error only by going around.
V.V. Ershov | Landing. Thoughts of a Sleddog