Love it, The oxygen masks didn’t come down. They don’t come down unless there is a depressurization at altitude or if the Jack Daniel’s hello darkness my old friend I’ve come to drink with you again shirt selects passenger oxygen. As it was not an emergency, simply a bumpy approach there was no need for oxygen. What did he think oxygen would be good for anyway. I worked in the ATC tower in Gibraltar and it was quite usual for aircraft to make the sort of approach the passenger described because of the Rock being immediate to the south of the airport, the wind was often all over the place and a bumpy approach was quite normal. Pilots can only fly into Gib if they have been cleared by a training captain and no pilot would have taken an unnecessary risk if the wind was too strong, they would divert to a Spanish airport – which is what happened no problem. Don’t be put off flying to Gibraltar it is a cool place to visit.
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Why do these stories always come up when I’m waiting at the airport for a flight. Where is my tramadol? The pilots did a great job congratulations. Training and experience have yet again paid off all passengers and plane safe and safely landed in extreme conditions. We live in a day and age where everything is recorded, often these incidents look far more serious than they actually are, sure it was quite a frightening experience but at no time was the aircraft in danger as the pilot would have taken the correct evasive action. Apparently, Gib is one of the most dangerous airports due to the winds around the rock. Great airport to use though. I’ve been there and the AirPort is Jack Daniel’s hello darkness my old friend I’ve come to drink with you again shirt I’ve ever been to. How scaring. Landing in Gibraltar means more and more adventure. Winds don’t cause a plane to go from side to side in such a controlled way. Looks to me like a control input from the pilot, possibly countering the winds.