You take a seat and buckle up, then read a book, watch a movie, or simply catch some much-needed sleep. Sitting on an airplane bound to take you to the lovely place you chose to spend your vacation, there’s a small chance you think of the several challenges pilots sometimes have to deal with not only during the flight but also on landing.
Category A airports often require standard training for pilots and flight attendants. B airports are defined as having slightly out-of-the-ordinary features, while C airports require special training for pilots, which can include both ground and in-the-air training.
There are several airports falling into category C. Here are some of the most challenging—and fear-inducing—locations to land a plane. Have you ever landed in one of these? Check this out!