running landing

running landing

A landing with substantial forward speed by a helicopter or V/STOL (vertical/short takeoff and landing) aircraft.
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The Styford beat produced one salmon of 12lb on Monday and Graham Heaney of Wylam got his season up and running landing a cracking 20lb-plus salmon in the Wylam Bridge Pool on a spinner.
They were also told the two-man crew would carry out a running landing at Denham - a different type of landing that can be used if an aircraft has a problem.
The AAIB report said: "The crew performed an uneventful running landing and ground-taxied to dispersal with the yaw control abnormality still apparent.
The aircrewman reminded us that we had not informed tower yet of our intention to make a running landing.
Henderson added: "The injury is particularly galling because the sole purpose of running Landing Light on the Flat was to freshen him up for the new season over hurdles.
The crew returned to Djibouti-Ambouli International Airport and made a running landing.
My copilot flew an uneventful running landing to a full stop, short of the arresting wires on the runway.
From there, we had a two-minute flight back to base where we flew a running landing, taxied to the line, and pulled our undergarments and seat cushions out of some uncomfortable places.
The abort or waveoff call alone doesn't answer questions about approach- or waveoff-pattern altitudes, airspeeds, a spot or a running landing, and the urgency of the problem.
All that remained was a single-engine, running landing.