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  1. Guest
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    I saw this posting on another site and the comments were so off based talking about how that was a typical approach at that airport and if he was any higher he would not make the landing. As a pilot myself, I knew for a fact that approach was way lower than it should have been. You can get a Cessna to lose altitude rapidly if you want to and do not need very much runway to land. The pilot, or actually his/her instructor since they would be PIC, will be lucky to escape some punishment for the incident. The instructor should have told to correct or called for the controls completely when he saw this approach was that low. He almost takes out a guy on a motorbike too. Just a dangerous situation and poor judgement.