Landing on unpaved runways or runways covered by snow or dust causes a white/brown-out visibility restriction.
Does it disrupt the pilot's visibility during the roll out in a fixed-wing aircraft?
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From a partial accident list on Wikipedia, the issue seems to affect only helicopters.
A fixed wing rolling out should have no issue. As the dust/snow cloud will be behind the windshield. A plane landing in sequence should wait until the dust/snow settles.
Also an approach in poor visibility caused by a sandstorm would be no different than an approach in fog. An instrument approach will be carried out.