Earlier this year I returned to Bristol on flight TOM-6633, and like most landings at Bristol the passengers found the experience physically immersive, attention grabbing, and at least a little exciting - enough for the odd gasp and finally some small amount of scattered cheers and claps.
In layman's terms - the approach was characterised by the plane apparently hitting a very large number of considerable bumps, while wagging the wings up and down/rolling from side to side all the way in (trying to avoid the bumps, maybe?). Finally we got near the tarmac and the plane touched down "decisively", enough to make all aboard thankful for buttock fat.
So what are the particular challenges typically facing a pilot coming into Bristol (UK) airport?
Are these challenges considered fun by those folks in the front seats with the fancy hats and scrambled egg (ie: Pilots)?