- Crosswind Takeoff:
A good crosswind takeoff starts on the ramp by observing the windsock. When the takeoff roll begins, the upwind aileron is being held fully up (yoke turned toward the wind) to prevent the upwind wing from rising in gusts. Reduce the aileron deflection somewhat as the aircraft accelerates and the controls become more responsive. The preferred takeoff sequence for a crosswind is: front wheel first, downwind wheel second, upwind wheel third in order to keep the airplane centerline after rotation. If you’re dealing with a significant crosswind, you want to use the same method.
- Crosswind Landing: (Wing-low Landing)
Crosswind landing technique is the wing-low landing. Cross-Control is essential to keep the airplane aligned with the centerline.
Tactics for Perfect Crosswind Landing: Crab Method on Final Approach till round out altitude, during the transition to flare, use wing-low Landing. Just before touchdown, you have to step on the rudder to align your nose with runway, simultaneously use the ailerons to prevent drifting with the effect of crosswind.