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From the FAA:

Pilots normally establish a stabilized approach before short final. The round out, touchdown, and landing roll are much easier to accomplish when preceded by a stabilized final approach, which reduces the chance of a landing mishap. Therefore, deviations from the desired glide path should be detected and corrected early so that the magnitude of corrections during the later portion of the approach is small. “A good landing is the result of a good approach.”

For more FAA info: https://www.faa.gov/regulations_policies/handbooks_manuals/aviation/airplane_handbook/media/10_afh_ch9.pdf

For the longer version of this “4 Airports” video:
Highlights – https://youtu.be/UOyh7Oe67h4
Full Flight – https://youtu.be/eLIzJ87-L3M

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