A little anecdote about this landing. It was a very windy day. On very short final the aircraft was caught in a wind gust, or even possibly wind shear. It dropped a wing and was blown off the extended center line. It looked so alarming that instead of photographing the event both my son and I just stared in disbelief at what we were seeing! Anyway, they managed to re-align, just about straighten up, and land hard but safely.
This was a poor quality desperation shot which I would not normally submit. However, as it's not in the DB yet, I am doing so. The aircraft had served British European Airways, Cambrian Airways, British Airways, British Air Ferries and Manx Airlines as G-AOYM before joining LAC in October 1985. It was retired in May 1989 and stored at TFN.