An example of using fixed waypoints with prescribed altitudes in order to create automatic landing pattern.
With some experience about chosing the distances and altitudes, EasyUAV can fly a full landing approach, like a real plane.
Several flights that day (10 in total) indicated touch-down circle radius of 10m - but it can shift +/-20m because of wind.
All landings took place with rear wind.
The landing point was too close to the edge of airfield (half of the landings ended 5-10m past the 'airfield'), but was not moved in order to gather statistics.
For indication, the landing zone is about 45m wide and 55m long.
Touchdown speed around 35km/h.
Cruise speed around 40-45km/h.
Weather: calm-no turbulence, 2m/s steady winds, slight fog, high humidity, temperature +7C, occasional mild rain.
As usually with EasyUAV, the flight was 95% automatic (autopilot enabled shortly after the takeoff) and the 'pilot' became camera operator.