Every now and again we see these videos of individual jetliner crosswind landings, but this is the first time I've seen 10 of them put together.
I hate crosswind landings, so I'm in no position to criticism. I would rather do a side slip and then kick the rudder to straighten the nose at the last minute, but I understand the preferred method for small airplanes is the wing low, opposite rudder approach. To me, this has always felt like rubbing your belly and patting your head. But I do it because, well, that's what you're supposed to do, I guess.
Are these videos an indication of how airline pilots approach crosswind landings? Or do they use the wing-low,opposite-rudder method and just don't get themselves in a position where their landings because YouTube material?