It depends on your definition of a "Commercial Pilot" and where that pilot flies.
As Skipper says, some of the airfields in Bhutan and Nepal are quite challenging, as are those in New Guinea, which are flown by pilots using specialist aircraft, such as Helio Stallions or Pilatus Porters.
The most exciting airport I used to land at regularly, until the new airport at Chep Lak Kok opened, was Kai Tak in Hong Kong, particularly in a brisk crosswind.
Currently my favourite "bum puckerer" is Runway 29 at Milford Sound in Fiordland New Zealand
Again, this is a trifle tricky in any kind of wind.
Retired Airline Captain
· 5 years ago