Back in February I posted a video clip showing the diving approach to tiny Saint Barthélemy Airport in the Caribbean. Courtesy of aviation enthusiast Cargospotter's channel on YouTube, here are two more videos from that island, shot from various vantage points and showing aircraft such as a DHC-6 Twin Otter, a Britten-Norman Islander, a Pilatus PC-12 and a Cessna 208 Caravan landing and taking off. I recommend watching both in full-screen mode.
I'm intrigued by the tendency of these relatively light STOL aircraft to 'float' after recovering from a diving approach like that. In more than one landing, I was fully expecting the pilot to go around and try again, because his wheels didn't touch the tarmac until he was more than halfway down the runway! Short landings indeed . . .