There will be a turning moment to the
left as the right wing is much lighter than the left. The
pilot would have to steer to the right to raise the left wing.
At best this will make the aeroplane
much more difficult to handle. As the pilot slowed down to
land, there is a strong chance that the left aileron (a flap which
steers the plane) would become less effective, so the wing dropped
right down, causing an uncontrollable spin.
Unfortunately he cannot pull over
behind a cloud and transfer the fuel using a petrol can and
Not the best situation to find