Look at the guys sleeve. It's moving pretty good, so I'm guessing it is a bit turbulent. Then go listen to the auto-callous from 50the feet to touchdown. In normal conditions it is a slow steady countdown. He must ha e it aught a sinker about 30 feet but manages to arrest the descent before touchdown.
In calmer conditions, like in golf, you want "quiet hands" and a relatively loose grip. And then just fingertip inputs to keep it on the glidepath and centerline. If you "choke the chicken" you will have to work too hard.
One thing I see when pilots come over from the Boeing is the tendency to pump the stick (in pitch) like they pumped the yoke (in pitch) in the Boeing during the flare. They forget that one of the things the Airbus does starting at 50 feet RA is it starts to slowly trim nose down. This will get the pilot to start to hold just a bit of nose up stick to get a nice flare. But you don't really see a great pitch change. Maybe a degree or so. But those who pump the stick
Actually, AA had $4billion in cash ehen it filed for "reorganization". Known as ChapterI 11. This, technically, is not bankruptcy, Chapter 7, liquidation, like Hostess Bakeries(twinkie maker) filed for last year. Although a lot if the creditors get just as screwed as in Ch. 7.