There is supposed to be an RNAV procedure recently developed for Rwy 09. It's probably steep and a sharp turn in the last mile before touchdown - but nothing unusual or hard to handle for a real world pilot flying an ATR or Dash-8 into that airport.
I'm pretty sure the AmeriJet B727 would want a Rwy 27 landing, but they might use Rwy 09 because Rwy 27 has no go around possibilities if a waveoff happens late.
ATC won't give you Rwy 27 if the winds dictate Rwy 09, but you can cancel IFR and land on Rwy 09 anyway.
@ PawPaw's house - near KADS, Addison, Texas, USA