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Colin Boneham
Colin Boneham Prieš 44 minutes
Fantastic training, great crew all round great ATC work too, best outcome.
Alyazid Mzougui
Alyazid Mzougui Prieš 44 minutes
Rcs NotOp
Rcs NotOp Prieš 46 minučių
I fell in love with this aircraft when I saw it taking off It is like slim deer flying in air
Crazy Clown
Crazy Clown Prieš 47 minučių
Sounds like a Boeing salesman
Yarik Kodanev
Yarik Kodanev Prieš 54 minutes
На английском нихрена не понял
Art Rose
Art Rose Prieš 56 minučių
You forgot the Koninklijke Luchtvaart Maatschappij (KLM Royal Dutch Airlines) It was the first airline ever, founded in 1919, and it still has the callsign KLM. Thats for 102 years upto now!
mic stone
mic stone Prieš 57 minučių
IFR I follow rivers
Damien Rodriguez
Damien Rodriguez Prieš val
We call those line cutters "wire strikes"
Jim Y
Jim Y Prieš val
lemme sum up. because pilots can't clearly read the displays on lcs screens.
Daniel Miot
Daniel Miot Prieš val
I’m assuming when you say Ifr U mean autonomous? That would be like the Otis elevator emergency brake demonstration. I’d be game!
Gaetan Prieš val
French pilots don't like power lines, a few days ago a Rafale has cut off power lines over a valley! :) Most serioulsy, french pilots of Securité Civile and PGHM are very impressionants, in mountain or as piloting water bombers, thanks to them!
Daniel Miot
Daniel Miot Prieš val
I mean we have helicopters around us why not a couple times a year do some kind of live helicopter evacuation exercises if the owners will go for it
Better Call Gatto
Better Call Gatto Prieš val
Did All the underwear was cleaned after this landing?
Steven Wilgus
Steven Wilgus Prieš val
NO SINGLE PILOT COCKPITS!!! These professionals demonstrated in a real emergency why this must never change. And don’t even bring up autonomous aerial vehicles... Fantastic performance abs kudos to everyone for being what they clearly are: consummate professionals. Great video too, by the way!
john jacob
john jacob Prieš val
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Mac Kelly
Mac Kelly Prieš val
Awesome Captain Joe!! I now know how to land a jetliner!
PullTab Prieš val
What's up with the video and audio quality in this video. It looks like you filmed yourself with a 1987 VHS camera.
Frankie Goes to Hollywood
Frankie Goes to Hollywood Prieš val
Perfect explanation!
btakesa Prieš val
What a horrible sounding narrator
Fouzer Abdulhameed
Fouzer Abdulhameed Prieš val
Very good information. Thank you
yvng tub
yvng tub Prieš val
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bepowerification Prieš val
mh, I still dont know how this works on piston propeller planes.
Lammart Poels
Lammart Poels Prieš val
Is the black plane in the background with an American registration? Surely right?
khem Prieš val
Nice reaction
bertvdlast Prieš val
One of the most complicated wheel retraction was that of the XB70 Valkyrie.
azazi sarah
azazi sarah Prieš 2 val
David Moutardier
David Moutardier Prieš 2 val
Thanks for the information. Excellent!
ExclusiveGamer84 Prieš 2 val
I was in denver airport that same day was flying southwest though
Jan Kelly
Jan Kelly Prieš 2 val
They're not saying they're coming from airliners. It's military aircraft.
Elyjah Stark
Elyjah Stark Prieš val
It doesn’t matter what they say. You can verify the majority of persistent contrails are created by the exhaust from commercial airplanes. The laws of physics don’t differentiate. Check out a flight radar next time you see them.
Juan Hernandez
Juan Hernandez Prieš 2 val
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Kamerz TV
Kamerz TV Prieš 2 val
Thanks for the info captain...
K_ 5810
K_ 5810 Prieš 2 val
Which aircraft is in the background ???
Hari Krishnan
Hari Krishnan Prieš 2 val
simon wang
simon wang Prieš 2 val
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Kazzzyn Prieš 2 val
Still confused which is a 767 *im really dumb huh?*
Johannes Thomsen
Johannes Thomsen Prieš 2 val
Thank you Sir. I have been flying a lot as passenger, I am ever great full for the professional crew
Mugundhan N
Mugundhan N Prieš 3 val
Superb information captain
David Maltz
David Maltz Prieš 3 val
Classic Oscar Brand tune on the topic Search LTburn for “The poor Copilot”
Chaileeportraits _
Chaileeportraits _ Prieš 3 val
The only pilot flying a virtual plane more than the real plane ....>pilot instructor 😂😂😂😂
puellanivis Prieš 3 val
Huh… I imagine with the massive amounts of lift that the U2 can generate (necessary to fly so high up), that it could absolutely land at the speed a fast car can get up to.
Farooq Khan
Farooq Khan Prieš 3 val
Thanks, Capt. Joe.
Malcolm Fernandes
Malcolm Fernandes Prieš 3 val
Very well explained captain .
Lord Humongus
Lord Humongus Prieš 3 val
It's Broomfield not Bloomfield Colorado. I saw it from the ground live.
tradjazzer Prieš 3 val
very interesting Joe. By the way, do all captions wear 4 bar stripes and some have 3; or have I misunderstood this. I am only a passenger ( age 79 ) and have not been on a plane since 2009 when we went to New Orleans. Now saving for a trip back to Seychelles with my ex-wife and our son. Hope when COVID is over so that I can go on an A380 od Emirates airlines, change at Dubai of course.
ofoeshow Hahn
ofoeshow Hahn Prieš 3 val
where are you from Joe?
First Officer Jaden AR
First Officer Jaden AR Prieš 3 val
Both are amazing jets in the sky but sadly........ Boeing 747 will die at 2022. It's like lived a long life but will die like an old man. A380 never lived more than 20 years and that's the saddest part of the aviation :(
Hydra Of Malice
Hydra Of Malice Prieš 3 val
I start drooling after watching it
Hydra Of Malice
Hydra Of Malice Prieš 4 val
On flight radar i have seen sometimes planes faster than 1200kmph does that mean they are breaking sound barrier or there is a catch. Please reply greatly appreciated
Hydra Of Malice
Hydra Of Malice Prieš 4 val
On flight radar i have seen sometimes planes faster than 1200kmph does that mean they are breaking sound barrier or there is a catch. Please reply greatly appreciated
Yamana Rajesh
Yamana Rajesh Prieš 4 val
Love form india❤️
Fetzie Prieš 4 val
Goes to show how effective breaking down a complex situation into simple steps can be.