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Surviving An Astonishing Emergency Landing | Northwest Flight 85 | New Flight Simulator 2017

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Northwest Airlines Flight 85 is cruising above the Bering Sea, when the lower rudder segment suddenly deflects to the left. The pilots are forced to make an emergency landing in Anchorage. Follow me on Instagram to get the latest updates: https://instagram.com/theflightchannelyt I spent a lot of time to create this video. Hope you liked it! Buy the hardware that I use here: https://www.amazon.com/shop/influencer20170928287?ref=ac_inf_hm_vp Or Here: CPU: http://amzn.to/2zvNOR9 GPU (Graphic Card): http://amzn.to/2hZyCSw GPU (Cheaper, but Good): http://amzn.to/2hoPxAT RAM: http://amzn.to/2yprDbF MOTHERBOARD: http://amzn.to/2yMYewl 4K MONITOR: http://amzn.to/2Ax0CV9 or http://amzn.to/2g8jzql MOUSE: http://amzn.to/2AxmXSE KEYBOARD: http://amzn.to/2hnHGU7 SSD Hard Drive: http://amzn.to/2fQ5ny8 Standard Hard Drive: http://amzn.to/2fG0t7D JOYSTICK: http://amzn.to/2lkUszi
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TheFlightChannel (1 year ago)
Here's another "Air Disaster" episode. This time the Northwest Airlines flight 85 accident. I spend so much time to create this kind of videos so please let me know if you would like to see more of these. If so, suggest me what air accident to recreate next. Thank You!
TheFlightChannel thanks for another great video. If you want someone to proof read your captions/texts I will happily do that for you. Let me know.
Michell van den Boom (20 days ago)
EL flight 1862 DHL collision flight 611
George Kontonikolis (29 days ago)
You're the best. We hope you collaborate with 74 Gear channel which is also aviation top notch!
Yola Miryam Hurwitz (1 month ago)
I enjoy your computerized simulations, but PLEASE omit the music!
Shelby Hill (1 month ago)
Too slow...these videos drag.... cut in half
Zayyan Samad (6 hours ago)
at 10:16 what is the name of the music???? plz help i really like it
Kevin Fegan (1 day ago)
Interesting, at 9:20 the animation shows a single (non-split) rudder that seems to be able to move normally.
Janet Miller (1 day ago)
Around 10:15 inspect virtually or visually?
Ronak Nikam (3 days ago)
I like you're channel I found professional and non memer people in your comments section
DiamondWolf25 Gaming (5 days ago)
I was from "Captain Joe" video from his rudder split video that he featured this video ( video link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J-TJQimfylA&list=UU88tlMjiS7kf8uhPWyBTn_A )
Dude! Love your videos. If you want someone to proof read your captions/text I will happily do it!
Mark O'Dell (8 days ago)
Just curious what country this channel is based in?
Mark O'Dell judging by the curios grammar/English errors, I’d say Japan.
Game Gorilla (11 days ago)
This may not make sense but I'm the king of hi
Dave Blane (12 days ago)
WORK on your English grammar and spelling!
Victor Burton (13 days ago)
Crap music ruins the video. THUMBS DOWN
gman03887 (14 days ago)
This channel sucks ass......................
Nicky Keightley (15 days ago)
Thank you. So interesting to watch.
Reece Arcinas (15 days ago)
Wing Flex
Marshalea Smith (15 days ago)
Great job pilots!
Out Of Time (16 days ago)
You do great work with these videos. But the chemtrails coming from this plane was unnecessary bro.. That doesn't happen in reality.
Brad` B (16 days ago)
the nose gear is steered with a tiller not the rudder pedals.
Ed Evans (26 days ago)
I'm trying to understand the Air Disaster here? Was it because the Japanese soccer team missed out drinking the Bar dry or was it one of the cabin stewards missed out entering the mile high club which the Cpt had promised the nite before?
Chris Still (26 days ago)
Very well done! W/ tiny bit help w/ your English syntax,these would be flawless. Boeing creates split rudder but never considers half could get hard over, stuck? Can’t inspect but NEVER thinks this could happen? Not possibly?? Could have trained in simulators except “never happened before so cannot happen in future” is Boeing’s mantra?
shariys1 (28 days ago)
Beautiful job on this!
Shahid Khan (29 days ago)
Boeings aircrafts are the worst..
Jacob F (30 days ago)
at 5:29 the plane is in range for “achorage” atc radio
Sweta Singh (1 month ago)
*Pilots - Real Heroes of the Skies*
IT IZME_ (1 month ago)
Though I have never flown, I don't believe the FAA allows the Captain of a passenger airliner to just say "we have an emergency" , unless a list of prerequisites have been met. So when a Cpt. does declare one, it means EVERYTHING else is secondary and this aircraft is priority 1. And if you need to clear the airspace then do it. Lots of weight on the shoulders of a passenger airline pilot, with all those precious lives sitting behind them,. But it must get many times heavier when something like this happens. That's an immense amount to handle.
brian blessing (1 month ago)
don't like nearly 10 minute commercials.i wanna see the video i'm watching
Nuno Soares (1 month ago)
Well done Captain John H. and First Officer Mike F. for your excellent work in landing this aircraft, as well as the flight attendants, and team at the Anchorage airport. You were all amazing and saved the lives of a lot of people :-)
ATCkeepsUsafe (1 month ago)
I have been in the aviation industry for 29 years. This is just a kid playing on his computer and nothing else. This very inaccurstely describes all the details and crap software is being used again, just video a game!
Kenneth Tombs (1 month ago)
Not sure what you mean about kid on computer and what was inaccurate about the video. Please offer some context for your commentary, otherwise how can changes or improvements be made? It sounds like after all those years in the industry you might have some worthwhile insights.
auntypeg (1 month ago)
Love your work, but a lot of text is covered by Japanese txt, a pity coz I love reading the dialogue
Noena Burnell (1 month ago)
I love your channel. The very best of its kind. I wish you all the very best, but hope you have less and less of these air disaster vids to recreate!
Heru Mornie (1 month ago)
@TheFlightChannel I wish you could get data for and make videos of two MALEV crashes, the one on 28th August, 1971 in Coppenhagen, MALEV flight 731; and the other one in Beirut, MALEV flight 240. I am pretty curious what do you know about these accidents because we do know almost nothing...
JRobert111111 (1 month ago)
Very glad for the safe landing, but it makes me sad that so many of these beautiful aircraft are being retired. There is none other than the "Queen of the Skies".
Annette Elliott (1 month ago)
I can never get enough of planes....good or bad....
walmartdog1142 (1 month ago)
Please do the levee landing, TACA Flight 110
M Fuller (1 month ago)
@TheFlightChannel . Good video but your English needs some work.
sdvsf1989 (1 month ago)
Just a fact: I was just 7months and 4 days old and chilling in my house when it happens
David Tycer (1 month ago)
I recall several flight deck/cockpit aircraft type operation manuals prefaced with a first "header" intro page which proclaimed "Fly The Aircraft!" Is my memory correct? Line Inspection Bldg B General Inspector 79-99 was my job environment.
marcd (1 month ago)
The story is interesting, but this music is unnecessarily dramatic.
Dogsoldier 1950 (1 month ago)
I like the music
ohwhatelse (1 month ago)
Watching this gave me chills-that plane was built in Everett, WA. i worked at that Boeing plant, sending parts out to the planes being built on the line. We were all allowed to go put and watch that plane's test flight. What a proud moment in time. I remember the interior was a kind of burgandy and Boeing had a suit made for the Pres. of NW from the upholstery material. He came to the plant to take delivery at a ceremony we were all invited to attend, with refreshments, incl. cookies in the shape of the plane & key chains to match (i still have mine) where he was surprised with the suit, which he seemed to love. I have always wished I could say I worked on that plane. Now I am relieved that I did not. I would NOT have wanted to design or install that/those parts! The Presidential Air Force 1 was also built at Everett during the aprox. same time frame ( it may have been retired by now, also). No, I didn't actually work on it eitber! Whew!
Pushan krak (2 months ago)
Why that ad music nobody died
Stu (2 months ago)
Your video's are compelling, so well made, thank you for creating them.
D Lee (2 months ago)
Skilled pilots like these are becoming rare.
Bob Frantz (2 months ago)
Your lettering is impossible to read
Jeff Daugherty (2 months ago)
If flown this flt several times! Retired NWA
Tony D (2 months ago)
No offense, but what was so astonishing about this landing? I mean, I'm glad they landed safely, but what was astonishing?
Scott Acton (2 months ago)
You did a really good job with the video, and telling the story in a meaningful way. But I just can't stand the commericial interruptions, which occured about every 2.5 minutes. Seriously, I'd rather watch TV.
Noena Burnell (1 month ago)
I always let the commercials run through. The people who make these videos, do so taking up a lot of their time and lots of effort to bring you this. You don't get it for free...it only costs you a few seconds to watch a commercial though! Stop being a "me me me" brat!
rogerdotlee (2 months ago)
You know what I'd like to see you guys cover is Japan Airlines Flight 46E, Anchorage Alaska 31-Mar-1993
NYVET (2 months ago)
Good videos, but do yourself and your channel a favor, have someone proficient in English help you with the descriptions. There are many many errors that detract from your work, making it look unprofessional which is a shame for the content you put out. I'm sure someone would be willing to help, just to read and edit each text block, then it would all be flawless.
Nicholas Aridi (2 months ago)
This is very good stuff, it takes the fear out of the flying, should be seen as part of an educational course in school
bonzology (2 months ago)
7 commercials in 11 minutes, unsubbed and fuck you!
Ohio Strike (2 months ago)
Ive flown that same route. Technically it was the same airline. (Delta's new A350-900)
Henri C (2 months ago)
I like these videos better without the music
John Doyle (2 months ago)
Well done the pilots and crew. They were faced with an unknown problem and did well to overcome the problems and land safely. Always sad to see a beautiful craft "Retired", so much dedicated workmanship to be torn apart. Thanks for the video, excellent presentation.
Madam Butterfly (2 months ago)
Well deserved award!! I held my breath praying for a safe landing
alizierny (2 months ago)
Everyone survived!
hippieanimal (2 months ago)
So many ads 😟
ROBBIE BUNGE (2 months ago)
Brilliant flying
Carmen Alina Iancu (2 months ago)
I love it when no one dies. Amazing work as usual
bradc002 (2 months ago)
"The NTSD found that there was a fatigue crack in the power control module, and that is was not possible to virtually inspect that type of failure". So, what was done to avoid similar rudder failures in the future?
Karl Schneider (2 months ago)
The 'power control module' is an invention by the teenage idiots who make these worthless videos.
warren munroe (2 months ago)
So, the senior captain and the junior captain are both named John H.?
Gallant Blade (1 month ago)
It's a typo. The junior captain's name was Frank Geib.
downallyourstreets (2 months ago)
Didn’t realize that area was the busiest airspace on t continent. I’m guessing because at that latitude distances are much shorter then say flying from California straight across to Japan: a massive distance with few places to land for emergencies (case in point) fuel etc.
Arnaldo Oliveira (2 months ago)
Perfect simulation... congrat!
Gus W (2 months ago)
ATC idiots
Ilsah Ahmed (2 months ago)
What’s the piano music piece from? I like it idk why😂
Tanya Korotich (2 months ago)
All's Well That Ends Well!
Crack The Sky Fan (2 months ago)
OUTSTANDING!!!
King Moron Productions (2 months ago)
"not possible to virtually inspect that type of failure" - Did you mean visually? Also, you never explained why it took considerable physical effort to fly the plane? I'm confused by that one. Otherwise, great job :)
King Moron Productions (23 days ago)
+Stanislav Kostarnov Golly, I see! Thank you for the explanation :)
Stanislav Kostarnov (23 days ago)
(this is belated but) I am assuming an airplane of this type uses a manual system of pressure inputs to the ailerons (physically moving them directly via hydraulics), thus, it took a considerable force of pushing (or turning) on the yoke to compensate the motion induced by the rudder.
Luis Perez (3 months ago)
No lo aguas de juego lo quiero real
Silent wraith (3 months ago)
NICE WORK BY THE PILOTS
Marc van der Linden (3 months ago)
Nice video and good quality flightsim. You state they were in a dead zone between Alaska and Asia, but normally they have contact with atc via HF and these days mostly satcom with hf as backup.
DS Analysis (3 months ago)
Survivors ! Maybe make a playlist that features only crashes that have survivors. Even if its just one. My recommendation is the stolen Q400
machia0705 (3 months ago)
This is a superb production in every way possible. It occurred to me during the beautiful “4K flight” of this beautiful airplane , that these machines are engineering marvels. What a safety record they have. Good experienced flight crews and mechanics who are experienced and follow procedure make flying today incredibly safe.
heidi Holiday (3 months ago)
Terrible music.
1littlelee (3 months ago)
please dont calim this as a new simulator form 1017 its an 11 year oild sim
Jon Myers (3 months ago)
"I'm sorry, but we have too much traffic to let you descend even though you have an emergency in one of the largest planes ever built. Please call again. Thank you and have a nice day" Good thing I wasn't the pilot or I'd of flipped out on that controller. I think once I made it to the ground, I would've taxied right over to the tower and got out and punched that guy in the mouth Lol! What is wrong with people??!! Rant over. Great video.
Siddhant Singh (3 months ago)
Jr Captain is Frank geib
Thomas Hill (3 months ago)
To watch the Pilots stay constructively calm, to get control of an aircraft emergency, and then to land, with all of its variables, is really exciting to watch, while riding shotgun, no less :I !
Mystikal 36 (3 months ago)
Left Wank. Rudder Bendover
The Oofing Guy (3 months ago)
You’re copying from the Smithison Channel (or whatever they call it)
Kyle Austin (3 months ago)
Outstanding work! Love your videos. You keep making them and I will keep watching them.  Thank you to followers who add more knowledge to your content.  I know nothing about the art of flying and little bits of info like knowing the captain that declares and emergency controls the space needed and not the ATC is nice to know.
Cal Ven (3 months ago)
How can there be a "dead zone" for communications anywhere in the world, with all those satellites floating around in space?
hobsteral (3 months ago)
how do pilots know how and where to get to a different airport that is not programmed in to their flight path ?
a wi (4 months ago)
👍
Duff Jolly (4 months ago)
Thanks to great pilots. Thank you all I feel safer knowing you are out there. Cheers
Nicolas (4 months ago)
I Subbed , liked and i love you
Julie Newsome (4 months ago)
This music is haunting
voci ferus (4 months ago)
Yep. One can easily imagine that the "launch costumer" was not too happy about that... What with all the work he had done to properly dress up that plane! Of note: It is very surprising to read (4:20) that smack in the middle of such an emergency "the captain (leaves the cockpit and) goes into the cabin to tell flight attendants to prepare for emergency landing"... when he could have simply picked up the phone and called attendants (like they always do...).
Frances Witham (4 months ago)
Kudos to that crew.
Michael Tulloch (4 months ago)
I like the ones , where no one is killed. All survive.
Jeremiah Carlos (4 months ago)
How the fuck does the atc deny an emergency aircraft their request for lower altitude
Leus Reit (5 months ago)
Have you made video on crash of the flight Tatarstan 363 in Kazan' airport, involving Boeing 737-500? If not, it would be appreciated. That happened in November 2013
talkaboutgod (5 months ago)
RIDICULOUS NUMBER OF ADS. ABANDONED VIDEO AND UNSUBSCRIBED FROM CHANNEL
Vv hese (5 months ago)
even if the plane was out of dead radio frequency the pilots made a clear decision to go back to anchorage and saved the plane from a possible crash.
Raymond Parsley (5 months ago)
The Boeing 747 in one beautiful, magnificent flying machine.... Skilled mechanics and pilots are the key to safe flying.
Michael Macluskie (5 months ago)
How come its always American Airplanes that are involved with mishaps and or fatal crashes mor than any other Airline?? American Trains, Ships (mostly Navy), and Aircraft always crashing....OSHA what are you doing??
Joshua Powell (4 months ago)
I guess you could call it....american exceptionalism, lol
Augustin Man (5 months ago)
Did you get it?! "The NTSB found that there was a fatigue crack in the power module, and that IT WAS NOT POSSIBLE TO VIRTUALLY INSPECT THAT TYPE OF FAILURE" DID YOU GET IT?! Thus "safe fly and pray for the rudder" !
IM4NRA (5 months ago)
So many times we've heard that every leap in logic or advance in technology is another step towards designing the pilot out of the cockpit. It is categorically ridiculous if not impossible to pursue such a state of automation. What computer could emulate a seasoned pilot who must re-qualify the plane and himself in the event of the unthinkable! I'm talking about keeping a bird in the air in that crazy space outside the flight envelope where landing gear double as vertical stabilizer or any of the more radical inputs we've seen over the years from some bright capable pilots! He's there to fly, let him do it!
Noena Burnell (1 month ago)
I would have a pilot fly me anyday over a computer. This fully automated thing scares the living shit out a me!
rifleman40440 (3 months ago)
And yet, most plane crashes are caused by pilot error...almost seems like pilots are fallible.. Most of these videos show this as well. I'd venture to say that automation has saved more of those big birds from pilots than the other way around. I'll just leave this here. http://www.planecrashinfo.com/cause.htm
Give me the name of this Simulator boy
Sweta Singh (1 month ago)
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CheapestThings (5 months ago)
Love your videos man but the only thing missing is voices.
Fractured Joules (6 months ago)
I agree with you 1000% TDA. When the Captain declares a May Day and requests a lower altitude, ATC should and MUST work with the flight crew and give them what they request. As stated by TDA, ATC can clear the area, there are hundred of lives in jeopardy the captain must be responsible for. Good thing things went well for this flight.

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