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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 (11 months 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!
Mohana Chandrasekaran (1 month ago)
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Verle Guntrum Jr. (2 months ago)
The USAIR crash at Pittsburgh International. Not sure what year but ink guess about 20 years ago?
Bob Greene (3 months ago)
Has the ATC communications "dead zone" been remedied, yet? It would seem the best solution is either a satellite relay or a more powerful communications relay station on one of the remote Aleutian islands.
Rick Reichow (4 months ago)
Recreate KAL Flight 801. This 747 crashed on approach to Guam while I lived there about 2miles from my home August 1997. 26 survivors. My wife was in charge of the ICU at Naval Hospital Guam and one of many who assisted on saving lives from this disaster. Pilot error was responsible for this crash.
steff serpent (4 months ago)
Thanks for the effort dude well done
Charles Taylor (8 days ago)
These damn Youtube advertisements are so frequent and annoying. I’m getting so pissed I may find something else to do with my free time. You
Vv hese (9 days 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 (10 days ago)
The Boeing 747 in one beautiful, magnificent flying machine.... Skilled mechanics and pilots are the key to safe flying.
Michael Macluskie (11 days 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??
Augustin Man (13 days 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" !
Paul Malnar (13 days 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!
MINECRAFT PLAYER (16 days ago)
Give me the name of this Simulator boy
GamingWOLF197 (18 days ago)
Love your videos man but the only thing missing is voices.
Fractured Joules (29 days 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.
Yusuf Jariwala (30 days ago)
Really love watching this flight channel. Get to know more and more about flights handling by the pilots to avoid the disasters. And hat's off to the flight channel for their conclusions.
3:28 music please
Wolf Bradshaw (1 month ago)
Where do you get those really nice songs from?
devalphamale31 (1 month ago)
music credits pls?? give the names of track you use
Okaymateuss (1 month ago)
Mandy CharrLuvr (1 month ago)
This is my new favorite channel! Excellent, and very well done.
Peter Wakeman (1 month ago)
on the route in dame aircraft was all good
Truthfears Guilty (1 month ago)
Job Well Done! Congrats!
Truthfears Guilty (1 month ago)
Job Well Done! Congrats!
Libby (2 months ago)
Question if anyone knows... how the hell do we still have DEAD SPOTS? I mean seriously. Can we get these planes Verizon or something? We have how many satellites orbiting? There should never be a situation like this where a plane can't be in contact with SOMEONE. I'm glad they thought to relay it through another aircraft.
Peter Shaw (1 month ago)
Really is amazing in this day and age we have so called dead spots
lenny108 (2 months ago)
nicely done video, seems that the pilots had neglected to perform complete flight control checks before takeoff?
Rishie Mansingh (2 months ago)
excellent airmanship.
Robert Gift (2 months ago)
Well done video! Thank you. I would have stayed high. Less dense airflow againstherrant rudder and better able to communicate by radio.
TakeDeadAim (2 months ago)
When you're an emergency aircraft and have relayed a "Mayday"...YOU OWN whatever airspace you want. ATC does not "clear" you...YOU TELL ATC where you're going and what you need to do. THEY MUST do the work of clearing corridors, block altitudes...whatever. You deal with your actions on the ground but "upstairs"...ATC works for you. Period.
Charles Taylor (8 days ago)
TakeDeadAim I have been flying all my life but after watching this series of plane disasters I’m hesitant to ever want to fly again. I never thought about all the things that could go wrong and now they fill my mind. LOL
butchtropic (2 months ago)
Well done, what was that music at closing, I liked it, very relaxing.
Michael W. Jones Jones (2 months ago)
I noticed you started using so called extended contrail graphics. We cant be fooled. Did "they" contact you about this ? You only do it ocasionally but you still capitulated. Shame. # STOPCHEMTRAILS !
Z Z (2 months ago)
Unlike their Asian cousins, this flight crew took command of the situation and immediately commenced a safety 1st procedure. They then executed it with calm professionalism, and the result was not an "Act of God", but a good example of best practice. No panic, no bullshit, no ATC/Engineering on the ground buck-passing. Airlines and the pilots that fly for them are NOT generic. If you decide to go cheap, then the don't complain when the guy or gal at the front decides to put face or finance before your safety. It really is that simple.
Vivek Manoj (2 months ago)
This is why northwest became southwest
La musica infinita (2 months ago)
Trained pilots 👍👍
Chase Hobbs (2 months ago)
The landing :Did not touchdown on marks :Touchdown way to late :Almost overran the runway rate: 10/10 The part about it is that they landed to far,and made me think it was going to overrun the runway,in this case with the B747 Nortwest is a popular airline,but it is not really around here.I would honestly give them a bigger surprise.They did something no pilot had been trained before with a B747.
Chase Hobbs (2 months ago)
Since I only play flight sims,I would have most likely crashed this plane lol.I will get flight lesson's soon tho.
SpunkDustbin (3 months ago)
You are ridiculously talented.
Miles Franklin (3 months ago)
Good morning. You are doing some excellent videos that shows us that we have some great production and edition people. Also the excellent research work. Congratulations and continue to share your videos.
TexasRose50 (3 months ago)
I love seeing success stories! Wow, awesome pilots!! Kudos to them. These videos are SO addicting! I have to use them as a reward to myself for getting my chores done. Makes me work quicker so I can sit down and enjoy them. Along with learning new things I never knew about. Thanks again for all the hard work putting these together. :)
annihilationHaven (3 months ago)
I hate hearing this type of story, a problem that nobody has a fucking clue about. This is the worst type of incident. Even a fire is better, at least you have some idea how to put it out.
Bryan Stanley (3 months ago)
Hey YouTube, these damn ads in the middle of videos will soon make me never watch videos again on your site.
h4rder10 (3 months ago)
some serious skills at the cockpit there by esp. the F.O.
MarZ KillZ (3 months ago)
Seen this on tv
Inferno Dragon (3 months ago)
it might be the second deadliest single aircraft disaster when it crashed. how suck
Etienne Nobel (3 months ago)
These are great videos but please attend to your language.
Garrett Baker (3 months ago)
If you haven't done the Gimli Glider, that would be slick. These videos are really elegant. Are you recreating these from general accounts of the events or are these run from the flight data recorder? Either way, it's these are impressive!
teenie neenie (3 months ago)
The ATC's response was disgusting. Pilot declares an emergency and ATC's response is " Yeah....".?
Ray N17 (3 months ago)
Great work put into these videos,top quality
Rory O'Connor (3 months ago)
Great airmanship to the pilots. Well done. True heroes all.
Rayleen Gale (3 months ago)
Tomáš Bouzek (4 months ago)
At the time of the incident, Junior Captain Frank Geib and First Officer Mike Fagan had just taken control of the aircraft, allowing Senior Captain John Hanson and First Officer David Smith to rest.
Maja Andrukaniec (4 months ago)
Awesome video a love that flightchannel😊
Elchben Studio (4 months ago)
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Ernest Humphrey (4 months ago)
Great channel and great work. Thanks for what is probably a ton of work. First class and very informative ‼️
Niklas Enblom (4 months ago)
Great video and what a splendid job those pilots did to wrestle the 747 back to Anchorage. That sudden bank must’ve been terrifying.
Chris Miller (4 months ago)
That aircraft is at the Delta museum near Hartsfield Jackson airport and is on display.
teenie neenie (3 months ago)
Didn't know that, Thanks for the info!
The awesome Ryan604Gamer (4 months ago)
This is similar to Japan Airlines flight 123 which lost the rudder and it crashed into a mountain northwest of Tokyo
J Stenberg (4 months ago)
Great graphics!!!
Leo V. (4 months ago)
whats the name of the music at 11:08?
john harris (4 months ago)
The Flight Channel getting better and better.
ladykiri42 (4 months ago)
Very interesting, and well handled by the pilots. My brother-in-law is one of Northwest's main repair mechanics and is often flown to foreign airports to fix problems that occur to their aircraft. Not sure if he was called to Alaska for this one.
busylifemeto (4 months ago)
Are youtube serious adds every fucking minute ? FUCK OFF
teenie neenie (3 months ago)
Are YOU serious!? Get AdBlock, stupid!
mj ramj (4 months ago)
No one died right? That would be terrible
weldon mackenzie (4 months ago)
astonishing survival???? was i missing something?
George Costopoulos (4 months ago)
may God rest their souls
Anisa Batool (4 months ago)
The videos are nice but the written explanations are difficult to read and then they vanish in a jiffy Plz do something
Janice Ranola (4 months ago)
Kudos to the two pilots!
HattaRizadiYT (4 months ago)
Scott Padgett (4 months ago)
Absolutely Stunning Work I can't get enough of your videos Just spent most of my day "binge" watching them.... Wonderful and interesting Thank you for your hard work brother....
Gary Stafford (4 months ago)
I always thought this video was a good place to view aircraft videos, but wtf is up with 3 ads in the first 7 minutes of the video. If I experience anymore of this bullshit I will not view any more. I can deal with the 1st ad at the beginning of YouTube videos but this was too much.
WilliamOccamensis (4 months ago)
So many of these disasters happen because something fails and the pilots have to guess what. Why aren't planes equipped with cameras, so pilots can see what's going on out there? There should be cameras on the upper body and underneath, set up to give a panoramic view. They're pretty small now, and wouldn't create significant drag.
T R (5 months ago)
Would be good to voice over comments and commentary, otherwise perfect entertainment and flight engineering events to learn by
Robert Chase (5 months ago)
"... not possible to virtually [sic] inspect ..." -- "visually"!
Robert Chase (5 months ago)
The English on many of these air disaster videos is terrible, e.g. "Because of its size, the Boeing 747 has both an upper and lower rudder which they [sic] work together" -- "they" does not belong! Another: "Even if [sic] Anchorage is more than 30 minutes away ..." -- "Even though ..."! Yet another: "If the pilots will [sic] lose control of the plane ..." -- "will" does not belong; "if" places the clause in the subjunctive mood -- it should not be in the future tense!
S Plane (5 months ago)
It feels like watching a movie 🍿! Great work now I have high expectations for you!
maurice gaskin (5 months ago)
Great video, but you must show a reaction of the crew and passengers in these difficult situations. Thanks for some entertaining videos
I was in this plane
Miles (5 months ago)
Didn't they land on 6 Left?
Larry Maxwell (5 months ago)
Damn white lettering is hard to see on clouds! DUH DUH DUH DUH! What idiot decided to use white lettering, MORON!
Lil swae rslich (5 months ago)
What's the name of the game that you are using
Train boy (5 months ago)
once again another great video
Sana Khan (5 months ago)
Your videos are always amazing I don’t know why I’m watching these before giving interview for cabin crew job 😭
Mehjabin Maeesha (5 months ago)
Pls make us bangla the bangladesh private airline crash on Nepal kathmundu
john aggett (5 months ago)
Why does everyone speak so fast as if it’s their last breath, clear speech so there is no misunderstandings, especially when giving out numbers.
William Radford (5 months ago)
A defect with the rudder equipment. the cause of the plane to bank sharply, when in auto pilot. Great graphics in this video.
M.J. Leger (5 months ago)
PLEASE OMIT THAT DIRGE MUSIC at the beginning of most of your videos! We can't get past that!
Stephen Ellis (5 months ago)
TedBronson1918 (5 months ago)
"Impossible to virtually inspect..." What does THAT mean? They plug into a simulator to inspect aircraft, and if it works OK with the simulator that means the equipment is OK ? I'd say if they aren't looking at/testing the aircraft hands/eyes on then they aren't really inspecting the plane - they're just assuming that everything is OK without a hands on inspection. To me, a "virtual inspection" sounds about as worthy of trust as a video produced by a DA's office and presented as "evidence" in a criminal trial (like it was actual footage of the crime) when in truth it's a CGI video of the DA's THEORY of what happened, and not evidence at all. "Virtual inspection" gives me that same feeling of being untrustworthy, and a guesswork masquerading as a real inspection. Maybe my understanding of"virtual inspection" is way off. I hope it is, truly. Can a KNOWLEDGABLE person clear this up ? Thanks !
Louise Reay (4 months ago)
I assumed it was a mistake and the word should have been "visually" instead.
Emmanuel Savage (5 months ago)
It's an all around happy ending! The flight crew's skill brought everyone back safe and today ship 6301 now resides at the Delta Flight Museum, a tribute to an outstanding flight crew! Excellent video!
ee Ryan (5 months ago)
Wow how do have the time to do these
Gaming Time (5 months ago)
I loved this vid. I’m learning about it at school. Thanks for all of the work you did
ANNIE H. (5 months ago)
Great video! I have spent so many times flying to Europe, Hong Kong and Hawaii from the USA and never did I think about the possibility that something like this could happen but now since I have been checking out these videos I am not so sure I ever want to fly again.
VL4DI97 AVIATION (5 months ago)
What is first music u used in first part
Josh Wang (5 months ago)
Omg can you PLEASE include all the music used in this video in the description?
The Obsessed Gamer (5 months ago)
dharmeshtejal (5 months ago)
that would be scary if i was in that plane
Hildebrando Miguel (5 months ago)
Uma demonstração bem aperfeiçoado no desenho animado, parabéns gostei da ação
binnifinnie (5 months ago)
That was another amazing production. Well done!
Shalu Shetty (5 months ago)
Create a video on air india express flight 812
The celebrity world (5 months ago)
xXTNT GamerXx (5 months ago)
Northwest Flight 85 Emergency landing Granted
AviaLemon (5 months ago)
Hometo theworld (5 months ago)
Awesome Clip. Love your channel.
Larry Maxwell (5 months ago)
Thank you for the video its good to watch success stories where the crew gets rewarded for their bravery!
Larry Maxwell (5 months ago)
Your lettering sucks too! Make it ledgable please!

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