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Text Comments (749)
Always [AFTER THE EVENT] . Being reactive instead of proactive.
rowel tividad (1 day ago)
american airline and united airline got too many accident.they dont have good pilots comparing to asian pilots mostly with international flights.
Denise W. (2 days ago)
Awesome simulation in these videos!
Syriana Kahli (2 days ago)
Stunning work as usual.
trueman mann (3 days ago)
This plane was sabotaged to crash
Bruce Forrest (6 days ago)
09:13 JAL B-747 heavy takes off... 09:14 American takes off.... they knew that wing tip vortices was a factor... (captains fault and his responsibility) and if you look at the charts for the conditions of both of those aircraft, the AA could out perform the 747... CLIMB.... get above the wing tip vortices. With the exception of simulator training, I have NEVER used full deflection rudder inputs... and in the simulator, it was always at slow speed usually during an engine failure where you planted your foot to the floor and then backed off to keep the aircraft on the center line during a V1 cut. I would have slapped the crap out of a co-pilot using that kind of control misuse. I was also in a ground school class that said the vertical stabilizer had been improperly repaired, and another reason why it separated from the airplane... but the rudder usage was so excessive that both of the engines ripped off? This was right after 911, so we immediately thought it was another terrorists attack.
chuby cow (6 days ago)
So close to 600k! Come on!
Joe Billielo (6 days ago)
I was out there fishing a day or two before and always drive right through that neighborhood 😳
JAMES FERNANDEZ (8 days ago)
Most of the times is always first officer's fault! Air France A330 that crashed in the Atlantic Ocean was too and many others! :S
jake fiscus (16 days ago)
That last photo is pan am 103
Phillip Yam (17 days ago)
I thought the plane was a McDonnell Douglas MD 80
Solmarie Rivera (18 days ago)
I’m addicted to this channel 😊
Duzit Mader (19 days ago)
Whenever I have the desire to feel "depressed, but happy to be alive", I come and watch TheFlightChannel.
First Amendment (19 days ago)
I'll never fly as long as I live...I don't trust any aircraft in today's world. There are always problems that are overlooked until a disaster occurs....that's how it works when money is involved.
cecilia teo (20 days ago)
If im not mistaken, both engines fell off too right? How did that happen?
WestAirAviation (20 days ago)
Fun Fact: This was the last crash of a US Major Airliner with fatalities. As of this post our no crash streak is at 17 years, the biggest in history by a WIDE margin.
AgentQQ8 (20 days ago)
Why is it always American Airlines that has to fuck things up?
David C. Miller (22 days ago)
I have watched a number of scenarios from The Flight Channel, and a prevalence of accidents stem for pilots over correcting. All avoidable . Just really sad for all those families and friends. RIP.
Madam Butterfly (23 days ago)
It seems American Airlines is doomed
Hugh Jardon (24 days ago)
wow so airbus made cheaply, some turbulence and the tail and engines come off, wow
J C (26 days ago)
Count your blessings
vonshango (26 days ago)
wake turbulence of previous 747 takeoff jet wasn't the cause, but lead to yaw, the pilot overcompensates with rudder causing 200k lbs of pressure/stress (2x max) that broke the vertical stabilizer, whole vertical tail breaks off, leads to uncontrolled descent causing both engines to break off the wings. 'excessive unnecessary' pilot rudder input error was blamed, not the wake turbulence.
BSA 650 (26 days ago)
Another worthless video from the same idiot that does not have any flight training, aircraft systems & design or any education relative flight or Ground Instruction. The cause of this crash was do to the loss of the Left/Engine. On any Twin Engine Aircraft losing an engine on Departure, the Captain must immediately apply Opposite Rudder to offset Asymetrical Thrust that will cause the aircraft to Roll to an Inverted Position. The Captain did apply opposite Rudder however he exceeded the Deflect Limit of an Airbus 300, and caused the Vertical Stabilizer and Rudder to break away form the aircraft. As such, the aircraft continued to roll Inverted and crashed into a residential neighborhood killing everyone on board and a few people on the ground.. Investigation revealed the use of Excessive Rudder Deflection. This caused Airbus to notify all carriers and users to never exceed a Rudder Deflection of approx. 21 Degrees. Later Airbuses were equipped with 'A Rudder Limiter ' to prevent "Over control". As usual the cause of this crash was due to "Pilot Error". In any given Emergency Situation, the Pilot-In-Command may panic, resulting in improper control of flight and subsequent loss of aircraft and human lives. This Fight Channel idiot should be banned from posting any videos relative to aircraft of any type !
George Houston (26 days ago)
Why did the engines fall off?
dvferyance (26 days ago)
It took off at 911 AM so coincidental.
paksland (27 days ago)
That's not what happened....
Charles Long (27 days ago)
They should have been able to fly the aircraft to an emergency landing without the vertical stabilizer. The vertical stabilizer is almost non-functional anyway. Birds don’t have one, nor do they need one.
Paul Solaman (28 days ago)
A patient 2 to 3 minutes could have been saved hundreds of lives
Connor Holmes (29 days ago)
Me: "Hmm, maybe this FlightChannel video will have a better outcome than the other 10 I've watched so far." Video: *PIANO MUSIC INTENSIFIES*
Cliff Padilla (29 days ago)
I still remember this incident.
David Norris (29 days ago)
safety rules are written in blood. Always were
bagariddum (30 days ago)
i wonder if there were any material witnesses to the events of 2 months earlier. maybe the grand jury is about to find out. 911 is about to unravel...finally
machia0705 (1 month ago)
Magnificent graphics. Superbly documented. God rest their souls.
Terry Hogan (1 month ago)
I hope all the bereaved families sued American Airlines !
D. Dalton Roc'zombie (1 month ago)
I never fly Airbus since the Everglades incident. don't even like the way 'Airbus' sounds.
mark p (1 month ago)
Bottom line, the NTSB blames the airplane manufacturer for the lack of pilot training on the limits of the plane and how to fly out of wake turbulence properly. How about changing traffic control procedure on planes taking off one right after another to avoid this in the future? Are manufacturers supposed to idiot proof every possible scenario a pilot may encounter? Apparently they are.
GamerWorm DudePlays (1 month ago)
Love ur vids dude! Btw it happened on September 12, not November 12.
Wyatt Edwards (1 month ago)
Okay, despite the other factors such as design flaws which MAY have contributed to the crash, little if any, why in the hell would you train your pilots respond unrealistically to wake turbulence and not teach them about the mechanics of and that you can overstress the rudder? It seems like there were a lot of people with their heads up their asses. Don't do on the simulator what you wouldn't do on a real plane. You don't get to simply "restart the simulator" when you're actually up in the air with souls on board. It is sickening how many of these tragic accidents are due to some sort of negligence on the part of the Airline company, whether it is cutting costs by doing subpar inspections and maintenance on aircraft, or like in this case, not making sure the pilots are taught how an actual plane will respond and why flying too aggressively stresses the components to a greater degree than they were designed for and thus is highly dangerous.
john harris (1 month ago)
If it ain't Boeing I ain't going. The entire vertical stabilizer, then both engines fell off the "Airburst". Oh well, just a few hundred dead, the pilots need better training.
TWOHAWK 1 (1 month ago)
WHY?? At the 9:11 minute mark, an image of the Lockerbie, Scotland crash, Pan Am flt103 is included. Why?
Rodney Caupp (1 month ago)
I noticed that the A-300, didn't completely burn a single home in the crash site. It also made a much bigger hole in the ground than the Shanksville Fake Crash on 911. So here we are, January 2019, and a Grand Jury has been seated to confer charges of MURDER against the real contributors to the 911 False Flag event, "our own creepy Government". When Donald Trump gets the opportunity, (and he will...), this country will be once again be about the People. Those involved in the 911 False Flag event, will be put to death, I do not doubt at all. Google " New York Grand Jury for 911 murders. Thousands of engineers, Scientists, and a shit load of Lawyers wouldn't lie about this crime. "Many countries" want answers... about American EVIL in DC. WE SUCK.
BSA 650 (26 days ago)
Sorry to disappoint you, but the truth about the 9/11 Inside Job will never be revealed. There are billions of dollars at stake, and as such who cares about the stupid masses ? In a Fascist Gangster Society people are merely 'Worker Bees' and Consumers that keep the 1/2 of 1% Power Lite in control of 90% of the wealth in this country. It has been the same since 1776 when Millionaire Founding Fathers decided to steal the real estate from Mother England and murder the Native American Indians. It's a harsh reality to accept, but you have no choice !
Gaylene Morley (1 month ago)
Its to bad that happen sounds like human mistake
STHFGDBY (1 month ago)
Why was the first officer allowed to be in control of the flight, that's the Captains role, and why was the Captain that incompetent in taking off too soon when his training trained him not to. It's incredible that this kind of accident happened before and yet it still happens.
XalphYT (1 month ago)
The more videos you make, the less I like Airbus.
Tyler (1 month ago)
Why the fuck have I never heard of this before now????
Mark Todd (1 month ago)
Wait . Just wait until the wake turbulence is over. Schedule and greed killed these passengers. The pilots felt rushed to get airborne .
Rossel Cortez (1 month ago)
Qantas 32 pls
Proximax9 (1 month ago)
What I dont understand is how missing rudder can prevent aircraft from pulling up...
bianchi1885 (1 month ago)
First Officer over-reacted, to be sure ... but fucking Airbus ... never should have snapped off.
lordmick roach (1 month ago)
The FO was at fault, this is a blatant example of ignoring the flight manual. VnO is there for a reason, it denotes when full deflection of the controls and at what speeds they are not safe and will cause structural failiure, from a C150 to Concorde. To try and counter wake turbulence by rudder deflections is not what a pilot is taught. He bloody well killed all of those people by his mis handling and the Captain should have taken over. It makes me angry to see this. A deviation of 2 degrees would have taken them out of that easily. When are Airline pilots going to be taught the skills of piloting??? I do like your vidoes though!
蔡卓軒 (1 month ago)
it is so realistic!
izac - (1 month ago)
9:00 what is the title of the background music?
sirvando vargas (1 month ago)
No brians , No common sense. Stupid is about stupid.
nedar giordano (1 month ago)
Right after 9/11, conspiracy?
USA THE GREAT (1 month ago)
🙄
Liren Alaria (1 month ago)
I have seen this on TV Aircrash accidents it is called I think. I was so angry at that First officer. But it was not entirely his fault.
Despiser Despised (1 month ago)
JFC are you kidding me. All the fukn moron had to do was leave the motherfucking controls alone for a minute...
GHOST MINE (1 month ago)
Casualties?
HyperCipher (1 month ago)
Fatalities 260 Survivors 0
Jason Wolffe (1 month ago)
Airbus sucks
James (1 month ago)
Everybody blamed everybody else and the wake turbulence was a complete red herring from the start. It's mostly Airbus' fault, though, for making equipment that breaks clean off with normal use, no way to get around that.
rickyGman11 (1 month ago)
+James No please, I'm on the highway and shift 5th to 2nd, throw a con rod, lose control in the sudden moment, crash and die, who's fault is it? I'm still waiting
James (1 month ago)
+rickyGman11 I completely understand blaming the victim. Absolutely.
rickyGman11 (1 month ago)
+James Dude no. I'm sorry but no. You're wrong, and you don't understand what you're talking about when it comes to aircraft. The only thing that airbus could have done, and did, is make it so that it isn't so easy to hit full rudder deflection, other than that this is completely the co pilots, and american airlines trainings fault. Since you used the car example, I'll give you one. Downshift from 5th to 1st or 5th to 2nd and tell me what happens to your engine. And then tell me who's fault it is when you throw a con rod. And you still haven't answered why no regulating body grounded all the A300 when airbus didn't change anything in the vertical stabilizer or the 6 connecting mounts.
James (1 month ago)
+rickyGman11 The NTSB had to blame it on someone. Airbus easily could have included software or a mechanism or stiffened the mechanism to keep the tail from falling off when you simply manipulate controls. It didn't. It's like the back of a car falling off when you slam on the brakes to avoid a collision. The pilot died when he tried to keep the airplane flying. The blame lies with Airbus. Defective equipment due to poor design. You don't train around defective equipment, you fix or redesign it.
rickyGman11 (1 month ago)
+James Except the NTSB came out and said they're training is wrong. And don't give me that bullshit that he did everything under protocol, cause if so I don't see the reason for other pilots commenting on his aggressiveness of using the rudders in the past. I don't understand your insistence that the part should have handled something it was never and will never be designed for. No one applies alternating full rudder 5 times, not now, not then, not ever. And if he was trained to do that, then yes he was trained wrong. I'm really not seeing the confusion. I also find it funny how if you do insist on saying that this is " normal use" then I got news for you. After this incident airbus didn't change a single thing in the vertical stabilizer or the six connector pieces, and guess what neither the NTSB nor the FAA or any other regulating board said or did anything. Wanna know why? Cause that piece failed when it was supposed to, when it was subject to stresses and forces that can only be present when the rudder is misused. Don't give me normal use bullshit. If doing what he did is "normal use" this crash wouldn't have been the first or last
Dr Teeth (1 month ago)
Jet would have just flown through the wake if he’d let go of the controls . It’s not a stunt plane he was flying .
dtz1000 (1 month ago)
Sollog said it was either a gunshot or RPG that downed this plane. You can see in the simulation how close this plane flew to the ground so anyone could have taken a pop at it and hit the fuel tank causing it to explode. Some witnesses said they saw the plane explode. If it happened this way then the government would want to cover it up as knowledge of how vulnerable a plane is to gunshots would destroy the aviation industry.
Aaishah Hassain (1 month ago)
I'm afraid of flying ,
I live in this neighborhood. It was scary when this happened. I was still asleep before the plane crashed and then I felt the ground shake as it woke me up and I immediately knew something was horribly wrong and as I take a peak through my blinds in my room to look out the window, I saw humongous amounts of smoke 5 blocks away from my street from where I live. Thank God it wasn’t a terrorist attack again. My heart goes out to the families that lost their loved ones like this and to the pilots and flight crew. The pilot should’ve waited a little longer before takeoff to avoid turbulence and this all could’ve been prevented. Just horribly devastating
Mark Bonham (1 month ago)
The tragic thing going on here, as usual, is the blame game being fully employed at a time where disclosure and learning needs to be the master! When the lives of humans are at stake let the truth be heard!
fofy 900 (1 month ago)
Love the satisfying noise of engines takingoff maybe weird
Beagle76 (1 month ago)
Hit wake turbulence flying downwind for 09lL at Heathrow about 4 years ago.The plane a 737-600 rotating in yaw, roll and pitch . Lots of screams lasted 10 seconds I guess, could have been a bit longer.My wife screamed. I knew what it was but still woke me up in a big way.
goodchessactor (1 month ago)
Hindsight is of course 20/20. I doubt that any pilot would think that applying left and right rudder pressure in a wake turbulence situation would cause the vertical stabilizer or tail to fall off. You use the rudder to control the plane and give no thought to the tail falling off. That just doesn't happen.
jmeove (1 month ago)
That photo was Lockerbie.
sk8rdad (1 month ago)
pilot error again. Was nice to see this video since I was on my computer at the time of the cash and I bought 1000 shares of AA stock after the crash was announced and before the trading in the stock was halted. I bought in at 3 dollars. Sold 6 months later for 39 dollars for a tidy profit. I know it's crass but like Warren Buffet used to say, the time to invest is when there's blood on the streets...
B. Randal (1 month ago)
It's rare that there seem to be sketchy factors rolling around conclusions concerning a crash (EgyptAir Flight 990) but, I'd have to say there are intangible factors here that just don't feel right.
Dutch Skeptic (1 month ago)
4:25 is that one of the Twin Towers there on the left? That wouldn't be historically accurate, 9/11 happened 2 months earlier. Btw I presume this is the cause of the additional security measures that delayed the flight?
Infinity Sim (1 month ago)
PRAISE THE FLIGHT CHANNEL PEOPLE
Ikaika Maleko (1 month ago)
Awful, I cant imagine what those passengers were thinking and feeling as they saw the ground closing in; im sure they could hear and feel what was coming, damn, had to be scary AF.
god (1 month ago)
this is so unprofessional as a pilot. his correction to turbulence made no sense. terrible flight teaching by whoever thought him how to correct the plane from turbulence
mac mac (1 month ago)
i find your videos so intriguing, entertaining and captivating..BUT ..with your circus act political commercials ,,sorry but i unsubscribed ...sorry if this is no fault of yours ...but the threat these clowns think they or can offer is simply stupidity... ...smdh...sad ,,,very sad
YouFOREX FX (1 month ago)
What the heck a photo of the Boeing 747 disaster in Lockerbie doing in this video?
Creative Frankie (1 month ago)
At 6:01 it says AA357 to turn left , it should be AA587.
SkylineToTheSeaAndMe (1 month ago)
Another Scarebus problem results in a crash. I'm not even saying the co-pilot wasn't at fault. But the pilots should never be able to "overpower the flight controls" in normal controlled flight such that it results in fatal mechanical breakup in flight. I've never heard of this happening on a Boeing.
Sweetsunnyday31 (1 month ago)
My Brother in law's Mom was on that flight... It was 2 months after 9/11.. It left us all shocked! I'm glad better training is given when using Rutters. This video was well made. My heart, thoughts and prayers go out to those who lost there loved ones on this flight!
Kawwii girl Wonderland (1 month ago)
I am just so sorry with these planes that crash
Sabrina Twigg (1 month ago)
Military pilots are the best. This FO should not have been flying
Sabrina Twigg (1 month ago)
Why was the FO in controll
Kryz Yvon (1 month ago)
I always want to know what the pilots would say when they are descending and about to crash.
kimberly becker (1 month ago)
This is the reason I will never fly. It’s too scary.
kimberly becker (1 month ago)
This is the reason I will never fly. It’s too scary.
Jeff Karas (1 month ago)
Considering the enormous natural stress put on a plane during flight, you wouldn't think aggressive piloting could cause such a failure.
max bootstrap (1 month ago)
If full-left and/or full-right rudder snaps off the tail of an airplane, that airplane is wrongly designed... or damaged.
Ragetiger1 (1 month ago)
@max bootstrap https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z8iieqAG-_A Also 30:00 - 34:00 focus on the plane design itself and the vertical stabilizer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DwgGXGTtObc it's a good watch from start to finish.
max bootstrap (1 month ago)
+Ragetiger1 : Which just proves that was a badly designed [part of the] airplane.
Ragetiger1 (1 month ago)
He was basically rapidly "pumping" the rudders left and right several times in a short amount of time. That fin was held in place by 6 bolts, the stress was so great, that is snapped all 6 almost at the same time.
Simon Potter (1 month ago)
The third photo at around 9:30 is Lockerbie I think.
Lulu (1 month ago)
Why im scared of being on a plane
DS Analysis (2 months ago)
All it takes is a little bit of wind for 200+ people to die a horrible death. Airlines are coffins with wings.
Pancake 52 (1 month ago)
DS Analysis , flying coffins.
Nir Bahir (2 months ago)
It seams that Airbus has done a severe design error: They have enabled rudder amplitude that the vertical stabilizer cannot withstand.
Bhavna Sood (2 months ago)
You have made a mistake at 12:43
K Cism (2 months ago)
My opinion as a lover of flight, believe the aircraft should have been designed to handle 200,000lbs of pressure on the rudder. R.I.P
Cute soft toy alt 2 (2 months ago)
9:10 uhh the The picture is lockerbie
Cares Almonte (2 months ago)
I live in NYC and this was the saddest plane crash ever. everyone knew someone from that plane.
RK 2357 (2 months ago)
Usually, I hate long videos. I get impatient. But here I can watch one with ease
ahgflyguy (2 months ago)
How about not designing a control surface to apply 200k pounds of force when its structure is only good for 100kk pounds?
Anthony Vermillion (2 months ago)
is this 911?
Pink Butterfly (2 months ago)
Great video but a very sad story 😢

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