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  1. João Gomes

    What about OLED? Bar the side windows, maybe this won’t be as big of an issue in the future?

  2. Rus Healy

    Excellent video--nice job and thanks for all the detail and great examples.

  3. Ernst Schütz

    Joe - at time 2:08 you say that the ATC gives you a "four decimal code". This is NOT correct. You reveive with the ATC clearence a FOUR-DIGIT OCTAL CODE. The four-digit number you enter into your ATC transponder control panel is NOT a decimal number - it is an OCTAL number, each of the four digits can only have the value between zero and seven. There is never a 8 or a 9 in that code. Octal means that each digit is seting three binary bits of the 12-bit assigned transponder code.

  4. Xanderoot

    you contradict yourself in the later explaination by saying that the ground has no affect on the airspeed. it doesnt matter if the wheels are spinning in some physics defying manner, the engines will still push the aircraft forward. the only reason the wheels are there is to keep the fuselage from hitting the ground and aiding in braking. this has just frustrated me because even taking into account friction of the wheels its not going to be enough to overcome the thrust of several COMMERCIAL GRADE ENGINES.

  5. Charlie Mtb12

    am i the only one who noticed the length of the video is 9:11

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  7. Milla The Traveler

    Captain Joe would you be comfortable in flying the new Max

  8. BCparrothead

    Why is "Captain" in quotation marks?

  9. YSC

    I say the plane takes-off. Momentarily. Not for the reason one could expect. Not in one piece. Obviously: either the plane can gain some velocity and take-off, either it stays stationary due to that conveyor belt. For that plane to stay stationary, the belt would need to transfer a force to the plane equal in magnitude and opposed in direction to the thrust. The wheel being free, that force can only be a _friction_ force. Ohhhhh boy! That friction would appear between the wheel and their support, probably some high grade ball bearings. If anyone can find some actual data wrt the required belt speed to produce such friction force, please tell me. Needless to say that speed is HUGE! We'll then find a meteorologist to model how a moving surface with that HUGE speed would impact the air mass and if it can eject that plane into the air! 100 bucks it does. Violently.

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  12. ClayZ

    What a waste of time. Conveyor has nothing to do with it. The plane still gets to airspeed via the jet engines which are not effected by the conveyor.

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  14. dmorga1

    Very illuminating!

  15. kunkun27 Carranza

    You need lift to get in the air not just thrust

  16. Jack Liu

    A question, what about ear piercing people, can they get a job on the airplane?

  17. FNAF 2231

    I live in Newfoundland, so when I get on a plane, its usually a Q-400-8 or a 737-800

  18. Yousuf0507789886

    Excellent information excellent Vlogs

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  20. Cameron Eridan

    Don't worry, a lorry would never be seen on one of those roads. They have stone walls on both sides and twist and turn through the countryside, even a van has trouble driving along those without constantly scraping against the walls. Those roads are basically for passenger cars only.

  21. Yousuf0507789886

    Excellent information excellent Vlogs and great work

  22. Jose Antunes

    Very cool presentation. Just subscribed.

  23. Timber Wolf

    Awesome video!

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  25. Delta Hotel- Aviation

    So viel Werbung nervt- content good, way too much commercials. I quit watching, sorry

  26. mia

    Your videos are really very interesting!

  27. Charles Oakes

    Very good video Cap. Joe! Appreciate the time and effort that go into these reports. One thing I’d like to point out, is that as far as we can tell, it was a contained failure. The kevlar shroud did not fail, simply the nacelle, which is a part of the airframe, came off. Agent JayZ, a turbine expert, had a good explanation on this event. I am unaware if the NTSB has listed this as an uncontained failure, I don’t believe they have 😉

  28. vinnyvintage

    Hi Captain Joe, separate story, can you do an explanation on why certain Airbus airplanes nose wheel gets stuck 90 degrees out of alignment with runway? obviously a design issue you don’t see with Boeing?

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  30. Ruwanthi Fernando

    Is Boeing 737 a he/she ?


    The thing I take away from this is never panic, you're not dead yet. ATC, Pilots, Captain Joe is the very definition of professionalism at it's finest.

  32. Victor Barcellos

    "Can a passager land a plane ---- No" Me a Flight Simulator expert:

  33. Chad Portenga

    Thanks for the great explanation! Kudos to the flight deck crew and the flight attendants for keeping their cool!

  34. Pilot_ Hussein

    Great video and valuable information , Thanks C.Joe

  35. Jim Mork

    If they don't have a paper checklist, this requires a massive memory.

  36. Djlolepope Digital

    I never even realised that on the landing gear bruh.

  37. ツ2คкεuคu2

    I'd pick Concorde over Mona Lisa any day

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  39. tim hall

    I have a question for you Captain Joe. So three bars makes you a Captain ?

  40. Tk. Aviation

    Great video thanks for sharing. CE750 requires manual deployment of the ground speed brakes.

  41. Mark Roth

    Uh, "Captain", why only three stripes? Don't Captains wear 4 on their epaulets in your country?

  42. GT5_R

    I do really think that there's a difference between a damaged landing and a Hard/Harsh landing.

  43. daggu_007

    Wait if the AN-225 is the king why the hell is the 747 is the queen shouldn't it be the A380??

  44. Titmando

    Can a PASSENGER land a PLANE? - Answer: No, the plane lands the plane... with a little bit of data inputting from its human co-pilot.

  45. elblorenz32

    This belts just breaks math as the plane starts moving, as it accelerates to the wheel speed, the wheel joints are still moving forward, adding more speed to the already given belt speed, therefore the belt accelerates always: Belt speed = Wheel speed Wheel speed = old Wheel speed + Plane speed As physics does, put it in an infinity Loop and enjoy your teleport out of the universe (or at least the trip at light speed) Short Answer: Just reverse a little bit, so the airplane starts moving and due to friction, you will be accellerating pretty quickly...

  46. Steve D

    Congrats at getting 70,000 likes. Nice to see exactly what you said at the beginning of the video, on screen right now (one day short of 8 months later).

  47. Electric Heart

    Western global is usually at RSW. They seem to mainly have DC-10 s and at least one 747. The only company that uses 747s there. Only other 747 that I know of that comes there is the one that the president uses.

  48. Mcmanawt

    No.. there's no wind moving over the wings

  49. Vinay Dholakia

    no because no air going over wing

  50. emilio jose plentz

    Obvious NOT ! No air speed.

  51. Kittana

    save this lights, or even lost cost like this....

  52. Anil Jacob

    There's not enough wind flowing over the wings for lift. Therefore, the answer is no plane can take off from a conveyor belt evening if the wheels are spinning that fast

  53. Tim Ketcham

    Of course it will take off as the centrifugal force on the wheels is what makes a plane fly

  54. Veer SONNEY [10R15]

    at the conveyer belt: baggage, baggage, baggage, Boeing 747

  55. Bobby Skinner

    Left wing conspiracy? - lol

  56. Pullisto

    Wow Captain Joe, you mention both Princess Diana and Concorde with their beauty, and of course that's so true. But I have to see you are definitely nice on the eyes too. :-)

  57. Jemand

    I wish they never invented this. How many people are actually using this and how much fuel is wasted because of the big hump? It's terrible. Why can't people just be offline for 3 hours. And watch the good IFE on long flights....

  58. w5cdt

    Every landing is different. :-)

  59. Renard380

    I work in a different sector but it also involves transporting people at high speeds. People who don't listen. Recently one of the passenger doors failed to lock and started opening a few centimeters at high speed. I was just a passenger on my way to work at that moment and i happened to be at the right place so i politely asked the man casually standing next to the door to move away from it "as it is about to become very dangerous". Believe it or not, the guy first asked me if "i worked there" before he accepted to move. Wtf you dummy you are about to be sucked out of the vehicle and die, you're supposed to move away from danger on your own! That's what happens when people "have rights you know!" but no brain. People need to learn to listen to the professionals in charge of their safety. We don't enjoy being bossy, we just don't want to see you die and potentially cause others to die too.

  60. John Richards

    Get a Motor for the belt to exelerate to above v2 speed. The aircraft rolls onto the belt and Sets the parking break. The aircraft will be Propelled foward without wheel motion. Kind of like throwing a paper plane

  61. Mike

    Very informative. Bit wheres ya hi-vis capt Joe ??

  62. Gary Morrison

    The Mythbusters did a great show on this. They did a really good job of presenting the contention of the myth that I started to get confused! I don’t think I’ve ever heard this thought experiment presented as the conveyor belt matching the wheel speed in the opposite direction, no matter how high. (And yes, I did catch that prior to where you said to pause the video.) I can only recall it presented as the conveyor belt moving at *take-off ground speed* in the opposite direction. (Well, that, plus the friction of its wheel bearings being negligible.) In that case, yes, it takes off, but just with the wheels spinning twice as fast. However if you say that the conveyor belt always magically matches the wheel speed no matter how high, then that just devolves into a philosophically pointless “can God create a rock so big He can’t lift it” argument.

  63. Mike Cochrane

    Whether it's a car with ABS, an aircraft with anti-skid or a train with WSP, the mechanism and, indeed, physics are the same.

  64. C W

    I don't see any difference between people who have or haven't been inked. Both pilots smile and seem very nice.

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  66. Shahariar fardin

    How cruel the earth is !!!!! Those oxygen sylinder sellers don't put those mask systems so that they can make more money out

  67. Tony Perdomo

    Amazing video 👏 thank you so much for those inspiring words. I'm forty and I am starting my dream to become a pilot. I couldn't achieved because I did not have the economical resources to do it. But now I will use my savings from my whole life to start the journey of my dream. Thank you Captain for those strong words.

  68. MKAXIII 77

    Can a stationary plane on a fast moving conveyor(>Vr) belt take off?

  69. Ronald Morrison

    Appreciate your explanation.

  70. Richard Cowhig

    What is old is new!!

  71. Jay_are21

    You're the coolest Pilot I know! I hope to meet you one day

  72. Rita Mondal

    Plot twist: This video is in English.

  73. AYANDA Ngoma

    No that's impossible

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  75. C Y

    Pilot was hit by a laser?! Pew pew pew

  76. Mugundhan N

    Superb information captain

  77. Gissie

    You could fly fighter jet next. South african guy bought himself fighter jet.

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  80. Onkar Singh Wadhwan

    Captain Joe in my opinion main factors is the airspeed at wings, Angle of attack, wing surface area which influence the creation of the lift to overcome the weight of the aeroplane to get it airborne. Since it is only a hypothetical question and practically not at all feasible we can compare a conveyer (with holders for gripping the tyres of the aeroplane ) to a catapult. Since our conveyer belt is imaginary assume it to be about 3 Km long. Now when the conveyor picks up the speed above V1, plane elevators are actuated and at the same time tyres of the plane are released it should get lifted up . Of course, to continue & maintain the flight engines are assumed to be running.