Keith Steward
Keith Steward

I play alot of flight sims and learn more from these vids than the instructions.

Vor 25 Sekunden
Briteclan official
Briteclan official

planes make clouds that are the white lines in the air

Vor 6 Minuten
Pony DG
Pony DG

Now you need to put side mirrors 😄

Vor 9 Minuten
Anime Clips
Anime Clips

fix things which are not broken. nice

Vor 12 Minuten
nk_9211
nk_9211

Kudosssss to every person involved in this saving of the aircraft! Prime example of how PROPER training and preparation pays off!!

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007 rmspf
007 rmspf

I found this great video about Captain Joe on planeTALK - de-film.com/v-video-z1MW6k1jW7c.html

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Carmen Grace
Carmen Grace

I always wondered about how much fuel burn it takes to taxi in Tampa. It’s almost like their going to just drive to the destinations. Not to mention having to wait for a gate with engines still burning.

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Metra EMD F40PH
Metra EMD F40PH

Now I know why there’s no pushback truck in PTFS! (Roblox: Pilot training flight simulator)

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Java Programming
Java Programming

Now we do pullback

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Enno Riemersma
Enno Riemersma

Beautiful system, but shoudn't it be combined with hydrogen driven apu's? That way you get emission free and quick turnarounds.

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Planes and Games
Planes and Games

well then why does the 777 "untilts" the gear when retracting? (5:56)

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V1ldsvinFX
V1ldsvinFX

lol "short little video" 11 minutes. nice joe:|

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KM Media Factory
KM Media Factory

Captin Joe starting to sound like Wendover Productions now.

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snowdenroad
snowdenroad

You can get yourself a piece of the parent company, I have a few shares. BOREF

Vor 2 Stunden
Cerberus Tenshi
Cerberus Tenshi

What I wonder though, as the push back is usually used to power of engine 2, when will the engines get to run up when using wheel tug? After all, there are check lists to complete while the engines are running, right? You can't do that while taxiing, so you need to be at a certain position anyway to do it. That would possoble clog up taxi ways for longer, as both engines would have to start up at that spot. If they did it after turning 180° near the terminal, they would blow away equipment, personell and damage the gate area. Or am I mistaken here?

Vor 2 Stunden
John Stuart
John Stuart

APU powers the engine start, or if that isn't working, a huffer cart is used. if you can taxi forwards on electric power, you can turn on your engines as soon as you get to a nice clear taxiway. there is no need to get the engines running immediately.

Vor 36 Minuten
Richard George
Richard George

Ok, interesting. Here are some concerns: - No orientation where the wings are positioning; that's why manpower is needed so you don't tip the wing with another a/c; - In order to follow the yellow line, they have to see in the back - that won't be a problem; backup camera; - Engine start: maybe there are some hazards behind that the pilots do not know of; - When you start the engine, the big powerful diesel truck also puts resitance into the jetblast. Does this system cope with the jetblast? You can't start engines after the pushback procedure because time is lost and as you said, time is money, especially on P&W of the Airbus 320neo family/CFM LEAP engines that do require up to 5-8 minutes for start; - Motor in the front means aircraft can be nose-heavy and affect the balance of the aircraft when it comes to load control.

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abdou bourich
abdou bourich

لا تنسونا بدعمكم لنا في قناتنا de-film.com/v-video-dt-Fl38QtbI.html

Vor 2 Stunden
Jag Singh
Jag Singh

0:18 the plane was overloaded. That's why he took off very late

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Frostpz
Frostpz

That’s fire they should add that

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Bakr Masaeed
Bakr Masaeed

I will put a request for Laminar X-plane and MSFS and P3D to implement that feature in their sim.

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Sacto1654
Sacto1654

This will be particularly good for the 737, A220, A320, and Embraer E-Jets planes, where pushback times and not having to run the engines will really save fuel. Mind you, APU's will have to be designed to run a lot more than in the past, though.

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dillcifer
dillcifer

Most RA events are not ATC errors, but are redundant measures for added safety. Example, opposite direction with the lower a/c climbing to 1000ft below the other level a/c will often trigger. Merging target phraseology is still expected. Ive even had this scenario happen a couple times when the two were separated laterally by 1.5 - 2 miles! I was once written up for not calling merging targets when the targets didn’t merge yet the RA still triggered! …that was an easy appeal to win though haha. But yeah, if you get an RA, please ignore us til it’s resolved. 👍🏼

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Click'n Cook
Click'n Cook

Will these motors survive the impact after tyres hit the ground post landing?

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John Stuart
John Stuart

the main gear take most of the force. if you do a nose first landing, the landing gear can pop through the floor into the cabin

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BoeingDownRoad 1
BoeingDownRoad 1

Im preety sure a 5cm thing cant move a fully loaded 737

Vor 4 Stunden
Diego Martinez
Diego Martinez

Reverse thrust daa

Vor 4 Stunden
Ivan Buljan Van Boelken
Ivan Buljan Van Boelken

That is very nice spitfire

Vor 4 Stunden
hynkelstein
hynkelstein

That gliders must never go into clouds is quite simply untrue. Flying into clouds used to be very commonplace, and it still is today in some places. Of course you need the artificial horizon or at least a turn indicator

Vor 4 Stunden
Debbie Jones
Debbie Jones

Traffic on the ramp barely stops for a pushback tug with wing walkers. They would never pay attention to just the beacon light! I think the time savings effect is reduced by the potential for injuries or AC damage.

Vor 5 Stunden
Wayne Hessil
Wayne Hessil

Traction could be a problem in snow and ice. Don’t sell the tugs yet.

Vor 5 Stunden
red panda
red panda

Shut up airbus 737 MAXbest then your airship

Vor 5 Stunden
Geneva Paulk
Geneva Paulk

NEO: new engine option!

Vor 5 Stunden
Abhishek Vishwakarma
Abhishek Vishwakarma

In early 2014 there was a pilot project which was known as "Electric Green Taxiing System" was developed and demonstrated the same solution, by a joint effort from SAFRAN and HONEYWELL. THat time I was working in SAFRAN and knew this project will see some real daylight on many aircraft but seems nothing much happened after the demo runs. That has both Main Landing gears equipped with high power Electric Motors. But this Wheeltug is amazing since it is a simplified system as a whole and very effective.

Vor 5 Stunden
Anıl Ağırdır
Anıl Ağırdır

I always wonder what is the reason of increased stall speed and decreased overspeed when aircraft incrases it's altitude. Aerodynamics video would be great

Vor 5 Stunden
Nabeel Iqbal
Nabeel Iqbal

Ryanair pilots: "we don't care, we don't flare!"

Vor 6 Stunden
Michael R Murphy
Michael R Murphy

I like this guy! One of the most wonderful aircraft ever made is right there up top. The Supermarine Spitfire! Best plane ever!

Vor 6 Stunden
Crazy Clown
Crazy Clown

You'll still need a pin puller

Vor 6 Stunden
Nikhil Yadgir
Nikhil Yadgir

during hiring ...interviwer asks where have u done ur cpl from - FROM CAPTAINJOE YT CHANNEL

Vor 6 Stunden
Asif Khan
Asif Khan

Sir.. wat abt Pushback Truck Drivrs’ Job??

Vor 6 Stunden
THE PRO 786
THE PRO 786

While doing touch and go to your website I crashed

Vor 6 Stunden
TheUtuber999
TheUtuber999

Sounds great... as long as the airlines pass along a portion of the savings toward financial support to those thrown out of work.

Vor 6 Stunden
Alfred K
Alfred K

Would pilots be replaced by A.I in my lifetime? Should i continue to pursue my pilot dream?

Vor 7 Stunden
Daniel Aristizabal
Daniel Aristizabal

Finally ! I always wondered why the most advanced engineering in the world hadnt thought a solution for this phase of the flight ...I was thinking on electric tugs that could take the plane up to a point before the runway where the engines could be started = way more fuel savings. What do you think ?

Vor 7 Stunden
MottyGlix
MottyGlix

You're talking about Taxibot, but that's not all-electric.

Vor 7 Stunden
Frank Rizzo
Frank Rizzo

There are some questions that need to be answered before this can be implemented: 1)How will ground crew communicate with pilot when backing so as not to hit another plane? 2)How will pilot communicate with wing walkers? 3)There is not enough power to push through snow and ice 4)Will the pilot take responsibility when they roll over a chalk? 5)When does the pilot take full control and responsibility before the plane crosses the non-movement line? 6)Who takes the delay penalty when pilot sits on the ground but the plane has been released?

Vor 7 Stunden
Frank Rizzo
Frank Rizzo

@John Stuart We may think that but it is up to the hub when they are ready to release the plane. "Brakes Released" indicates departure time, weather on schedule or late. If the pilot takes the plane then he is solely responsible for all ground vehicle traffic, etc. In my opinion ground crew will still be needed but more as safety observers. If the pilot ignores or "Doesn't see" an hold signal and continues he will blame the ground crew. Many times I have seen captains urge ground crews to skip safety procedures so they do not get dinged with a delay.

Vor 3 Stunden
John Stuart
John Stuart

I think the pilot gets full control and responsibility for all movement portions of a flight in this scenario.

Vor 6 Stunden
Eren erero
Eren erero

Imagine they said Ryanair is the worse xD

Vor 7 Stunden
Nils
Nils

I once was on a plane from Palma de Mallorca to Paderborn. In Paderborn it was such bad weather that you couldnt barely see the runway. Additionally to the rain it was really windy. Coming closer to the runway one could feel that the plane was shaking because of the wind. However the pilots did a great job managing to control the plane and align it perfectly with the runway. At estimated 10 meters above the ground (could‘ve been more or less idk I‘m Not a professional but it felt like a lot) the plane lost all of its uplift and we slammed on the ground really really hard. Some passangers have hit their head and there was nobody talking after that for half a minute. You could see the shock in the peoples faces.

Vor 7 Stunden
vipahman
vipahman

I could use this on my bumper to bumper drive in Manhattan. It would save my engine from the constant start stop cycle.

Vor 7 Stunden
MottyGlix
MottyGlix

@vipahman, For you, the product already exists; it's the Toyota Prius, and its competitors.

Vor 7 Stunden
Bovine Knievel
Bovine Knievel

The amount of destruction to wing tips and horizontal tips will be far too expensive.

Vor 7 Stunden
vipahman
vipahman

I could use this on my pickup truck. It's huge and often requires a spotter. LOL

Vor 7 Stunden
Willykurtz
Willykurtz

Faster pushback-simpler process, more flights-less ground time-save up to 7 minutes/flight, no jet blast-safer ramp, no tug-no tug accidents, more money for air companies, more unemployed airport tug drivers.

Vor 7 Stunden
Carsten Koch
Carsten Koch

Motors in wheels aren't that new of an idea. If I remember correctly there was a program that build motors into the landing gear to spin them up before touchdown in order to reduce wear on the tires. This project was ultimately scrapped as the additional maintenance costs and weight and thereby fuel consumption and reduced payload outweighed the benefits. So I'm going to be sceptical of this project.

Vor 8 Stunden
Carsten Koch
Carsten Koch

@John Stuart By far the most abrasions and damages happen during touchdown. An A320 tire lasts only for around 3 months on average. Even a 50% increase means quite a bit of saving over time. Not to mention the ability to shrink the part pool. There's a reason this was considered in the first place. And an other thing is, most big airports operate nearly at capacity so saving 5 min. at the gate only to wait on the taxiway isn't that big of a time saving either and the airports that don't operate at capacity normally have enough free staff for a pushback. In theory, it sounds good, yeah. But I'm not convinced it will hold up under real conditions. Going to keep an eye on it either way.

Vor 6 Stunden
John Stuart
John Stuart

spinning up wheels doesn't give much benefit besides a tiny bit of reduced wear. time savings by spending less time at the gate could make this much more valuable.

Vor 6 Stunden
tradjazzer
tradjazzer

that is very interesting, hope most airlines take up that option for pushback

Vor 8 Stunden
RC Birds
RC Birds

Optinonal cam-system? Why isn't it standard for this system? I'm often wandering, why the airplane manufacture are scared of putting enough outside cameras in the fuselage so the pilot can monitor the wings, engines, cargo bays and everything else that might cause a beep on the dash board. The weight in summary even with the wires shouldn't be such high that it might effect something else. And todays cameras are cheap and very durable. Ask the creators who work with action cams here. One monitor will do the job, if the software alows split-screens. If it's not used, there's probably some space in the cockpit to flip it away.

Vor 8 Stunden
acftmxman
acftmxman

Well the idea looks nice on paper and on screen. But in real life ramp operations, it has some major hurdles to over come. First, I haven’t been to an airport in the USA that had enough ramp space to safely operate without outside ramp help. I would like to see a three gate simultaneous pushback where the space between the wingtips is less than 5 feet like most airports I’ve worked. I could see a lot of wing tips and winglets getting chewed up. Secondly, the inspections on the rims would have to be more intense because the titanium would be more prone to internal stress fractures than the current magnesium rims. I know the airlines would love it to reduce headcount. But for safety’s sake, after a few crunches, that would be out.

Vor 8 Stunden
acftmxman
acftmxman

@John Stuart well brother, at the airports I worked, we did it two to three times a day. The tails would end up pointing where the flow would not bother the next jet until all three were ready to taxi.

Vor 6 Stunden
Upright Television
Upright Television

Wunderbar

Vor 8 Stunden
Felix Goullon
Felix Goullon

Great video as always. Would be very nice to see many planes/ airlines unsing this in the near future!

Vor 8 Stunden
ahsan bukhari
ahsan bukhari

on vacation on 911 strange

Vor 8 Stunden
HairSiluet
HairSiluet

I like it… great video Captain Joe! But I hope very soon: flights without pilots/crew members too. 🤔

Vor 8 Stunden
boefjurrie gaming
boefjurrie gaming

i love both planes very much :)

Vor 8 Stunden
Earl Turner
Earl Turner

I see 80 thumbs down from aircraft tug operators

Vor 8 Stunden
Elbchenuno
Elbchenuno

*piep*piep*piep*

Vor 8 Stunden
bacon king
bacon king

Boeing 747 and airbus a380:ill have 5 of those pls since I'm big

Vor 9 Stunden
Francesco Galli
Francesco Galli

it's like a columbus' egg. Something so inherently easy and trivial that you get surprised noone has thought about it before.

Vor 9 Stunden
Ed CeNa
Ed CeNa

This is the Future. RIP Tug Drivers and Constructors.

Vor 9 Stunden
Petra44YT Nein!
Petra44YT Nein!

Lol I like the idea of pushing back by hand. I'm sure the passengers would be happy to help ;-)

Vor 9 Stunden
gunsaway1
gunsaway1

That kind of turn is hard on the right gear

Vor 9 Stunden
shripurn joshi
shripurn joshi

747 is the best

Vor 9 Stunden
Volker Wegert
Volker Wegert

5:55 Well, technically, pogo sticks could classify as air travel - just very short-haul...

Vor 9 Stunden
John Athanasiou
John Athanasiou

Isn't it purely coincidental that this system gets invented and Kennedy Steve retires a few years earlier. What are the odds!

Vor 9 Stunden
John Athanasiou
John Athanasiou

My biggest 2 worries with this system was a) Reversing camera views which the ground crew usually manage & b) The system accidentally engaging on the takeoff & landing rolls. It seems they have thought of both. BRAVO!. Last time I saw such an innovation was when they moved away from the INS navigation systems on early 747s. I believe they are on a winner here. Well done!

Vor 9 Stunden
Chagi
Chagi

I remember a few years ago when he was still flying for a Airberlin. I recognized his voice while being a passenger on his plane. I never was so hyped to be flying on a plane haha. I think it was a flight to Venice

Vor 10 Stunden
craig gilchrist
craig gilchrist

Ive been saying this for years. Electric wheels no brainer.

Vor 10 Stunden
Harold Nkgudi
Harold Nkgudi

No, no- This Wheeltug is great but people will lose jobs. Even reskilling won't save all jobs. Stop it, COVID has done enough damage.

Vor 10 Stunden
Stephane Phaneuf
Stephane Phaneuf

What can go wrong? I'm speechless. I thought it wasn't done because of obvious security matter. (The pilot can't see and the tower have something else to do.)

Vor 10 Stunden
John Stuart
John Stuart

Airplanes are heavy, and it is hard to fit such a powerful motor into the wheel. They talk about a vision system which probably is some sort of lidar or camera system

Vor 10 Stunden
him self
him self

damn there goes to unemployment for the pushback drivers....

Vor 10 Stunden
bob bobber
bob bobber

I learned something new today, I was wondering why my fish finder would randomly go black unless I was looking straight at it,

Vor 10 Stunden
Ranjith _vp
Ranjith _vp

If the nose wheel have twisting movement while the rear wheels does not so will that not create more stress to rear wheels?

Vor 10 Stunden
STANDOFF
STANDOFF

oh no im going to lose my job as pushback ground crew to that smh

Vor 10 Stunden
Butch 78
Butch 78

Would rear view mirrors be fitted for reversing and what about lady drivers? Bless them.😋

Vor 11 Stunden
tapan mohanty
tapan mohanty

Very nice information. It will help in spotting planes...

Vor 11 Stunden