5 Reasons why flying in Summer is HARD

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    Flying in summer can be tricky. In this video I will give you FIVE different reasons to why that is. We will be talking about weather, thermals, Cb's, brake cooling issues and angry delayed passengers and much much more.
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Brad Geary
Brad Geary

“if there is not enough runway we will not take off”. yep, that’s how that works. 😄

Vor 8 Tage
simon napper
simon napper

I only discovered Mentour Pilot about 2 weeks ago, have been watching the vids back to back ever since. Top level stuff brother.

Vor 9 Tage
computiNATEor
computiNATEor

I’m embarrassed to admit how long it took me to figure out why you have red and green pillows 🤦🏻‍♂️😅

Vor 10 Tage
Jovan Janevski
Jovan Janevski

I just wanted you to know, summertime sadness... 😔

Vor 12 Tage
Kirk H
Kirk H

Haven’t watched it yet but I can tell you the hardest part for passengers in sitting on the tarmac with a lack of AC due to the engines not being on.

Vor 13 Tage
Maygan Phynix
Maygan Phynix

I'm an American, so its interesting hearing about people going on Strike. we can get fired here pretty easily. 🙃

Vor 17 Tage
ThePixel1983
ThePixel1983

So I guess the AC doesn't run off external power, right?

Vor 28 Tage
Robert Keenan
Robert Keenan

Las vegas is always really turbulent when it is hot.

Vor Monat
Darryl Willard
Darryl Willard

It's very interesting to see how flying a jet is and comparing the gliding landing of the space shuttle. I am interested in everything about aviation and the space shuttle. I grew up flying in Frontier Airlines when my father worked for the airline as well as a member of the Civil Air Patrol.

Vor Monat
Joe Marcinuk
Joe Marcinuk

Trying to get JetPhoto Pics is hard in summer too. Too much heat haze.

Vor Monat
jcardboard
jcardboard

I was once on a plane where even in the air, something was up with the air conditioning and it got ridiculously hot to the point where even the cabin crew were removing layers of clothing. Then suddenly it was fine. Is that kind of thing common?

Vor Monat
Aharon Patterson
Aharon Patterson

You got some stains or stain residues on your tie my friend.

Vor Monat
Amy Hull
Amy Hull

What I didn't know about summer flying was that if it gets too hot, they can't get planes off the ground ALSO because the asphalt of the runways buckles.

Vor 2 Monate
Reto Arnold
Reto Arnold

Is it allowed to fly with a apu not working? What is when both engines say goodbye in flight? You have enough electrical power whit this (dont know the right word) little propelar you can put out of the plane to generate energy?

Vor 2 Monate
Andrew York
Andrew York

I've been in a lot of the AC situations. One flight we were delayed on the tarmac for a bit. The air got stale quickly. A passenger ended up having a seizure. We had to go back to the terminal.

Vor 2 Monate
Vera de Wolf
Vera de Wolf

Sitting in a boiling, fully packed aircraft gives me extreme anxiety. I would be that kind of person that will think they are dying... thanks for keeping these things in mind, and to echo another comment here: "I relax as long as they’re keeping me informed" knowing that the suffering will end soon makes you able to hold out a bit longer.

Vor 2 Monate
insylem
insylem

Aquaaplaining or hydroplaining as we say in the US causes Rubber Reversion on the tires

Vor 2 Monate
Abraham Rockers
Abraham Rockers

learn speaking english bro

Vor 2 Monate
richardc1983
richardc1983

Why start up an engine on the stand when you have the APU? Is the APU not powerful enough to do it on it's own?

Vor 2 Monate
Danilo Zanata
Danilo Zanata

Hi i'm a Brazilian 737 pilot, here we have a Lot of situations during the Summer, like thunderstorms, heavy rain, getting worse with apu inop in places like Belém, Manaus, rio branco, but for me the major treath is heavy rain on short final landing on short runways, ir in the North of the country we have poor infrastructure and we always ask some extra 2 or 300 kg of fiel, thanks captain! And have Nice flights!!

Vor 2 Monate
Debi Eaves
Debi Eaves

Appreciated your reference to flying a sailplane for understanding thermals and lift on the aircraft - and how to use them. I think all powered, fixed-wing student pilots would benefit from some flight time in a glider. Just another aspect of aviation that can help your overall piloting skills. 😊

Vor 2 Monate
Slava Khaitov
Slava Khaitov

100% agree. As far as I know from pilots, having glider experience makes much better pilots.

Vor 2 Monate
Alan Jackson
Alan Jackson

Great topic to discuss, often wondered about reduced performance of aircraft in high temps and aircraft sat around in 100deg temps

Vor 2 Monate
Patrick Doyle
Patrick Doyle

I really like this guy he speak sense and is a good teacher. I am not a pilot, to old to go down that road now, though if i were younger today I'd consider doing it. I have learnt so much from his videos. And that's a bonus, as he is entertaining as well. GREAT JOB Mentour

Vor 2 Monate
Dave Horch
Dave Horch

Puppys, love them! Put them in every video!

Vor 3 Monate
Tobiasz Budzyński
Tobiasz Budzyński

Airplanes increase global temperatures and extreme events count.

Vor 3 Monate
Oxigenarian
Oxigenarian

I've been at an airshow when they closed down the airport because of ambient temps. I live in the high altitude desert; if there is a low pressure front coming in and the temps are really high, the air density is comparable to being at 10,000 feet or higher. Physical exertion becomes a real challenge and flight physics at that altitude have to be quite different!!

Vor 3 Monate
NadirVanced No
NadirVanced No

Why do pilot announcements sound like an audio version of JPEG. I can't understand a thing they say.

Vor 3 Monate
Elishama John
Elishama John

YOU MADE A VIDEO ON SUMMER BUT WHAT ABOUT WINTER, SPRING, AUTUMN, FALL AND THE OTHER SEASONS I CAN'T REMEMBER...

Vor 3 Monate
Nic Flatterie
Nic Flatterie

Should be illegal to stuff passengers in a plane for a couple hours without AC. A couple years ago, after arrival, a plane was kept on the tarmac (taxi parking spot) for 4 hours, in +30c. That airline, being cheap bastards, did not want to start APU or pay for external AC (maybe it was not available where they were parked). And since it was at arrival, they ran out of water after 1 hour. It was finally handled when passengers started calling 911 (emergency services) directly with their cell phones and firefighters and EMS started showing up at the airport. Dehydration, heat exhaustion, one heat stroke. That is the kind of behaviour that makes flying such a pain. Greedy a**holes in management.

Vor 3 Monate
Keyyyyzzzz
Keyyyyzzzz

Might the APU need to be serviceable pre-departure in case you lose one or more engines and need to attempt an inflight restart, while not having enough airspeed for a windmilling type attempt?

Vor 3 Monate
Klutzy Mutt
Klutzy Mutt

Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport in the summer must be an ABSOLUTE NIGHTMARE. 119° (about 35° C) outside + concrete island affect.... I bet Pilots try hard to get out of flights to Southern Arizona.... At least they are really efficient with the AC hoses. At the airports

Vor 3 Monate
Iruparazzo
Iruparazzo

Cries in PHX

Vor 4 Monate
Kyle Englot
Kyle Englot

Have you ever had a scheduled flight that had to be cancelled because of the extreme heat and lack of air? I take it as a passenger this is probably something that causes flight delays or even cancellations. Combined with other factors such as stormy conditions.

Vor 5 Monate
gary beck
gary beck

How about the break fans? Does 737 have them?

Vor 5 Monate
Paul Topping
Paul Topping

I would have thought the lower lift in hot, less dense air would be on the list but perhaps that's not that much of a problem except when combined with high altitude airports.

Vor 5 Monate
InRoYouT
InRoYouT

Loved the 'spanglish' in «so in those 'países' this is no problem»

Vor 6 Monate
Alexander H
Alexander H

14:15 The way that dog is sleeping on the couch is hilarious 😂

Vor 6 Monate
Paul Keefe
Paul Keefe

Hi I don't know if you get this.anyway you spoke of breaks cooling before takeoff again I would have thought because you don't use for taking off they would have plenty of time to cool

Vor 6 Monate
rationalguy
rationalguy

I was flying out of Phoenix about 30 years ago. It was 122 F. and they delayed the flight. It was said "Our charts don't cover that!"

Vor 6 Monate
A R
A R

*stares in phoenix sky harbor*

Vor 6 Monate
Ed Brown
Ed Brown

43 year retired Aircraft Dispatcher here and love your approach to things !

Vor 6 Monate
Ed Brown
Ed Brown

You did. My bad. Great job

Vor 6 Monate
Ed Brown
Ed Brown

Great Video. But how about talking about Density Altitude

Vor 6 Monate
Jeff Hurckes
Jeff Hurckes

8:30 hence why Denver International has a 4876m long runway, 16R/34L

Vor 6 Monate
TheSulross
TheSulross

this video would be a good one to offer up to passengers on flights so they can learn about these behind the scenes factors going on - wouldn't be of interest to everyone, but bet a lot would be interested. informed passengers probably better in the long run when having to deal with some of these circumstances

Vor 6 Monate
Dominic Mosimann
Dominic Mosimann

Is grid power available at every airport? If you can plug in to external power, air conditioning can be run without power from the APU / engine, can it?

Vor 6 Monate
David Feuer
David Feuer

Why don't airports provide electric hookups?

Vor 6 Monate
King Ericson
King Ericson

i like your accent where are you from????

Vor 6 Monate
patricia treslove
patricia treslove

Great to keep the passengers informed about what is going on.

Vor 6 Monate
Rahmah Nurdin
Rahmah Nurdin

I got distracted by your lovely and well behaved dog😀

Vor 7 Monate
insylem
insylem

Adoreable. I love watching his dog while listening to him.

Vor 2 Monate
Dwight Mcqueen
Dwight Mcqueen

I always heard pilots rather have cold weather because air is thicker

Vor 8 Monate
Dwight Mcqueen
Dwight Mcqueen

I imagine lift is harder in higher temps ?

Vor 8 Monate
Kekkelpenney Peckeltoot
Kekkelpenney Peckeltoot

Love the reminder to not shoot the messenger! I was surprised you didn’t mention high heat and the inability to fuel the plane. 3 times I’ve been on delayed flights because the outside temperature was too high to refuel. Or maybe that’s just what were told!

Vor 8 Monate
Scott Kirby
Scott Kirby

In there is not enough runway, don't worry we won't take off. Well that's kind of the issue. . . I really want to hear you won't try. I know that's what you are trying to communicate but not exactly what you said.

Vor 8 Monate
Trevor Austin
Trevor Austin

No AirCo units? Try the UK. The muppets who run UK handling companies refuse to buy these things as well as cabin heaters. So I either used the APU or engines or didn’t fly. A refusal would be met with a threat to offload my passengers onto the apron. Permission was always granted. I also refuse to operate aircraft without an APU when expected temperatures would mean one was required. With regard to Slot Delays we started boarded at Slot-80 minutes and I also, like you, kept people informed. But the worst of all were TSAT times at airports like AMS. I’m sure the muppets who run the system designed it so they could delay aircraft with no good reason. My record is 50 updates in a two minute period. Worse are the ridiculous justifications given to justify this pathetic system.

Vor 9 Monate
Moritz Heintze
Moritz Heintze

Yes, coming into Frankfurt on a sunny summer afternoon can be a really bumpy ride with all the forest around.

Vor 9 Monate
Sanni Epstein
Sanni Epstein

During a hot Nebraska summer we took off in an Aeronca Chief, a 1930s tail dragger. For the longest time we couldn't get above 80 feet, and finally managed 300 feet, where we stayed. Fortunately Nebraska is flat.

Vor 9 Monate
Samridh Sharma
Samridh Sharma

4:15 lmao that’s an Indigo flight here in India and trust me flying at 46°C, the air conditioning system works its ass off

Vor 9 Monate
Steven Britton
Steven Britton

I was flying into Montego Bay from Toronto one October. When we were landing, the pilot flying bounced the 737 on the runway. I was laughing my head off - because I know that a bounce really is no big deal, the pilot just says, "ah, dammit" and lands the aircraft again. When deplaning, i asked the flight attendant, "how do you BOUNCE a 737??" "Oh, the pilot meant to do that - it is because of the heat and humidity that he will touch down, bounce, and then land a second time." I nodded sagely to the flight attendant. Once I was out of earshot, I laughed even harder. "He meant to do that. Yeah. RIGHT!" Flying in hot weather. Right.

Vor 11 Monate
Randy Ogburn
Randy Ogburn

Why isn't it against the law everywhere to have people on an airplane without some type of air exchange system operating?

Vor 11 Monate
Lifecraft
Lifecraft

8:00 hehe, someone tried to put in a higher temperature to get himself some extra power on takeoff... :D

Vor 11 Monate
Lashy
Lashy

Do planes have brake temperature sensors?

Vor 11 Monate
Trevor Austin
Trevor Austin

Yes. One sensor per wheel. Not only are the temperatures monitored but so are the splits and temperature ranges. This helps to identify non-functioning brakes as well as overheated units.

Vor 9 Monate
manspej
manspej

Just fly at night then

Vor year
Joel Monka
Joel Monka

Your puppy is so cute!

Vor year
Joe morris
Joe morris

listening to you say that 100's of people in a tube produce lots of moisture through breathing does make me think about the current situation with COVID-19. is the filtration system really as effective as stated and do they now have additional checks and prep to ensure constant circulation?

Vor year
Andrine Nichols
Andrine Nichols

I had an experience with high humidity on a C-5. We were taking a MAC flight from Hawaii to Australia. There was a stop in American Samoa where the plane sat on the tarmac for a couple of hours with no AC. When we were taking off there was a smoke warning in the cargo area. They still took off. I was sitting right by the opening down to the cargo area. It was the condensed moisture that set off the smoke alarms. Still made for a tense flight. Really enjoy your information. It helps this white knuckle flyer to understand and relax a bit.

Vor year
WarBoy
WarBoy

Right candle is looking a little janky! lol

Vor year
Doctor Anarchy🇬🇧
Doctor Anarchy🇬🇧

That's a fake background. Its a green screen. 😂

Vor year
Spencer Howard
Spencer Howard

I remember about a year ago a heatwave in Western Australia pretty much grounded all aircraft for a day, it got to the mid 50s on the tarmac and 45 everywhere else at perth airport.

Vor year
이주연
이주연

I should be a cargo pilot instead.

Vor year
Nabman
Nabman

Hi. I recently came across your channel and I'm enjoying the knowledge and insights a lot. This summer flying episode reminded me of something that perplexed me for a long time: many years ago I flew out from the Arabian Gulf on a very hot August afternoon. The plane was a 737 or Airbus short haul equivalent. The gear was not retracted till 15 or 20 minutes into the flight. The plane was shaking and an attendant responded that the reason was to let the tires cool down lest they burst inside the belly. The trip went on with no further incidents. I've flown in similar conditions but the gear was never left down that long. Years after, I asked a pilot I met about this and he didn't have a definitive answer but said tires would not burst in such conditions. He flew business jets and wasn't sure about how larger jets deal with that. So what do you think? Did that plane experience trouble or was it normal to let the gear cool off?

Vor year
Marius Ilioaea
Marius Ilioaea

08:30 it should be "and you are at a very LOW pressure, HIGH altitude"

Vor year
Jeff Hurckes
Jeff Hurckes

In the US, we call it Density Altitude, it is a figure of air density based on air pressure, elevation, temperature, and humidity.

Vor 6 Monate
Janos Kozma
Janos Kozma

...why are you almost always talking about altitude in feet????? Is that what the industry uses in real life for communication? Why?? Feet is such a weird unit, and I bet most people in the World have no intuitive understanding of it. ...it is for example totally meaningless to me, despite having lived 9 years in Britain... ...I think only meters make any sense, so what is the deal with this feet thing??

Vor year
Ricky Sekhon
Ricky Sekhon

He himself is a encyclopaedia

Vor year
Luzura289
Luzura289

that's why I prefer to fly during a hurricane

Vor year
Ian Ireland
Ian Ireland

had 1 hour sitting on tarmac waiting in Dubai, now I know why, that was HOT. Told once in Memphis USA to close the window shades once landed to help keep heat out for the next flight

Vor year
_MrMatrix_
_MrMatrix_

It's no pillow, it's a dogster

Vor year
Abid's Life Diaries
Abid's Life Diaries

Sir, Why don’t the companies just add a parachute which will open right after the landing and dissipate lot of energy and will keep the breaks cool :) many a fighter jets have these kind of parachutes these days

Vor year
Gromph Baenre
Gromph Baenre

silly side question,can you as a captain of the air bring two people together in holy matrimony,like a captain of the sea?

Vor year
Gromph Baenre
Gromph Baenre

@Speedbird yah,i thought so....but now even this little spark of hope has died )-: xD

Vor year
Speedbird
Speedbird

Gromph Baenre Quick answer to silly question: No, of course not🤚🏻

Vor year
rajatkarizma
rajatkarizma

That was indigo flight in India

Vor year
Antonio Maglione
Antonio Maglione

Flying - during the summer - to the south of Italy (it seems a lifetime ago) the pilot was ALWAYS using reverse thrust when landing. And I couldn't figure out why. Until you explain that aircraft brakes do require a long time to return to their operational temperature, and that explain everything. Which brings me to the next question: I have seen in some top quality cars a fan build in the brakes, to facilitate cooling. With airplane brakes handling some MJ of energy, why there isn't a provision for their active cooling? Already the tires, at zero RPM when landing, take a serious beat every flight; the brake pads too, by getting close to incandescence at every landing? I'm sure there is a proper maintenance turnaround for brakes and tires, but why is not practical to keep pads cooler so an airliner can take off soon after it has landed? Thanks for the outstanding video. I'm not a dog person; but your pets have some moviestar qualities with them, for their awareness of their role in the overall picture. Regards,

Vor year
Starsten Cahl
Starsten Cahl

As far as I know, there was a concept of a fan that made the wheels spin before landing by using the outside air. It didn't get implemented throughout the industry, because it apparently wasn't worth it. It's always a lot of extra cost and effort to get something registered for aviation use. And even if you wanted to do so, every little gimmick is still extra weight that needs to be dragged around and costs fuel without paying like an additional passenger. Also, every part has a risk of breaking/malfunctioning, how small it might be. It's always a question of cost and benefit and it seems like those extras aren't worth it for the manufacturer or airlines.

Vor year
Zoltán Ónody
Zoltán Ónody

Is there any ways an aircraft can legally fly with only one working engine? Like it had an emergency landing and they have to transport it to a repair center.

Vor year
Lucario Boricua
Lucario Boricua

What about flying in the tropics? From the perspective of highly seasonal temperate countries, the tropics would be in "permanent summer" (think Caribbean, India and Southeast Asia), but never as extreme as subtropical deserts (think of the Middle East, North Africa or the southwestern United States).

Vor year
Gary Odle
Gary Odle

Flight dispatcher here. On a hot day at a high altitude airport I would calculate the maximum payload (passengers and bags) that could be carried given the length of the runway, and I always used a temperature that was just a little bit higher than forecast. We would never say, "The runway is too short. We can't take off." Instead we would say, "It is too hot for us to carry a full payload and still takeoff. We will carry fewer passengers and bags then normal, but we will take off." Runway too short? No, the payload is too high.

Vor year
0MindSwept0
0MindSwept0

So to sum it up, because it's hot, and hot things don't work well 👍

Vor year
Jeff Bergstrom
Jeff Bergstrom

@16:05 - You discuss rain on the runway. Why aren't runways made to shed water better? It seems to me there is a lot an airport could do to make landing safer for planes by engineering a runway to shed water and/or provide traction for planes landing. Yet the mostly seem to be flat slabs of concrete that don't help when it comes to this.

Vor year
Juan Fonseca
Juan Fonseca

I've heard frozen wings and pitot sensor pipes are more dangerous than summer hazards

Vor year
tradjazzer
tradjazzer

thanks for another very interesting video.

Vor year
Ed Konstantellis
Ed Konstantellis

It would seem that meteorologists (on your local TV stations) are successful with their 50% margin of forecast accuracy and pilots place them in a shame category ATIS is a sometime required tool for pilots, less than pilots are not required as a tool for meteorologists

Vor year
SVHMJ
SVHMJ

What ATC strikes are so common that it's one of the top things that makes it hard to fly in the summer?

Vor year
Pat Ryder
Pat Ryder

I live in a city with elevation 330 meters, and the temp exceeds 43C every summer. The airport closes for a few days almost every summer. I knew about the performance effects of temp that affect weight capacity, fuel and runway requirements, but I didn't think about the brake issue or the "locked in a solar cooker" issue, even though children die in parked cars every summer. Very interesting video! And your aircraft's performance computer doesn't accept temps over 53C? It says, quite passively, "No! Forget it! It's too hot!" Makes sense to me.

Vor year
WhereMyChicken
WhereMyChicken

To skip the b.s. go to the 1:45 mark

Vor year
Stephanie
Stephanie

So when there are strong downdrafts that can just collect an airplane and smash it into the ground, would that mean you would normally divert to another airport? or stay in a holding pattern above the storm? I've seen some planes actually crash because of these downdrafts, or 'micro bursts' that sometimes come from the huge Cumulonimbus clouds. Can you predict or see a micro burst on the radar?

Vor year
Ashton James
Ashton James

But some ATR's dont have apu's OMG😱😱 And there's NYC in the summer OMG 😱😱😱

Vor year
Ashton James
Ashton James

@richodude2 Oh I didnt know that

Vor year
richodude2
richodude2

spare comentary many ATRs have a mechanism that applies a brake to the right propeller which allows them to run up the right engine for power and a/c without creating any hazard for ground crew . I think this is called Hotel mode

Vor year
Kapakypakhoo
Kapakypakhoo

That doggy! ❤️

Vor year
Tom Mathers
Tom Mathers

Does anyone know the name of the song he plays at the end when he’s showing the clips of the puppies?

Vor year
Uzair
Uzair

What is the name of your brown doggie ?

Vor year
ardi
ardi

You're obviously a very intelligent guy and I know nobody is perfect but you really need to edit down some of these videos like this one! We don't need to here a 10 minute speal on cabin temperature!

Vor year
David Sheriff
David Sheriff

Take off on a VC -10 rom Cairo was delayed as the temp was so high and the aircraft heavy. The Pilot stated that he had to wait for info back from UK as to the length of runway he would need.

Vor year
737 max
737 max

Video should be... Southwest at Texas summer

Vor year
CMDRFandragon
CMDRFandragon

Whats preconditioned air all about? A truck with a big fan and it just blows it into the plane? Save to fly a plane without an APU? Well what happens if you have a power issue in the plane? Do planes still have the RAT? And interesting to know that sitting on a plane in the summer is pure misery and why. My family will be flying down to Georgia in July for my sister's wedding. I hate being hot and sweaty...ooof.

Vor year

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