Acceleration AFTER Landing! | Aircraft Accident investigation

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    On the 14th of September, 1999 a Boeing 757 from Britannia Airways touched down in Girona Airport, Spain. Something went horribly wrong during the last part of the approach and touchdown and the aircraft ended up accelerating uncontrollably down the runway.
    In todays episode you will learn the whole story behind this accident, including the technical explanations to the bizarre behaviour of the aircraft after the landing. This is the story of Britania Airways Flight 226A.

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    Crash 1: @ Chris Ware
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    Crash 2: @ Grieve Chris/Daily Mirror
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    Cardiff Airport: @ dutyfreeinformation.com
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    Notam: @ thinkaviation.net
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    Ticket: @ South Wales Echo
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    Crash photos: @ Ministerio De Fomento

    Cold front image: @Met Office
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    Emergency lightning: @stgaerospace.com
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    Chapters:
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    00:00 - Intro
    01:16 - Chapter 1: Flight Overview
    02:54 - Chapter 2: Flight Crew
    03:33 - Chapter 3: Weather Conditions
    05:32 - Chapter 4: Cardiff Departure
    06:41 - Chapter 5: Approaching Girona
    08:29 - Chapter 6: Increasing Turbulence
    09:35 - Chapter 7: Race Track Pattern
    11:04 - Chapter 8: Approach One
    13:42 - Chapter 9: Approach Two
    18:36 - Chapter 10: Hard Landing
    22:52 - Chapter 11: Evacuation
    24:40 - Chapter 12: The Aftermath
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    27:11 - Chapter 13: The Investigation Begins
    32:26 - Final Chapter: Final Report
    35:04 - Outro

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Vor 4 Monate
Austin Kirts
Austin Kirts

You need your own show on National Geographic

Vor 9 Tage
YourBoyBenjamin
YourBoyBenjamin

@Mentour Pilot You also love the Boeing 737!

Vor 15 Tage
Equilibrius
Equilibrius

@Mentour Pilot so in this case it was human error not to initiate a go around or everything just happened to quickly?

Vor 26 Tage
Mentour Pilot
Mentour Pilot

@Equilibrius not at all, we always run the risk of loosing visual contact with the runway, especially in fog or heavy rain. If that happens we just go around.

Vor 26 Tage
Equilibrius
Equilibrius

@Mentour Pilot thank you thery much for the answer. Love your videos 😜👍 That's so interesting I mean are you not terrified when you are landing at night knowing the runway lights could suddenly cut off for the next 15 seconds?

Vor 26 Tage
Jacob Schwarz
Jacob Schwarz

Pencil jet

Vor 2 Stunden
Raymond Leggs
Raymond Leggs

No Uninterruptable power unit... plane can't see and crashes.

Vor 3 Stunden
Jeffrey Hatmaker
Jeffrey Hatmaker

I enjoy your videos. Here's a trivia tidbit: the Boeing 707, 727, 737, and 757 have the exact same fuselage circumference.

Vor 12 Stunden
Bjoern Altmann
Bjoern Altmann

Great how you developed the videos! Really like the new format

Vor 14 Stunden
Dusty River
Dusty River

How would an incident like this have affected the pilot's careers back then? Were they fined, suspended or fired? Did they lose their wings? Bad marks on their permanent record?

Vor 15 Stunden
Kez C
Kez C

Airport looking for plane for 20 mins passenger walks into terminal " you know that crashed plane, its in the next field, its kinda big and white hard to miss"

Vor 18 Stunden
Manoj Velmurugan
Manoj Velmurugan

Don't the planes have headlights to help see the runway?

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Michael Chomiczewski
Michael Chomiczewski

I was shocked when you suggested the correct course of action would have been a go around. I'm not sure that indemnisizes the pilots in any way. But at least they are not the only ones to make a fatal mistake 😯

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Maureen-Paul Barnes-von Kulmiz
Maureen-Paul Barnes-von Kulmiz

I appreciate the professionalism and intelligence of the crew so with all due respect to them I must say we have probably reached the limits of human abilities. It is imperative, I believe, to augement human abilities with increased use of adaptive AI.

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The Victorian
The Victorian

dam these aircraft are built like tanks

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jrherita
jrherita

17:40 sounds really scary

Vor 3 Tage
Roman Jeremiejew
Roman Jeremiejew

this impactful, bouncy touch down reminded me of Aeroflot Flight 1492 where not many were as lucky to have made it out alive...

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Purforme
Purforme

Too much bright light flashing right in the centre of view with a dark background, horrible to watch.

Vor 3 Tage
Andy Hüwe
Andy Hüwe

Howard Hughes Sproose Goose is more reliable than modern planes.

Vor 3 Tage
conchi piquer
conchi piquer

Tank you for the video. i'm glad all of them survive.

Vor 3 Tage
max fourth eagle of the apocalypse
max fourth eagle of the apocalypse

My initial feeling on this is that Yes they should have diverted and secondly once they were too high on the glide path aborted the landing prior to making large inputs to get down the nose.

Vor 4 Tage
drstevenrey
drstevenrey

Well, the good news is, there will be no hard landing inspection.

Vor 4 Tage
drstevenrey
drstevenrey

I have had some weird things happen at Girona. You think, Spain, warm, sunny, nice. However, this place can be really bitchy at times. Proximity to the mountains, the proximity to the sea. It can get really hairy here. When it rains, it really rains hard. And then there is the runway. 02/20, wrong in every way. Hate this place with a passion.

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Echristoffe
Echristoffe

Next time put the runway light on battery too ….

Vor 5 Tage
Maico
Maico

surprised the system of the sink rate calls instead of 50,40,30,20,10 wasn't advised to be abandoned by Boeing

Vor 6 Tage
William Rouse
William Rouse

I live in South Georgia...We almost always have afternoon and evening thunderstorms in the summer months. Lots of Pop-Up Thunderstorms.

Vor 6 Tage
Jürgen Lang
Jürgen Lang

Why did the captain turn off the autopilot? Would it not be better to let the machine do the work and just monitor what it is doing? This accident probably could have been avoided by landing on auto - even if the ILS of the airport also dropped out because of the loss of power. I feel like, there should be a recommendation to pilots to land with the autopilot turned on, especially in unnormal conditions.

Vor 7 Tage
Insolent Jaguar
Insolent Jaguar

Absolutely LOVING the new format! The old videos were good, but this new format takes you to the next level and beyond. Awesome job dude, keep up the amazing work!

Vor 7 Tage
Oh My Oh my
Oh My Oh my

Similar failure on the Quantas 747 crash at Bangkok. Go Boeing!!

Vor 8 Tage
Sukkulents
Sukkulents

‘the 757 is one of my favourites, it’s a wide-body…’ 🤨

Vor 8 Tage
אורי שינברג
אורי שינברג

The 757 is not a widebody

Vor 8 Tage
MaasiMara
MaasiMara

I enjoy your videos..but they make me not want to fly again... you really show the nitty gritty of the aviation industry.....scary

Vor 8 Tage
jeremyc311709
jeremyc311709

They did get the passengers to the destination at least.

Vor 9 Tage
LabGorilla
LabGorilla

Love the pronunciation of girona

Vor 10 Tage
Kevin Mic
Kevin Mic

I always taught the 757 was a narrow body aircraft, I suppose everyday is a school day.

Vor 10 Tage
The Voice of Treason
The Voice of Treason

Must have been extremely disturbing to look up and and see blackness where the runway should have been. What an incredible result from potential disaster, white knuckle drama. I am in awe of flight crews and the immense responsibility they shoulder.

Vor 11 Tage
Warbunny
Warbunny

big shout out to all cabin crew and especially this one, you are amazing ^^,

Vor 12 Tage
Horatio yen
Horatio yen

wow only one death that's so lucky

Vor 12 Tage
O U Ter Living
O U Ter Living

Isn't there a height limit to where you can manage another go around, wouldn't they have already been too low to go back up at that point?

Vor 12 Tage
Jan Felchner
Jan Felchner

Hi, Can you make a video about crash of Lufthansa Flight 2904?

Vor 13 Tage
ThePlagueMaster
ThePlagueMaster

can u stop saying knots like that’s confusingthe average viewer we dont know wtf knots and have to pause to convert… just use mph makes life easier

Vor 13 Tage
carstorm85
carstorm85

I'm surprised one of the recommendations wasn't to also have the runway lights on battery power like the tower is.

Vor 13 Tage
Serra Mesa Bill
Serra Mesa Bill

why to many commercials, this is worse the tv, mentor pilot looking to get rich here, I'm out of here!

Vor 13 Tage
The Red Rover
The Red Rover

I liked in the conclusion report for the rescue teams to up thier training. I imagine procedures included as well. It would seem almost impossible for a lost aircraft situation to occur still I don't think I would have been at all comfortable participating in that aspect debriefing.

Vor 13 Tage
Munich FX
Munich FX

It's funny I watched this video yesterday, and a few hours later I witnessed a go around on AirNav at SJO/MROC Rwy 07, flight P57084, a 737-800 from Wingo Airlines flying from Bogota to San Jose, I was also listening and from what I understood the runway was too wet. They tried again this time Rwy 25, the landing was successful but they said something about "bad braking"

Vor 13 Tage
jfsa380
jfsa380

Just curious why a VOR approach requires a circuit before the approach, instead of just crossing VOR and turning downwind? And given the injuries to the captain leads me to believe he wasn’t wearing his five point. I thought it was common to wear them upon takeoff and landing, never mind in a wicked storm (into which I thought many airlines prohibited operations)

Vor 14 Tage
Robbo Ironink
Robbo Ironink

20 minutes to find them? Were the ems people driving with their headlights off? What is this, national save electricity day. That’s just poor. All of it. My condolences to the passenger’s family. Too bad about the plane’s electrics. Had he access to his landing lights he might have seen the runway.. those lights are bright.

Vor 15 Tage
Robbo Ironink
Robbo Ironink

No emergency backup generator for the runway? Why not on the plane either? Yes, this is the perfect storm.

Vor 15 Tage
Kilgorio
Kilgorio

Wow

Vor 15 Tage
Zibert
Zibert

Wouldn't it make sense to have batteries powering the runway lights during a power outage in order to bridge the time gap between outage and emergency generator kicking in?

Vor 16 Tage
ru40342
ru40342

Why don't the runways use the same system as the control tower (battery + backup)? I would think that the runway lights are as least as important as the control tower and are not using that much power to power the runway lights.

Vor 16 Tage
Alex Wyler
Alex Wyler

time stamp 33 ish. "We train for this in the simulator now. " When you see the runway..." ???" The pilots had no longer any runway to see! lights were out . How could the captain think of doing a go around in total blackness. Lets blame the pilot, lets expect him to fly in total darkness, obviously the airport had way better lawyers. ;-)

Vor 17 Tage
SugaryPhoenixxx
SugaryPhoenixxx

I highly doubt that any of the passengers minded "wading through" water slides to evacuate the plane. They were all too relieved to still be alive to remotely care, I am sure.

Vor 17 Tage
Duke McGregor
Duke McGregor

This one got my heart rate up! Keep up the great vids!

Vor 19 Tage
Sinisa Balentovic
Sinisa Balentovic

I always wondered ,what would happen to crew of aircraft after such accident ??.Like did they lost job or do they have to pay money for lost company aircraft ?? What to tell your company about and what sanctions u can get if any???Do your air company look bad because of that and can you procced to work for them again ??

Vor 19 Tage
Al Green
Al Green

This is so informative, you are so good at explaining things, great presenter!!!!

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Obama Big Ears
Obama Big Ears

Another incompetent crew bites the dust….

Vor 20 Tage
CAYMAN987
CAYMAN987

I fly a small plane twin and due to my moderate hours I add 30 min of fuel above minimums for alternate.. its only cost me an extra stop about 7 times and I am happy to make that decision. A very very experienced friend tends to push fuel limits harder. Not stupid or arrogant, he just is comfortable landing with 15 min fuel beyond alternates. He also will land with crosswinds on snow runways. Again his skills and experience are way past my abilities. So I am confortable always having extra fuel and being a few hundred pounds under max weight. I feel bad for these pilots. Except for leaving the speed brake on. And that they should have maybe added 45 min fuel instead of 15 they were a very good crew.

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Sierra Bravo 7
Sierra Bravo 7

The B757 is described in the commentary as wide-bodied. But is it?

Vor 20 Tage
Rollin Amore
Rollin Amore

Boeing 757 is not a "wide" body...

Vor 20 Tage
AlexBeerForEveryone
AlexBeerForEveryone

I wonder, what are the odds of runway lights going out just seconds before a crew trying to land in this weather and already under a high amount of stress. I mean how often does power outage even happen at an airport like this? Like 3, 4, 5 times a year? The universe was like: NO!!! Zero luck for you today captain!😱😱😱

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Angelum Band
Angelum Band

I have never seen a bird have a bad landing no matter where it ends. Humans on the other hand are known for forced hard landing ending exactly where they want.

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Angelum Band
Angelum Band

@Mentour Pilot 😂😂😂 Even more reason to avoid determination. This happens cause corporations and airlines force both pilots and passengers to certain rules and mandates that don't have scientific or common sense bases. As a passenger and ex-pilot I don't care where I land as long as everybody can walk away unharmed. Now since I love airplanes it is also nice when you don't break an airplane in the process. That being said the odds were stacked against this crew and once they were committed that is how it played. A plane can be replaced or made obsolete, lives are unique, precious and irreplaceable.

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Mentour Pilot
Mentour Pilot

Well, we haven’t seen many 100 ton birds either.

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tm
tm

the b757 is a narrow body, single aisle aircraft, just like the b737.

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Vlad the Impaler
Vlad the Impaler

Does your tee spring store deliver to the us?

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Will Challenge
Will Challenge

Always a technically balanced and engrossing presentation of the highest order.

Vor 22 Tage
Dennis Bassetti
Dennis Bassetti

So what happened to the pilots? Were they fired? Do they still fly?

Vor 23 Tage
greenola
greenola

Great work. Again. Cheers.

Vor 24 Tage
PeterNGloor
PeterNGloor

This is a very weird incident, hardly believable that all the many factors occured on the same landing.

Vor 24 Tage
Sean F
Sean F

Outstanding as always, I learn so much about flight from these super detailed, well informed and fair videos.

Vor 24 Tage
Alfred Weber
Alfred Weber

A nasty chain of events. Let's try not to land in thunderstorms! While I've always loved the 757, those mechanical throttle cables don't really belong in such a modern airliner.

Vor 25 Tage
julianojae83
julianojae83

PIA 8303 is a great material

Vor 26 Tage
gerald bock
gerald bock

Regarding the 757 crash where the engines spooled up after touchdown - would pulling the fire switches shut the engines down via fouling them?

Vor 26 Tage
Mentour Pilot
Mentour Pilot

Most of the electric controls of the engines were damaged during the second touchdown.. very hard to say but it would have been a VERY hard conclusion to figure out during the mere seconds this disaster took.

Vor 26 Tage
Equilibrius
Equilibrius

Why don't they just have the runway lights on battery power too???? Those are way more important in the sense that they have to be able operate continuously then the tower. Because if ATC can't speak to you for 11 seconds nobody will die but if pilots who really need the runway positioning lights can't see them that can and probably will end fatal. And if you really need to keep the tower systems going the entire time there should still be enough power in this battery left for powering the runway lights. That's also the main cause of this accident but nobody seemed to address it.

Vor 26 Tage
Equilibrius
Equilibrius

@Mentour Pilot please give us an answer on this 🙏

Vor 26 Tage
Thillai Ambalam
Thillai Ambalam

How do you calculate the Pilots flying hours.

Vor 26 Tage
MaverickBlue
MaverickBlue

You would think the black box would have a battery backup. Their saving grace was that they were running on fumes when they landed.

Vor 26 Tage
Gary Canary
Gary Canary

You give such a New perspective to situations for air mishaps thank you

Vor 26 Tage
James Roberts
James Roberts

I hate Mentour's cheezy thumbnails (Too much like generic YouTubers trying to flash subs). I would unsub from Mentour's channel for that reason alone, but his content is good so I stay

Vor 27 Tage
M Mullen
M Mullen

I wonder why the investigators didn't recommend airports install backup power systems that can restore lighting in fractions of a second for critical systems like runway lighting? This may not have been feasible in past decades but now it's a no-brainer. Battery-electric systems capable of running powerful runway lightoing for an hour or so is not expensive at all. The battery from one EV would be sufficient.

Vor 27 Tage
Jim Sorbie
Jim Sorbie

Really well done video!

Vor 28 Tage
Joseph Ciobanu
Joseph Ciobanu

It's so nice to hear these stories

Vor 28 Tage
welcomb
welcomb

I thought pilots wear a 5 point seat harness. Wouldn't that prevent them from slamming into the controls during high G shocks?

Vor 28 Tage
Lietuva Aviation
Lietuva Aviation

Didn't know the 757 is a widebody

Vor 28 Tage
Puck Dudes Hockey Channel
Puck Dudes Hockey Channel

Petter: "From that moment onward, things start to happen very quickly." Me: "Oh boy... it's NEVER a good moment when Petter says that."

Vor 28 Tage
Mentour Pilot
Mentour Pilot

💕😂😂

Vor 28 Tage
steve6375
steve6375

Someone in the comments suggested, if an airport only has backup generators which take more than 1 second to switch in automatically on a power outage and it has inbound traffic, then that airport should have a policy of manually switching in the emergency generators whenever heavy storms are in the area. Is this practical?

Vor 28 Tage
M Rubin
M Rubin

@mentour pilot. Not such a biggie. But at beginning you call Boeing 757 wide body. It's a narrow body, 767 is wide.

Vor 28 Tage
Daniel Andrews
Daniel Andrews

why didn't the pilots just used the fire handles to stop all engines

Vor 28 Tage
migfsx
migfsx

757 wide-body has dicho?

Vor 28 Tage
Vasilis Chatzipanagiotou
Vasilis Chatzipanagiotou

Now seriously.. 15 seconds (even 11) for the generators to switch on runway lights is accepted time...? In an area used in thunderstorms..? If this happens in a mall they will be sued by 300 customers and no one is in danger there only the cheese to be stolen. This is the ONLY thing that matters in this incident. I mean.. are you serious..?

Vor 29 Tage
Suburp212
Suburp212

Great series thanks.

Vor 29 Tage
fibbo obbif
fibbo obbif

Bad luck... but why didnt they switch off the engines after realising the reverse thrust doesnt work?

Vor 29 Tage
OneWorldAwakening
OneWorldAwakening

Why, with two pilots, did they deviate from the glideslope, and by a large degree? Not explained in the video for some reason.

Vor 29 Tage
J_Net Reloaded
J_Net Reloaded

bestthing would be to speed up and take off again and try again lol

Vor 29 Tage
J_Net Reloaded
J_Net Reloaded

why cant an aircraft computer link up with atc to auto land all planes? make it automated based on successful landings done in the past.

Vor 29 Tage
Filipe Bernardino
Filipe Bernardino

If I die on a airplane with low fuel I'll sue the company! Driving takes more than 15min to find a gas station. Imagine up there. Airplanes should always depart with full tanks. Forger about Savin money and help the environment That's their excuse.

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youeverseethesehandsfly
youeverseethesehandsfly

The lip smacking is so pretentious/gross.

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Stefan Mayer
Stefan Mayer

Couldn't retro reflectors solve the dark runway problem? Those refectors used in safety vests, street signs etc. wouldn't use any power to run and provide a good indication of position and hight, I would imagine.

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Muck006
Muck006

Lots of land around that airport in Girona ... but Genua ... well if you overshoot you are "in the drink". You also have to "drop down like an elevator" to make it ... because of the mountains.

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M Viv
M Viv

Not your usual transparency in analysis. Didnt explain why the landing guide slope was bungled by the captain ? Also the overly long use of the air brake , whuch was another error by the pilot @, was glossed over by the report and by you. Are you afraid of calling the pilots out because you fly in the same circles , while if someone from say Malaysian airlines was involved, you would have been more transparent ?

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The Field Workshop
The Field Workshop

Here is a compliment you may never have heard before: Because I was unable to watch the screen throughout, with BlueTooth headphones I followed while elsewhere in the building, listening only. It was brilliant Sir. After the first few seconds into it, I was totally enguaged in your verbal description, and didn't at any point feel I was missing anything. Well, should there ever be a global evaporation of visual communication technology, fear not, for there's a career for you in radio. 🥰👌

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Pixel
Pixel

I would've loved a follow-up regarding the runway lights. That doesn't wanna compute in my brain. Every dinky small-office file server is on an uninterruptible power supply to prevent hard shutdowns. How are runway lights allowed a 15 second gap? Is that general standard or specific to the region? This was in 1999, sure batteries weren't what they are today, but it's not like it was the stone age. Easily feasible to bridge the 15 seconds, even for high powered lights. This reeks of cost-saving measures.

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Baris Afacan
Baris Afacan

What if you had a memo in your screen that says “speedbrake open” when speedbrake and thrust are used in the same time?

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Steve the Pirate
Steve the Pirate

JFC, that's a contender for unluckiest landings. Yes, they could have diverted and all that, but I doubt anyone expects (the spanish inquisition) the airport to simply turn off.

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zeez88
zeez88

Who also heard 40th of September?👀

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James Street
James Street

They only took on 15 minutes of spare fuel? Is that normal? I would rather have AT LEAST an hour in a situation where you may have to divert to another airport.

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