What These Pilots did was Amazing! | British Airways flight 9

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    A Boeing 747-200 is cruising along at 37000 feet over the eastern Indian ocean when its suddenly engulfed in a huge ball of light. Seconds later the engines start failing, one after the other and the pilots have to desperately try to re-light them to avoid a ditching in the sea in complete darkness.
    This is the increadible story of British Airways flight 009 and for this video I have invited captain Eric Moody himself (!!) to explain some details from the flight. Only here on the Mentour Pilot channel.
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    Below you will find the links to videos and sources used in this episode.

    Brief Room: @ Airbus
    europe.content.twixlmedia.com...

    St Elmos Fire: @ baron494
    www.reddit.com/r/flightsim/co...

    Trace Fire: @ Anadolu Ajansi & Türk Silahlı Kuvvetleri
    i0.wp.com/militaryleak.com/wp...

    747 Sim: @Las Vegas 747 Simulator
    www.vegas747sim.com/747simulat...

    Volcano: @ NASA
    upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedi...

    Volcano 2: @ NASA
    qz.com/1304930/photos-of-volc...

    Volcano Lightning: @ Martin Bernetti/Getty Images
    static.scientificamerican.com...

    Jakarta Mountains: @ efjakarta.com
    www.efjakarta.com/assets/uplo...

    Crew: @ britishairwaysflightstousa
    britishairwaysflightstousa.bl...

    Engine Damage: @ UNKNOWN
    code7700.com/images/ba_9_engi...

    European 747: @ Ken Fielding
    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/British...

    Angle of Attack Vane: @ Burkhard Domke
    b-domke.de/AviationImages/A40...

    Air Con Duct: @ A380spotter
    www.flickr.com/photos/a380spo...

    Mask on: @ Lowell Sannes
    live.staticflickr.com/214/497...

    Singapore 747: @ singaporeair.com
    www.singaporeair.com/saar5/im...

    Iceland Volcano: @ Boaworm
    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2010_er...

    Image Iceland: @ Jeff Schmaltz - NASA
    www.earthobservatory.nasa.gov...

    BA 747: @ Richard Silagi
    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/British...

    VAAC Article: @ Met Office
    www.metoffice.gov.uk/services...

    00:00 - Intro
    01:28 - Chapter 1: Flight Overview
    01:50 - Chapter 2: Souls on Board
    02:17 - Chapter 3: The Flight Crew
    02:45 - Chapter 4: Initial Briefing
    03:59 - Chapter 5: Volcanic Activity
    05:12 - Chapter 6: First Sign of Problems
    06:49 - Chapter 7: St Elmo’s Fire
    08:46 - Chapter 8: A Glowing Aircraft
    10:14 - Chapter 9: Engine Failures
    11:18 - Chapter 10: About Turn
    13:22 - Chapter 11: Mayday, Mayday
    17:14 - Chapter 12: The Problem With Ash
    20:08 - Chapter 13: Restart Attempts
    21:31 - Chapter 14: Conflicting Instruments
    23:08 - Chapter 15: Between A Rock and A Hard Place
    24:39 - Chapter 16: A Legendary Passenger Address
    26:43 - Chapter 17: Possible Water Landing
    29:25 - Chapter 18: Climbing Again
    30:54 - Chapter 19: Jakarta Bound
    32:05 - Chapter 20: Visual Problems
    32:44 - Chapter 21: Localiser Approach
    34:20 - Chapter 22: The Aftermath
    36:34 - Chapter 23: Commendations
    37:09 - Final Chapter: Future Training
    39:18 - Outro

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Vor 2 Monate
Cyrille Wombo
Cyrille Wombo

Thank you!

Vor 6 Stunden
Vector Pacer
Vector Pacer

Hey captain couldn't they opened the windows when they landed ? To see ? Answer would be appreciated

Vor 2 Tage
Lee Holmes
Lee Holmes

Mate they weren't rolls Royce they where Pret and Whitney engines

Vor 20 Tage
longshorts3
longshorts3

I have a challenge for you. Fly a Piper J-3 to its operating altitude, be videos doing it, and afterwards describe your experiences. Be sure to post it here. If you cannot find a J-3, a Tiger Moth would do nicely. Open cockpit flying is a thrill you just cannot beat. You could choose a Kit Fox for a real treat, too.

Vor 22 Tage
M Masa
M Masa

Nej Nina 7Nina och hämta dig listan listan på väg till jobbet nu när inte priser och inte priser och utmärkelser och utmaningar kommentarer kommentera här i bloggen

Vor 22 Tage
Toby Fierce
Toby Fierce

Captain Moody´s actions had me in tears. He humbled himself into a hierarchical-less team member and asked the lower ranking officers for suggestion. Man, that is so powerful.

Vor 7 Stunden
Zack Steinkamp
Zack Steinkamp

Nice KSFO MS Paint job at 36:10 :)

Vor 8 Stunden
reed sehon
reed sehon

wow. Excellent!

Vor 8 Stunden
Malcolm Stead
Malcolm Stead

Not now.

Vor 8 Stunden
Structurae
Structurae

It was a Boeing 747-200 but the animations keep showing a 747-400. This bugs me...

Vor 10 Stunden
Francesco Schettino
Francesco Schettino

weird that pilot wouldn't know this is not St. Elmos Fire, this is static discharge. St. Elmo's is one of the rarest nature phenomena, seen by less than 10000 people in total in history. Ultra rare stuff, it is pretty much a glowing aura that is permanent for a duration, it engulfs the surface of objects. the Japanese Manga Series "Dragon Ball" actually got their first Transformation "Super Sayajin" based on ancient descriptions by sailors who were fishing neat erupting volcanos. their tip of the masts would glow and shimmer.

Vor 17 Stunden
Matthew N
Matthew N

Everyone hates nagging, so stop doing it!!!

Vor 23 Stunden
Momchil Andonov
Momchil Andonov

9:45 tracer bullets are usually around every 3rd bullet or so. Making a 100th bullet a tracer would make their purpose next to useless :D. Also they are not related to the gun used but to the bullet itself.

Vor 23 Stunden
Momchil Andonov
Momchil Andonov

4:50 the human stupidity is endless! Airplane safety specialists didn't knew what were the effects of volcanic ash to airplane engines and they didn't bother doing some tests?! Such tests could've easily been performed on GROUND!!! No need to risk human lives then! I know they are expensive but this is a dumb excuse because not doing such tests could lead to massive lawsuits in terms of lost human lives!

Vor 23 Stunden
Ivo Jara
Ivo Jara

I cant understand how someone could dislike this video, the production is spectacular.

Vor Tag
Jim Jimworth
Jim Jimworth

Yelp review of the ash cloud: "0/10 Would not fly through again. All my flight instruments are crying."

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wily langat
wily langat

Real brave pilot and good flight crew, fearless team.

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nadine jackson
nadine jackson

Never ceases to amaze me how chill Brits are in crisis lol

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Carlos Luis Moya
Carlos Luis Moya

I am ten years old student and like learning on flight simulators., I really enjoyed your video production and commentary. Will surely learn more from your other videos. Thank you.

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BedsitBob
BedsitBob

Could you do a video about a similar incident, namely Air Canada Flight 143, aka the Gimli Glider?

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Mentour Pilot
Mentour Pilot

Here you go, it’s a bit old but still valid. https://youtu.be/cZkKFSqehN4

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Lady Tamaya
Lady Tamaya

I was just about to mention the incident in 2010 of Iceland volcanic eruption. Another thought comes to mind since our planet is going throughdramatic climate changes, wuld this also ignite further volcanic activity?

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fibbo obbif
fibbo obbif

Great Job!

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LabGorilla
LabGorilla

I didn’t quite catch it. Do new planes have better radar to detect ash clouds?

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Greg Bayley
Greg Bayley

More comment on why this team worked. Still too much pressure for one hero to step forward, take total control, f__k everything up because he/she is an intimidating bully. Both the brits and the Americans suffer from the man knight in shiny armor syndrome incapable of utilizing or recognizing the talent around him. This was an excellent example of everybody doing their part of the job, conferring with one another and finding a solution. It was just as riveting as a Arnold Schwarzenegger doing it all, if not more. Nice job.

Vor 2 Tage
Steve Hamilton
Steve Hamilton

I have always found this story absolutely fascinating. Could anything else go wrong? You recreated the story exceptionally well. Great work and thanks.

Vor 2 Tage
Stefan Alexandru Geogloman
Stefan Alexandru Geogloman

Wow. Those pilots really did an amazing job, calculated and safely returning the plane to the ground! And this is another weekend binge watching aviation videos on this channel. They're made so well, detailed, that are better than many on TV.

Vor 2 Tage
Abhishek Behera
Abhishek Behera

My favourite episode of air crash investigation was this. British Airways 9. Alas that was lost

Vor 2 Tage
Vector Pacer
Vector Pacer

Complete legend here Captain Moody is the Mood

Vor 2 Tage
Mentour Pilot
Mentour Pilot

He sure is!

Vor 2 Tage
Robert Field
Robert Field

Why does the engine animation show turbine first stage counter rotating compared to other stages? Good trick. Was that a RR or GE engine?

Vor 2 Tage
Keith Douglass
Keith Douglass

✈🐨🌏 heard once . when in trouble . fly the plane. they did. Keith Australia

Vor 2 Tage
koczisek
koczisek

In a few years we're going to have robotic cars, and then perhaps robotic airplanes. When something like this happens, the AI will probably decide, that crashing straight down ASAP will save us a lot of suffering.

Vor 2 Tage
Chris Birrane
Chris Birrane

Very, very interesting! Really enjoyed this video and look forward to more. Thank you

Vor 3 Tage
Rule 1 Model Railways
Rule 1 Model Railways

Almost a full length feature film!!!

Vor 3 Tage
Ken Heisner
Ken Heisner

Very expensive ash damage all mechanical parts of the engine are scrap I’m sure other systems would be the same

Vor 3 Tage
Ingemar Nilsson
Ingemar Nilsson

Are the narrator Swede?

Vor 3 Tage
Ingemar Nilsson
Ingemar Nilsson

Good, I feel proud, I’m Swede too. You’re very informative.

Vor 2 Tage
Mentour Pilot
Mentour Pilot

He is indeed! 😂

Vor 3 Tage
Callum Wearne
Callum Wearne

I miss the days of the beautiful rolls Royce powered jumbos / nothing can replace that with that stunning royal British airways blue livery on the hull

Vor 3 Tage
Chris Williams
Chris Williams

So in the 80's we didn't know flying through ash clouds wasn't good for the engine's?I was 4 at that time and I think if you asked me I'd have known it was a bad idea. I know the pilots couldn't see it but the industry clearly should have known based on common sense and therefore STAY AWAY from active volcanos. Also the same for Indonesia, ANOUNCE YOU HAVE AN ACTIVE VOLCANO dingdongs!

Vor 4 Tage
Chris Williams
Chris Williams

No no no! They were traveling through dimensions. Least, that's what I'd be expecting. When I came out of it I'd be expecting to land in the dark ages or something. I'd love for there to have been video of the St. Elmos fire phenomenon. To have a veteran crew say they've never seen ANYTHING like that peaks my interest.

Vor 4 Tage
chansetwo
chansetwo

When the aircraft descended in altitude after losing all four engines, the sparks coming from the metal parts of the plane vanished. Then they were then able to restart all engines. That was a clue to the flight crew that their problems were related to altitude.

Vor 4 Tage
Quest4Adventure
Quest4Adventure

40 minutes long and I’m sad that it’s over. Fantastic video.

Vor 4 Tage
Foxdie
Foxdie

You can’t beat a good team cool head and experience. Well done.

Vor 4 Tage
darkredvan
darkredvan

It definitely can be of great help in an dangerous situation to have a flight crew with glider experience. It at least saved the lives of several hundreds if not thousands of passengers. I would always feel save with a crew with glider experience. Though some would not believe it to be of much help, it might not be on normal operation. On extreme dangerous situations it might be the tiny deciding part. Well done by Captain Moody and his crew.

Vor 4 Tage
Don P
Don P

Very good explanation of situations!!!

Vor 4 Tage
e meshka
e meshka

I love how you pronounce 'j' "Jakarta Yakarta, tell me your weather!"

Vor 5 Tage
sal luna
sal luna

Pieletdown: sKiiiiiill share

Vor 5 Tage
Bob Bates
Bob Bates

I have a Russia doctor and he is something else. I also have a British doctor and he is amazing. He tells me jokes and helps to keep my sprits up. The Russian doctor is just state how bad things are and then leave. The British doctor stays and explains how he can work to reduce the problem I have. I think my British doctor would have said something similar to what the Capt. of that plane said

Vor 5 Tage
ewooll
ewooll

This is why i want a captain with grey hair and who is a bit on the old side, flying my plane. :-}}}} Red hair also is ok, but grey is better!

Vor 5 Tage
Liam Waring
Liam Waring

The pilots must have thought they went into another dimension! 🤣

Vor 5 Tage
m box
m box

What a ride! Loved this video. I think Captain Moody's actions are exemplary in so many areas: calm, mindfulness, attention, judgement, understanding, crew utilisation, and more I'm sure I didn't think of. I particularly enjoyed Moody considering that his PA address should be suitably "Laconic".

Vor 5 Tage
m box
m box

I see now why the Iceland eruption not so many years ago was so disruptive.

Vor 5 Tage
Mario Hennenberger
Mario Hennenberger

22:26 why is the APU not being started with that much conflicting information and the risk of losing hydraulics? just curious

Vor 5 Tage
Max Kite
Max Kite

Did they start the APU? On a 4 engine aircraft, on passing through volcanic dust, would it be a good idea to shut down at least one engine to keep it relatively undamaged for use later?

Vor 6 Tage
Stu Crossland
Stu Crossland

Yt, Dan Hanley and Doug Greene. Both pilots.

Vor 6 Tage
D Stew
D Stew

We live in an electrical world...electricity is all around us all the time...if we find out how to harness it the world will change for everyone

Vor 7 Tage
Jero Quai
Jero Quai

Great documentation. But i think you can improve in 3 things: First Cpt. Moody should‘ve had the last word, then the amount of ads is unbearable and last your pronounciation of english „th“, it‘s „that thrust three“ not „ datt trost twi“.

Vor 7 Tage
Jero Quai
Jero Quai

@Mentour Pilot sorry i didn‘t mean to offend you. English is not my first language too. Your documentations are well made and very exciting to watch so i got angry with the disturbing ads and small problems to understand some words. Sorry. Great work really. It‘s like watching a thriller.

Vor 6 Tage
Mentour Pilot
Mentour Pilot

Thank you for your feedback. Thee will be a full length interview with captain Moody at a later date. The amount of ads are decided by YouTube and seems to differ from person to person. When I check on my control panel it’s normally around 3 breaks which is ok in a video of this length. My command of the English language can always get better but since I’m Swedish my dialect will always shine through.

Vor 7 Tage
Malcolm Walls
Malcolm Walls

The very best of British right there never lose your head in a crisis, stiffy upper up and dam well carry on doing your best.

Vor 7 Tage
saoirse L
saoirse L

great video

Vor 7 Tage
Lorre Watkins
Lorre Watkins

Ville bara säga MP, att du är väldigt bra på att återberätta dom här katastrof händelserna, och bra på att förmedla en känsla hos lyssnarna. Keep up the good work !

Vor 7 Tage
Badgersj
Badgersj

Message to your sponsor Skillshare, sorry I won't be a customer at the moment, but the very fact that you sponsor a channel like this means that you will definitely be on my list if and when I need somebody like you.

Vor 8 Tage
1lovetiger
1lovetiger

This is the one of most informative videos I have ever seen. Awesome vlog. Thanks for sharing

Vor 8 Tage
Brian O'Shea
Brian O'Shea

What an “absolutely fantastic” video! Thanks 🔥🔥

Vor 8 Tage
Efstathios Dimopoulos
Efstathios Dimopoulos

And when Eyjafjallajökull erupted in Iceland , people complained that air travel over N Europe stopped.

Vor 9 Tage
mel farrer
mel farrer

What an old school British Hero, I salute you Captain Moody, God Bless your strength and interlect and that stiff upper lip. I hope you got a gong from Her Majesty.

Vor 10 Tage
c W
c W

Man! your narration and content is spell-bounding!

Vor 10 Tage
garry hastings
garry hastings

Wow! totally amazing and soo well presented I was in awe of all those involved. Good old BA as myself and all my family have flown countless thousands of miles with them since 1967. Thanks for this and well done all of you. Soo many lives saved, soo many tales to tell.

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Sil Marillian
Sil Marillian

Could not help myself had to order the positive attitude tshirt hello from Australia light ppl here :)

Vor 11 Tage
n0ka
n0ka

Excellent show, very good quality ✈️🛬🛫🌩️⛈️

Vor 11 Tage
Alex
Alex

Can Skillshare help me land an aircraft after going through a volcanic ash cloud and all 4 engines are seemingly "dead" ?

Vor 12 Tage
geocachingwombles
geocachingwombles

I’m completely amazed that his trousers hadn’t followed through by the time he landed

Vor 13 Tage
John Clark
John Clark

This might be a stupid question, but why would 267 kts equal 0.8mach? Talking about the graphic at 12:38... wondering if i'm misunderstanding something...

Vor 13 Tage
John Clark
John Clark

Think i've answered my own question... differences between TAS and IAS i believe?

Vor 13 Tage
Kiss
Kiss

The production on these videos is absolutely incredible. Breathtaking, even!

Vor 14 Tage
Jezrix
Jezrix

So your videos are brilliant. I love it, subscribe and recommend it. I find it disturbing that you are asking for Patreon subscriptions, for something that you love. Do you not earn enough money? With your Skillshare sponsors, your pilot salary, I find it a grift and disrespectful.

Vor 14 Tage
diecast jam
diecast jam

Any pilot called Roger, is asking for confusion, roger Roger...err what?

Vor 14 Tage
Mark S
Mark S

Volcanic ash: sandblast the engine with abrasive glue. And mr Pilot, I like your videos. Excellent content.

Vor 14 Tage
Petar Blazanovic
Petar Blazanovic

This is one of the best from you Sir Mentour. Keep up the great work.

Vor 15 Tage
Zora
Zora

"We have a small problem" oh man.... that's definitely the most underrated understatement in all of aviation lol

Vor 15 Tage
Zora
Zora

Isn't that a crazy thing? Good airmanship saves doomed aircrafts while bad airmanship crashes recoverable aircrafts. Bless Captain Moody and his crew for their skill, knowledge, teamwork, and determination to never give up and focus on flying the aircraft.

Vor 15 Tage
tiffsaver
tiffsaver

I remember well this incident when it happened. But I had NO IDEA of the sheer drama of it until now, one of the benefits of the internet. Leave it up to the British for their now famous "British understatement," one of the most amazing parts of this entire experience.

Vor 16 Tage
Ahmed M. Ibrahim
Ahmed M. Ibrahim

Fantastic series .. great efforts put on these videos .. i feel like i’m onboard , great work

Vor 16 Tage
Koos van Schalkwyk
Koos van Schalkwyk

I'm only watching this now, sorry for the late question. Would they have seen anything if they switched on the landing lights. Some backround on myself, I'm an Avionic in the South African Airforce, working on the Oryx helicopter and have always been interested in documentaries like this to work safer as a ground crew member. Thank you for the good content.

Vor 17 Tage
S DRO BOMB
S DRO BOMB

This is a very incredible story

Vor 17 Tage
nailertn82
nailertn82

"Ladies and gentlemen, this is your captain speaking. We have a small problem and I'm going to tell you all about it after this short message from our sponsor which is Skillshare. Now I know you are listening because you are all curious people, lifelong learners like me. Well good news and bad news. I have a free one month trial for the first 1000 subscribers, but you might not necessarily be able to take full advantage..."

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Kathy Miller
Kathy Miller

BBB BB bbb b.

Vor 18 Tage
Paul Gray
Paul Gray

That’s a 747 -400 in the video?

Vor 18 Tage
Meredith Anderson
Meredith Anderson

I'm at the beginning and already feeling bad for the captain. It doesn't look like he ever got to use the bathroom!

Vor 19 Tage
Dark Star
Dark Star

Errr is he not to old to b a flying a jumbo

Vor 19 Tage
hsmedsvik
hsmedsvik

Apologies if my observation is wrong, but didn’t the same thing happen again with KLM 867 in a 747-400 over Alaska 7 years later? Why didn’t the aviation industry learn from the BA09 event and how could this happen again? Or am I missing something?

Vor 20 Tage
Stelios Rizogiannis
Stelios Rizogiannis

Your videos are insane good dude, documentary level of detail and explaining of the highest quality. Keep it up!!!

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Ivan Lin
Ivan Lin

I watched the whole sponsor message, for no reason. That’s how much I love Mentour’s Pilots video.

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fr89k
fr89k

A small tip for the small screw up that occurred during the interview @8:15 : It might be possible to get rid of the sound by taking the exact same sound on a second sound track but invert the phase by 180°. This should at least reduce it to a very small noise and ideally it can cancel out the noise completely. In principle it's the same concept as with active noise canceling...

Vor 22 Tage
Derek Reid
Derek Reid

Brilliant work from the passengers to the crew -

Vor 23 Tage
BTM_Kiwi Gaming
BTM_Kiwi Gaming

I remember 1 of my High School teachers telling our class about this & showing us a documentary on it as she was on that flight & if I remember correctly, she even got the captain of the flight to give us a few words of wisdom.

Vor 23 Tage
altair1983
altair1983

Also... I encourage you to check the story about rb-211 engines. Engine that (almost) bankrupted Rolls-Royce but under later guidance from Stanley Hooker matured into excellent engine.

Vor 24 Tage
karl Bramwell
karl Bramwell

That was great. I enjoy every moment. A great crew.God is wonderful.

Vor 24 Tage
Tom Raw
Tom Raw

It's The Jumbo "Which" not "Who"!

Vor 24 Tage
WestOfEarth
WestOfEarth

Gripping story. Even though the outcome is suggested by the interview (they successfully land), how they succeed and overcome one obstacle after another is so compelling.

Vor 25 Tage
Zoe Claire
Zoe Claire

This is my favourite episode of Air Crash Investigation to watch. I’ve seen it so many times. Just such an amazing feat of aviation

Vor 25 Tage
Captain Fantastic
Captain Fantastic

Wow! What a crew!!

Vor 25 Tage
Haris Crnic
Haris Crnic

Seems like planes in the future should've been able to cope with volcanic ash...and i sure hope they can!

Vor 25 Tage
Jabber 1974
Jabber 1974

Doubt it, far cheaper and easier to avoid the ash in the first place.

Vor 24 Tage
Paris France Missions
Paris France Missions

OMG, we going to die. Some prayed for the first time. Some thought it was their last prayer. People got a second chance. I hope they still pray to thank God and not just the pilot. Don't hope for sudden death on impact if you are not ready to meet God when you rejected the good news of the gospel of Christ who died for sinners to become saints. It would be worst to find out that Jesus was truly the Son of God who rose from the dead and now you stand naked before God, judge and condemn without a savior ready to be cast into the lake of fire and brimstone where worms won't die nor your body or your soul. Looking at these wonders I am convinced that God wants you to know he not only saves from disasters but also gives eternal life for all those who accept and love his son Jesus Christ. Thank God not only for saving you from death in this life but also from his wrath to come and judgment day.

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Anuraag Tiwari
Anuraag Tiwari

I just don't get how Mentourpilot does it. One man army, creates the best aviation narratives and visuals ever! I've seen a decent number of flight videos by networks, but Mentourpilot's stuff is the best, hands down!

Vor 26 Tage
H.R. HufnStuf
H.R. HufnStuf

there's something up with flying to Perth but things getting pretty bumpy along the way..

Vor 26 Tage
BRYAN FINEGAN
BRYAN FINEGAN

I was on holiday in Portugal when there was the Icelandic volcano problem, such a shame I was forced to spend an extra 10 days on holiday!

Vor 26 Tage
splendidcakes
splendidcakes

You poor thing! 😄

Vor 7 Tage
Lyrai Celestine
Lyrai Celestine

If your flight gets delayed for any reason, trust them. Your life is bound to these pilots who know what they're doing and are always at the best interest of your safety. This is one of those accidents that makes you grateful of flight delays and airport closures because no pilots want to knowingly fly into an ash cloud or thunderstorms after this.

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