Cessna VIOLATES LAX AIRSPACE and NEARLY COLLIDES an Airbus!

VASAviation -
VASAviation -

*Thanks to the pilot onboard Volaris for sharing his experience so that we could understand what happened and learn from it. WATCH OUT THE BRAVO!*

Vor 2 years
sugakuu
sugakuu

@markserbu Thanks for ur very educational story.

Vor 6 Monate
Amadea27
Amadea27

@markserbu thank you so much for your honesty

Vor year
Snaperkids
Snaperkids

Captain Jose Omar I’m surprised it’s a NASA system and not an FAA or NTSB system.

Vor year
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@markserbu Interesting. Thank you.

Vor year
markserbu
markserbu

@010101110101010001000110 See above.

Vor year
MrCandK5
MrCandK5

Okay the Cessna pilot definitely fucked up the most, and I’m not trying to be an armchair ATC guy, but why wasn’t the Airbus alerted prior? Why was the Airbus the one that had to spot it first and dive out of the way?

Vor 6 Tage
Stephen Gregory
Stephen Gregory

So stay the fuck out of LAs Airspace unless it's God's own will to go there. Gotcha.

Vor 8 Tage
surreyboy84
surreyboy84

ATC are just as much to blame as the pilot for allowing the conflict to happen without noticing it.

Vor 9 Tage
B. Quinn
B. Quinn

Guy needs to get his money back, once again a CFI did a terrible disservice that could cost lives. As a controller I used to run into this crazy all the time by student airports

Vor 16 Tage
toadamine
toadamine

This is why we should maintain AA guns at airports! 🤷‍♂️🤣👉🔥

Vor 26 Tage
Michael Alden
Michael Alden

Hope he filled a nasa

Vor Monat
casanova419
casanova419

I was waiting to hear that famous line Cessna 440 I have a number for you to call... advise when ready to copy.

Vor Monat
AIG Trader
AIG Trader

All pilots should know that if this ever happens, don't assume that nothing is going to come out of it. File a NASA report immediately. This will at least waive penalties. It also helps with safety which is why that report exists. One of the best kept secrets of the aviation industry. For what it is worth, Hawthorne airport is incredibly close to LAX and air space in Los Angeles is tricky in general. You Have Hawthorne, Compton, Santa Monica, Burbank, Whiteman, Van Nuys all under the LAX Mode C veil, Hawthorne Whiteman Santa Monica and Van Nuys are all class delta airports, (But not at all times) Van Nuys and Whiteman sit under Burbank's class Charlie. Once you are getting south of the Hollywood sign you can get into trouble really quick. This is some tricky air space to say the least and if you're not familiar with the area I would not recommend entering it without a GPS. Know where your shelves are for the class bravo. I didn't even get into the Long Beach, Ontario, or John Wayne air space or the Disney Mickey Mouse TFR. Fun fact about the Disney TFR and completely off subject, notice this "temporary" flight restriction didn't go away even when the park is closed.

Vor Monat
Bob Clary
Bob Clary

I thought maybe Harrison Ford might be the instructor

Vor Monat
Quotenwagnerianer
Quotenwagnerianer

You gotta say, Hawthorne is postiononed awkwardly close to LAX. Mistakes like that can happen easily, I guess.

Vor Monat
Marc Rindermann
Marc Rindermann

no instructor on board. next question, maths teacher on board? Hawthorn is just a 180 and not a 360

Vor Monat
Bartacomus Kidd
Bartacomus Kidd

Thats just the shittiest place for a small airfield, eh?

Vor Monat
Robert Gary
Robert Gary

Honestly although this Cessna didn't plan well enough and busted airspace his attitude remained professional. He owned his mistake and didn't try to employ one of the defense mechanisms that contribute to hazardous attitudes. That's my opinion as an instructor.

Vor Monat
Rita Sickman
Rita Sickman

The defective dinosaur conspicuously drown because cell largely mark including a heartbreaking inch. careless, scandalous process

Vor 2 Monate
Bjarke Møldrup
Bjarke Møldrup

How come the controller at LAX is not informing the Airbus about the intruding Cessna? It seems the transponder was on at all times in the Cessna.

Vor 2 Monate
Mal
Mal

Honestly, no one talks about this.. but the HHR controller should have turned the pilot around as soon as he broke in to Bravo space. Instead, he washed his hands of the situation with an idiotic tone in his voice and sent him to approach. This takes time to switch and then come up on. IF anything, should have turned him around for the sake of safety reguardless of who's job it is once they're in there. Turn him around then send to approach.

Vor 2 Monate
Scott L.
Scott L.

Jesus...

Vor 2 Monate
Jason Dougherty
Jason Dougherty

As a pilot, I can assure you that it can get really confusing up there in congested airspace. The 172 pilot was going less than half the speed of those other aircraft, it's not like he can just jump in line with them, nor does he have the same instrumentation and support that they do (not to mention experience). The pilot should have requested vectors, and ATC should have offered a heading at a minimum. The guy was obviously lost and didn't know where he was.

Vor 2 Monate
pop5678eye
pop5678eye

LA is one of the busiest airspaces in the world with not just LAX but half a dozen smaller airports as well serving both commercial and general aviation. Making an error here is unfortunately common and has led to numerous incidents/disasters and what many passengers don't realize is that pilots don't actually have access to this kind of radar. They rely on their transponders and ATC helping them to avoid such close calls. Obviously this does not alleviate the responsibility by 440 for not knowing the correct altitude to avoid the LAX approach. Pilots flying into such busy airspace are supposed to familiarize themselves with the exact boundaries.

Vor 2 Monate
Peter Piper
Peter Piper

I feel like an idiot listening to these transmissions. I have no idea what’s going on.

Vor 2 Monate
Wray Day
Wray Day

Straight out of Compton, crazy Cessna's with Attitude! When I'm called off, Airbus's get hauled off .... You too, ATC, if you f with me... NSTB is gonna have to come get me. In your Bravo, that's how I'm goin out.... for the punk ATC that's showin out.

Vor 2 Monate
M P
M P

Yep, flown in that area. Don't cross north of the 105 fwy!

Vor 2 Monate
joynthis
joynthis

This is why I'm not interested in civil aviation. Everyone is mean to you.

Vor 3 Monate
VASAviation -
VASAviation -

Definitely not

Vor 3 Monate
DAVID P
DAVID P

Not the first time a Hawthorne plane got into the way of lax traffic

Vor 3 Monate
mrabrasive51
mrabrasive51

Harrison Ford brought me here.

Vor 3 Monate
Joseph Mulloy
Joseph Mulloy

What do the numbers under the Aircraft IDs mean? I can't figure it out and your radar explination video doesn't talk about them at all.

Vor 3 Monate
Tori Knorth
Tori Knorth

I believe first number is altitude in thousands of feet (017 = 17,000ft), arrow indicates increasing or decreasing altitude, second number is heading (direction) in degrees.

Vor 3 Monate
cra139
cra139

Flying anywhere in LA is varsity for sure, would hate to be a newbie pilot around there.

Vor 3 Monate
Samuel Sägesser
Samuel Sägesser

That was crazy close. ATC didn't do anything to immediately neutralize the danger, instead just pushed him off to another frequency, allowing him to continue on his path right into the LAX corridor.

Vor 3 Monate
Hải Võ Phan Phước
Hải Võ Phan Phước

What tool are u using?

Vor 3 Monate
BLACKMONGOOSE13
BLACKMONGOOSE13

Bet he has no chance of getting permission to buzz the tower now.

Vor 4 Monate
Presley Costa
Presley Costa

I just went through the LAX VFR corridor (SFRA) that was fun and scary at the same time I knew I was doing everything right just still felt weird not talking to anyone

Vor 4 Monate
Exotics NYC
Exotics NYC

This almost turned in to Flight 182 type situation. Who trained the Cessna pilot..dear lord!

Vor 4 Monate
CourtnRob
CourtnRob

What happens to the pilots when they deviate? Lose license , fines, jail ETC?

Vor 4 Monate
Musikur
Musikur

Jeez this was close. The really scary thing was watching the Cessna also starting to decend when he realised he had violated, not realizing that he was chasing the A319 down. Very scary, thank goodness for TCAS

Vor 4 Monate
simpsonfan13
simpsonfan13

"VOC4090 Was given a number to call" Airfoceproud: [BONER INTENSIFIES]

Vor 4 Monate
sugershakify
sugershakify

Somebody had an unfun interview with the FAA a couple of days later I bet...

Vor 5 Monate
Scott Franco
Scott Franco

"tagged you up" that is a new one on me.

Vor 5 Monate
Capt Ng
Capt Ng

People are still dangerous, entitled and &$#@ed..... no matter how how much they pay for their license

Vor 5 Monate
Peter Phillips
Peter Phillips

Looked like he was heading back over the freeway for a second incursion at the end there

Vor 5 Monate
Roytulin Henson
Roytulin Henson

Always with the bloody GA 😆

Vor 5 Monate
alfred e neuman
alfred e neuman

Was this another Harrison Ford excursion in the Cessna?

Vor 5 Monate
Hypnotherapy conversations with Paul Garth, C.Ht.
Hypnotherapy conversations with Paul Garth, C.Ht.

What's with the "left 360" - how is that useful?

Vor 6 Monate
Holy Sneakers
Holy Sneakers

Well thanks everybody for your comments....I just retired from flying in June 2019 !!!!! Best regards!!!!!!!

Vor 6 Monate
Grimes Elianna
Grimes Elianna

I’m the Captain of the Airbus in the audio and I hope that the Cessna Pilot did not encounter any problems later and before people, especially not related to aviation start getting into wrong conclusion they understand that “whoever washes plates, breaks plates…” and all pilots are exposed to that. I’m sure that he did not do it on purpose, WE Pilots learn from each experience and this will not be the first nor the last and no matter the size of the plane, we all have the same responsibility.

Vor 6 Monate
Pat Heddles
Pat Heddles

I'm suddenly even more grateful that I'm learning in pretty straightforward class G airspace - just got some class C a few thousand feet up, and that steps up higher if I head north a bit. I've seen a couple of airliners way overhead, and even changed direction once to avoid their wake turbulence, but basically I don't need to worry much about violating restricted airspace. Also handy that the class G itself is really freaking quiet around my airfield, especially right now with COVID. Offhand I think I've only ever shared the airspace with one other aircraft, and that was my flight school's other Topaz.

Vor 6 Monate
Rosemarie Brewer
Rosemarie Brewer

"do you have an instructor onboard" The ultimate shade.

Vor 6 Monate
Robert Lafnear
Robert Lafnear

As a student out of Compton, Hawthorn just seemed to close to the LAX flight path... never did go there..... but flying through the window over LAX seemed like I violated every rule in the book ..... Compton is easy, just look for the BIG Court building and you have the airport.

Vor 6 Monate
Robert Lafnear
Robert Lafnear

For me that was way back in '78......... up 'til 2018 I still flew but not in L.A.,..... moved to the outback in Idaho ( Bush Planes are my thing ), my last longer trip we used Flight Following most all the way ( Coos Bay and back) and for most all other flights, my guess now is I'd call long before I came close to the basin. Yep it is the "Corridor" and we called it as such when we flew through it...... and that was limited.

Vor 4 Monate
Michael Hall
Michael Hall

Do you mean the corridor? AOPA fought us for that corridor. As a 24 year LAX radar controller, I was never a fan of the corridor. We’d go up and down the shoreline at 3000’ to 6000' and you guys were in there at 3500’ & 4500’. I would MUCH rather be talking to you. I’m all for control and not monitoring. Stay safer and call us!!!

Vor 4 Monate
helpthehurtlondon
helpthehurtlondon

At 0:41, it seems like VOC4090 just sort of warps. Is that normal?

Vor 6 Monate
rnelson299
rnelson299

This guy at least admitted his mistake unlike the Las Vegas guy

Vor 6 Monate
Revanavarice
Revanavarice

The approach looks a little tight. They are going to need to remove small fields that are anywhere near the approaches to the major airports because eventually some little Cessna is going to get plowed by an Airbus. Doesn't matter who is in error at the point, just that the infrastructure made it that much more likely to occur.

Vor 6 Monate
Jerry Traveler
Jerry Traveler

Tower Control:I have a number you need to call. Cessna:Go Ahead Tower:1-800-Fly-Delta

Vor 7 Monate
Jerry Traveler
Jerry Traveler

"do you have an instructor onboard" Thug life shades come down and music starts playing. That was brutal but funny AF!

Vor 7 Monate
Diego García
Diego García

So they have to state the time of conflict?

Vor 8 Monate
38911bytefree
38911bytefree

We have traffic advisory here ..... TWR "we are not talking to this plane" "plane violated the airspace" .... FANTASTIC MANAGMENT,. just let them collide.

Vor 8 Monate
Jerry Traveler
Jerry Traveler

I think what he meant that the plane had no contact and so he was talking with him..Becuase he wwas not suppose to be there.

Vor 7 Monate
Vernon Thiede
Vernon Thiede

No Excuse for busting the airspace! Period! We do not need a repeat of Mexicana 940. Upgrade your cockpit you Rich Moron!

Vor 8 Monate
1uckywanderboy
1uckywanderboy

Maybe putting Hawthorne airport almost directly in the descent line of a major international airport was not too smart. Love these videos BTW

Vor 9 Monate
Musikur
Musikur

Its pretty normal really. Lots of commercial airports have city GA airports close or under their approach paths. The approach to YMEN is only 2-3 miles east and ever so slightly lower than the YMEL 34 approach. Literally there is a bridge with a vfr weypoint at one end and the jet final turn at the other

Vor 4 Monate
Brian Cooney
Brian Cooney

Right? It's literally 2 runway lengths to the southeast of LAX! They could probably just build a taxiway to it!

Vor 8 Monate
DOBERMAN PAC
DOBERMAN PAC

You’re only a newbie for awhile. A few close calls gets you right into or out of the game.

Vor 9 Monate
Jerry Traveler
Jerry Traveler

True but how many lives are you going to take with you.

Vor 7 Monate
bob23456 bob
bob23456 bob

Cessna guy had the perfect attitude.

Vor 9 Monate
superhacker35
superhacker35

wait why did VOC recieve a number to call not the cessna?

Vor 9 Monate
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Human error is inevitable. Shortly after passing my PPL(H) while returning to EGKR I came from a direction I do not normally come from and instead of heading left and following a railway line to the airfield, I turned right, called the airfield on the radio and called in at the VRP I mistook for something else and continued my approach, it was only once I got closer and had a good site picture I realised it was EGKH, a busy parachutist airfield also along the same stretch of railway. Quickly did a 180 and being a foolish person in his early 20s never told anyone. Given how strictly I knew I had to fly in that area due to London Gatwick proximity to Redhill (they really come down on anyone who busts their airspace) I’m quite lucky it wasn’t Gatwick I flew into EGKR is top centre on this chart: https://images.app.goo.gl/8tpn6RNXAMY4sMeJ8 You can see goldstone VRP where you call in at when first talking to the tower.

Vor 9 Monate
Vipere
Vipere

Jesus this is a clown car of an airspace

Vor 10 Monate
TheAirplaneDriver
TheAirplaneDriver

Tower, “Is there an instructor on board?” Pilot, “”Welllll......yes, but he told me to tell you he’s not here.” Seriously though, as a FAASTeam rep I did remedial training for a newly minted private pilot that busted ORD Bravo airspace a number of years ago. I’m not saying it is a common problem, but I can certainly see how it could happen to an inexperienced pilot. Especially in that seriously congested airspace around LAX.

Vor 10 Monate
Flynn Charge
Flynn Charge

i would love to learn to read these maps/charts they just look like a bunch of lines to me any good material where i can learn

Vor 10 Monate
Jamey Lane
Jamey Lane

Another small plane pilot.

Vor 10 Monate
2660016A
2660016A

From the change his tone of voice, it’s as if the Cessna pilot figures out what just happened, despite being told by the approach controller that no one flagged him up. Wonder what made him twig.

Vor 10 Monate
Darth Vader
Darth Vader

Whenever the title mentions 'Cessna' you know it's going to be trouble...🤣

Vor 10 Monate
Keith Thompson
Keith Thompson

Bravo , why did it have to be Bravo ! The pilot sounded crestfallen after the ATC rebuke .

Vor 10 Monate
Alexander Adrian Vargas
Alexander Adrian Vargas

Never thought I'd see a video involving a Costa Rican airline or flight, that being my native country.

Vor 11 Monate
chuckschilling
chuckschilling

I would not want to be an inexperienced GA pilot in that airspace. No way, no how.

Vor 11 Monate
Christian S.
Christian S.

I suppose he only used paper charts and maybe a typical small GA aircraft onboard GPS like GNS430. This is a good example of how using a moving map software on a tablet (=that is able to give audio alarms - e.g. via bluetooth connection to the headset - whenever approaching controlled, restricted or prohibited airspace, including even temporary restrictions via NOTAM activation) can be of great help (ForeFlight, SkyDemon...), preferably with backup on a second tablet. I believe that airspace violations are completely unnecessary with such cheap tools. Sadly flight schools often only teach the old-school whiskey compass and paper chart method, combined with visual references on the ground and sometimes VOR bearings. While this still is an important skill to have when everything else fails, I really think it's about due time for flight training to adapt more to modern possibilities. Without knowing about the specific pilot in this video, I would also hypothesize that navigation style is sometimes a matter of age/generation and that someone who was trained 30 or 40 years ago and ever since only navigated via whiskey compass (and with reluctance towards modern tools) is more likely to encounter airspace violations in an unfamiliar and complex airspace.

Vor 11 Monate
LtRiot
LtRiot

This is why EVERY call made by a student flying solo should end with STUDENT PILOT. Let ATC know you are new, so they keep an eye on you. I almost made one with a Navy P3 doing pattern work in Jacksonville because of a similar situation back in my day

Vor 11 Monate
Daniel M. Hendricks
Daniel M. Hendricks

How do you know that this was a student pilot? It sounded to me like he more accurately lacked experience and made a serious error.

Vor 10 Monate
enthalpy
enthalpy

Holy shit Hawthorne is literally touching the class B if you try to make left traffic for runway 7...

Vor 11 Monate
Luis fernando Bruno Guzman
Luis fernando Bruno Guzman

Well thanks everybody for your comments....I just retired from flying in June 2019 !!!!! Best regards!!!!!!!

Vor 11 Monate
Jonathan
Jonathan

I just found this video, congratulations on your retirement! Best wishes for a restful retirement!!!!

Vor Monat
MattHeaven
MattHeaven

@Luis fernando Bruno Guzman what would be a good way to stay in touch with you? It will be a few years, but I’ll take you up on your offer!

Vor 2 Monate
Luis fernando Bruno Guzman
Luis fernando Bruno Guzman

@MattHeaven let me know next time visiting Costa Rica

Vor 2 Monate
MattHeaven
MattHeaven

@Luis fernando Bruno Guzman that’s fantastic! My dad visited Costa Rica with the Army. He absolutely loved the people and said it was gorgeous. I hope to visit someday!

Vor 2 Monate
Luis fernando Bruno Guzman
Luis fernando Bruno Guzman

@MattHeaven thanks!!!!! Now I am dedicaste to gardening here in Costa Rica my home place

Vor 2 Monate
DISOP tv
DISOP tv

I'd have that controller strung up for not giving Costa Rica a heads up on the traffic. They obviously knew about it and had it's location.

Vor 11 Monate
bruchpilot747
bruchpilot747

n53440 is fitted with a gt750. this shouldn't have happened, even with the pf not being familiar in the area and being diverted. Hit the direct button, hit nearest and activate a direct hhr

Vor 11 Monate
DSC800
DSC800

Straight outta Compton (to Hawthorne).

Vor year
Brian
Brian

This is why im not buying a cessna

Vor year
Tiger Squire
Tiger Squire

Wow HHR way to take control of the situation! uh uh get off my frequency..

Vor year
Minecraft Compilation
Minecraft Compilation

Harrison Ford again ?

Vor year
- Luiz
- Luiz

Why didn't the Cessna climb when he got the TCAS advisory? That guy was absolutely nuts.

Vor year
Mackey1500
Mackey1500

I think the instructor comment was alittle unprofessional.

Vor year
Jerry Traveler
Jerry Traveler

But funny AF.And deserved.

Vor 7 Monate
Future President
Future President

"Possible pilot deviation, I have a number for you to call, let me know when you're ready to copy".

Vor year
Jerry Traveler
Jerry Traveler

1-800-Fly-Delta

Vor 7 Monate
David Wooden
David Wooden

I hope that VOC4049 did not experience to much prop wash from NS3440. Yes it is a joke

Vor year
girald S
girald S

Good thing TCAS exists.. EVERY pilot should have a paper or digital sectional when fling near busy airspace. Plan your flight. The freeway would have been an excellent indicator. The air Traffic Controllers are going to drop the hammer on you when you violate since there are thousands of souls coming in.... Its good that the VOC reacted and maintained visual sep. Even a close pass, could have dropped that cessna from wake turbulence alone.

Vor year
Simo
Simo

"Do you have an instructor onboard" *LARGE SIZE OOF*

Vor year
mdb831
mdb831

I had Boston approach tell me I busted bravo airspace once. He was wrong and tried to bully me. I told him no worries I was 100 percent sure. I was on a GPS track, I had the Boston altimeter, and I had a huge landmark outside the correct window.

Vor year
Borax
Borax

Could he have thought he was doing lax special flight rules?

Vor year
pspicer777
pspicer777

It sounds to me as if the pilot made a mistake then tried to correct it. Luckily the heavy could see him and avoid. The ATC also seems to have done a good job. Thankfully nothing bad happed.

Vor year
Will Kelly
Will Kelly

I have a grand total of 102 hrs, sweet jesus that was bad.

Vor year
FoilHattiest
FoilHattiest

Didn't seem like a particularly lax airspace to me.

Vor year
firstname
firstname

Lol 🤣

Vor 3 Monate
Jack Cade
Jack Cade

Hawthorn tower ATC should have done more. Turn around climb & maintain to 3,000 ft caution airbus on final, then given him SoCal. Pilot biffed, big time. There's no question, but there was almost a mid-air collision and evasive maneuvers on final were taken. ATC could have prevented that. Turn Cessna left 90°, climb & maintain 3000, Wait a minute , left turn 90°, contact SoCal. That would have kept everyone safe.

Vor year
Fred Ferd
Fred Ferd

In the 1960's I was a student pilot, flying Cessna 150's. I've handed at Hawthorne, and it is possible to mix it up with LAX, especially if you're not familiar with the area. Fortunately, I had an instructor on board at the time, or I never would have attempted such a flight. And, yes, I could see LAX in the distance, only because he pointed it out to me. After landing, we went up into the tower to observe (with the tower's permission, they had a phone on the ground). While we were there (being VERY quiet) some yoyo in a light airplane with no radio communications flew the length of the runway and then did a pattern. Tower tried, but could not contact him. As he went buy one of the tower guys got out a red light with a handle, like WWII stuff, flashed it at the pilot, and said, (Quote)"ZAAP! You're Sterile!" The pilot made another circuit, and the tower cleared everybody out of his way. As he came in on final, the tower flashed him a green light. We thanked the tower people and diplomatically left at that time. The tower people were not happy with stupidity. If your situational awareness is faulty - you will die.

Vor year
Darkside1355
Darkside1355

Finally airspace in familiar with

Vor year
8literbeater
8literbeater

Make a 360 and go the other way!

Vor year
REAPER SOVEREIGN
REAPER SOVEREIGN

You’re thumbnails crack me up lmao

Vor year
Jon Dough
Jon Dough

I am fascinated and confused by this channel. Fascinated, because of the drama that is portrayed by the videos. I'm also fascinated by the professionalism of the actors involved. It has me spell-bound. I"m not associated with the airline business, and get frustrated when I don't either understand the incident or the specialized lingo. With this video, I watched it and scratched my head. I knew that something serious and threatening had occurred, but didn't know what it was. I read the comments, spent an hour on them, and then re-watched. Aha! I said. Now I understand more fully. Thanks to VASAviation, and the pilots and ATCs who comment, I have a much clearer idea of what happened here, and what might have happened if not for the quick thinking of the 4090 pilot. Thank you all

Vor year
Robert Stack
Robert Stack

Can someone explain why a bus and a car colliding or almost colliding isn't here on ytube. And that's not affirmative that's an interrogative. Guess the answer would be that the plebs with their jesters strapped to a seat in the first trash baggage compartment get more priority because they would scream for 10 or 15 seconds prior to emolation. Hell a car and bus or a truck and bus , zero time, zero press. Why.........HYPE!!!

Vor year
Casey Cappoen
Casey Cappoen

"traffic traffic, descend, descend now!!, Clear of Conflict"

Vor year
Killian O'Shaughnessy
Killian O'Shaughnessy

The takeaway: Do not land your aircraft in LA unless your life is in immediate danger and landing your aircraft in LA is the only option to save your life. lmao

Vor year
RevMarket
RevMarket

l bet you can’t sit down anymore?! Better get a pillow?

Vor Monat
Killian O'Shaughnessy
Killian O'Shaughnessy

@El Professor Aleman Thank you 😉

Vor 3 Monate
El Professor Aleman
El Professor Aleman

Top dumbest comment I have read today. 🙄

Vor 3 Monate
Omnishambles
Omnishambles

You'll need a plane just to get out of LAX, at least any time this decade

Vor 6 Monate

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