Crippled Airbus A380, saved by Pros! | Qantas flight 32

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    An Airbus A380 suffers a catastrophic uncontained engine failure on one of its 4 RollsRoyce engines. This sets off a chain of events that could have easily cascaded into a full blown catastrophe if it wasn't for the cool, professional and knowledgable handling by the 5 pilots and 24 cabin-crew onboard. This is a masterclass in CRM and how things should be handled when sudden technical failures appears on the flightdeck. This is the story of Qantas flight 32 and all the little details that you need to know without the dramatic music of air-crash investigations.
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Will Challenge
Will Challenge

@JIM DEZ Alpha male leadership is another problem. Aussies are very good at questioning authority. Hence a junior pilot is much more likely to speak out if the Captain is making mistakes. A KLM pilot killed 583 people in Tenerife during to his arrogance. The co pilot knew he was messing up and failed to intervene. Turkish airlines has the same problem and a disastrous safety record to match. I would contend that all muslim flight crews have this barrier to consultation. I would also contend that Indian pilots are less likely to consult a co pilot who is from a lower caste

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JIM DEZ
JIM DEZ

@Will Challenge YEP , CAN'T SEE THAT HAPPENING WITH QANTAS LOL

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Will Challenge
Will Challenge

@JIM DEZ I am happy to fly with Qantas, Singapore and Cathay and oher western airlines. I prefer to know that if there us a problem, the pilot will fight to the death to save his plane. I will not fly with an airline where the pilot is likely to give up and pray to Allah

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JIM DEZ
JIM DEZ

@Will Challenge Thank's look's like I will be flying QUANTAS from now on ..

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Will Challenge
Will Challenge

@JIM DEZ It is the longest serving airline to have never lost a hull or had a death caused by accident. There have been a number of incidents. The most notable is a 747 that overshot a runway on landing and a damaged super constellation in the 1950's

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Chris Zinner
Chris Zinner

Just seen this video now even though it's a little older.. great work as usual. But didn't anybody recognise that gameboy laying on the table in the back? What games may the Mentour Pilot play up there in the sky, we'll possibly never know..? XD ps.: ist that otherthing next to the gameboy a vr-headset?

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IrishBog
IrishBog

Hey when a flight number is involved in an accident do they retire that number from future use?

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blueridgebikeman
blueridgebikeman

Mentour Pilot offers the BEST and most insightful analyses of air disasters!

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walt2840
walt2840

Love the pillows.

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Muck006
Muck006

It makes absolute sense that THE CAPTAIN IN THE CHAIR is the "top dog" ... and everyone else is "advisor".

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Derik Venter
Derik Venter

Can you please do a video about micro-bursts?

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JustinDrexler
JustinDrexler

I'd been watching for 8 minutes and hadn't even spotted the woofies!!!!

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Mentour Pilot
Mentour Pilot

They blend in well!

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Tiger Tiger
Tiger Tiger

Mate…, I’m a in…, our father was a Loco driver through the King County of NZ North Island… he would tell us young biys of the great stories of the hero of railroads.. as well as stories like this.. I’m a older man now.., and with how you tell and respect this story..🙏 I feel like I’m right back there on our fathers “knee”… He like you.. tell this in a way that had us believe that we were worthy of it and were somehow ourselves… up for being part of it…, like you and he are preparing us… 🌹🙏 Cheers mate

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Matt X
Matt X

YouTube did me a favour today and lead me to your channel. You're absolutely brilliant!!! Thank you so much!

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Michael McNeil
Michael McNeil

The Spirit Of Australia has become the spirit of horse trailers. How in god's name did they elect criminals?

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dmisso42
dmisso42

I'm a theatre lighting tech. If we had a lamp that didn't work we traced the fault back from the lamp to the wiring to the dimmer to the fuse. The show had to go on. I could not I'm amagine what pressure these guys were under!

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Henryk Matulewicz
Henryk Matulewicz

I read the book. It was detailed and informative. The captain and head steward received awards for their actions in this incident.

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Hugo Masias
Hugo Masias

Great videos, Mentour Pilot (!)

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robert dickson
robert dickson

This guy needs a good editor. Someone that can cut 200 words to less than 100 without losing the sense.

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jimmy wrangles
jimmy wrangles

24 minutes in before I noticed you have a dog. Glad I wasn't flying that plane. 25 minutes in before I noticed you have two dogs.

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Kris Marcotte
Kris Marcotte

"Bad news; we can't dump any fuel, but we've too heavy to land. Good news; we're loosing fuel!"

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PreNeanderthal
PreNeanderthal

When all else fails: Press Crtl > Alt > Delete

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Buffalo de Bill
Buffalo de Bill

A bit OT - your puppies / dogs are just adorable :-)

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Daniel Broadbridge
Daniel Broadbridge

This story is told as one of heroics where the pilot saved the plane. But do we have any idea how close they came to crashing? Have pilots tested in simulators for similar scenarios, and if so, how did they respond?

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BigCooter.com
BigCooter.com

12 minutes in, OMG there are TWO DOGS on the couch!! .. LOL, thought they were pillows or a blanket !

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Ryan Atkinson
Ryan Atkinson

Amazingly handled. That could have been a disaster had it not been for the flight crew doing everything right

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Chris Charla
Chris Charla

The story is so stressfull and yet the dogs are so calm!

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John Yves
John Yves

Not to take away from the merits of the flight crew, they exercised what they where getting paid and trained for : Airmanship! Many crew members have suffered far more crippling conditions. I once lost all 4 engines on my 747 freighter at night crossing the Andes mountains with only 6000 feet of spare altitude from the high grounds and with a crew of 3 . We did what we had to do and survived with mere seconds left to live. Because we where a freighter, only our company, the FAA and the engine manufacturer got to enquire what happened and no one tried to turn this event in a d&p show with medals , books and whistles at the end. Some pilots credit themselves with more glory than they deserve. Ask military pilots what it feels like to get a SAM lock on their tail ! Pilots should remain humble at all times . It is their job to master all conditions and they are trained for it !

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Patrick Doyle
Patrick Doyle

Captain telling the passengers we're having technical difficulties !! Yeah management have fucked up again with cut backs or shoddy workmanship in the workshop.. take your pick.. Why are the flight controls in certain parts of the plane not given protection in the form of piping to cover them from damage ! it would make sense.. Yeah i know its adding weight to a small degree. But better that than losing the whole plane...

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Dark Star
Dark Star

Did they only have one set of steps ?

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ㅇ 。ΛTTΞNIΞSΞ
ㅇ 。ΛTTΞNIΞSΞ

Fascinating. Thank you. “What works on the plane” reminded me of Apollo 13: Flt. Director Gene Krantz was portrayed to have asked the same question (‘what works on the spacecraft).

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Jasen Wright
Jasen Wright

Similar type of incident on Saudia: Quick , break out the prayer mats!!

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Top List
Top List

6 pilots are you kidding me

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name
name

Those dogs have no clue what you're talking about, they look so peaceful

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Crivo152
Crivo152

Great video. Ciao, Marco.

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Nader Alqam
Nader Alqam

Please do an episode about Air France 447

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Alice Totterdown
Alice Totterdown

Hi. New subscriber here. Just wondering and I'm sure I know the answer thinking about it but I'd like to hear your thoughts. As to why the crew chose not to continue the holding pattern for longer to burn off fuel and weight before going in to land ? Or where they unable to controll the center of gravity ? Also would the engines be burning muck fuel at lower altitudes. It seems that was one hell of an aircrew on that flight ! Including the passengers. Got to say it makes me shiver Imagining seeing the end of the runway only stopping coming closer at just 150 meters. I'd always want to go ing for landing as light as posible Thanks for the energy you bought to that story. Sure to be watching more of your videos.

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Well that went badly
Well that went badly

QANTAS has brilliant safety history despite management.

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Doc Mangler
Doc Mangler

I'm pretty sure the dog to the HIS left is just a stuffed prop.

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Mich Ritch
Mich Ritch

If I were a pilot with an emergency I would love to have 4 other very competent pilots at hand. What a team.

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Madeleine H
Madeleine H

As an Australian, I have a strange patriotic pride for Qantas

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Michael O
Michael O

Some Kevlar sleeving for those wire trunk spans across where the engines are seems wise.

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DrHarryT
DrHarryT

@14:00 I was thinking...Checking what IS working would be a shorter list. Edit: Ironically @14:30 you mention that's what the captain actually did.

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Killerspieler0815
Killerspieler0815

Excelent job by the pilots incl. the off duty pilot ! this runaway engine more often happens to diesel cars ... a fuel block valve would be practical (starve of fuel) ... also cars can be starved of air by blocking the intake the right way (Not appicable to palnes unless the engine is flooded with a high performance firefighting cannon with a special mixture)

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tobuslieven
tobuslieven

13:01 "We can't dump our fuel to get below max landing weight. But don't worry, we're leaking fuel at a prodigious rate."

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Lee Ann Galkowski
Lee Ann Galkowski

Sometimes I don't hear what he's saying, it's like Wha Wha Wha..., because I am too focused on the dogs. I wish I could be that relaxed!!

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Steven Loynds
Steven Loynds

Makes me a proud Australian we have one of the if not the best airlines in the word. Great video.

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Jon Larsen
Jon Larsen

I think it's nuts to pack 400 people into an airplane.

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Jim Gill
Jim Gill

"A Short History of Nearly Everything" by Bill Bryson is the most interesting book that I've ever listened to. It is my all time favorite book. Thanks.

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Anuraag Tiwari
Anuraag Tiwari

Another excellent video

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A H
A H

I have nothing to do with flying planes or do I ever fly. I just enjoy your technical narration. Keep it up sir...

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Susi Colin
Susi Colin

Your snoozing dogs are adorable. As a person who is more comfortable in the water than in the air, I find it very calming that an airplane which is so badly damaged can still land safely - a little bit of luck, of course, being necessary.

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James Street
James Street

From what I can see, QF32, was one of the best examples of CRM as has ever been seen along with a display of superb airmanship. This flight along with the equally superb airmanship and CRM of Capt Al Haynes and Capt Denny Fitch on board United flight 232. Every one of the crew members on both these flights went above and beyond what could ever be dreamed of resulting in many lives being saved. Although there were lives lost on United flight 232, were it not for the courage, skill and determination of the crew, every life on board would have been lost. RIP Al and Denny. I hope to meet you both one day.

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Andy Breglia
Andy Breglia

The misuse of the word "shrapnel" is a common mistake. A shrapnel shell is a shell with a small explosive core surrounded by a load of ball bearings. In triple-A use with proximity fuses, you have air bursts next to enemy aircraft. In land battles, you use time fuses to get air bursts over enemy troop concentrations. The Nazi FLAK batteries used time fuses to get air bursts on our bomber formations. "FLAK" is always capitalized because it is a German acronym. I was told the shrapnel shell was invented by a man named Shrapnel. I served in both armor and reinforced infantry. Dad served in artillery. What you were talking about was was fan blade fragments.

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Herr Unsinn
Herr Unsinn

10:03 I don't know what kind of doggie downers Petter gives those pups... but I think I want some. 😅 😂 🤣

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Chris Sim
Chris Sim

so you´re telling me the pilots got checked by a check-captain, who got checked by a check-captain-check-captain, who got checked by check-captain-check-captain-wreck-plane?

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Daniel keirstead sr
Daniel keirstead sr

I saw the one where the pilot and co pilot were distracted by a landing gear lamp and they got so into changing the bulbs around they forgot to fly the plane and crashed.

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BassGirlSusan
BassGirlSusan

Proud to be a Queenslander...just like QANTAS originally was.

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fanatic26
fanatic26

Honestly 2 hours getting off a plane sounds relatively normal in a large airport lol

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Christian Wiese
Christian Wiese

As an engineer, my question is: Why are the firefighters not able to shut down an engine from the outside? Cut the fuel or switch the re-ignition?

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Mentour Pilot
Mentour Pilot

Normally there is no need but in this case all controls were damaged by the debris

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The Field Workshop
The Field Workshop

Imagine if countries, nation states, were managed with the same level of professionalism, .. if in fact to hold office, one had to go through training, be tested and pass exams, ... the more senior the position, so the more rigorous the examination. I think there'd be a lot of empty desks. 🤣

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Guy Bonfiglio
Guy Bonfiglio

One internet side note is how Qantas management found out about the incident. The was an instant and massive drop in the Qantas stock price. Someone had posted a picture of some engine parts on Instagram and one one of them you could clearly see the flying kangaroo logo.

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Pauline Wait
Pauline Wait

Love the pooches

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Markus Griebling
Markus Griebling

No, I don't understand when you say you look forward to every comment. I have once relayed to you (pilots should always try to improve their skills) that you have a major malfunction in your pronunciation. It isn't stabilize when you say it, it is actually staybilize. You make this fehler multiple times in your videos and it seems you are too proud to correct your english. (which is clearly not your main language). Most people would appreciate this advice, but it seems you don't.

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John Waller
John Waller

what flight sim apps do you recommend Petter?

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Shiboline M'Ress
Shiboline M'Ress

Love your doggos!

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IQneg
IQneg

Excellent video - thanks a lot!

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Gemetics
Gemetics

Are those emergency replacement beards on your couch ? Really I know pilots like to have redundant systems in case of failure, but to have multiple redundancies for a system as unimportant as a beard is just a waste of space. To make things worse those emergency beards look like dogs, surely you could come up with a better system ?

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dsy1081
dsy1081

There are a few aviation incidents that I revisit every once a while. This is one of them - always learn something new. Your video was excellent! Love the concept of evaluating what's working, rather than focusing on what's not. I also think the lesson of staying within glideslope to your intended airport is a good one when you aren't sure that your situation is stable, but you need any time you have to evaluate the situation. I'm reminded of the recent 737 ditch in Hawaii.

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Jess Leyva
Jess Leyva

Excellent account! What could have been a catastrophic loss, instead yielded many lessons learned for aviation, including how a machinist should make quality tubes … Rolls Royce discovered that drilling a hole in a cylindrical rod (to make the oil tube which burst in flight) must be done with extreme centering precision, in order to yield safe structural margins.

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Dallas Sukerkin
Dallas Sukerkin

Even not fully comprehending the scale of what these guys were dealing with it is clear that they were great at their jobs! It was almost as if the aircraft was trying to suicide it had so many problems!

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Cleopatra Oatcake
Cleopatra Oatcake

That sleepy little doggy leg hanging down in the back!

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awedoggo
awedoggo

is that an original gameboy on the desk?

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Barry Calaway
Barry Calaway

What about doing a video on the Mt. Erebus disaster? I think there's a cover up on this accident

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orlando gil
orlando gil

What is the name of your beautiful dogs?

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Jim Steinway
Jim Steinway

It’s amazing to me why they run major cables by the engines. With computer advances they should use more data bus type communication and run the main busses away from the engine areas that can be severed by uncontained engine failures with only engine data routed out to that area . This is how modern jet fighters work but their engines are main components of the air frame so it’s harder to do that. But on a huge plane like this with tons of real estate it should be easier to avoid uncontained failures with data cables

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Thomas Mortimore
Thomas Mortimore

Each engine generator powers an AC Electrical BUS so that’s likely why they’re located there. Also hydraulics still have to go to the flight controls, flaps and slats in the wings and electrical cables to the lights at the wing tips. Modern fighter jets don’t have their engines on the wings.

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V
V

Hello Petter, I love your pups, really awesome to see them so relaxed and happy. :) I wanted to say thank you for providing so much detail, for your educational videos throughout each episode - giving us a rare glimpse into the evidence and flight procedures, rather than all the fluff that other channels provide. Your eloquent and professional description (without judgment) is much appreciated. BTW - my mum knew the first pilot that tested the Harrier Jump Jet aka Widowmaker. I come from a family of military aviators from the UK. Something that I find controversial is that given the amount of passengers and the fact that the aircraft had a leak and ignition source I was shocked really that evacuation wasn’t immediate. I am certified Level II Firefighter and Level I Hazmat. I understand the crew wanted to make sure no one was hurt but things could have gone horribly wrong – a broken leg can heal, but burns take years of skin grafting. I had an accident when I was younger and had third degree burns on my arm down to my ankle I spent over a year in the hospital recovering. If a fire broke out on the airline (even though fire crew were there on the ground), there may have been seconds to evacuate - as we have seen in other accidents where some people burned to death. Anytime you have leaking fuel and an ignition source the key is to get everyone as far away as possible and for firefighters to operate at a safe enough distance if an explosion occurs.  I wanted to highlight this in hopes that you might talk about the risks of keeping people on the aircraft v.s. immediate evacuation. What do you think the risks are of immediate evacuation v.s. keeping people on the airline?

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Alexander
Alexander

The senior check-pilot should have at end said "This has all been a setup. Congratulaltions, you have all passed."

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Gandy dancer
Gandy dancer

Do I understand that they used only one door to disembark the passengers, despite having 8 on each side? That decision might not have looked so good if a fire had started. Also, did I understand that the plane was put in a holding pattern "almost" within glide range? Further, given the difficulty stopping and the fire hazard posed by the brakes, I wonder about the decision to not burn more fuel. Yes, it couldn't be dumped and the failure of the tank-to-tank pumps posed trim difficulties, but could differential burn have been tried to address that?

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Thomas Mortimore
Thomas Mortimore

@Gandy dancer section 1.12.2 PASSENGER DISEMBARKATION on page 29 of the report. The observation of the ATSB was “Given that there was no indication of an immediate threat to the safety of those on board, and that the option of an immediate evacuation remained throughout, the crew’s decision to evacuate via the stairs likely provided the safest option. With the uncontrolled No. 1 engine, fuel leakage hazard and the large number of passengers, the airport emergency services action to control the passengers in proximity to the aircraft reduced risk to the passengers themselves, the crew and emergency services.” The whole section details the crew actions Chapter 6.3. OTHER FINDINGS “The crew’s decision to perform a precautionary disembarkation via the stairs likely provided the safest option, particularly given the low immediate safety threat and the elevated risks associated with an emergency evacuation into a potentially hazardous external environment.” And if you read into the report the oil leak caused the turbine disk to overspeed. The overspeed then stressed the disk to shatter

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Gandy dancer
Gandy dancer

@Thomas Mortimore Editing my response to this has repeatedly caused YouTube to delete it, so I will restart from scratch. If that causes multiple replies to appear.... sorry. No one is asking you to "explain" the report. As best I can tell the atsb report concentrates entirely on the engine failure aspect, and does not address the emergency management issues that I've raised at all. If you can point to where it does so, by all means do, but don't send me on fool's errands to look for support for YOUR contentions in places where there doesn't appear to be any. It appears, btw, that Rolls Royce knew of the out-of-spec oil tubes back in 2009 but found reasons to do nothing about the ones that had already been installed. And the big fix announced at the press conference linked to from their page on this accident is a software fix to abort overspeeding the engine, never mind that the engine blew up b/c of leaked oil ignition, not overspeeding. As far as I can see there isn't much support for the "trust the experts" line I've been getting here in that.

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Thomas Mortimore
Thomas Mortimore

@Gandy dancer why don’t you you go and read the report for yourself? I can’t be asked to explain it all when the report is available online for anyone to read

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Gandy dancer
Gandy dancer

@Thomas Mortimore No, I am not familiar with the A380 electrical system. Nor did I need to be to see the flaw in your assertion that inerting was relevant. Even if it would work w/o power, which you have not answered. "AC BUS 1 and the ESS BUSS were powered on ground" How nice. And how far into the plane do these busses run? "There was little to no risk of a fire breaking out and engulfing the plane." Ipse dixit is not an argument. And I've provided alternate possible sources of ignition for a damaged plane which you have not addressed. "The fire would take a while to burn through the skin of the aircraft anyway" You're assuming "burn through" rather than "blow up through". My exact point from the beginning is that "monitoring" doesn't guarantee you any time to react. "If a fire did break out the fire crews were already in scene..." How nice. And, no doubt, monitoring the situation and ready to begin recovering bodies. How were they planning to get to the passengers, btw? "... and cabin crew at the doors ready to deploy." You read this in the report somewhere? "You weren’t the pilot, I doubt you are a pilot or you’d see things differently." That's exactly why I'm not unduly motivated to present pilots as normally omniscient and infallible. I note you didn't answer my question about what Mentour thought the pilots were monitoring. If those two busses were powered does that mean there WERE instruments for them to monitor? How deep into the wings are the sensors located?

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Thomas Mortimore
Thomas Mortimore

@Gandy dancer I take it you’re not familiar with the A380 electrical system? The DC system is powered through the AC system. If there is no AC then it’s by battery power only and even then it’s very limited. You weren’t the pilot, I doubt you are a pilot or you’d see things differently. There was little to no risk of a fire breaking out and engulfing the plane. If a fire did break out the fire crews were already in scene and cabin crew at the doors ready to deploy. The fire would take a while to burn through the skin of the aircraft anyway Reading through the report only AC BUS 1 and the ESS BUSS were powered on ground.

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Bisexual SmoothTalker
Bisexual SmoothTalker

Has someone ever green screened that pillow?

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W. Fitz.
W. Fitz.

in 1975 we should have become a statistic. I was on a TWA flight from Koln-Bonn to Vancouver and while looking out the window I already told my wife this is taking too long to get in the air. We just got off the ground when I saw the boundary fence go under us just under the bottom of the aircraft. We landed in Shannon Ireland "for provisions" 3/4 of an hour later. Red flag soon as I heard that announcement. Long story short we flew from Shannon to Vancouver on the same plane after 9 hours of replacing something on one of the engines. Everybody was pleased except me I think. To me flying over the Atlantic in a plane that was crippled just hours before was a daunting prospect.

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thomas turner
thomas turner

great you mention cameras facing the the wing section at least the pilots can see the wings n belly of the plane...all aircraft should be fitted with cameras so the pilots can see in real time...

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thomas turner
thomas turner

gota be aussie pilots go Qantas...

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PahaLukki
PahaLukki

The dogs are so cute and peaceful.

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Seek Truth
Seek Truth

Well done Quantas pilots and kudos to the captain who handled this situation so professionally. He is to be especially commended for treating the passengers with respect and dignity and not cattle to be told what to do and otherwise ignored as a nuisance. Maybe our would would be so much better if the abundance of arrogant self-serving politicians would also treat people with dignity and respect and not so much cattle to be dealt with. So much of our problems stem directly to the self-serving arrogance of politicians who think they are our betters and we are to just shut up and do what they say, or else.

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Emily Grace 엠일리 그레이스
Emily Grace 엠일리 그레이스

What I love about this channel’s comment section is one person will make a joke and then a pilot will show up with a five paragraph informational essay supporting / debunking the joke! I genuinely enjoy that

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Bill McQ
Bill McQ

Good one cobber!

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cstatsmann
cstatsmann

1st engine: Aight, Imma head out 2nd engine: I would never give up!! Pilots: could you please just stop now 2nd engine: NEVER!!

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Dale Monster
Dale Monster

Channel rocks man!!

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Euquila
Euquila

CRM = flight resource management

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rubes
rubes

THE DOGS 😍😂

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Email Admin
Email Admin

I love your dogs

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Michael Mappin
Michael Mappin

I watched two previous vids without the pups. I like it better when they are there. Love your vids. Have you covered Tenerife yet?

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santiago quevedo
santiago quevedo

i see all your videos. Wonderful

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goldreserve
goldreserve

The pilots more concerned with PR and the reputation of the airline than getting passengers to safety. Don't want photographs of people going down emergency chutes. Should've evacuated. Putting people lives at risk.

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Thomas Mortimore
Thomas Mortimore

Where was the risk? Fire? You mean the fuel being smothered by foam to prevent ignition and brakes being cooled by fire fighters risk?

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Barbara Norman
Barbara Norman

Am I the only one who thinks it's "pushing it" to have so many pilots on the same plane 🤔

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Ezra B
Ezra B

The video you reference at the beginning, "Flying across Europe with a BROKEN engine! Smartwings 1125," as well as the preceding accident-investigation videos (possibly just two?), seem to be missing from the start of the "Aviation Accidents explained" playlist. For future viewers, possibly you could put them in? (Right now the playlist starts with this confusing reference to a preceding video.)

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Ninan Samuel
Ninan Samuel

Hi Mentour Pilot. I like your different types of videos (your dogs too). Will you be able to do a video on the Air India crash in August 2020 in Kozhikode (CCJ). It says it was caused because it is a table top runway.. are they dangerous?

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didyuknow
didyuknow

engine fairings continuing to fail to contain shrapnel flying towards the mainbody and wings. Can they be better designed to protect the rest of the plane?

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Brian Lopez
Brian Lopez

Why no armour protection to cable bundles ? Why no multiple external cameras facing onto the plane to view key elements ?

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Thomas Mortimore
Thomas Mortimore

Cameras have never been determined to change the outcome of an accident when everything else worked. Also depending what system they were powered off they could have had power cut to them anyway

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Jean-Claude D
Jean-Claude D

The use of multiple cameras in the making of this episode can be distracting. But I also love the dogs in the shot, and how they suddenly move from one take to another.. Or when they decide, "Daddy, pet me" during a shot.. It's a nice touch that makes the overall presentation very real and less stuffy.

Vor 2 Monate
Tsiney Kinori
Tsiney Kinori

I feel like the explanations in your videos are a bit long. Just a thought. I do love your dedication and quality explanations.

Vor 2 Monate
Kadenze
Kadenze

in the pub later: Check Captain: so uhh, did I pass? Sr. Check Captain: no, you approached a roundabout in the left lane when turning right

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The Emperor's Shoeshiner
The Emperor's Shoeshiner

The cockpit was cramped with professionals and professional checkers of professionals. Pilot 1: "Divert 50% of turbine energy into forward shields!" Pilot 2: "Sir, this is an airplane! We don't have shields!" Pilot 1: _rips out a handful of cables from console and rewires them:_ "We do now!"

Vor 2 Monate

Nächster

iPhone 13 is HERE...

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iPhone 13 is HERE...

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How YOU can land a passenger aircraft! 12 steps

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"The HONEST pre-flight safety video" - Reaction!

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MD-11 Runway Excursion in Mumbai

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Einer MUSS es beantworten ... 😳 | Bibi

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Einer MUSS es beantworten ... 😳 | Bibi

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Rammstein - Asche zu Asche (Official Lyric Video)

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