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Would you guys call this a diversion because of an unruly passenger? :D
When the bird is too lazy to fly south to it boards a plane instead
"Disembarked" cracked me up. Guess they couldn't find handcuffs small enough to say apprehended.
I love how he is almost embarassed to say the reason. But when they talk about rolling the trucks (and potentially raising the amounts of cost and reports) he has to explain it.
@Chana Bayla I don''t care if you found it offensive or not, follow the law.
VeritechCEO You know birds can fly into a jet bridge or a remote stand will work. Jet bridge via crew entrance or passenger entrance when the crew uses it. *Crew = employee or a cockpit member.
Hmm... end of December? Bird realized it forgot to fly south for the winter and was just grabbing a ride on Delta.
Meanwhile in Boeing head office Lads add check for birds in the takeoff checklist
I've used to work for an airline in Brazil and the same thing occured! Was a shuttle flight from CGH to SDU, in a 737-700. A pigeon entered the airplane while it sit's in the ramp, with rears doors opened. The crew only find out the bird when they landed and re opened the rears doors at SDU ramp; the pigeon "rocketed" out the 737... lol!
Someone in his flock must have challenged that bird to a speed and altitude contest.
Smart bird. Instead of flying south for the winter on it's own, it hitched a ride instead.
I really hope that bird showed it's boarding pass
How'd the bird even get in there?
when bird is the word
just open the nearest window :)
Change call sign to DELTA 1943 FORMATION.
Delta Airlines V : The Bird Strikes Back Journey To the Center of the Cockpit Tinker, Pilot, Bird, Land Me and Jane and the Flying Plane One Flew Over in the Pilot's Nest Just a Suggestion for movie titles in case this miraculous moment gets a movie Like Sully.
That was a nice bird. Instead of being one of those old Japanese Kamikaze (or more modern Taliban) birds tweeting Allahu Akbar and living in nests that looks like turbans, that one just wanted to learn how to fly... ...A plane. Why being destructive when you can do something constructive?
Is it a flight of two, and unruly passengers, or a bird strike?
The birdie was disembarked 🤣
That poor bird. 😭😭😭
The fastest that bird will ever fly.
That's why you always have a shotgun in the cockpit.
1:00 and a Space Shuttle traffic in the middle of it. Or above. :P
Other planes are diverting because of bird flying into the plane, this one is diverting because of a bird IN the cockpit
Bet that bird was thinking he finally made it to the big time!
What happens to runway numbers when magnetic declination changes?
It's a bird! It's a plane! It's Super.... oh never mind.
Can't figure out if it was a hijacking or a kidnapping! :D
I wonder if they had the stairs pull up to the door to let the stowaway off or just made go out the window...
Maybe this is an unpopular opinion, but they could've just killed the thing once they had a moment of free time. Seems easier than delaying the entire flight for the sake of a little animal.
A Blackbird inside the cockpit
Wasn’t it also on a Delta flight where there was a bat loose in the cabin?
This bird strike was an inside job!
Hmm, I know you need to be cautious and all but returning for this might be a bit TOO cautious....
@TanzanianRoots There's a reason airlines have gotten safer and safer over the years... they have made rules to attempt to deal with all the problems that lead to crashing. One of those rules is no distractions during certain phases of flight. The bird was a distraction, and needed to be dealt with without making the issue worse. Trying to catch it would risk making it worse. Landing and getting rid of it while it was only a minor distraction prevented it from becoming a major one.
@brch2 Its impossible to say by how much that bird would have increased the likelyhood of the plane crashing. Commercial jets today crash maybe once every 2 million flights. If you tripled the cost of flying, you could reduce this to 1 in 10 million. If you increased the cost of flying 10 x you could reduce this to one in 50 million. You have to consider probabilities vs costs.
@TanzanianRoots When you're responsible for a millions of dollars piece of equipment with dozens of lives onboard, and the ability to kill even more on the ground in a crash, you absolutely can and should say "no matter how unlikely the situation may be". A lot of plane crashes have happened in very unlikely circumstances, no need to tempt fate with lives on line. Pilot distractions have been the cause of too many airplane disasters, so you don't just decide to keep flying when there is something that has a high potential of being such a distraction.
@brch2 You have to consider likelyhood. You can't say 'No matter how unlikely the scenario may be'.
@TanzanianRoots You try to catch the bird (which you couldn't do until at flight level), you cause it to get defensive and fly around more, which distracts your other pilot, he screws up and bumps the controls and/or accidentally knocks it out of autopilot, he's distracted, you're distracted, plane enters an unrecoverable condition and crashes, killing everyone onboard, possibly people on the ground, and leads to hundreds of millions in costs for the airline on top of it all. Safer to get it out than hope it doesn't lead to a worst case scenario, no matter how likely or unlikely that scenario might be.
Bird: Lemme show ya how ta fly~~~
Bird: Yay, fastest migration ever: Plane: Returning to Detroit… Bird: >¦:▶
Bird: Oh, damn, it's time to fly south again. Sigh. Tired wings and sweaty tail. ::Sees Delta 1943:: Wait a minute....
bird in a bird
my question is how did they not notice the bird during inspection.... TSA 0 V.S. ISIS Bird 110,000
They knew it flew in, maintenance searched (delaying the flight) for an hour, couldn't find it somehow, and they assumed it had somehow gotten back out. It started flying around again after takeoff.
"deboarded the bird"
Why didn't they catch and put it in a plastic bag from galley? And where was it hiding before takeoff?
Now that's one kind of a bird-strike!
At least it wasn't a snake
Recently in Indigo flight two pigeons were found flying.
I'm sure someone has already mentioned it...but...how in the hell do you not know there is a bird in the cockpit before departure?
Enemy bird drone..
> Bird sits on the yoke > Pilots proceed to squawk 7500
That moment when you rush through the takeoff checklist and miss "check cockpit for bird".
Someone at TSA screwed up.
Well that's a thong
I am new to these videos but for some strange reason I love them! What does Metar kdtw 301653Z 29018G23KT...etc mean?
Weather conditions transmitted in a shorthand form.
Bird, we have a number for you to call.
In the entire history of civil aviation, this may be the only incident of a bird strike from inside the aircraft.
@PRG that depends if you consider animals to have souls. Not trying to get political though
Would it have been included with 'souls on board'?
That's how how a lazy bird migrates.
Other bids are like "ooohhhhh he is sooooo busted".
Haven't we all learned that they need to burn fuel before landing? Why they were capable of landing just after doing the departure?
It was only a roughly 2 hour flight (Detroit to Atlanta), thus they wouldn't have been even close to having too much fuel.
in the 70s they would have just slapped the bird dead with the planes manual and carried on as is nothing happened 😂
"Is there an ornithologist on board?"
If that bird refuses to leave the cockpit, would you call it a bird strike?
Poor bird just wanted to visit their relatives in Atlanta without the hassle of flying there by themselves.
Much appreciate the graphics, funny circumstance , too. LOL
Does the bird count as a soul on board?
And we thought the days of the Captain enjoying a 'bird' in the cockpit during the flight were long gone.
Guess that bird wanted to take the lazy method for migration and failed. lol
Definitely a white bird
Has anyone recalled the broadway musical "Bye Bye Birdie"
Ah, yes, I can ascend to 110,000ft just fine
It’s a bird, it’s a plane! It’s a bird in a plane.
"tower, we're returning back due to unauthorized personnel in cockpit"
Well that's one way to have a bird strike
Better (for the bird anyway) in the cockpit than thru the engine! How though?? Just.... how? LOL! :))
How do you deplane a bird:)??
Delta flight of two 1943.
Ryanair would've served exotic chicken dinner
I wonder if the bird squawked VFR from inside the plane
Question: why did they have to taxi all the way back to gate?
Some of the passengers had to get off for another flight while maintenance tried to catch the bird. Also I'm sure they would want to check the bird didn't poop on anything sensitive...
Hey, he just wanted to fly south for the winter.
That braking action update tells me this pilot is probably a Waze user in his car.
It's a bird! It's a plane! It's ... a plane returning because of a bird on-board?
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I'm scratching my head at this one it was a costly deviation, costly for the airline and an inconvenience to customers. Ok I can understand it might be a distraction in the cockpit but I don't think a bird probably weighing 15 to 20 grammes is going to be able to press buttons or activate levers so no real danger. A flight attendant could have thrown a towel over it and then put it in a bin or something and it could be flown back to Detroit if not simply released in Atlanta (I'm allowing for it to be a rare local species and moving it would upset the ecosystems). I wonder if the pilots called their dispatch first?
It can definitely press buttons. I have parakeets they can push quite hard, but I'm wondering why they didn't just open the cockpit door and shoo the bird out...
This should be on the preflight checklist "Check for birds in the cockpit" :-)
Just roll the window down and let it out...
6 runways wow
Go see KORD or KDFW airports.
I'm sure there was a good reason, but I'm surprised they didn't just open a cockpit window and shoo the bird out and skip going to the gate.
Check for poop on the controls probably...
Ryan Air would have offered the bird as a flight meal, for an extra fee of course.
On Ryanair, the bird would have been the copilot.
to all crew and A.T.C, thankyou for flying our souls around the world safely x blessings to you all x
Smart bird,why fly when you can..fly.
so does the airline pay double the landing fees for that flight?
A bird with some air miles ..and that for a frequent flyer.
Heard about birds causing engine problems but never cockpit problems. Also he paid for his seat there 😂
Well, the bird is pilot too!
Frank Abagnale of the bird world ;)
Imagine the announcement to the passengers.
Someone fed the bird a biscoff cookie it saw the delta logo and knew where to go when it needed to get more Sadly buzzing the pilots to order the plane to land at the tree your nest is In so they can unload the stash doesn't work that well
Couldn't they just have opened a window and let it out???
@Krystal Pinkston The plane is flying much faster than bird usually do, so if they open a window and the bird flies out, wind will push the bird backwards, and if they're unlucky, could be sucked into the engine.
@VASAviation - Sure...why not???
1:01 Damn...didn't know a 737 could get up to 110,000 feet!
probably flew off a lunch tray
I say equip all cockpits with hunting falcons. The only thing that can stop a bad bird is a good bird.
You should have animated dismemberment of the little Birdie
Should have let him stay, I'm sure he has plenty of frequent flier miles
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