How a terrible coincidence brought down this Aircraft | Tarom flight 371

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    On the 31st of March 1995, Tarom airlines flight 371 took off from Bucharest international Airport with destination Brussels, Belgium. Less than 2 minutes after departure the aircraft crashed into a field killing al 49 passengers and 11 crew members. The only technical issue found on the aircraft had to do with the Auto Thrust system but that was a fairly minor problem. What caused this aircraft to crash?
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    Below you will find the links to videos and sources used in this episode. Enjoy checking them out!

    Pan-Am A310: @Tim Rees
    commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Fi...

    Delta Airlines A310: @Torsten Maiwald
    commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Fi...

    Tarom A310: @Philip Lueger
    en.airlinestravel.ro/aircraft...

    Throttle Schematic: @sim-on-a320.com
    sim-on-a320.com/blog/2015/12/...

    Cockpit Mechanic: @fltechnics.com
    fltechnics.com/wp-content/upl...

    Cockpit Mechanic: @sabenatechnics.com
    www.sabenatechnics.com/wp-con...

    Crash 1: @aviation24.be
    www.aviation24.be/airlines/ta...

    Crash 2: @aviation-accidents.net
    www.aviation-accidents.net/ta...

    Crash 3: @UNKNOWN
    facebook.com/AirCrashMayd...

    Crash 6: @ Calin Pirlog
    lh5.googleusercontent.com/p/A...

    Crash 7: @ Calin Pirlog
    lh5.googleusercontent.com/p/A...

    IL-18: @Aldo Bidini
    www.wikidata.org/wiki/Q521597...

    IL-62: @Gerhard Plomitzer
    travelupdate.com/wp-content/u...

    PFD: @UNKNOWN
    aerotask.de/wp-content/upload...

    Crossair Flight: @Aero Icarus
    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crossai...

    Crossair Crash: @tailstrike.com
    www.tailstrike.com/100100.htm

    Throttles: @Getty Images
    i.pinimg.com/originals/d7/9f/...

    A310 Cockpit: @Alex Beltyukov
    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Airbus_...

    A310 Cockpit: @ Manuel Marin
    www.aviationcorner.net/public/...

    Tarom A310: @Tarom
    www.tarom.ro/sites/default/fi...

    Pilot Trianing 1: @Lufthansa
    www.flightglobal.com/airlines...

    Pilot Training 2: @Lufthansa
    www.lufthansa-aviation-traini...


    Chapters

    00:00 - Intro
    01:01 - Chapter 1: An Ongoing Issue
    04:47 - Chapter 2: The Flight Crew
    05:33 - Chapter 3: Flight Overview
    07:29 - Chapter 4: Takeoff Clearance
    17:54 - Chapter 5: The Crash
    18:32 - Chapter 6: The Aftermath
    19:39 - Chapter 7: The Investigation Begins
    21:09 - Exclusive SKILLSHARE OFFER!
    22:26 - Chapter 8: Final Report
    24:27 - Chapter 9: An Interesting Find
    27:10 - The Final Chapter: Learning Outcomes
    28:57 - Discord Server
    29:56 - Outro

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Vor 5 Monate
Ⅎaceᖘalm Theᗯoяld
Ⅎaceᖘalm Theᗯoяld

did the captain reach over the engine excelerators (1&2) to change the flaps? 11:37 if so, why did he not notice the unparellel levers?

Vor 7 Tage
Tot ALA Stiu Ei
Tot ALA Stiu Ei

Before the copilot ask the captain what is the matter with him he sed, hei again that think ged broke .

Vor 22 Tage
Tot ALA Stiu Ei
Tot ALA Stiu Ei

Was in 1995 when this hapened at BALOTEŞTI field and Romanians at this day do not know what exactly hapened in that March 1995 .

Vor 22 Tage
Hal Weilbrenner
Hal Weilbrenner

I can see the difference in the instrumentation could be a factor in this incident. I did not want to drive in England because of my US RIGHT side of the road mindset. Disorienting effect on my mind. I have noticed this bank angle instrum. thing before and felt it was opposite of my perception.

Vor 23 Tage
Thunderhorse
Thunderhorse

I just found your channel a few months ago. Now I am binge-watching all of your content. I work for a major airline in the United States and I have learned so much about human factors in our industry from you. Keep up the good work!

Vor Monat
Robyn Davis
Robyn Davis

The plane should've been taken out of Service, and grounded for good

Vor 18 Minuten
planeboii
planeboii

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Vor 7 Stunden
Stan Lee
Stan Lee

the difference in the horizon gauge between russia and the u.s. is stupid and should be standardized...if not then the pillot shouldnt be given the sticks until he can get that muscle memory changed bc thats a hell of a diference when it comes down to having so many souls on board...you would think both countrys would take that into consideration when hiring a pilot from the other and have some sort of training or sim to correct that asap.

Vor 8 Stunden
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This fly was sabotaged ! From DIA. Secret department ! Regards. VIP persons on board.. and the political change in the 1995 . The comunists eliminate all the probes from the puch of 1990. Destroying and eliminating the probes and the officials on the way to bruxel!

Vor Tag
Alexandru Dragomir
Alexandru Dragomir

Oh..i smashed that subscribe button

Vor Tag
Peter Ford
Peter Ford

Very sad. I'm surprised the speed control being as visible as they are the co pilot didn't see the lever moving out of line with it's partner. But i guess the levers aren't as large as they seem. But yes the lever moving back wards by itself is a terrible continuing occurrence that should never be allowed to go unrepaired like it was. Pilot's have so much going on to have to have a defect like that to think about constantly.

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John Strange
John Strange

Great video thanks. Makes me think of Andrew Weir's 2000 book "The Tombstone Imperative", where the author proposes that safety improvements in aviation only happen when there are enough tombstones (i.e. fatalities) to justify the expense of implementing them. Choosing to ignore this this airplane's known thrust asymmetry problem, presumably because of cost (repairs + time out of service) contributed to 60 unnecessary deaths. Shame.

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Robert Jenkinns
Robert Jenkinns

Brilliant videos but you really do talk too much. Just being honest.

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Vladimir Petković Hypnotherapist
Vladimir Petković Hypnotherapist

This video reminded me to ask you . I flew many ties with former JAT - Yugoslav Air Transport. Pilots were always taking off and up smoothly with no jounce which is a characteristic to MALEV and german pilots, like Swiss Air. Why do they have to do such crazy pressure on the plane. I also think it is a modern way of getting the route like in a bold or something? Or I only had a chance to use these companies 20 years ago . Our pilots never did such weird moves up up then kind of sharp left or right turns while still practically taking off.

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Adrian Ciobotaru
Adrian Ciobotaru

@Mentour: i challenge you: can you please try to simulate this accident? and see if you cand recover the aircraft, from let's say 2000 feet, in a 65 degree nose-down, and with engines to idle... Please, can you try?

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Samhhain Cat
Samhhain Cat

I am really loving these videos, they are so much better than the sensationalist TV shows. I can see you getting a lot of attention for these and I'm begging you not to sellout and end up making those exact same kinds of videos

Vor Tag
Peter K
Peter K

The incapacitation of the captain notwithstanding, this illustrates a major problem with "over-automation". Having computerized functions is all well-and-good when they assist humans in performing their required functions - in fact, computers can often perform the functions better than humans. Nevertheless, the "care-and-feeding" of the computer can have a deleterious effect - in this case, distracting the captain from his pilot observer function because he was inputting updated nav data. The highest priority for both pilots must always be to "fly the airplane" and "feeding the computer" should be a distant second priority, especially during the critical departure and landing phases. IMO, the "sweet spot" of how much to rely on computer-aided flying has not yet been attained either in the aircraft design or in crew training. Unfortunately, it appears that there is a not-so-slow transitioning of aircrews in progress, from having actual pilots who fly the aircraft to having operators of computers that fly the aircraft.

Vor Tag
Frank Gonzalez
Frank Gonzalez

Years ago, a TV program (produced by National Geographic?) was readily available on YouTube. Having an almost fanatical interest in aviation (BS in Aerospace Engineering) I latched on to "Air Crash Investigation." Over the years I watch tons of these videos/program. But these episodes were rather lengthy because of the inclusion of the personal experiences of passengers on board. Appropriate? Yes. But their experiences tended to distract from the engineering analysis of "what went Wrong and WHY?" Now, I've discovered Mentour Pilot, and your videos are all "engineering analysis"; the "What went Wrong" and "Why did it go Wrong?" Excellent Work. Keep it up! Now I am debating if I should subscribe to your channel. I've always held back from subscribing as I feared a deluge of E-mails and "where might I find the time to watch all your videos?" Yours and "Millennial 7*" are by far the BEST videos on aviation on YouTube. Thank you for all your work.

Vor 2 Tage
Brian H
Brian H

Thank you for showing the memorial, it honors the passengers and crew which they deserved to have shown after seeing what happened.

Vor 3 Tage
jief85 l
jief85 l

At 26:08, the left artificial horizon is showing a right bank. Not left !!!

Vor 3 Tage
Jason Jones
Jason Jones

It's not 'back'1-11, it's B.A.C 1-11 (British Aircraft Corporation).

Vor 3 Tage
PhotOSirel
PhotOSirel

I wonder if the artificial horizon instruments do still have different systems. Because in such an important instrument, I think, there should be a world standart to exclude any misevaluation.

Vor 4 Tage
Bob BWC
Bob BWC

No, as you can see from the illustrations both styles make sense. It is the same difference as with gps map apps on the smartphone; you can point the map always North making the car symbol rotate, or you can point your car always up making the map rotate. It's equivalent and no style is better than the other.

Vor 15 Stunden
kenneth perian
kenneth perian

Your doing a great job, keep on telling your the best teller about what happened. Sounds like he was sick that’s what I think, if I was the other guy I wood took over to safe my life.knowing what’s happening,well that’s that’s well see ya next time see ya by.

Vor 4 Tage
Gerard Dillon
Gerard Dillon

Hes my hero ginger man

Vor 5 Tage
Douglas Evans
Douglas Evans

Very very good conclusion. I thought the FO should have flown the airplane and totally focused on that. One other thing, the Captain, fooling with the computer and doing an input while in the takeoff segment of flight should have been looking up and making sure the airplane was flying, or aviating. That is a critical segment of flight. Great job with you you tube presentation, as usual.

Vor 5 Tage
GameTechy
GameTechy

Guess that’s that is why the ATS in the A320 is stationary… weak point in Airbus?

Vor 5 Tage
Test Test
Test Test

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Vor 5 Tage
Jan Kuster
Jan Kuster

Could the autopilot correct such a horrendous misalignment by itself if not interrupted? In other words, could it have saved the situation?

Vor 5 Tage
Mentour Pilot
Mentour Pilot

Depending on what situation, not from when it was in the latter stages of this

Vor 5 Tage
Lurtzification
Lurtzification

I've watches so many of your videos in the last week. Excellent videos to be honest. One reoccurring issue that has lead to near accidents or potential catastrophe is one engine turning down to the other. One thing I can't seem to understand. Is there no monitoring system in an aircraft, a warning or anything, that tells the pilots that one engine is not rotating = to the other. (or within margin of error). It seems very silly that the main way the pilots will know if one engine's thrust is less than the other is on a straight plane, noticing the entire aircraft starting to shift. Surely there's something that tells them the engines are out of sync.

Vor 6 Tage
Shamasis Bhattacharya
Shamasis Bhattacharya

I understand you doing such a thorough narrative. I also understand you’re constantly dealing with the loss of life situation every time you do this. There’s a lot to learn for every profession from seeing your videos. If it is any consolation - I contemplate a lot about how the RCAs are done here while doing my work as a software engineer. Thank you for your work.

Vor 6 Tage
Steven Lemieux
Steven Lemieux

Are you a pilot flying for Ryan Airlines? and is there two ways to pronounce aluminum or aluminium? Can you do a story on the TWA 800?

Vor 6 Tage
We're-all- Human
We're-all- Human

.. so if the co-pilot after switching on auto pilot, just before the crash, had then just not touched any controls at all, would the auto pilot have levelled the plane and potentially given the co-pilot the time to rethink and then sort the issues and eventually land... we hear so many times... "just fly the plane" i.e leave all the other stuff aside, get it level 1st...

Vor 7 Tage
Lenon Hyatt
Lenon Hyatt

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Vor 7 Tage
Oh My Oh my
Oh My Oh my

Possible the co-pilot’s controls were disabled and that’s why he tried the autopilot?

Vor 7 Tage
janksolid
janksolid

I was on this actual plane Dubai to Bucharest 3 days before this 😮

Vor 7 Tage
GG Gadget Generation
GG Gadget Generation

Great series of investigation, have you covered the flight we’re the pilots son I think, was in the cabin with them and inadvertently caused the crash , something to do with auto pilot not being engaged when they thought it was ?

Vor 7 Tage
D S
D S

I will always remember this - My father was flying back to Otopeni that very day and we went to pick him up. We had heard about a plane crash but didn't know details (departing or arriving), so we went in with lots of fear. Only when we saw him coming up on the corridor did we finally feel relief.

Vor 8 Tage
Steve Broadbent
Steve Broadbent

Aviate, navigate, communicate is a great mantra. A useful addition you added to the many other lessons played out by this video, is if you end up with an incapacitated colleague, call on the cabin staff to assist. Then as the remaining qualified pilot you would be better able to ANC. And thus hopefully, get the ship back on the ground in one piece.

Vor 8 Tage
Koozomec
Koozomec

This work is so complex, in a so unnatural environement for humans. It requires you to stay in a very special state of mind all the time. It's not for everybody.

Vor 9 Tage
Koozomec
Koozomec

I can't refrain a smile when you are teaching one of your kid your passion. Around 21:50. o7, fly safe.

Vor 9 Tage
Alter Kater
Alter Kater

After listening to stories about such incapable pilots me will never fly again.

Vor 9 Tage
Matthew H
Matthew H

Why is that alarm called a cavalry charge?

Vor 9 Tage
Klaus Thorn
Klaus Thorn

Confusing inconsistency: during most of the video, the artificial horizon shows the left side of the ground being higher (14:30 and 19:13 and 24:12). But suddenly during explanation, 26:05, it is the other way around (I am only talking about the western style)

Vor 9 Tage
Dennis Boller
Dennis Boller

Maybe it is not the best example, but ... If you try to ride a bicycle which has the inverted the handlebar (turning the handlebar to the left means the bicycle is going to the right), you cannot do it. Even if you know that you have to do the opposite to go left. Your brain and muscles are conditioned to the normal handlebar. It will take hours to unlear the normal and then learn the inverted handlebar ... I assume that the same is valid for the artifical horizon. If your are in a highly stressing situation your brain usually switch back to some kind of basic setup and this is the usecase the are familiar the longer time and what you have learned first. If you can use the inverted handlebar you still will fail if you suddenly have to an evasive maneuver (a child is jumping in front of your bicycle). You panic. Brain to basic mode = normal handlebar setup. And you crash.

Vor 9 Tage
Richard McKinney
Richard McKinney

Monteur Pilot Peter, Very Very good series.

Vor 9 Tage
KRAZEEIZATION
KRAZEEIZATION

Great disaster videos. The best out there! Please do Amsterdam crash October 1992!

Vor 9 Tage
Sir Count
Sir Count

The captain most likely had a heart attack died before the co pilot did.

Vor 10 Tage
Christian Eriksson
Christian Eriksson

So not even once did anyome on the flight deck notice the faulty positions of the thrust levers? Wouldn't you feel or hear if one engine is giving a 100 % while the other is idling?

Vor 10 Tage
me999
me999

I find myself wondering why, in addition to a voice recorder, they don't add a video recorder in cockpits? Modern tech would make that pretty easy, and it would certainly help understand what happens when accidents happen.

Vor 10 Tage
Brendan Kearns
Brendan Kearns

Interesting point on how to deal with an incapicated flight crew member however now that the doors are sealed, this action presumably cant be taken until the pilot has sufficient additional capacity to open the door. It seems like the door closed (anti terrorism) is a hit to safety as possibly has already happened in at least two well known incidents and quite possibly more.

Vor 10 Tage
william shafer
william shafer

Why did you change your shirt half-way through the commentary?

Vor 11 Tage
Alan Kelly
Alan Kelly

Artificial horizon

Vor 11 Tage
Alan Kelly
Alan Kelly

I’m totally alarmed that aircraft manufacturers can’t agree on which way instrumentation’s should read. I got to say the Russian artificial altitude looks easy to interpret in an anxious situation than the western one

Vor 11 Tage
Thierry Verhoest
Thierry Verhoest

Pilots used to Soviet artificial horizon should know better that transitioning to western AH is a major difference. Very unfortunate, but unacceptable, it's very hard to trust companies with such low training standards. Were the passengers informed that in severe stress the pilot could potentially turn left thinking he was turning right? None would have boarded. This is a disaster, and also a scandal. Not even talking about AI, the defective engineering should have been reviewed and replaced. Irony: the 737 MAX picture in the background.

Vor 11 Tage
Mark Garin
Mark Garin

Always noticed pilots spending a lot of time with their hands on the thrust levers..but not here.

Vor 11 Tage
scottifly
scottifly

The First Officer should have just flown the aircraft. Just fly the aircraft.

Vor 12 Tage
Dan Poole
Dan Poole

Maybe not such good idea to surrender control of passenger aircraft to computer programmer with no flying experience.

Vor 12 Tage
Fabled Creature
Fabled Creature

'Men weren't meant to fly, with clouds between their knees'

Vor 12 Tage
Matt Harte
Matt Harte

I like very much your analytical approach to these videos and the positive conclusions your draw from these incidents.

Vor 12 Tage
Red Dirt Nurse
Red Dirt Nurse

The real mystery is how your shirt randomly changes in the video.

Vor 13 Tage
thebookdoc on writing, editing, critique & tips
thebookdoc on writing, editing, critique & tips

Not everyone has a lot of experience with Tarom. I lived in Romania for a while and got to like the airline, especially the short-hop ATR prop planes (I think I was usually on the ATR 72-600).

Vor 13 Tage
Ian Bayley
Ian Bayley

If the thrust levers are so important why are they masked in the same colours as all instruments? Wouldn’t it be prudent to make them stand out. from the crowd?

Vor 13 Tage
John Lenin
John Lenin

The airline industry “learns” after they get caught murdering people.

Vor 13 Tage
william shafer
william shafer

that's why I try to stay on the ground! I aint got enuf lire to buy tickets but forever hope to see super greedy bill gates etc fall out of the air ;)

Vor 11 Tage
Jack Hydrazine
Jack Hydrazine

Aviate, navigate, communicate (in that order).

Vor 13 Tage
RaduFitness
RaduFitness

STJ VOR is not there, is much further north. That chart is wrong

Vor 13 Tage
dustman
dustman

Really appreciate these videos, feel like they may help keep the industry accountable. Makes me feel more at ease when flying that there are people like you who take safety very seriously.

Vor 14 Tage
OldMan_PJ
OldMan_PJ

Amazing how commercial pilots have deadly faith in auto-thrust and never take over control.

Vor 14 Tage
watchgoose
watchgoose

we have a few generations of "Nintendo" pilots that only learned on computerized aircraft. My father quit flying due to the intrusive nature of computers - he learned to fly prior to WWII and flew military and airline - when men flew the aircraft themselves.

Vor 13 Stunden
Neolexious Neolexian
Neolexious Neolexian

Once again, five lines of code could have detected this issue and blared/flashed out a warning long before it became unrecoverable.

Vor 14 Tage
Neolexious Neolexian
Neolexious Neolexian

@CriticalWarning(msg="Asymmetric thrust!") def AsymmWarning(plane): return abs(log(plane.engines.left/plane.engines.right)) > 0.5 # There. Boom. Three lines of code, and this will never happen. I am legitimately mad that people keep dying because the engies that make human technology keep designing critical systems that are more stable in states of failure than functionality.

Vor 14 Tage
Amy G
Amy G

I really appreciate your respect for the loss of life. You don't just talk about a statistic, you show us the memorial, you play music, you give us a moment to mourn because these are people who deserve to be mourned. It's clear this isn't just an academic interest for you; this is a responsibility for lives that you take seriously every time you fly or teach others to fly.

Vor 14 Tage
edwinov
edwinov

11:18 "The speed is not accelerating". WRONG! Speed can not accelerate. The PLANE can accelerate and the speed can increase but a speed can not accelerate. Just as a temperature can not be warm (it can be high, and the weather can be warm) and a price can not be expensive (but it can be high, and the product expensive).

Vor 14 Tage
crandalb
crandalb

Yes I am curious…and why I started researching flat earth. My question is why pilots don’t come out publicly to admit planes fly over planes? You seem like a legit decent guy…any response?

Vor 14 Tage
william shafer
william shafer

Planes fly over PLAINS; Being a Flat Earther is no excuse for poor literacy. :(

Vor 11 Tage
fater saadatniaki
fater saadatniaki

There was an Iran air flight airbus a300-600 to Arlanda that veered off the runway. Can you cover that ?

Vor 14 Tage
ronald pellet
ronald pellet

I’m not sure which artificial horizon I’d rather I think the Russian one that shows the plane as opposed to showing the ground moving

Vor 14 Tage
ronald pellet
ronald pellet

I don’t get it couldn’t then I pilot feel or visually see their attitude?

Vor 14 Tage
Frederik Balcaen
Frederik Balcaen

Very interesting channel to have discovered as a private pilot, with excellent breakdown analysis of incidents. Thanks a lot and continue the good work!

Vor 15 Tage
Maria Budai
Maria Budai

Very interesting observation by your viewer regarding the difference in instruments in Western and Russian aircraft! Thank you sharing

Vor 15 Tage
Just a sec
Just a sec

I can only imagine the cheer horror the passengers experienced as they saw themselves propelling to the ground. 💔 In air disaster it's always my first question: did they realise what was happening? For instance in the Air France 2009 crash the passengers didn't realise the plan went into a stall for 4mins before crashing into the Atlantic (so I hear) which gives me some comfort.

Vor 15 Tage
Diana Lew
Diana Lew

Do you have any information on an accident that happened in the Colorado Springs area many years ago? The plane disappeared completely into the ground.

Vor 15 Tage
Maria Budai
Maria Budai

I know why I don’t fly Tarom

Vor 15 Tage
armando patane
armando patane

You tell these stories well /. Very informative information

Vor 15 Tage
Stan David
Stan David

Heartbreaking

Vor 15 Tage
Horatio yen
Horatio yen

i didn't know about the artificial horizon differences that was interesting to learn

Vor 15 Tage
goodie7415
goodie7415

You are a terrific storyteller I think you could tell me about paint drying and I would listen until the very end.

Vor 16 Tage
M.
M.

Correct! I saw the exact same explanation on Discovery, at "Air Crash Investigation" last year. You like that show, don't you?

Vor 16 Tage
filippxxx
filippxxx

I just can't believe this content is free on YouTube, top guy! Incredible how much stuff can go wrong in just two minutes.

Vor 16 Tage
Andrew Wilson
Andrew Wilson

Sounds like Russian roulette to me. Spend the money. Fix the problem. Or don’t fly.

Vor 16 Tage
rdspam
rdspam

The “max 53 left bank” at 26:07. Isn’t the Western horizon showing a right bank?

Vor 16 Tage
Hein Vonderweid
Hein Vonderweid

Final Destination ☹😓

Vor 16 Tage
Deerheart Studio Arts
Deerheart Studio Arts

I think you miss a syllable when you say incapacitation; it has 5 syllables. But maybe it’s your wonderful accent or on which syllable you place the emphasis. I say “IN-ca-PAC-i-TA-tion” with the caps having the emphases.

Vor 16 Tage
Deerheart Studio Arts
Deerheart Studio Arts

great channel!🦌💌❤️🚙✈️🚂

Vor 16 Tage
M H
M H

The Host of this video is very good at staying objective and not laying blame - Much appreciated. But seriously what is with this second officer one look at the thrust levers and a descent mechanical understanding of the dynamics at play would of saved the flight from disaster! He could not see the what was right in front of his eyes. This is the difference between a pilot with good instincts who understands what is actually happening to his plane and the other kind who is competent only within the parameters of his training.

Vor 16 Tage
Willi Stiebler
Willi Stiebler

However, there is a FD to follow. Crosspointer? or V-Bar? Regardless the artif. horizon ...

Vor 17 Tage
goldreserve
goldreserve

Engineer: One of the throttles is broken. It shuts off for no reason. Should we ground the aircraft? Tarom Airlines and Airbus: No. Just put a warning note on it.

Vor 17 Tage
Discord
Discord

I don't believe in coincidences

Vor 17 Tage
Nikolaos Peterson
Nikolaos Peterson

What happened to the 'bank angle' alarm? I would assume that Airbus has that as well, No?

Vor 17 Tage
All My Hobbies
All My Hobbies

that is one unlucky pilot

Vor 18 Tage
Manjit S Gakhal
Manjit S Gakhal

😢

Vor 18 Tage
roderick tiangco
roderick tiangco

You've already earned my subscription a long time ago, but this aircraft investigation series is fascinating! Thank you for the great video!! 👏👏👏👊🏻

Vor 18 Tage
Viola Gentsch
Viola Gentsch

How irresponsible allowing this piece of junk plane to keep going in the air.

Vor 18 Tage
Vladimir Cara
Vladimir Cara

BUH looked different at the time of the crash.

Vor 18 Tage
Alexander Berg
Alexander Berg

I would never step my foot in a Romanian communist plane flown by pilots who bought their flight certificates.

Vor 18 Tage
khutt19
khutt19

I am an ex Marine Engineer with Military experience.When I was in the RN ( MANY MANY YEARS AGO NOW) it was part of the Bridge officers fun for the day to do officer of the watch maneuvers at crew lunch time by getting up to full speed say 35-40 knott range and start doing turns 20 -40 degree turns,believe me ,a 20 + degree turn at speed on a war ship,you knew we were turning,it felt like we were going over,lunch plates flying everywhere, bridge officers idea of fun.Anyway what I am getting at,everybody onboard, 20 years experience,down to 2 day experience,KNEW there was something going on,because you had to hold on to something,or you were flying as well...I dont understand how the pilots,irrespective of their instruments dod not know they were leaning in one direction,which means they are turning,,,would they not know,oh oh,my body is leaning to the left,why am I leaning over so much,,,oh oh,,,I should not be leaning this far over,what is wrong,good lord,I am actually upside down,surley at some point they must say,hey wait a minute,this is too much lean,,no ,the horizon meter says we are ok,,,good lord,I know it happens quick,but your body tells you quick there is something wrong,,,

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goldreserve
goldreserve

Could've been near zero g up until the crash, just rolling and falling out of the sky, poor visibility. Distracted for a few seconds is enough. Start at 4k feet and crashed at 500ft/second.

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Thorsten Staerk
Thorsten Staerk

excellent analysis by Dimitry!!!

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Merilix2
Merilix2

What about that cavalry alarm. You sayd that alarm was repeated for the rest of the flight. Isnt that an enormous additional stress factor preventing you from even noticing other important signals as well? If I see such videos and hear all those noisy alarms "Terrain terrain pull up...", stickshaker rattles, beeps, rings and whatsoever, I cant imagine how a pilots can focus themself on solving the problems they already are aware of. Wouldnt more decent signals be much more helpful in such situations? I think 'information overrun' is the right english phrase to describe what i mean.

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