One of the most AMAZING aviation stories ever told | TACA flight 110

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    On the 24th of May, 1988 a Boeing 737-300 from TACA airlines, flight 110 suffered a dual engine failure during the descend into New Orleans international airport in the United States. The engines flamed out due to heavy ingestion of rain and hail and the following approach and landing will go to the history books as one of the most dramatic ever in the history of aviation.
    And the story doesn’t even stop there, how they managed to retrieve the aircraft is a story worth its own video
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    Interview with Captain Carlos: de-film.com/v-video-kT4_4_jwj-A.html

    Piper Archer: @European Aircraft Sales
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    Weather radar: @CTV News
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    733 Battery: @aircraft-battery.com
    legacy.concordebattery.com/th...

    Water Ingestion 1: @airlineratings.com
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    Engine 1: @David Monniaux
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    Water Ingestion 2: @GEAviation
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    Engine 2: @icarusig.com
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    Mountains: @Sergei Gussev
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    Certificate: @CFM
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    RAT: @aviationmatters.co
    www.aviationmatters.co/airbus...

    Checklist: @AlexPIC81
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    Site 1: @Ted Jackson
    www.nola.com/archive/article_...

    Site 2: @OnDisasters
    facebook.com/AeronewsGlob...

    Barge: @Airbus
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    Spinner 1: @Duch
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    Spinner 2: @David Monniaux
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    Fan Blades: @Golfcharlie232
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    VBV: @smartcockpit.com
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    00:00 - Intro
    01:12 - Chapter 1: Flight Overview
    05:01 - Chapter 2: Capt. Dardano, The Man
    06:43 - Chapter 3: How’s the Weather?
    09:04 - Chapter 4: The Problem with Radar
    11:58 - Chapter 5: Engine Flame Out
    16:14 - Chapter 6: Attempts at Recovery
    19:46 - Chapter 7: Prepared for Ditching
    24:30 - Exclusive offer from Curiosity Stream
    25:37 - The Final Chapter: Back Into Service

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Vor 3 Monate
H
H

The outcome of this forced landing is amazing. Watched your new video of the meeting with this incident’s Captain. The funny part I find is the line training captain was there to see how this new plane operates 😂😂😂 it done really well by landing on a field hahaha. Pilots done amazing job.

Vor 11 Tage
BobWa43
BobWa43

@Dennis Pfeifer It had been a runway in the distant past, it was then a road and would not have been identified on any aeronautical chart. ATC did not know about it, how would you expect the pilot to find it under the circumstances?

Vor 14 Tage
Noah Baker
Noah Baker

I was looking for the link to the interview. Could not find it.

Vor 15 Tage
Mentour Pilot
Mentour Pilot

@Michael Watson I just tried it. It works for me

Vor 24 Tage
Michael Watson
Michael Watson

Your link doesn't work

Vor 24 Tage
Chris Turner
Chris Turner

its actually almost comically perfect

Vor 2 Tage
Zsigmond Németh
Zsigmond Németh

Best saves ever. Head on head with the Potomac miracle. I personally don't count this stuff a miracle. It's just people doing their jobs at the best, and that's what we want, that's what we think we are paying for. Thanks for the good job you guys are doing.

Vor 3 Tage
J.E. Rios
J.E. Rios

Up to this day i've seen a few plane accidents, and even though i'm not an expert i would dare to classify them in 3 categories: 1) Human Error 2) Mechanical failures 3) Unexpected natural events. In the first category i've seen some accidents caused by misscalculations due to poor or no visibility, or because the pilot wasn't familiar with the airport (First time landing into that particular airport.) As to the second category, the blame mostly fall on the mechanics. (An engine simply doesn't stop functioning in midair...when that happens is because has been gradually failing for a long or short period of time, and the mechanics failed to detect such a malfunction. (Yes, it sounds a little harsh, but that's the reality!) The third category is really hard to predict or to avoid. (Unexpected natural events.) The most well known case is the one of the now famous Captain Sully. ("Miracle on the Hudson River") Big birds trapt in the engines. And also the one story of the volcano's white dust in the engines that made them to stop functioning in midair.

Vor 4 Tage
Soldier TF2
Soldier TF2

Call me crazy, but I think that for emergencies, manufacturers should add rocket motors on planes if they lose altitude, who needs air intake if you being blasted through your problems at Mach2? Btw, that pilot is a f*cking legend.

Vor 4 Tage
Muscles Mouse
Muscles Mouse

I would have bet gators 🐊 would have buffet tonight.

Vor 4 Tage
RDrumcajsek
RDrumcajsek

Thanks youtube algorithm for getting me here, very interesting video :)

Vor 6 Tage
Wayman Ross Hurley
Wayman Ross Hurley

watching again after a couple of months, love this story . i just thought of something. i guess it would have been too hard to line up with the old war war 2 runway. They were running out of air speed maybe, or just didn't see it in their crazy emergency

Vor 6 Tage
DoukTube
DoukTube

What a story. Great work of putting this together and telling it to us.

Vor 7 Tage
MrOramato
MrOramato

Levee rhymes with “heavy,” Not “see me”.

Vor 7 Tage
MrOramato
MrOramato

Not only that, he was one of the best pilots the Spy Agencies Had.

Vor 7 Tage
MrOramato
MrOramato

A brand new airplane has not battery voltage meter? I would have thought the plane would have auto-texted maintenance he rfrr C

Vor 7 Tage
Zeldagigafan
Zeldagigafan

This story is more amazing than the Miracle on the Hudson.

Vor 8 Tage
Andres Morales
Andres Morales

I worked with capt dardano a few years ago when he was flying 319’s. Nice guy.

Vor 8 Tage
Popeye Guy
Popeye Guy

Just Amazing!

Vor 9 Tage
Debasish Ray Chawdhuri
Debasish Ray Chawdhuri

The only issue was that if they did not evacuate the plane, the passengers would not get wet.

Vor 9 Tage
Rainer Szalata
Rainer Szalata

Thank you for not adding music to your videos. So I can watch it while playing the piano :)

Vor 10 Tage
-the islander-
-the islander-

when the reaper knocked on dardanos door to come and get him that day, he was like: “you just watch, amigo“

Vor 10 Tage
Him Bike
Him Bike

Ural Air 178 TACA 110 Air Transat 236 Cactus 1549

Vor 10 Tage
Drcthru
Drcthru

The only commercial airplane to land successfully outside of an airport!!

Vor 10 Tage
enoughofyourkoicarp
enoughofyourkoicarp

Came here after the interview, this is an amazing story, I'm glad it ended well and that we got the safety advancements without any loss of life.

Vor 11 Tage
Muhura Dedan
Muhura Dedan

He's explained this so well. I need watch more of these

Vor 11 Tage
Green Nights
Green Nights

with only one eye.

Vor 11 Tage
69LOLIN
69LOLIN

Someone should make a movie about this event! Amazing! 👏👏👏

Vor 12 Tage
Redbo Black
Redbo Black

This guy was better than sully, he didn't sink his plane.

Vor 12 Tage
Artyom Arustamyan
Artyom Arustamyan

Here after the interview with captain Dardano

Vor 12 Tage
Victor Otero
Victor Otero

Well, if you have that kind of engine problem, its logical to land on a NASA facility with aircraft assembly line instead of a regular airport where you will even have issues with the airport managers for disturbing the parking spots.

Vor 12 Tage
Andre
Andre

Water vs ice rock Boeing: yeah same thing

Vor 12 Tage
SockPuppetSays
SockPuppetSays

Saw this on Air Disasters a while back. BY FAR, my favorite aviation story. CPT Dardano is a hero among heroes.

Vor 13 Tage
Factopedianz
Factopedianz

Hi Mentour ,need your email address , i have a deal for you ..

Vor 13 Tage
William Vangorden
William Vangorden

Did do the cargo plane over Baghdad yet that got shot on rocket on the wing and lost all the hydraulics in the system. that is an awesome story by far after all that just wait for the ending. They either had luck on their side or somebody was watching over them but amazing out come none of the let's come none the less. DHL cargo plane.

Vor 14 Tage
Lee drummond
Lee drummond

I take it you wouldnt need a passport to exit after this.

Vor 14 Tage
klinky8609
klinky8609

Really great video, clear explanation & great storytelling...oh & what a story!!!...thanks, subscribed!...from Zimbabwe 🇿🇼🇿🇼🇿🇼

Vor 14 Tage
Malika Yolahat
Malika Yolahat

The battery to use to start the engine??? What happened to the APU. It is the APU that will be use the battery for the APU to start. Then engines can be started by the APU providing pneumatics to drive the engine starter. I am an FAA certified AC mechanic and was trained on B737 in Seattle, Washington. The battery?

Vor 14 Tage
Chris
Chris

For me as a student sailplane pilot the coolest part of the story is his sideslip!

Vor 14 Tage
Aaron Seet
Aaron Seet

Legend has it the captain was still certified to fly even after losing his other eye.

Vor 15 Tage
Mentour Pilot
Mentour Pilot

Legend will be explained very soon

Vor 15 Tage
deus555
deus555

Awesome story with a happy ending!!!😃

Vor 16 Tage
tinkertoyyorki
tinkertoyyorki

I've flown them before. Take a Chance Airline.

Vor 16 Tage
ROBBIE BUNGE
ROBBIE BUNGE

Wow

Vor 16 Tage
Neil Rogers
Neil Rogers

Captain Carlos executed a maneuver similar to that performed nearly five years earlier by the pilot of Air Canada flight 143 (aka "The Gimli Glider"). On July 23, 1983, the aircraft ran out of fuel mid-flight because a fault had been introduced into the fuelling procedures by the conversion from Imperial units to metric. The pilot had experience operating gliders, and was able to use that experience to land the plane.

Vor 16 Tage
boltactionshooter
boltactionshooter

I live local to New Orleans and remember this well. It was a really big deal but still never got the press it deserved. The depictions some are pretty good and the pilot landed the plane in the only place that his could happen because there is nothing but water and marsh in every direction except that spot of levee along the intracoastal waterway. A true miracle.

Vor 16 Tage
Charlie Chan
Charlie Chan

Brought my chevy to the levy lol

Vor 16 Tage
#TIFP (The Importance Of Financial Planning).
#TIFP (The Importance Of Financial Planning).

Great story telling, easy to follow and understand. I really enjoyed your video. I was introduced to you via @74Gear. Thanks for the awesome content.

Vor 16 Tage
L Mo
L Mo

You are a gifted storyteller

Vor 16 Tage
Lorrie Carrel
Lorrie Carrel

I'll bet that cockpit stank of shit and piss by time they landed that bird..

Vor 16 Tage
Kirsteen F
Kirsteen F

Amazing stories, I wish I could fly with that man as my captain anyday ! I love the way you tell your stories also, very well details so thanks for the great content 🙏🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿

Vor 17 Tage
Frazer Smith
Frazer Smith

Or "Sully" before someone from the USA did something heroic.

Vor 17 Tage
Head5959
Head5959

That NASA facility next door made the first stage of the Saturn V rocket that went to the moon. And the big fuel tanks on the shuttle.

Vor 17 Tage
Fred Krazé
Fred Krazé

When I was a kid ide always sit at the front of the subway or streetcar and often the conductor would have the door open and we would have a conversation, I like trains what can I say lol But now they are required to keep the door closed at all times like a plane.... At least on planes I've noticed a lot of pilots will still give kids tours of the cockpit before or after a flight!

Vor 18 Tage
Suzanne Hartmann
Suzanne Hartmann

I had eye surgery because I wanted to see better and the guy messed it up worse. I could no longer see through a microscope. I also could not lift 50 pounds one of the requirements to be a medical technologist. With two strikes they let me limp through a final year while I got a Bachelor's in teaching high school science. Sometimes you CHANGE CAREERS! Maybe he could have become an ATC?

Vor 18 Tage
Carbon 12
Carbon 12

I thought soley would become the new sully the way you put it at the start, but this was wonderful.

Vor 18 Tage
James Moore
James Moore

I live in New Orleans and I can definitely vouch for that storm as for how bad. We get some vicious storms here….especially this time of year. Amazing story

Vor 18 Tage
Walter Thorne
Walter Thorne

Another great presentation,,,,thanks,,,,, good example of how a real professional pilot stays focused on flying the aircraft.

Vor 18 Tage
girald S
girald S

click bait caption "Original sully" no. everyone is an individual, and every pilot has their own way, just like humans in general, of responding to situations... some are save , while others need to be saved... some panic, while others are the calming force, some buckle under pressure while others excel under pressure. Sully is a great ATP, and im sure there are countless others like him flying the skies. Dont take away from Sully by maKing him into a catagory.

Vor 18 Tage
Barbara B
Barbara B

Absolutely wonderful story! Thanks for sharing! And I did go watch the interview with the pilot - fantastic!

Vor 18 Tage
Cynical Viking
Cynical Viking

Amazing story.

Vor 19 Tage
Mariví Palomino
Mariví Palomino

Wow, awesome story, awesome story teller. I was amazed at the Pilot having survived a gunshoot to the head and being able to continue flying... and what a way to fly. 👏👏👏

Vor 19 Tage
daniel desimonedanny
daniel desimonedanny

I'd feather the props and wait on the gear to the last minute. Deploy the chute and lower the tail hook in sync with the gear.

Vor 19 Tage
Carlos Armando
Carlos Armando

South America….? CENTRAL AMERICA! You Europeans. Are you from Eastern Europe? No? OKAY THEN GET IT RIGHT.

Vor 19 Tage
Toni
Toni

Not impressed. The original story was better.

Vor 20 Tage
Luisito Pelaez
Luisito Pelaez

But how can the engine company not test for hail??!! Where were they planning to fly the plane underwater?!! Everyone knows hail exists, and it exists in the same environment where they were planning to fly the plane, why wouldn't you test for that?!!!

Vor 20 Tage
Dennis Haffner
Dennis Haffner

I am not being disrespectful to the "Mentour Pilot". There a few details that were not mentioned, the main one is the "Captain" of this flight made a few mistakes. It's possible the "Mentour Pilot" was not given the information which is totally understandable. TACA more than likely ditched all damaging information. The situation outcome was very successful. They then made the Pilots "Hero's". If all the facts were known, I don't think this would have happened. There restart procedure failed. This was mainly due to both Pilot's of this TACA Flight. There is more I could say, but probably best not to do so.

Vor 20 Tage
RD Cre8tv
RD Cre8tv

The 737 was designed to operate from grass runways back in the 60s, so if not for the hail damage this could have been a standard landing, particularly in S America.

Vor 21 Tag
Sofia Dalle
Sofia Dalle

Are you speaking with a Swedish accent?

Vor 21 Tag
Russell Roesner
Russell Roesner

It better not be click bait. Greatest video to fall asleep too!

Vor 21 Tag
xox1592009
xox1592009

Incredible story, big props to that pilot, he's a hero

Vor 22 Tage
Jay Philip Williams
Jay Philip Williams

You meant "forward slip" not "side slip."

Vor 22 Tage
Harne Pache
Harne Pache

The versed swimming postnatally knit because account frequently owe in a colossal ravioli. first, crabby passenger

Vor 23 Tage
Mircea Dobre
Mircea Dobre

Great engineers... Somehow they had no idea that other stuff than water can be encountered? They never heard about a season called winter? Must have been from Florida, or something. This kind of situation gives me very little trust in American products. I bet it happened because profits override safety over there. Probably some manager took a decision instead of the engineers...

Vor 23 Tage
Anthony Norton
Anthony Norton

Fascinating story. Thanks. I heard about that effect of a storm hiding another one behind it from the radar before on a documentary about the Air France Flight 447 crash.

Vor 24 Tage
Cleopatra Oatcake
Cleopatra Oatcake

This guy is a serious badass! Apparently, after he was ambushed, he fled his attackers by getting back in his plane and flying himself to Ilopango, whence he was taken to the hospital! I mean, what else could he do, but still! There's a photo of him holding a photo of himself with his injuries, and he looks like "I'm having a slightly bad day, but nothing that serious." In the interview, he says he thinks he has the innate quality of not getting scared in an emergency (an understatement if there ever was one!)

Vor 25 Tage
Harne Pache
Harne Pache

The thankful thought postauricularly pedal because inch developmentally brake through a delirious horse. mindless, handsomely fire

Vor 25 Tage
gsrini
gsrini

Carlos the Pirate

Vor 25 Tage
Nathan King
Nathan King

3:30: Even without watching the video beyond this point I can see where they might have a problem. It's like this: They diagnosed the problem, it turned out to be as simple as a dead battery --- okay, then take the dead battery out and replaced it with a charged battery and everything is fine, right? Except for one thing: BEWARE OF QUICK FIXES --- THEY OFTEN DON'T GO AS PLANNED. Hope they made a test flight with the new battery in the plane just to be sure --- but they probably didn't. Oh the perils of making those kinds of assumptions. Oh by the way: Remember also that bad things happen when people are so excited about trying new state-of-the-art things that they neglect to take basic precautions; bad things happen when people say that it will go all well simply because we feel good about it. But pride goes before a fall. 4:45: "...how proud they were." OH HOW THAT MAKES ME CRINGE --- remember that bad things happen when people get proud. I was two and a half months beyond my sixteenth birthday and feeling so proud that I had just passed my driver's test and was out on the road all on my own. But I knew better than to let it go to my head. I knew it would be completely different when I was all alone driving the car than when I had my father sitting beside me. So on the afternoon of passing my driver's test, my father and I had barely gotten home from the licensing center when I asked my father to let me take the car on a so-called "dry run" in which I planned to exit the driveway, turn right, drive a mile down the road, turn around in the parking lot of a large church, then turn left out of the parking lot, and the drive back home --- just for a test run, and without taking any passengers with me, It worked. So like I said, the idea is that when you're trying something new, you don't automatically assume it will work just because you feel good about it when you have no factual and experiential evidence to back it up. Looks like that's exactly what this pitiful crew did, and I think that as I watch the remainder of this video I'm probably going to see that they paid the price for it.

Vor 25 Tage
Jdawg McFlurry
Jdawg McFlurry

A Boeing crashes? Lol. Big surprise

Vor 26 Tage
gabotdf
gabotdf

Unreal airmanship

Vor 26 Tage
untidyman
untidyman

This pilot deserves a medal. Never heard anything as fantastic as this.

Vor 26 Tage
Michigander
Michigander

How did in the world did he land the Piper Archer after having been shot in the face! That's amazing! Tell that story too!

Vor 27 Tage
Andy Smythe
Andy Smythe

That ended with a nice buzz, lucky people get it on roller coasters I think, for the rest it has to be just beating death.

Vor 27 Tage
Bob Bennekers
Bob Bennekers

I worked there at now Lockheed Martin at Michoud. Boeing did several test ‘runs’. Took out all the seats and took off with just enough gas to get too the next airport.

Vor 27 Tage
Jacqueline Campbell
Jacqueline Campbell

I was 8 years old when this happened. I lived less than 10 min from the lakefront airport. I vividly remembered watching the local news about the plane that landed on the levee. A big plane! What an absolute miracle! Blessings!

Vor 27 Tage
Alfonso Iannuzzelli
Alfonso Iannuzzelli

DARDANO IS A HERO, BETTER THAN SULLY, BUT THE DIFFERENCE IS THAT HE DIDN'T GET A MOVIE, BECAUSE HE IS SALVADOREAN.. THAT'S IT

Vor 27 Tage
SalveMonesvol
SalveMonesvol

How did the captain have so many hours? Can you get more than 1000 per year?

Vor 28 Tage
Belle Star
Belle Star

Sully is the most amazing true story. Me being born and raised in NYC going through 9/11, I myself was also leaving Brooklyn but was catching the Ferry from Manhattan to S.I. The ferry crashed I would of made that ferry had I not went back for a can of coke. NYC has been through a lot and the landing he did people know that could never happen again. They were two humble men and no one died or was seriously injured. They’re true American hero’s.

Vor 28 Tage
brunoais
brunoais

Where can I find the interview? You didn't make the card or you removed it in the meantime.

Vor 28 Tage
Cupid Stunt
Cupid Stunt

Flew my 737 to the levee 'cause the levee was dry.

Vor 28 Tage
Elvie Fran
Elvie Fran

wow

Vor 28 Tage
Timotheus Angaleus
Timotheus Angaleus

These pilots are TOP notch 🤘🏼

Vor 28 Tage
August Reigns
August Reigns

you are an excellent teacher

Vor 29 Tage
Tom Jenkins
Tom Jenkins

It’s ALWAYS enjoyable to view non-accident human interest stories like these ..... Thanks Mentour ....

Vor 29 Tage
Andrea Berryman
Andrea Berryman

"Only 13 days late." DEFINITELY better late than dead on time, eh?

Vor Monat
Jason
Jason

I'm a New Orleans Native, thanks for covering this one because not many people knew about this accident. Also, Michoud is pronounced (me-shoe)

Vor Monat
Gary Michael Richards
Gary Michael Richards

To much detail I got board

Vor Monat
Daniel Brown
Daniel Brown

I remember as a kid going up to the flight deck in the late 90's on a 737 I think. I guess after September 2001 that all came ton a stop.

Vor Monat
joe waren
joe waren

The nose cone

Vor Monat
joe waren
joe waren

Wow ,i saw the first video they never said one eye

Vor Monat
joe waren
joe waren

Computer says land there, lol

Vor Monat
Northern Mist
Northern Mist

Nice work 👍

Vor Monat
Huzzir Zakaria
Huzzir Zakaria

Regardless of how many times I watched this (3rd times at this writing I think), it never gets old - thats how astonishing this are! Kudos to the pilot n flight crews, and to Mentour Pilot also.

Vor Monat
michael wolflake
michael wolflake

Captain Carlos was super cool under great pressure.

Vor Monat

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