TAKE-OFF Speeds V1, Vr, V2! Explained by "CAPTAIN" Joe

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    Today´s topic will be airplane take-off speeds, V1, VR and V2. I´m sure many of you have heard about these speeds.
    I will explainin more detail what is so important about V1.
    By the book V1 is defined as „The speed beyond which the takeoff should no longer be aborted“. Meaning that in case you experience any trouble with your plane before reaching V1, the classic example would be an engine failure, you would immediately abort your take-off and would apply all necessary matters to bring the aircraft to a stop.

    Vr or better know as Rotate is defined as, “The speed at which the pilot begins to apply control inputs to cause the aircraft nose to pitch up, after which it will leave the ground“.
    Easiest way to memorize Vr is, the point where the nose wheel leaves the ground vortexes are created at the wing tips which „rotate“ behind the aircraft.

    V2 is defined as the Takeoff safety speed. The speed at which the aircraft may safely be climbed with one engine inoperative.

    I will go through speeds and hope my explanation solves a few question about these mysterious speeds.

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Patrick Harrison
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Cold and Dark Aviation
Cold and Dark Aviation

I am a 737 pilot but I have never used v2

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MOHAMMED HANFAS
MOHAMMED HANFAS

I want be a pilot i'm in10 so anyone please help me out about in which flight school i should join and what should i do Edit:please

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Charles Kristopfer
Charles Kristopfer

I think sir you are not applying the actually factor only DCC

Vor 15 Tage
Charles Kristopfer
Charles Kristopfer

there is a saying in one common word is committed in take off or descending In either situation when a decision is made there is no abort then is a fatal or aviation crash

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Pilot John
Pilot John

Twin engine Cessna 😂

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Indrajith Suji
Indrajith Suji

Thanks

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ScienceBitch
ScienceBitch

so if you hit V1 and have both engines go out, I think you'd still be better off trying to get the plane to stop and overshoot the runway than take off... This isn't a fool proof plan

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ZK-APA
ZK-APA

There is a fine print which says that a takeoff after v1 shouldnt be aborted unless the PIC is certain that a safe flight cannot occur if the take off is performed. Eg of this is of course as you said multiple engine failures or say a major fire

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SMNVS Innovations
SMNVS Innovations

Very good explanation sir. Thank you so much 👍👍👍...

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César de Souza
César de Souza

German?

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Nami Namian
Nami Namian

Great Captain jeo but about Take off sequence

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nikhil sharma
nikhil sharma

Thank you for such simple explanations

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shripad kulkarni
shripad kulkarni

Very nice explaination Captain..!!!!!!!!!

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Hamdan Choudhry
Hamdan Choudhry

1:49 when your mom calls you in dinner and you so fast you stop just in time (I copied a comment because it didn’t make sense or sense to me so I made one which makes sense sorry)

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American Veteran Aces High
American Veteran Aces High

an aborted TO by a "Easy Jet"....go figure

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gino enas
gino enas

Been on this runaway racing for almost three minutes, the forest is fast approaching, I better get it up in the air fast, or else.

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Charles
Charles

HI JOE, intersting as always. Can I contact you without publicity. I have some intersting things regarding flight safety that we might discuss from my >30 year career. I will delete this after hopefully getting a reply or within a reasonable period of time.

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Caleb's Aviation
Caleb's Aviation

The Airbus A300 crews still call out V2... Also so do the Cessna 150-52 and 172-82 and the Beechcraft Bonanza, Piper Arrow and Archer and the Beechcraft King Air Series...

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XIE Felipe
XIE Felipe

thanks for your videos , you have explained clearly in all dimension,and for me a Chinese guy could identify your voice very well

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Ung Grabb
Ung Grabb

"Prior to" not just "prior"

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Peter Taylor
Peter Taylor

Is V1 V2 measured in air speed or ground speed?

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ZK-APA
ZK-APA

@Peter Taylor Yup, higher the headwind, lesser will be the groundspeed and hence more runway will be available (remember, the aircraft performance speeds such as V1 are airspeed, but the distance travelled by the aircraft on the ground will depend on groundspeed)

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Peter Taylor
Peter Taylor

@ZK-APA Thanks. Interesting that with headwinds V1 could theoretically be a higher number since the plane would have more room to stop in an abort.

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ZK-APA
ZK-APA

Airspeed.

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Luv it

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Is 26-27 years old too late to start flying?

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Gladius Maximus26
Gladius Maximus26

What happened to the plane that hit the bird. Where and when did they land. How can a plane fly with one engin?

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Fredrick Angira
Fredrick Angira

This's really interesting captain Joe! Wish you well.

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Jeff Renman
Jeff Renman

I wish I had an answer to this question… Why have pilots crashed because of not knowing elementary skills. There are multiple examples of pilots pulling back on the stick to raise the elevator in a stall which is opposite and led to hundreds of people dying. How can they be in the cockpit and not even have a clue? This happened multiple times like I said and if this basic thing is horribly wrong imagine anything more complicated. Were seeing far too many crashes it's not safe. It's a lie if they tell you it is. Cars are being driven by drug addicts morons chimpanzees so you can expect high death rate that should be changed and laws to get these morons off the road should be implemented but in the cockpit the same thing…

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Nishad Raaz
Nishad Raaz

Very informative Joe Sir! Thank you so much for your explanation

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GANTAVYA BHATT

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R
R

In Arabic شكراً جزيلاً لك ☆ In English Thank you very much ☆

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SIRIUS
SIRIUS

I often hear V1 from the voice of the computer, but other times only from the voice of the pilots. Why?

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samuel baraka
samuel baraka

hi cap?!!!!!! is vertical take off prohibited

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Abhishek
Abhishek

cant they protect the engines by attaching a mesh like material from the bird strikes?

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MikeP
MikeP

It is not possible because it will disturb the airflow into the engine and affect to the performance of the engine.

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Coulines Neba
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E19 DYY
E19 DYY

Not a pilot but I enjoy these videos.

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Paul Sugden
Paul Sugden

Why has Captain Joe only got 3 stripes

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Radu Stirbu
Radu Stirbu

I have a problem with the definition of V1. Let as assume a long runway and a B747. The plane rolls and, as far as I understood, you reach V1 when the distance left on the runway is just equal to the distance that the plane needs to perform a full stop. Ok, great. Now, another plane comes on the same runway, a DC-3 this time. Due to its slow takeoff speed and its quite small mass, the distance for her to stop is not very far away from the physical end of the runway, so, by the definition, her V1 occurs muuuuch later than the one of the B747. However, the pilots call V1 and rotate much closer to the beginning of the runway, a momentt where the DC-3 might be able to fully stop, not one single time, maybe 2 or 3 times...

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ZK-APA
ZK-APA

V1 is the speed where one can safely abort a takeoff. When a runway is quite long, then the max v1 the aircraft can have will be equal to vr as at vr the aircraft begins to lift off.

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Radu Stirbu
Radu Stirbu

@George Reynolds exactly my point

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George Reynolds
George Reynolds

For the more agile DC3, they might not call V1 at all as Vr will come earlier on the long runway you are considering. V1 changes for every aircraft and every runway. Vr only changes with aircraft loading and flap settings etc. and not on the runway itself.

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Jorge Alberto Cardenas Ramirez
Jorge Alberto Cardenas Ramirez

Ahhh que hermosa profesion es la aviacion, cada vuelo para un aviador, es siempre una nueva experiencia. Los felicito, a todos los que ejercen con mistica su oficio...buen vuelo !!!

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jaxav8r
jaxav8r

Hey Joe, you ask for video ideas so here’s a request: for someone with ATP mins looking to be more competitive for career advancement by getting a type rated ... could you possibly do a video on which type ratings would be most marketable with pros and cons of the most typical choices?

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ZK-APA
ZK-APA

The answer to that will be too complicated as the answer varies from area to area. One answer may be good for someone in Europe, but not be good for someone in Asia. So you’ll have to be more specific if you want an answer.

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karusuba kumaran
karusuba kumaran

Nice 👍

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Gastón Pössel
Gastón Pössel

Given a small enough aircraft, and a long enough runway, can V1 be higher that Vr? I'm thinking a plane so light, that could basically take off and immediately land with enough runway to stop, or at least perform a sucesful abort after rotation.

Vor 3 Monate
George Reynolds
George Reynolds

@ZK-APA An engine failure would be the most pressing reason to abort, but an explosion, an indication of a serious problem with some system, hydraulics, pressurization or an engine condition e.g oil pressure falling, or even some emergency in the cabin, could be among various other reasons to abort. After V1 they must take off, deal with the problem and land asap, otherwise the crash off the end of the runway.

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ZK-APA
ZK-APA

@George Reynolds ah, that explains. But yea, most v1 definitions mention engine failure, so I guess they should redefine it now

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George Reynolds
George Reynolds

@ZK-APA V1 is the speed where you are committed to takeoff as there is insufficient runway to stop on. Critical for large aircraft but almost trivial for small aircraft except on very short runways where it is more a question of the distance required to clear the 50ft obstacles presumed to exist at the end of the runway. An aircraft might have to abort for reasons other than engine failure.

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ZK-APA
ZK-APA

@George Reynolds are you sure? Because v1 is an engine critical speed, and in an single engine aircraft if you have an engine failure, you abort regardless as you simply cannot fly anymore.

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George Reynolds
George Reynolds

@ZK-APA Not correct, it is V2 that is for multi-engine aircraft. V1 even applies to a small aircraft like a Cessna if the runway is very short. However, flying from short runways and perhaps with obstacles at the end, it is usually estimated by distance, say the halfway point, and if you are not airborne by your selected point you cut the power and brake.

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Divin Plackattu
Divin Plackattu

V1 Rotate pullback V2

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Ronal Devnija 3T
Ronal Devnija 3T

Hello im Ronal ,Captain Joe what is your favorite aircraft?

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Steve Rogers
Steve Rogers

sorry im late with 3 years did i skip something

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road runner
road runner

great vid, but am i the only moreon that doesnt know what the v stands for?

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George Reynolds
George Reynolds

@road runner Rotate. Vr= velocity for rotation, a nice way of saying takeoff airspeed has been reached! And before you ask, V2 is the airspeed when the rudder will have enough authority to compensate for one engine failing - some aircraft will wait for this speed before starting to climb, e.g. a Beech Baron.

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road runner
road runner

@George Reynolds thankyou george!! how about the r in vr lol, i forgot to ask what that was too, sorry to bother you

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George Reynolds
George Reynolds

Velocity.

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genxer74
genxer74

from my military flying we call out 'refusal' in lieu of V1, meaning you refuse to abort the takeoff if an emergency occurs afterwards

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Carlos Yat
Carlos Yat

Great info. Just curious what do you do if you lose your only engine after Vr. I'm not a pilot, but would very much like to become one.

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George Reynolds
George Reynolds

You land somewhere in front of you, hopefully on the runway if there is any left!

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MH DuBois
MH DuBois

Whenever I hear anyone say V1, the first thing I blurt out is "rotate, positive rate, gear up." It's like "Shave and a haircut" "Two bits."

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Gavin S.
Gavin S.

Was the bird okay?

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Gissie
Gissie

Do they clean runways to get rubber tyre msrks off?

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Bruce Forrest
Bruce Forrest

Yup, always called V2 and V2 +10 was my favorite speed. It gave me the warm fuzzies.

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Hamada Wasfi
Hamada Wasfi

Hi cap Joe. If you could explain why they don’t put safety metal net in front of engine to stop birds and large items flying into it. I know it will affect airflow a bit but it can be designed to go on and off automatically only for take of and landing or what do you think ??

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NothingMaster
NothingMaster

Luckily we don’t have a V (Mickey Mouse).

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Alpha Oxide
Alpha Oxide

4:58 *Watch that AoA boss*

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BCparrothead
BCparrothead

Why is "Captain" in quotation marks?

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TERRY BARNHILL
TERRY BARNHILL

Of course....the military is much different.......1 example....Vr is not used for Rotate in military flight ops. Vr = Refusal Speed.......Vrot = Rotate.

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KSfan4ever
KSfan4ever

These videos are always so interesting! He has a cute accent mixing up his "v" and "w".

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Stanley Buchan

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Sandeep Hansdak

....and!....😃

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Pablo Guillermo de Oliveira Muro
Pablo Guillermo de Oliveira Muro

Interesting video. Does this mean that the pilot does not need to slow down the damaged engine, or cut his fuel? Sorry to be bothered by this, but I was in doubt.

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Phil Bell
Phil Bell

⚓️👍👍 Thanks Cap !⚓️

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Why your called captain even tho your yellow thing is only 3

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Said Saidi

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ZRH Spotting

4:36 I think ANA has (or had) this sop ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1atYDZCuxkc at around 9:00 ) ...

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Stefano Specia

For those who are wondering about the background music: Stellardrone - Cepheid

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Miguel Rodrigues
Miguel Rodrigues

how long can you maintain act on the ground after vr?

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ZK-APA
ZK-APA

Usually till the max tyre operation speed.

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Eduardo Ojeda
Eduardo Ojeda

Muy Bien !!!! Muchas Felicidades !!!!! Very Good !!!! Congratulations !!!!!!!!!!!!

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FROSTY DEMONY GAMING
FROSTY DEMONY GAMING

R.I.P bird V2 failures explaination part

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ROBERT NORDMARK
ROBERT NORDMARK

I always enjoy your videos Captain Joe. Please do a video on how airline pilots learn to navigate the plane while taxiing around the airport. A pilot is so high off the ground. How can he or she know where they are when on the ground?

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Erik Omelet
Erik Omelet

why are you called captain Joe? You only have 3 stripes so you must be a first officer.

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Karlson
Karlson

To be honest, I only don't know what V2 is, so why am watching this video while re-learning V1 and VR

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Wouter van Verseveld
Wouter van Verseveld

soooo... could you theoretically hit V2/Vr before V1? for example when taking of a piper cub from a (theoretical) 100 mile runway, I assume it's possible to rotate before impossible to abort (which would probably be somewhere in the 90 miles)

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Wouter van Verseveld
Wouter van Verseveld

@ZK-APA Thank you!

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ZK-APA
ZK-APA

No, v1 can't be greater than vr or v2, simply because of its definition (all 3 can be equal though). Because v1 is a speed on the ground, v2 is a speed in the air. And vr is the transition point from ground to air.

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Nicole A
Nicole A

I’ve been watching your vids since last year, and I’m a fan

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RoadRunnerDrives
RoadRunnerDrives

Can someone tell me if I can still become a pilot, because I am 48 years old?

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Octave Dubas
Octave Dubas

thanks for the explanations !

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Nicole A
Nicole A

Ps: I kinda wanna be a pilot when I grow up

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Nicole A
Nicole A

Hey Joe! Can you talk about why planes have red and green lights on the wings if you didn’t do that already?

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pingpongpung
pingpongpung

Disliked for having the title and description in Dutch, but the video in English.

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Danish Rashdi
Danish Rashdi

Very nicely explained!!

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zero dark thirty
zero dark thirty

Would like to know what vvr means because I've heard a pilot say that.

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S Q
S Q

4:57 Captain, if you animated this you know that’s dead ass a tailstrike 😂

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Camo Pug
Camo Pug

it’s not. It gets close but it doesn’t actually hit

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Zain Adifta Januardi

Hey capt come and see Indonesian news about accident flight.. Please can u explain? Now

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Mike Boston
Mike Boston

hey Joe, how come the FO stripes?

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Carlos Almeida
Carlos Almeida

Love to learn about airplanes. I was born on Curaçau, South Cariben, close to Venezuela, and live actualy in Portugal. As a kid I run away from home, which was not far away from the local airport at HATO just to see the propeller airplanes landing and taking off. It was than the first time I saw the first jet airliners and I couldn't get out of my surprise anytime they climbed straight to the air, very different from the propeller models. In spite of my love to these fantastic machines, I never learned to fly, but home simulators. Great to learn with you about so many details. Keep following you. Thanks.

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MorganDawn LeFay
MorganDawn LeFay

No such word as "vortexes". The correct word is "vortices" ( vor-ti-cees ).

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ZenZano

What about when capt and 1stoff said: -pisitive climb - Gear up

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What is Vmcg?

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That was good , took me back 35 years , a great refresher !

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Three stripes mean that he is First Officer (copilot) Joe. When he gets to be Captain Joe, he will have 4 gold stripes.

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Mihail Cristescu

Question: Why you don't ask to the builders to put 4 cameras outside of the plane ? -1. one on the top of the tail (will give you a general wiev of the plane) -2. one outside under the pilots cabine (to see if the plane train is set or not) -3. two cameras outside on the left and on the right of the pilots cabine(to have a permanent view of the wings and the jets). in cabine the pilots will have a cross with 4 display with a permanent outside view with the most important parts of the plain in caze of accident. An image replace 100 of words and many aparatus which may be show right or wrong. The power of this sistem have (must) to be a batery total independent. The images may be stock or direct transmited to an airport.

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Thanks Cpt Joe Good job

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HI captin i am interrested about aircraft i wanna be pilot like you

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