The Miracle on the Hudson, a NEW perspective! - Mentour Pilot

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    Today it is exactly 12 years since the "Miracle on the Hudson", US Airways flight 1549 encountered the most famous birdstrike of all time which led to two, catastrophic, engine failures and a successful ditching on the Hudson River outside New York, USA.
    The incredible work by captain Chesley Sullenberger and Jeffery Skiles as well as the heroic work of their cabin crew and first responders led to the successful outcome. But were there mistakes made along the way? In this video I will be telling the story of flight 1549 based on the final report. I will also give you a pilots perspective on what went on in the cockpit during that winter afternoon in 2009.

    00:00 Introduction
    00:49 Patreon Homage
    01:18 Overview
    03:51 Info on Jeff Skiles
    05:25 Takeoff
    06:25 Birdstrike
    08:10 Crew initial handling
    11:14 Decision Making
    16:30 Cabin Crew
    19:35 Ditching imminent
    22:47 Ditching
    25:28 Conclusion
    28:38 Full uninterrupted flight simulation
    34:22 End-game

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    Below you will find the links to videos and sources used in this episode. Enjoy checking them out!
    Mediawatchersoz: Surveillance footage of Cactus 1549 landing in the Hudson
    de-film.com/v-video-JIQZat3simU.html

    Manhattan Image: @jacobybrandon
    Passenger on wing image: @Steven Day/AP
    Waterway boat image: @Steven Day/AP

    ATC Audio: @ AppleDualG5
    de-film.com/v-video-yVCeQ89BB_o.html

    CCTV Footage: @ MediaWatcherOz

    NTSB report: www.ntsb.gov/investigations/A...

imaner76
imaner76

Initially I thought, oh this one again, how many takes on this have there been. Then I sat glued to the whole thing. Fantastic work, great perspective. Awesome job.

Vor 8 Monate
Vern Faulkner
Vern Faulkner

@Matt R Mentour sort of covered this: that the dual-engine failure checklist was the one they were working from, not the ditching checklist. We are all watching from hindsight, and judging with the implicit bias of knowing what happened. The crew only knew the engines were inoperative: had they been able to start one, and spool it up to even half-power, they could have limped the plane into an airport, right? I'm suspecting the captain had ditching in his mind at a staggeringly early point after the mishap began: that's pretty clear. I'm going to take a guess he didn't call for the ditching checklist because of the faint hope of restarting the engines.

Vor 12 Tage
Woody Woodman
Woody Woodman

@Mentour Pilot Odd question... I'm sure the aircraft was a total write off... but even if it wasnt... Do they "Re-assign" aircraft numbers after serious accidents... to new planes? Change them? I should say flight numbers... like "Flight 1549"!?

Vor 26 Tage
Rich Adder
Rich Adder

What

Vor Monat
Matthew Banham
Matthew Banham

yep me too. awesome job - an aviation geek, UK

Vor 2 Monate
David Pirtle
David Pirtle

Yes I only have one question and maybe it's on purpose , this, and the 2 British airways landings are just amazing to me. I've never flown a plane and I'm sure he understands their skill but I get the impression he doesn't want to over state their airmanship. I don't know maybe he's trying to sound more objective but to me any landing with few or no casualties is amazing skill. Luck is always a factor but I've found winners find luck and losers make excuses.

Vor 2 Monate
juliansark
juliansark

Maybe there should be buttons for such scenarios. A "ditch on water" button that works like a mode switch and is to be pressed, like, 30 seconds before the event. Disables stall protection and TWS, starts APU etc. with one press of a button (or MFD menu button).

Vor 9 Stunden
Jacob
Jacob

I'm so torn on this incident. On one hand, I never want to see innocent people have their lives put in jeopardy, but on the other hand, it's exactly what those geese deserve.

Vor Tag
CharlyDeamen
CharlyDeamen

As a Canadian, I feel it is my duty to apologize for those geese.

Vor Tag
Andre Cordice
Andre Cordice

I must say a military back ground is what guided this captain. Great job Captain.

Vor Tag
morzh1978
morzh1978

What the point of having waterproof "seaworthy" aircraft if it cannot avoid hull breaches upon impact against the water surface even at the lowest speed possible, with no waves etc.?

Vor Tag
morzh1978
morzh1978

@Mentour Pilot It feels like they suffer the hull breach no matter how "softly" they perform a touchdown... or does it mean that proper thrust-assisted / powered landing reduces impact to an acceptable level?

Vor 19 Stunden
Mentour Pilot
Mentour Pilot

They are not “seaworthy”, they are built to try and withstand a water landing if needed but obviously it can’t be built to do that at any speed or configuration.

Vor Tag
Jeff Leake
Jeff Leake

Ha I,m surprised the Americans on board didn't try and sue Canada over this incident. We all know how they love to get lawyers involved at the slightest sign of a good payout and they were Canadian geese after all

Vor Tag
MR intel
MR intel

Great response of this crew to an emergency. Bad examples are e.g. the Swissair crew who wasted a lot of time and then crashed off Halifax in 1998, and the Air France crew who could have saved their plane by turning on the automatic pilot, but crashed mid-Atlantic in 2009.

Vor Tag
The Jaggernaut
The Jaggernaut

It takes me 15 mins to wear my pants and realise that i haev them backwards i wonder how i would have fared in this situation.

Vor Tag
Choco Latte
Choco Latte

Given that Canadian geese do not cruise at 15,000 feet, one would think the emergency procedures and training would address low level bird strikes. Maybe Monday morning quarterbacking, but this seems somewhat obvious.

Vor 2 Tage
Andy Vokurka
Andy Vokurka

could you please add subtitles for the radio transmissions please

Vor 2 Tage
bettingru
bettingru

This video drives home the reality of the incident. Too many people think the movie was just that a story. Thank you.

Vor 2 Tage
Jason Austin
Jason Austin

Everyone on this aircraft must have had a ton of past-lives, stored up Karma, and all “positive”, I might add. Holy shit! All the boats used for rescue, the right pilot, recently sim-trained FO, experienced cabin crew. It just goes on and on. And handy river water on a cold but calm day. I’ve often wondered how many pilots would have let their ego make them believe they could have made it back to LaGuardia....not wanting to become the next crash headline.

Vor 3 Tage
Benjamin Nolan
Benjamin Nolan

Strewth, the sim at the end really makes you realise how quickly everything happened from start to finish.

Vor 3 Tage
Aleksandar Dzunic
Aleksandar Dzunic

18:15 - Introducing "Master Warning Cancelation Button - MWCB" => silence in the cockpit?

Vor 3 Tage
Aleksandar Dzunic
Aleksandar Dzunic

Q [10 :23]: Why there is no "mayday" frequency channel at each ATC location in order to avoid heavy radio traffic?

Vor 3 Tage
KiminBim
KiminBim

Awesome video all around! Love all of your stuff. I was working in an office in midtown Manhattan on this day at a TV station (Channel 13) TVs were everywhere and we were watching footage. We were all glued to the screens when I pointed out the window and said "There's the plane right there!" we had a somewhat distant view from our side of the building which faced the Hudson. We could see the people on the wings and the boats come get them. Incredible day, still in awe about the skill and calm of Sully and his crew!

Vor 3 Tage
Brad D
Brad D

Would have great to have an audio overlay of the cockpit voice recorder (I.e. flight crew in the cockpit when not transmitting over radio)

Vor 4 Tage
Nik Grekas
Nik Grekas

Great video mate.

Vor 4 Tage
Thomas Jamison
Thomas Jamison

Having lived in Philly for many years and having had lots of opportunity to watch the geese migrations, I should think that bird strikes around La Guardia are not exceptionally rare by any means. This is not to detract from what happened, but I should think the pilots who fly there are pretty much aware of what can happen and what to do in a bird strike.

Vor 4 Tage
S
S

"Looks like it may be an incident here." No shit?! How are the operators so calm? Just found your channel. Amazing job. Love from Stockholm.

Vor 4 Tage
Witheredgoogie
Witheredgoogie

Graceful landing in the circumstances but I bet the geese were a bit stunned.

Vor 4 Tage
Betsy Burton
Betsy Burton

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Vor 4 Tage
A C Ross
A C Ross

Are you sure they were Canada Geese? They sounded just like sparrows. :-)

Vor 4 Tage
L
L

Crazy to watch the simulation with the audio. Well done, it’s hard to grasp how fast it was

Vor 5 Tage
name
name

Whenever I hear to this ATC recording, I know that's not the main thing, but I'm always amazed by how quickly the Teterboro Airport responds and clears him for landing - like how! "one ring - he picks up - runway 1 uh check, does it need assistance" - wow so f'ing precise! And Sully too with his famous "unable" - such brevity!

Vor 5 Tage
Bill Bowers
Bill Bowers

On my flights I've only got peanuts and a coke never a duck dinner .

Vor 6 Tage
Armando Covelli
Armando Covelli

A REAL SULLY IS A TACA AIRLINES ENGINES NOT RUNNING AND THE PILOTS LANDEND THE 737 IN A SAMWPY PLACE OFF NEW ORLEANS AFTER A DUAL ENGINE FAILURE, THISN SULLY IN THE HUDSON RIVER IS A LOT OF B.S.

Vor 6 Tage
Kiron Manuel
Kiron Manuel

The pilot is a genius.

Vor 6 Tage
Patrica omas
Patrica omas

Do use the new Microsoft flight sim in your recordings?

Vor 6 Tage
Patrica omas
Patrica omas

@Mentour Pilot :)

Vor 6 Tage
Mentour Pilot
Mentour Pilot

Sometimes, mostly a commercial license for FSX

Vor 6 Tage
Kerry Rogers
Kerry Rogers

Explained amazing thank u

Vor 7 Tage
Thomas Flournoy
Thomas Flournoy

Why would someone ditch with engine power?

Vor 7 Tage
hdtvcamera1
hdtvcamera1

The FAA tried to hang Sully out to drive. Knowing the failure was coming their test pilots managed to return the jet to the runway after a dozen failed attempts. They actually took that final result to the federal hearing to attack Sully.

Vor 7 Tage
Jay Hennigan
Jay Hennigan

Amazing insight from a pilot’s point of view. Outstanding video Mentour Pilot. I’m new to your channel and loving your videos. I have to say I got chills listening to the comms at the end of the upload. Sully and the crew were remarkably brave and calm under quite probably the biggest pressure anyone could face. Incredible, thanks for the insight!

Vor 7 Tage
Brad Marcum
Brad Marcum

I get very emotional every time I watch that simulation. Great job of breaking it down for us MP

Vor 8 Tage
Andrew Mcdonald
Andrew Mcdonald

"The birds used during the certification for testing purposes" I beg your pardon? there's animal testing and then theres that!

Vor 8 Tage
Phil Williams
Phil Williams

I find it amazing how both pilots and crew remain so calm. Wow! Quick thinking belief and a true desire to get through, saved them all.

Vor 9 Tage
d koz
d koz

Short of exterminating geese, which is not likely, or stop flying from NYC airports, not really, this mishap will happen again. We may not be so fortunate in results. So there is an accepted level of risk.

Vor 9 Tage
Саша Говрилов
Саша Говрилов

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Vor 10 Tage
John Chilton
John Chilton

I find it a bit vexing that this kind of incident hadn't been foreseen, after all bird strikes are most likely to happen while at low altitude, so entering or leaving an airport is the most probable time for a strike to occur. With this in mind I find it even more difficult to understand why the pilots were not trained to act immediately in this situation and initiate a quick return in the event of an engine failure. The first priority in this situation should be to maintain as much speed as possible and return without delay, yet they seemed to hesitate and bleed off speed whilst also increasing the distance it would take to return. Personally I think this is a case of both lack of training and of pilot error, although I do appreciate this all happened in a very short space of time so it would be a very difficult and stressful event. However that's exactly why all these scenarios should be thought of and practiced in the simulator. Also I think all passenger airline pilots should spend a decent number of hours in a glider, I know many do anyway as a pastime but it should be mandatory, this has on occasion proved to be an invaluable experience and skill set when certain pilots have found themselves behind the controls of a passenger aircraft that's lost all engine power.

Vor 10 Tage
Foxdie
Foxdie

As an American I won’t get stuck in the fact the geese are Canadians…lmao. They always getting involved in our stuff lol

Vor 10 Tage
Jief1 L
Jief1 L

Hi. You said they were losing speed. If they hadn't lost speed, would it had been better for the water landing ?

Vor 10 Tage
Muck006
Muck006

That simulation shows a lack of knowledge of birds ... because these MIGRATING BIRDS fly in a specific FORMATION ... and NOT "in a wild flock" like CITY PIGEONS.

Vor 11 Tage
Romy sews
Romy sews

Whenever I hear about this I feel really bad for the ATC, no one told him for ages that the plane had landed and no one had died

Vor 12 Tage
Nonarei
Nonarei

So strange when you think how things all aligned to produce the results it did, plane equipped for emergencies over water, the First Officer having recently gone through training so the procedures were as fresh in his mind as they could be but then compare how many things aligned to ensure the worst outcome for the Bucharest disaster he did a video on.

Vor 12 Tage
Sugarsail1
Sugarsail1

Fois Gras machine.

Vor 13 Tage
Meredith Anderson
Meredith Anderson

That reenactment at the end was amazing!

Vor 13 Tage
Meredith Anderson
Meredith Anderson

Oh phew! I thought your new perspective might be that Sully didn't do a good job or something!

Vor 13 Tage
Jorge Hernandez
Jorge Hernandez

What great pilots...people...they came out alive...it is all that matters here.

Vor 13 Tage
Robert Flanders
Robert Flanders

These are excellent pieces of content. Post accident reports are incredibly dry pieces of content, and you communicate very well with interesting background content.

Vor 13 Tage
John Greydanus
John Greydanus

I was hoping for his comments on the movie, you know the investigation part.

Vor 14 Tage
Bob D'Amico
Bob D'Amico

I still am amazed with this story!

Vor 14 Tage
Mentour Pilot
Mentour Pilot

It is a really interesting story

Vor 14 Tage
Heikki Parviainen
Heikki Parviainen

An adult goose is over 20 pounds. A chicken between 2 and 12 pounds is used in testing fan blades for bird strikes. And a duck is like a chicken, but they swim. LOL

Vor 15 Tage
Panzer Obi
Panzer Obi

the best part is: Which Runway do would you like at Teterboro?`We`re going to be in the Hudson..... Uhm..... Say Again? :D

Vor 15 Tage
Philip Jessop
Philip Jessop

Would you get any push from the A.P.U. It is a turbine after all.

Vor 15 Tage
Speedbird
Speedbird

Nope, no thrust

Vor 3 Tage
Kerem Ozurun
Kerem Ozurun

At the time of the investigation people forgot the human element of the situation to apply on simulator runs for the investigation. As you explained have it(the reaction time) in the "decision making" section of the video.

Vor 16 Tage
ryler05
ryler05

Completely fake event

Vor 16 Tage
Speedbird
Speedbird

🤦🏻‍♂️

Vor 3 Tage
zog zog
zog zog

Mute. When mentour pilot speaks OK. Otherwise MUTE to avoid tasteless sound blare.

Vor 19 Tage
Colin English
Colin English

Fabulous video, I thoroughly enjoyed it and the movie was great too.

Vor 19 Tage
jack woods
jack woods

Question for this Pilot making this Video...Do you think that YOU would have made same decisions Sully made to land in River?...What do you think you would have done in this situation?...Be Honest

Vor 20 Tage
Rick Massey
Rick Massey

Ok...there was a dramatic point of Sully uttering "birds" prior to the bird-strike... Didn't happen. Otherwise...THIS IS AN INCREDIBLE JOB . Sully's calm in the face of his obvious knowledge that WHATEVER his decision,the resulting outcome, it's NOT going to be good... You can hear the tension in everyone else's voice but Sully's.

Vor 20 Tage
RedDragon1211
RedDragon1211

It's all impressive and amazing every time I hear it but to watch in real-time at HOW LITTLE TIME THEY ACTUALLY HAD gives me chills.

Vor 21 Tag
Daniel Bossert
Daniel Bossert

@Mentour Pilot: I really love watching your videos! Great stuff, and very well explained. However, I got disappointed by this one, sadly. I read the book in German "Man muss kein Held sein" / "You don't have to be a hero". This gives tones of background information on why he could handle it that way. He was trained in the Military, flew since he was a little boy. He says: "You don't need to be a hero. Just do your work properly and act as you got learned/experience/intuition". I missed this background information, information about his growing up His character; this story deserves a 1-hour video. But as said, I really like the others videos from you; just now, I am going to watch the next one.

Vor 21 Tag
Hany Abi-Habib
Hany Abi-Habib

He makes a BOO BOO, says the flight was in 2009, and talks about the 1st officer having only days of flight time because of getting his clearance January 2008? He just started flying on that plane more than 1 year later? I am pretty sure the guy did not just stand around for a year and never touch a plane he got trained on.

Vor 21 Tag
nitram419
nitram419

I'm really surprised that the NTSB's summary of factors contributing to the survivability did not mention the role of Airbus' *Alpha-protection* system in keeping the aircraft on a stable trajectory and preventing stalling during the final descent onto the river. Without it, the outcome could have been very different.

Vor 22 Tage
Elizabeth Ann ferrario
Elizabeth Ann ferrario

This story was the most skilled actions by the crew to date , they were amazing , along with the cabin crew , it was a wonderful result .

Vor 22 Tage
Monarquista Rebelde
Monarquista Rebelde

Mr. Skiles is one of the most handsome men I have ever seen.

Vor 23 Tage
Eric Dudley
Eric Dudley

That was intense.

Vor 23 Tage
Monarquista Rebelde
Monarquista Rebelde

Come to mama 🤤

Vor 24 Tage
Carlos Luis Syquia
Carlos Luis Syquia

amazing to hear how quickly sully and the crew reacted to this from the ATC POV

Vor 24 Tage
Greg Claydon
Greg Claydon

Great work..thank you.

Vor 26 Tage
Woody Woodman
Woody Woodman

Odd question... I'm sure the aircraft was a total write off... but even if it wasnt... Do they "Re-assign" aircraft numbers after serious accidents... on new planes? I mean like "Flight 1549"!? Change them!?

Vor 26 Tage
Woody Woodman
Woody Woodman

@Speedbird I know... I worded it wrong! Do they continue using the flight number though? Or do they change it? As if its bad luck, or outta respect!?

Vor 23 Tage
Speedbird
Speedbird

Flight 1549 is not the aircraft registration it is the flight number😉

Vor 24 Tage
The Delta 757
The Delta 757

ATC: Ok, what runway do you want? Sully: i SaId thE HUDsON

Vor 26 Tage
mVm MotoVlogMusic
mVm MotoVlogMusic

👍🏻I’m appreciative of the insight you offer. 👍🏻

Vor 28 Tage
Anuraag Tiwari
Anuraag Tiwari

If you see this comment - would it have been possible for him to flare if the appropriate anti-stall system had been switched off? And would that have softened the impact in the water? You mentioned they landed with more force than the certified limit, implying that there's a procedure for a lower force landing, how is that achieved? Could they have improved their water landing in any way given what they had?

Vor 28 Tage
tiffsaver
tiffsaver

Everyone remembers where they were when things like this happen. On this morning, I was talking to my landlord in NYC at the precise moment this incident occured. His office was located near the top floor of an office building overlooking the Hudson. Suddenly, I heard him exclaim, "Boy, that airplane is sure flying LOW..." as it whizzed by his window. Then he paused and said, "...Jesus, it's going into the Hudson!!" I asked him what he was talking about and he replied, "THE JET!! It's going to land in the Hudson River!!!" then he suddenly hung up the phone. That's when I turned on the TV and waited for the report, which came on incredibly quickly. Little did I know at that precise moment what my landlord was witnessing, and what I was listening to in real time, second hand. That phone call still resonates in my memory.

Vor 28 Tage
Bandolero
Bandolero

Ive watched the story about this guy a million times i must meet him before either of us dies... a True legend!

Vor 29 Tage
Blue Moon
Blue Moon

Great video! Amazing how fast everything happened..god bless sully; skiles, and the river boat captains .the scuba cops and airplane crew and passengers... Amazing!

Vor Monat
Ch113d
Ch113d

The speed and professionalism of the pilots and the atc personnel is beautiful

Vor Monat
Allan Purl
Allan Purl

For the ditch to happen perfectly as it did, a thousand things had to go right. If even one thing went wrong, it would have turned out very differently and lives likely would have been lost.

Vor Monat
Richard Hetrick
Richard Hetrick

I think the seats should face rear to give better proction for tiders

Vor Monat
Debbie Huffine
Debbie Huffine

Praise God for this miracle 😇

Vor Monat
Dominic Dunne
Dominic Dunne

Were there any recommendations for the engines to deal with those big Canadians???

Vor Monat
rick15666
rick15666

Legendary

Vor Monat
altair1983
altair1983

There really is no replacement for experience. Kudos.

Vor Monat
De Cam
De Cam

Any crash you can walk away from is a good one. Anyone you can swim away from is a good second.

Vor Monat
Peter Wakeman
Peter Wakeman

Heard a story of a young family only eating plants and not seeing anything else on people's plates. So the family with these young kid eating vegan or vegetarian meal so a meal go by that has a dead bird on it. The kid says are they going to eat a dead bird?

Vor Monat
Peter Wakeman
Peter Wakeman

Dc9 MD 80 the APU is used in many check lists for many situation eg back up electric power. Never got rated on Airbus here but DC9/MD80 experience with the use of APU could have been life experiences v the check list. Thanks for the video

Vor Monat
Peter Wakeman
Peter Wakeman

APU started with DC9 MD80 check and training experience

Vor Monat
himssendol
himssendol

Can you do an episode on Ural air accident, which i think was a very similar dual engine failure crash?

Vor Monat
Wargasm644
Wargasm644

Sully handling that shit like a true American badass 👊🏻

Vor Monat
Brian Thorstad
Brian Thorstad

Nice review/summary.

Vor Monat
D Brown
D Brown

Kudos for not saying "Canadian Geese". Drives me nuts.

Vor Monat
Carmela D.
Carmela D.

Wow ! Great explanation of what really happened with real timeline. Good job !

Vor Monat
Ana Kay
Ana Kay

A great story where all the people survived, but let's take a moment to remember all those poor geese that were innocently flying along, only to be killed upon impact with a huge plane....

Vor Monat
Fear the duck 666
Fear the duck 666

Skiles and Sully, a winning combo!

Vor Monat
Trooper Jarrod Ventura
Trooper Jarrod Ventura

Where's that heavy accent from??!!

Vor Monat
Rajeev Nair
Rajeev Nair

Could nyone tell me how the hours of flying is calculated. And if first officer is the onle flying a particular leg, does it also be added under captains hours kf flying. How they maintain authentic records of flying time??

Vor Monat
Kevin Gonzalez
Kevin Gonzalez

I'm thinking about the amount of pain the geese expirienced

Vor Monat
Franco Jacobo Salazar
Franco Jacobo Salazar

This is the most serious report of an incident like this, I have ever seen. I will keep thinking this was a miracle from all perspectives points of view. What a professional video and explanation. Stuff like these are the ones, we want to see in youtube. Deeply congratulations for taking the time to give us all kinds of multimedia examples.

Vor Monat

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