What if the reversers OPEN in flight?!


Roadking911
Roadking911

Bucket were used on the tf33’s on the C141. Antique Aircraft to you.

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Roadking911
Roadking911

I was taught that brakes on our aircraft continue to heat up 45 min after last application. I have seen brakes melt the fuse plugs in wheels.

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born2flyau
born2flyau

Another great informative video., When are you going to get some CoPilot strips for that cute little curly haired sidekick of yours. What breed is he?

Vor 6 Stunden
Mar Blox
Mar Blox

Doggie is back.!!!

Vor 13 Stunden
Hobo Hound
Hobo Hound

Well if it reverenced in flight, ,, Just stop in mid flight get out and rotate all the tires,, get back in and continue on with the flight,, And have an ass kicking day,

Vor 16 Stunden
Ed West
Ed West

just got through with a long round trip flight, and I will tell you, I'd very honestly rather be a garbage man than to work in ANY capacity in the airline industry, including flying the plane.

Vor 17 Stunden
Ed West
Ed West

I like being home. I'd not like living out of a suitcase, constantly checking in and out of hotels, being stuck because of cancelled flights. The ground guys get to work whole shifts in the cold and snow. Airports are huge and everything is expensive. Maybe you get used to it but altitude changes and different foods can make you feel ill. I do admit the crew of planes do look like they are feeling fine. And maybe they get some time off. And I appreciate what you do, because for me the pay would not be enough.

Vor 8 Stunden
Mentour Pilot
Mentour Pilot

It is very different as a job. Believe me, I have tried both things extensively

Vor 13 Stunden
Sixfoursoul
Sixfoursoul

This was long and boring AF

Vor 18 Stunden
Mentour Pilot
Mentour Pilot

Sorry to hear that. Luckily you have the option to stop at any time and watch something else. Modern wonders!

Vor 13 Stunden
Ru22eLL
Ru22eLL

On any landing, the brake system is getting hammered, which will mean changing components quickly. Why not use thrust reverser on every landing to reduce wear n tear on the brakes? Indeed, I have the impression that on most landing thrust reverser s are used.

Vor 21 Stunde
rai x
rai x

Go to 13:45 to watch the title "What if the reversers OPEN in flight?!"

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Marco
Marco

This whole reverse thrust subject reminds me of Air India Express Flight 812. Where the captain was an arrogant brick and killed 158 people. He essentially landed in the middle of the runway, even tough his FO told him 3 times to go around, and applied reverse thrust and brakes. Then he realised that its to late and gave the 737 full forward thrust again to try to do a go around. Plane went down the hill at the end of the runway.

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Anders A
Anders A

Viggen hade också en cool reversingsmekanism :-)

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dolores deojos
dolores deojos

Sorry , I made the question before seeing the complete video !!

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dolores deojos
dolores deojos

Can you explain why the DC-8s were able to use the thrusts reversers safely during flight ? thanks !!

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nasty badger
nasty badger

Dear Mentour Pilot, Before I unsubscribe from your channel, please explain to me how you came about the theory that thrust reversers do not shorten the landing distance on dry runway. Was it a poor choice of words, perhaps you misspoke... A lot of viewers of this video are puzzled about your statement and I haven't seen you address their perplexed comments regarding your statement. Can you please make a follow up video expanding on your claims or a correction statement that would provide some relief? It would be very much appreciated and it would validate your credibility. Thank you in advance and looking forward to hear back from you.

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Tyler Brown
Tyler Brown

I’m surprised to see that you have a dog. Most pilots and flight attendants I know prefer cats, given their independence and low maintenance costs.

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T.J. Evans
T.J. Evans

I can never understand what you say in your intro.

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Dianne Christensen
Dianne Christensen

There’s my favorite puppy 😂🥰🥰

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Iguana Pete
Iguana Pete

Im just here for the dog.

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Nopporn Pinitsap
Nopporn Pinitsap

สุนัขชื่ออะไร น่ารักมากๆ

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Sir Reginald Blomfield
Sir Reginald Blomfield

You keep swapping thrust and trust !!!!!

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wan den
wan den

fall to earth

Vor 2 Tage
Johnny
Johnny

Your dog kinda stole the show... I did manage to learn new things besides that. Cheers

Vor 3 Tage
2wMaliman
2wMaliman

Odd this was on my recommended list. I just had a failure on my simulator where the engine 3 reverser got stuck on the 747 at about 300 feet after take off. I thought it was an issue with flaps or the wing since the engines were green. Despite going full left, it didn't recover. I think I'll run the scenario again since you said it should be recoverable at low altitude. It seems to be a very dangerous malfunction, as it is unusual and hard to distinguish. Thanks for the video, now I'll look for this as a possibility next time I find my plane suddenly banking.

Vor 3 Tage
fourthlayer
fourthlayer

WOW, it took 18 min to acknowledge what i had remembered some years ago about a mid flight reversal. These are great vids and I don't fly anything!

Vor 4 Tage
WILLIAM RUSH
WILLIAM RUSH

WOULD REALLY LIKE TO KNOW HOW FAR AWAY THE SUN IS?  HOW LARGE THE SUN IS  AS IT IS CLEAR THAT IT IS  NOT AS WE HAVE BEEN TOLD FROM OLDEN DAYS, REALLY HOW BIG AROUND IS THIS THING?!!!

Vor 5 Tage
John McGuinness
John McGuinness

interesting video. Your dog looks like he or she is having a great time.

Vor 5 Tage
Dennis S
Dennis S

On the Lauda Air Flight 004 if the pilots could have reacted quickly enough could throwing the engine that had the reverser deployed be put into flight idle, then possibly this could have saved the aircraft?

Vor 6 Tage
manifestgtr
manifestgtr

Holy cow! What’s up with that nose down attitude at 2:34? Is that some sort of crosswind maneuver with the new 737s? I can’t say I’ve ever seen that sort of attitude on short final aside from the London City style approaches.

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2wMaliman
2wMaliman

I believe its standard procedure to lower the throttle to idle when initiating landing approach, and let the plane coast the final miles to the runway. Nearing the runway, they dive to gain velocity to deploy the flaps, which are deployed so the plane's rate of descent slows drastically and the nose lifts. I'd like to know I understand it right from what I've read. An actual pilot would probably explain it better.

Vor 3 Tage
Salimah
Salimah

Who's the mother of your kid?

Vor 6 Tage
Philip Tooley
Philip Tooley

Any other pilots figure out you are not on a spinning ball yet?

Vor 6 Tage
Parimal ,
Parimal ,

Very informative vid. Thanks.

Vor 6 Tage
Anne Margaret
Anne Margaret

Has Patxci rejected takeoff? 😁

Vor 6 Tage
Cameron Gregg
Cameron Gregg

I heard that the plane that they used to train shuttle pilots before the program ended, was able to have full reverse thrust and gear down during flight to simulate the drag and descent rate of the shuttle.

Vor 6 Tage
airchairp
airchairp

This is an excellent introduction to reversers. Some thoughts: 1. Wheel brakes and airbrakes might best described as "effective" rather than "efficient". Reversers are efficient with regard to their reversal of available thrust, but I'm not sure what an "efficient" wheel brake would be. 2. Reversers have been used for backing jets out of the gate at rustic terminals, this might be mentioned as an introduction to foreign object ingestion.

Vor 6 Tage
Mister Sorge
Mister Sorge

Like that brazilian TAM flight in 1996. Took off from Congonhas airport... reverse cames open due a cable malfunction and 20 sec. after... BAM! Crash and burn. No survivors.

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Zandrie Elliott
Zandrie Elliott

Is that the Catalonia flag on those bell-shaped Christmas decorations.

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i'm everywhere
i'm everywhere

Of course not it’s just a common color scheme

Vor 6 Tage
INAPPROPRIATE
INAPPROPRIATE

I was on a turbo prop that had to abort take off. It was out of Las Vegas. The planes had quick turn around and it was 110+ degrees outside. Engines almost caught on fire. The front wheel of the turbo prop got off the ground. Then all the sudden you feel a hard jerk and the front of the plane slammed on the ground. We had no idea what was going on. Next thing we know the plane is surrounded by fire trucks and escorted close to the terminal. Fire trucks surrounded the plane. Then we were unloaded.

Vor 7 Tage
Bill Olsen
Bill Olsen

I always thought we'd REVERSE all the way back to Schifol!

Vor 7 Tage
Aidan Standing
Aidan Standing

i have heard of an aircraft that crashed as a result of one of the thrust reversers activating in flight, the thrust lever for the affected engine automatically went back to idle (because of a mechanical link connected to the lever and the reverser) but because of the situation and the pilots not being aware of why it happened they pushed it forward again

Vor 7 Tage
Jason Buis
Jason Buis

I know Spirit don't like to use thrust reverers. Due to waste of fuel.

Vor 7 Tage
JulieJu
JulieJu

Hi. These videos are interesting even for someone who doesn’t necesarily wants to become a pilot. And I just looove the dog 🐶

Vor 7 Tage
MichiganWildcat
MichiganWildcat

Your dog is cracking me up! He's just laying there like a kid

Vor 7 Tage
John Lucas
John Lucas

It's always less of a risk if pilots and crew consume sambal olek prior to the flight but you didn't mention it.

Vor 7 Tage
Darnley Bynoe
Darnley Bynoe

2 Things: 1. you mentioned that on high bypass engines they reverse only the bypass thrust which is about 70% of the total thrust which seems to mean that 30% is still pushing the aircraft. Wouldn't that mean that you would only have -70% + 30% = -40% of effective reverse thrust? 2. You mentioned that when the breaking system detects wheel slide on a slippery runway the system auto releases, as does ABS on most cars. On cars, however, there is a pump to quickly reapply the breaks many times per second, as needed to quickly stop. You didn't say weather or not this is true for aircraft breaks, is it?

Vor 7 Tage
Tiago Barufi
Tiago Barufi

once it happened in São Paulo in 1998. Fokker 100, reverse thurst went off right after takeoff, bringing down the aircraft and killing everyone plus 4 people in land. The pilot didn't even understand what happened :-( They actually tried to increase throttle, obviously worsening the situation.

Vor 8 Tage
Tac50
Tac50

The way he defines reverses thrusting is contradicting.

Vor 8 Tage
Brent Kiley
Brent Kiley

Your statement at the beginning of this video was either miss represented, misstated or false. If thrust reverses reduce the braking distance during a wet landing due to bad braking action, they could also possibly help reduce the braking distance during normal braking conditions, as their effect on the forward momentum of the aircraft has nothing to do with braking conditions. It is possible this is not how pilots are trained to use them though and that is different. Meaning, you brake harder on a dry runway because you can vs on a wet runway because you would skid. But if, you were to land two times, with exactly the same braking conditions and final landing weight and the same force was applied to the brakes both times and the only difference was reverse thrust and no reverse thrust, the landing with reverse trust would have a shorter distance to a full stop (yes airliners almost never stop on the runway and use high speed exits, that could also be why you think it does not affect landing distance as you don't need to stop, you just need to slow down enough to get off the runway). This is also why airlines use them to reduce wear and heat on brakes. Brakes also become less effective as they get hot do to heat changes in their pad properties (this is also why hyper cars have air-vents to cool brakes).

Vor 8 Tage
Anton Boludo
Anton Boludo

Thank you. Are you Danish?

Vor 11 Tage
fidel catsro
fidel catsro

im still waiting for a cat to appear in the show..

Vor 13 Tage
Bart Daanne
Bart Daanne

That the brake disk needs to be cooled for it to work effectively seems to contradict with brake disks on vehicles. On Formula 1 cars for example, you can see the brake disks glowing hot as it is converting all that speed into energy.

Vor 14 Tage
Mentour Pilot
Mentour Pilot

They do, and so do aircraft as you saw in the video. That doesn’t mean it’s good. A cool Set of brakes are always working better than a hot pair.

Vor 14 Tage
anik bhowmick
anik bhowmick

can single thrust reverser be deployed . if so how the aircraft responds on the ground .?

Vor 14 Tage
Mentour Pilot
Mentour Pilot

Yes, that works perfectly. You have to anticipate the slight asymmetric thrust but it’s very little

Vor 14 Tage
anik bhowmick
anik bhowmick

in fact in a320 with IAE 2500 engines reverse thrust do not produce extreme noise . but CFM 56 7B in b737 Engines reverse thrust are very noisy..

Vor 14 Tage
Aircraft Planet 1998
Aircraft Planet 1998

Nice Video

Vor 14 Tage
Aircraft Planet 1998
Aircraft Planet 1998

REVERSE THRUST Engine Bypass Air guided in Reverse Reducing Brake Distance on a Wet Runway & Reducing Brake Wear VERY ACCURATE

Vor 14 Tage
mmaircraft
mmaircraft

Does anyone know what breed or mix of dog it is? Too small for a goldendoodle.

Vor 15 Tage
Mentour Pilot
Mentour Pilot

It’s a Toy Poodle. The smallest variant

Vor 15 Tage
Amy Wong
Amy Wong

As always, your explanations are on point and very well for me as a "normal" curious passenger to understand. Thanks for taking all the time and patience! :)

Vor 15 Tage
rmanthefishkiller
rmanthefishkiller

i have a friend that pilots the C-5M and with the reverse thrust on it, he started his approach 6 miles away...... from 35,000 ft. fun story about reverse thrust.

Vor 15 Tage
William Dukane
William Dukane

17:43 - Dog looks directly at the camera over his shoulder

Vor 15 Tage
Guillaume Gingras
Guillaume Gingras

I suppose that a pilot when detecting a thrust reverser opening in flight, could quickly shut down the engine in question and land safely on the remaining engine?

Vor 16 Tage
Joel Zimmerman
Joel Zimmerman

3. Aircraft (Boeing or Airbus) Anki-skid systems is NOT an AUTOMOBILE anti-Lock system. In FULL mode, it provides progressive anti-skid capabilities for each wheel on the landing gear. 4 wheels, each, independent (737), eight wheels (B757/767) each independently seek the maximum braking selected by the autobrakes, or by the manual brake pressure desired (brake pedal ).

Vor 16 Tage
Joel Zimmerman
Joel Zimmerman

2. The Boeing (737-NG/757/767/777) Auto Brake System only measures deceleration rate. Use of thrust reverser doesn't effect the final landing distance. More reverse thrust reduces brake temperatures It's all based on the Autobrakes selected deceleration rate (selected in cockpit)) and the detected IRU deceleration rate. More reverse thrust = lower brake temps.

Vor 16 Tage
Joel Zimmerman
Joel Zimmerman

A little late, but here's my weigh in. 1. TR's are most efficient at high speed deployment due to the collision of engine (reversed/ deflected air from the aircraft engines which collides with flight path air), hence the noise people hear once they are activated. the noise is heightened as more air from the engines is added (increased rpm) to the collision of air masses. Example, wearing an unzipped jacket, stand up in a convertible auto at 100 kph, grab the bottom of each of the zipper sides and try to fully spread your jacket. You can't stand up! Try it again at 35 kpm. What if you wear a longer jacket and try then same. Spooling engines (increasing engine rpms in reverse), increases the volume of air colliding with flight path air during landing.

Vor 16 Tage
Banditø Wannabe
Banditø Wannabe

*TH* rust

Vor 17 Tage
AFmedic6871
AFmedic6871

I glad so see you have the proper color pillow placement. LOL

Vor 17 Tage
Nabi
Nabi

Hello, Can someone tell me, if you can select the thrust during the reverse or if it's a set thrust. Also how much thrust is that? Can it overheat? Numbers please. Thank you🖖

Vor 17 Tage
Sharang Satish
Sharang Satish

Man I love aviation and I want to learn more about thrust reversers, but MY GOD your dog is so cute and distracting!

Vor 19 Tage
Rico L
Rico L

7:34 the dog is so cute :D

Vor 19 Tage
Mike Vagg
Mike Vagg

Why didn't they use them prior to the Sioux City crash for control (directional) will they not operate with out hydraulics ?

Vor 19 Tage
John Sullivan
John Sullivan

Thrust Reverse is somewhat like engine brakes in 18 Wheeler ? Using the engine to break forward momentum.

Vor 20 Tage
Khalifa Vlogs
Khalifa Vlogs

Trust reversers..... 🤣🤣🤣😁😁😁 Love ur accent ❤❤

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Riseabove #
Riseabove #

All I wanted to know was what would happen if the reverse thrusters open during flight... and instead I enrolled in pilot classes. Quietly exiting through the door hoping no-one notices.

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Just Me
Just Me

His dogs are so cool

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Dr Teeth
Dr Teeth

Mate , I know you are a pilot but your explanation of the role thrust reverse is wrong . Thrust reverse is not used to cool down the brakes . The role of thrust reversers is to slow the aircraft down and to assist the service wheel brakes . Are you sure you are a pilot ?

Vor 22 Tage
Baldur Norddahl
Baldur Norddahl

Why not cool the brakes with water before a quick turn around?

Vor 22 Tage
Eric Abott
Eric Abott

Video: there is a very very low chance of a problem but 25ish years ago it happened and everyone died Me: OMG every plane I fly on is going to crash.

Vor 23 Tage
Kevin Lindsay
Kevin Lindsay

Wouldn't the fan pull negate the bypass push? This has always confused me.

Vor 23 Tage
Daniel bruke
Daniel bruke

@Mentour Why boeing nose are sharper than airbus nose? is it any aerodynamic shape or is it just a boeing style?😎 btw i am also training to be a pilot so hope we meet soon sir...

Vor 23 Tage
Patty Ann
Patty Ann

your christmas tree,, since you are a pilot,, i got a great idea,, next time with your christmas tree,, hang small model aircraft from it,, boiling 727s, 737s, 747s, 757s, 667s, 777s and such and also all of the airbus planes and lockheed TristarL1011, and many more commercial aircraft. now that would look cool.

Vor 24 Tage
Ion Muha
Ion Muha

Your dog is very cute

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protoword
protoword

I am retired mechanical engineer in field of hydraulics and many things you talking about, I already know or well understand! Interesting, my daughter is flight simulator desiger at CAE [just portion (mechanical parts) of all these systems]. As subscriber to your channel I always thought, that themes of your great videos would come to end one day, but new questions are popping up and it keeps you busy sir! Thank you for educating public like me and let them know about all these little gimics about airplains and flying! Well, I got guestion for you and if you think it may bee interesting for broader publik, please answer it in one of your future videos! I am frequent flyer, but puzzles me all of these different types of airplains I see at airports around the world. Please, can you sort it out and explain by shape what kind of them is? Sometime, I see, very the same planes, but still minor differences! My wife asks many question also, but I tell her to go and see your channel, but she said:” Idon’t have time to browse all his videos, just tell me quick! LOL, she doesn’t have time to learn, just do short cut to aknowledge! We all do the sam sometime, and you are here eager to help us sir! Thanks!

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AviaDiarmuid 1
AviaDiarmuid 1

Do you fly for Ryanair

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ted
ted

highlight is the dog waking up at 9:48

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Steve Jeffryes
Steve Jeffryes

Many years ago, I read about a trans Atlantic flight which suffered a thrust reverser inflight deployment (one of 4 engines). The engineer calculated that at their rate of descent, they would not make land. The loss of engine controls included both the TR deployment and inability to throttle back. It so happened that the pilot had been a witness to a test flight by a manufacturer test pilot in which the aircraft was put through a roll with some other maneuver I can't recall; the test aircraft actually threw an engine off the wing; the same position engine with which they were having a problem. Taking into account the odds of anyone surviving a ditching in the Atlantic far from shore, the pilot tired the maneuver he had witnessed,... with success. With the misbehaving engine thrown from the plane, they were able to establish a positive rate of climb and make an airfield landing.

Vor 24 Tage
stan
stan

wait wait !! wasn't that dog white on previous video ??

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Larry Gall
Larry Gall

Fascinating..

Vor 25 Tage
FOXY THE FOX
FOXY THE FOX

Also the landing is hard to control may the craft will go left or right because there's no thing can slow down or speed up to stop the sliding.

Vor 25 Tage
kondrakov67
kondrakov67

Why propeller slices air in propeller aircraft?

Vor 25 Tage
HaulYouNeedisLove
HaulYouNeedisLove

Mentour, are you high? Of course reverse thrust brakes the aircraft and reduces the landing speed and distance. As confirmed when you later contradict yourself by explaining reverse thrust sometimes becomes the main brakes on a slippery runway, as the antiskid system stops the tyres skidding and braking effectively, so max reverse thrust will actually stop the plane and be the main braking system in many of these instances. Some very incorrect information you give. Max reverse thrust is a significant, effective brake in landing, significantly shortening landing distances, and the power is the same, whether on a warm and dry, or an icy runway. On hot dry days/quick turnarounds it stops the brakes getting too hot by providing a very significant % of the braking force so they don't have to work as hard and get so hot. Correct yourself and redo the video.

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Balaji Chandrasekaran
Balaji Chandrasekaran

Do jets and other airliners like ATRs have carb heat?

Vor 25 Tage
CM7botekar
CM7botekar

Doggo be like: SHUT UP! THROW ME A BALL!

Vor 26 Tage
Firstname Lastname is allowed
Firstname Lastname is allowed

I was not aware that gets had ABS systems on them! ABS=antilock brake system. Cars have them so you can still steer in a hard stop because if your front tires are locked up you go straight no steering. On a jet it makes sense to so it doesn't slide out of control if a wheel locks up. Always learn new things when I watch your videos! I learned more then just this by the way just not enough room in the comments section to talk about all I would like to!

Vor 26 Tage
RotoHCF
RotoHCF

I may be mistaking here, but I believe the emergency landing of a TU-154 on a short, partially decommissioned field in Izhma, had thrust reversers deployed before touchdown. Pretty sure they were desperate to slow down since most of the wing mechanization failed to come out.

Vor 26 Tage
joey lau
joey lau

What are those flaps that go up on the surface of the wing when landing

Vor 26 Tage
Sahil Navale
Sahil Navale

How do honda jets do reverse thrust?

Vor 26 Tage
cellogirl11RW
cellogirl11RW

Have you ever had landing gear break or get stuck in the wrong position during a landing? If so, how did you keep the aircraft under control? Thanks for helping me satisfy my curiosity.

Vor 26 Tage
Edward M
Edward M

Just a few days after watching this video a Southwest 737 skidded off the runway in Omaha due to snowy conditions. I was thinking, see the pilot didn’t leave his reverses on standby. Then literally a day following that incident a United Airlines 737 skidded off the runway at Chicago because of snow as well. Obviously both incidents were similar as ATC reported good braking actions and coincidentally both pilots were instructed to exit at the end of the runway. Do you think it’s more due the nose gear unable grip for the turn as opposed to brakes?

Vor 26 Tage
Scott Samber
Scott Samber

Not meaning to completely get off topic here (great topic BTW) but I just love how you can let your dog lay next to you almost insisting you pay attention to him but being such a great pilot you have the ability to completely ignore him and keep your attention right on target! So cool!

Vor 27 Tage
Mark Hungwell
Mark Hungwell

The puppy moves around more in this video than any other I’ve ever seen. In fact, I kinda thought it was only a pillow, a weird pillow that is, all of last year.

Vor 27 Tage
Mentour Pilot
Mentour Pilot

Haha! I usually tire him out a bit before filming. :)

Vor 27 Tage
Lord Samich
Lord Samich

This was a very long way of saying: 'AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH'

Vor 27 Tage
Allan Jensen
Allan Jensen

I agree with many others here that thrust reversers will slow down the aircraft regardless whether the runway is wet or dry! But another question. I would have thought that thrust reversers would have caused less wear and tear than using brakes, so why not using them on dry runway? Safety? Bad for the engine? Or why?

Vor 27 Tage

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