What happens if an Aircraft flies too FAST!!?


Zickcermacity
Zickcermacity

Mentour: Excellent tutorial on aircraft speeds under different circumstances! Have you done a video regarding 'Must A Plane always be slightly Nose-Up in level flight to Maintain Altitude'? If you have posted about this topic please advise, or if not yet, I am definitely looking forward to it. :)

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Florian Walter
Florian Walter

So why don't airplanes have electronically Speed limiters just as cars?

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Duffman15000
Duffman15000

Better wear protection when infringing on VD

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Paul Battin
Paul Battin

I actually have a question about the company limits vs tower limits. What happens if the tower requests that you exceed the limit imposed by the company and the aircraft has the monitoring system installed by the company? Do you have to tell the tower that the company has a limit and you can not exceed that limit, or do you tell the company that the tower had you increase your speed past the limit imposed by the company? Love the vids and keep up the good educational materials.

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Oscar Viklund
Oscar Viklund

Are you from Sweden? Your dialect sounds very Swedish lmao

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Oscar Viklund
Oscar Viklund

+Mentour PilotI knew it the first fuckin' second I was like that fucker Swedish! 😂

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Mentour Pilot
Mentour Pilot

I am indeed!

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dieselgames 99
dieselgames 99

6:55 why not a rain jacket problem solved

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slave trader
slave trader

i want that doggo.

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Bill Swingle
Bill Swingle

“Chill, Think and Know” I’ll remember that. Brilliant.

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Jose Cortez
Jose Cortez

I love your dog! So cute

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José Antonio Mas Flores
José Antonio Mas Flores

What about the quick actions to correct High Speed in different flights phases?

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Andrew Grey
Andrew Grey

Why is the retraction speed slower than the landing gear down speed, though?

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Keeshah DarkFurr
Keeshah DarkFurr

I was on a connecting flight that was delayed by snow, when we got into the air the pilot announced that we had permission to fly at full throttle. The engines roared, the plane shook a little, an we arrived at the connecting airport in half the expected time of arriving to just make the connecting flight.

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john dunbar
john dunbar

Brilliant presentation ! I;m not the brightest audience concerning mechanical technical matters but I was able to follow the narrative. Congratulations from a professional historian ! p.s. your dog is incredible !!!

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Lilo X Charlie
Lilo X Charlie

My brother overestimates the amount he knows about aviation. He didn’t think overspeed was a thing haha Also please tell ptaxi that if I catch him going 4 times over the landing speed again at my airport he will have reduced treats and will have his doggieplane taken. Thanks :)

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Angelfish
Angelfish

it crashes of course...

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Eric Taylor
Eric Taylor

When I was 18 I worked for an airplane mechanic. One day a guy came in with a Beech Bonanza (it was a V-tail). It looked like the entire tail cone was crumpled. As if someone had wadded up the skin of the plane, flattened it out then put it back on the plane. My boss took one look at the plane and told the guy the plane was totaled, and was no longer air worthy. The guy didn't like this and got ready to take the plane to a different shop. My boss told him he couldn't fly that plane any more. He called me over to watch a video of a V-tail over speed test. In the video the entire tail twisted back and forth until it broke off. The owner looked pale as he realized how incredibly luck he was. The saddest thing was, it was a beautiful plane.

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Curtis Pedro
Curtis Pedro

less of your face and more video clips plz... thanks

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sharky620ti
sharky620ti

I'm here for the dog 😳😳😍😍

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Ben Martz
Ben Martz

I love your dog! Does he ride in the porsche also?

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DBD TV
DBD TV

You should make a video about Area Rule

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gamingbtc
gamingbtc

I only watch these videos cause I love that dog, but I'm learning a lot about flight after a few vids lol

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Guy Guyguy
Guy Guyguy

Disaster in the sky the crew disoriented at night over the Amazon in Brazil Turns out they were in a terminal dive upside down arc but at 750mph. Of course it broke up.

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Guy Guyguy
Guy Guyguy

This guy would last about 10 seconds on American radio. Talking Science, Engineering. "Moment arm" is just the distance from the Center of Gravity of the aircraft to whatever force is on it, whether 700mph winds on the wings or the rear baggage area on a small plane.

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neusa curado
neusa curado

Very good explanation 👍👌

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pic18f452
pic18f452

Nice touch with the green and red pillows. Thanks, I know where the couch is oriented

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SalveMonesvol
SalveMonesvol

So... I guess not even a dreamliner can go past 1100km/h safely

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Angel Marrero
Angel Marrero

Duh, he gets pulled over...

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Stephen Bosley
Stephen Bosley

Your videos are always so fascinating!

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Isaac L-L
Isaac L-L

How did you ever make it through flight school with such an adorable dog to distract you?! I’m trying to learn from you but (s)he’s just too damn cute! You, sir, must have great self-control. You don’t even *look* at him/her!

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Aleatha Vogel
Aleatha Vogel

I always have to watch Mentour's videos twice because the first time I'm always distracted by his dog.

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Mystikal 36
Mystikal 36

Interesting that you mentioned the Tecoma Narrows Bridge cause that disaster is taught to engineers on how not to build a bridge

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Guy Guyguy
Guy Guyguy

Actually more of a lesson that we think we know everything but....they didn't know at the time that wind could amplify the natural harmonic frequency of a BRIDGE - a bigger than a guitar string.

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Alexander McKay
Alexander McKay

Great insight and knowledge that you got to know and pass on to us. Appreciative that you made it so interesting to listen and understand too.

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Ryan McHale
Ryan McHale

Technically, the problem with super sonic air speed isn't so much "the air particles hitting each other" as it is actually the air effectivly getting ripped apart behind the wing (cavitation) that causes all the problems. And the reason that you suddenly get a lot more drag is because the cavitation is a strong vaccum behind the wing which will pull you backwards

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Alejandro Albino
Alejandro Albino

Lol all this time I thought the dog was a plush

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Edward Byars
Edward Byars

Mmmm. Handsome

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scar3sl
scar3sl

How can you stay serious / Ignore your Dog when he/she behaves like that? :-D I caught a hint of a smile once though ;-)

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DAVID FORTNEY
DAVID FORTNEY

Overspeed, what happens? EICAS or OFDM rats you out to management, the Chief Pilot calls you in and threatens your job, you get thrown into the sim for an eval. ride (wear your absorbent underclothing and best anti-persperant), and then you're given a line check where you are led to think you can't even breathe correctly while operating the aircraft.

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Montgomery Burns
Montgomery Burns

Thanks for another great explanation!

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Mad Joe Mak
Mad Joe Mak

Nevermind the video .. your dog is such a cutie

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Aircraft Planet 1998
Aircraft Planet 1998

Very Intersting

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Josh Gilmour
Josh Gilmour

Dammit, I can't stop watching these videos. They're answering questions I've always had.. Thanks

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Don Catalano
Don Catalano

Terrific explanation. Well done captain.

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General Prodigy
General Prodigy

Who else just kept looking at the dog instead of him?

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Czecherd
Czecherd

don't waste 22 minutes if an aircraft exceeds a certain speed it will rip the wings you can also rip your wings from wing overload from pulling up at high speed this also applies to large aircraft but it can happen at lower speeds

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Guy Guyguy
Guy Guyguy

Pushed to the groud by massive wind shear pilots don't radio permission it's Full Throttle whatever it takes.

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Jacek Piterow
Jacek Piterow

Something is wrong with that explanation...

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Mattdad1959
Mattdad1959

What is the dogs max operating speed?

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planetrob555
planetrob555

Set focus and leave it. You are sitting on a couch, unmoving, so you don't need auto focus. It's going in and out of focus in the video, probably due to the lights on the tree.

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Mentour Pilot
Mentour Pilot

Thanks, it’s a new camera. Still working on all the settings

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Mr Trikstart
Mr Trikstart

Can I have your dog

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Laura Quin
Laura Quin

Nice to see your copilot doing something other than snoozing on the sofa during your videos.

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CaptainAlfie Mutuma
CaptainAlfie Mutuma

You v captain joe. Who knows more

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Soulios Atrika
Soulios Atrika

your dog stole the show

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ED MORGAN
ED MORGAN

Thank you,I learned a lot from this video!

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Josef Stalinsson
Josef Stalinsson

how many passcodes you have to enter for 737 before you start preflights? thx

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VladoSK
VladoSK

Are there any safety reserves when it comes to the maximum flap speed? I mean, e. g. the IAS flap limit for 40° is 162 KIAS, but the real structural limit is e. g. 170 KIAS. In my leisure time a play the X-plane simulator 11 a lot and I am a huge fan of the B737. The thing is, when I overspeed the flap limit by 0,05 KIAS (for example due to the wind gusts), my flap will broke and I crash or, in better case, I do a crash landing. Given to this, maybe a second question: what does it mean, when a flap breaks en route? Is it very serious?

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Dickie Madic
Dickie Madic

Awesome video Mentour. I'm a tech myself, however in a completely different field. All of your videos are helpful for all of us trying to understand structural stress, electronics, and everything in between. Cheers!

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Kevin Clemmons
Kevin Clemmons

What about ascent/descent speeds? Say you’re flying at 15,000 feet and control tells you to climb and maintain 20,000 feet. Is there a minimum speed that control expects you to do that at or is that on the pilot’s discretion?

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ztoob8898
ztoob8898

Worst thing to hear from ATC: "[Aircraft ID], say your intentions." Which is code for "What the f**k do you think you're doing, busting into my airspace?" You REALLY do not want to hear that. I have heard it a couple of times, but directed to a third party, not me. The closest I came to wetting my pants was when I got word from the FBO (fixed-base operator--what they call the airport businesses like clubs, service hangers, fuel vendors), after I parked, that the tower want me to call them. That usually means you're about to get a good butt-chewing, but in this case, they were gathering evidence against another aircraft that was in the pattern when I was. Seems a Lear jet decided to do a 360 turn while on downwind, without even bothering to inform the tower. I was on final approach for the parallel runway, so they wanted to know if I felt like they were a danger to me. I said I saw it happening and thought it was rather curious, but there was enough clearance between us that I never felt at risk. I wonder if they ever took action against that pilot... Oh, and another great video. I'm glad you added the qualifying word "partially" when describing that the accelerating air over the wing's top surface creates lift. There is a persistent myth that the primary source of lift is the low pressure over the top of the wings. Not true. The *primary* source of lift is the wing's angle of attack. As Wolfgang Langewiesche wrote in his excellent book "Stick and Rudder": "Wings push a plane *up* by pushing air *down*." The shape of an airfoil (and vortex-generating features) are more about keeping the air attached to the wing's upper surface than about creating a low-pressure zone. Think of a propeller blade or helicopter blade: they have an airfoil, but generate almost no thrust/lift until they're given a positive angle of attack. Maybe you can do a video about that misconception sometime; it'd be a public service, since the myth is so widespread.

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Sumaiyya Yousuf
Sumaiyya Yousuf

You Want To Know Who Is The Best Person Look at 1 word

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Andi S
Andi S

Is there speed sign?

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Baminokrat
Baminokrat

STAR=Standard TERMINAL Arrival Route

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Thomas Mischnik
Thomas Mischnik

VDF -Demonstrated flight diving speed, the highest actual speed achieved in testing - how do testpilots reach this speed ? How would be the dive-angle and the thrust ? Thks Mentour or another pro.......

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Steve Toldi
Steve Toldi

excellent Educational Video.thank You !

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john Fck wet
john Fck wet

Puppy sleep again !

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Jacksøn
Jacksøn

Hey Mentour, have you seen the new wing concept that Boeing just announced?

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Gary Cameron
Gary Cameron

Pet your dog he wants attention! LOL

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The Open Road
The Open Road

Brilliant video as usual Sir

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Doxie Lain
Doxie Lain

Thank you for the info. As a side note, there is something going on with your autofocus, it kept struggling and flipping between two settings, most noticeable with window behind you constantly shifting focus. It was a bit distracting.

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albear972
albear972

I forgot what your video was about as I was looking at your super cute doggie there!

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EASYTIGER10
EASYTIGER10

Have any of the widely used Boeing or Airbus planes ever been known to go supersonic - or very close to it - in extraordinary circumstances?

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TeamYankee2
TeamYankee2

you should do this in the flight sim... Take off - gear up and firewall the throttles at 200 feet - ignoring all the bells and whistles!

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Han O'Neem
Han O'Neem

Answer: It goes back in time

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Fabio oibaF
Fabio oibaF

Where did you get the London Arrival Animation from?

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bullitanaconda
bullitanaconda

What captain joe expalins in 3 minutes this guy takes 23 minutes. Verry annoying long videos

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PainGod85
PainGod85

The first time aeronautical engineers ran into the effects of compressibility was just before WW2. Lockheed's design staff received lots of test reports from pilots testing what was to become the P-38 Lightning regarding 'fluttering'. That was quite a problem since just about everything related to aerodynamics could conceivably be described by test pilots as fluttering, back in the day. They ended up trying several things to fix the issue, from filleting the empennage to adding counterweights to the elevator, all to no avail. Even then, the USAAF rep insisted that counterweights were still to be fitted on all production airframes. At that time they'd also already lost a few pilots to dive tests due to disintegration of the airframe or exceeding the critical Mach number to the point the plane couldn't be recovered again even at low altitude. Eventually, the phenomenon was understood, and the P-38 was one of the first airframes to be fitted with dive recovery flaps despite the valiant efforts of an overzealous Spitfire pilot whose name shall be left unmentioned, increasing the Lightning's critical Mach number.

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brbpatrickboss barbu
brbpatrickboss barbu

Intro song

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mal de
mal de

Good video but please try to shot short videos 20min too long

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GunsNpolitics
GunsNpolitics

I bet it's a lot easier to fly a plane today that it was in the 60s, 70s and 80s. With all of the GPS and computers to monitor everything, including fly the plane, it's probably a lot easier.

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Ede Szabo
Ede Szabo

I JUST ADORE your little PUPPY ...

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peanutaxis
peanutaxis

I've just realised that I am getting frustrated with these videos because they are too long. I want a one or two minute video telling me the answers to the title.

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sander van elswijk
sander van elswijk

thanks again, nice video. And what a lovely dog you have;-)

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Philip Bannor
Philip Bannor

@ Mentour Pilot - I'm sure you must have answered this question in one of your videos (or even more than once), but I've yet to watch it / them: Why do aircraft around the world measure speed and altitude in knots and feet? Why not metric?

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Crackles McFarly
Crackles McFarly

9/11 - Both planes that hit the WTC towers were above these SPEEDS he discussed and should have had wing and or tail failure BEFORE ever getting to either WTC tower.. But both made it.....This has never been investigated....GEE I wonder why not?>

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JUSTIN TIME
JUSTIN TIME

my wife ask me: “Are you even listening to me?” That is a weird way to start a conversation if you ask me. i told her shhhh im watch in this pilot dude

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JavierCR25
JavierCR25

The puppy has become an integral part of the videos Hehehe. That dive test sounds very scary....

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radudeATL
radudeATL

How come runways aren't flat?

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Offcrewtime
Offcrewtime

Thank you very much for the insight on speed restrictions, both in air and on land. Fantastic video! Thank you.

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Ming Wei
Ming Wei

WHAT'S KNOTS?!?!?

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Gordon Richardson
Gordon Richardson

Knots is nautical miles per hour, a unit of speed widely used in aviation and shipping.

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Major Tom
Major Tom

aproaching mach speeds is like a downward spiral, once you go in, you cant back out. I wonder how they realized this was a thing. Did it happen to an airplane?

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Spiro P
Spiro P

Losing parts? That’s not good.

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roberto ribas
roberto ribas

Your puppy went inverted, entered uncontrollable dynamics.... then stalled.

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Sebas1509
Sebas1509

your doggo is adorable

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Rebecca Armstrong
Rebecca Armstrong

Fk aircraft ur dog is so cute

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Mohamed El Hossainy
Mohamed El Hossainy

Thanks for the wonderful episode Need to know the difference between air speed, Mach speed and ground speed? Thanks in advance😀

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Daniel Coty
Daniel Coty

Although he makes these concepts sound easy, they aren't, what an excellent teacher.

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Steve Mayer
Steve Mayer

Excellent tutorial!!! Can I ask you what type of dog is Brownie?

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Phillip C
Phillip C

So if you go too fast and lose lift and center of balance and go into a dive, going faster and faster, can you recover? How would you? Thrust reversers?

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Leon Kluthausen
Leon Kluthausen

Do you use a dual sim phone to save money abroad by using different countries sim cards? Or do you spend more on phone bills when contacting people after you arrive abroad?

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george georgakopoulos
george georgakopoulos

One video about smoke in the cabin,and how the crew and passengers must react?

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Moe
Moe

How will the test pilots get out of the plane during any fault that they decide they should jump out immediately? Because if you’re diving with a plane you won’t be able to get out of the cockpit. Even if you’re not diving you will still get sucked by the engine when you get out of the plane? Correct me if I’m wrong I’m just trying to know how the test pilots do that.

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Nick Breen
Nick Breen

They might not get out. On high risk tests they will only have essential crew on the plane as escape in a high speed dive will be almost impossible. Engineers and the test pilots will have calculated the risks and have a plan to keep the plane in one piece and in control at all times.

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Al3x
Al3x

The plane would arrive on time?

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