How YOU can land a passenger aircraft! 12 steps

25 Th10, 2019
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What if a Passenger was the ONLY one left to land the plane? Could a passenger theoretically do it, without ANY previous knowledge or training?
In todays Special video, I will go through the required steps that will have to be taken in the cockpit in order to set the aircraft up for a safe auto-land. There will be around 20 different individual steps that needs to be taken and none of them can be omitted or done in the wrong order. This all depends on the passenger getting into contact with Air Traffic Control and being reasonably close to a suitable runway.
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Chapters in the video:
00:00 Intro
01:06 Enter the cockpit
02:15 Get Headset
02:55 Set Radio Frequency
03:58 Set Audio Control Panel
04:30 Talk to Air Traffic Control
06:00 Set Emergency code
06:50 Tell ATC how much fuel you have
07:13 Control Auto pilot
07:55 Start Descending
09:25 Control Turn
10:30 Control Speed
11:25 Set your seat
12:55 Your instruments
13:40 Autoland setup
15:16 Slow down
16:14 Select Flaps
17:35 Set Autobrake
18:55 Arm approach
22:15 Lower gear/flap 15
25:30 Control on the ground
28:00 Landing
29:00 Shut engines down

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  • IMPEACH 46 !!! IMPEACH 46 !!! IMPEACH THIS SENILE PUPPET OF A PRESIDENT !!!

    Dekoven1949Dekoven194923 phút trước
  • 👍 good work 👍

    Mohamed HameediMohamed Hameedi50 phút trước
  • The less passengers know about the cockpit, the better.

    1866187318661873Giờ trước
  • Even if it happens. You can’t access to the cockpit. Look what happens in germanwings plane.

    babarsonybabarsony2 giờ trước
  • I was glued to the screen while trying to take all this in. Now, I'm panicking lest I forget!

    Fredobel51Fredobel513 giờ trước
  • 😍😍😍😍Love et...

    Gealhar TiponesGealhar Tipones4 giờ trước
  • Its amazing and truly flawless and off course life saving guide to land airplane most safely...above all person giving instruction providing remarkably mesmerising instructions....

    rana ahmadrana ahmad4 giờ trước
  • I was doing a surgical procedure one day when my boss walks in just as I nick an artery, and blood is spraying everywhere. As I'm trying to get the bleeding under control my boss smiles, and says, "Don't worry. All bleeding stops eventually." Well, all planes comes down eventually too.

    edwardschlosser1edwardschlosser111 giờ trước
  • Who knew you could do that! Just my luck, the FCC would fine me for using the radio without a license.

    Paul WPaul W14 giờ trước
  • i guess i would do fine then. I already knew how to operate the radio.

    JarnoJarno15 giờ trước
  • Anyone else on a plane atm?

    D2F TrashCanD2F TrashCan16 giờ trước
  • i didnt touch the yoke, i had a vegetarian dish. how do you manage watching the end of the in flight movie while doing this?

    tristian o'brientristian o'brien18 giờ trước
  • Put radio to I/C: Mayday Mayday both pilots are dead, I'm a passenger and I have no idea what I'm doing. Please assist. I don't wanna die.

    PowerGIPowerGI18 giờ trước
  • Leave it to me, I got this!

    Tommy NybergTommy Nyberg19 giờ trước
  • In case of rapture...

    V3ryanV3ryan21 giờ trước
  • جزاكم الله خيرا 🐜

    amr magdyamr magdyNgày trước
  • point 1 .. how i now i transmit .. push som botton or ?? or just speek .. no contact whit the ground you lost in space .. i dont understand you forget so importen info

    Gert KristensenGert KristensenNgày trước
  • Being an ex pilot I find it very instructive and very well put. I really loved the video.

    R K GuptaR K GuptaNgày trước
  • 👍

    Gacheru MburuGacheru MburuNgày trước
  • I going and try this on my flight sim

    Andre CordiceAndre CordiceNgày trước
  • All allah akhbars are just interested in to how to take off :)))

    Tajemne JaroTajemne JaroNgày trước
  • I hope theres Wifi on the plane cause im gonna need to pause and go back n bit...

    manowar707manowar707Ngày trước
  • Dont panic lol....

    manowar707manowar707Ngày trước
  • who else is learning this while trying to learn how to land an airplane ? Just me? wish me luck guys.

    Andre BarracudaAndre BarracudaNgày trước
  • I was lost just trying to find a frequency! ... we will be doomed!

    IporterIporterNgày trước
  • Fake news

    Chad MarkzChad MarkzNgày trước
    • He left the White House didnt he?🤪

      SpeedbirdSpeedbirdNgày trước
  • So. FIRST STEP - contact ATC and emergency number is the most important !!

    PHUONGLE TRAVEL - Du lịch cùng tôiPHUONGLE TRAVEL - Du lịch cùng tôiNgày trước
  • 😂😂😂

    PHUONGLE TRAVEL - Du lịch cùng tôiPHUONGLE TRAVEL - Du lịch cùng tôiNgày trước
  • FLIGHT ATTENDANT: DOES ANYONE KNOW HOW TO FLY AN AIRPLANE? ME: RAISES HAND ALSO ME IN THE COCKPIT: HOW DO I ADJUST THIS DAMN CHAIR NOW?

    Elishama JohnElishama JohnNgày trước
  • Left Behind. Only 1 non-believer left on board and he has to save himself!

    massey3129massey3129Ngày trước
    • Non-believer of what?😆

      SpeedbirdSpeedbirdNgày trước
  • i can land that bucket, but only if i can turn off autopilot.

    DmitryDmitryNgày trước
  • I would just try and land the plane manually

    Pastor Lincoln RussPastor Lincoln RussNgày trước
  • There should be ONE button (bright red saying 'PUSH IN EMERGENCY') to push that automatically puts the radio into emergency mode on every plane.....doesn't that make more sense than to have to remember where the radio is located and what frequency to use BEFORE someone can contact someone to help them?

    Daren SullivanDaren SullivanNgày trước
  • Just a little food for thought...training videos like this one are shown to terrorist organizations all over the world.

    Cory MollakCory MollakNgày trước
  • Passenger needing to land an aircraft - step 1... look up this video on youtube

    Rudolf RandalRudolf RandalNgày trước
  • Nice one

    Kikapu SportsKikapu SportsNgày trước
  • Mayday mayday mayday I'm a passenger and I'm shitting my pants in the cockpit. I need help with landing the plane quickly cause I need to go to the toilet

    SpitfireJJSpitfireJJNgày trước
  • This was cool.

    Robert SRobert SNgày trước
  • Give the passengers instructions on how to land as well along with the safety procedures. Don't even know how to contact the air traffic control. I'll take a seat in the cockpit and shit myself.

    SpitfireJJSpitfireJJ2 ngày trước
  • This was a great video to watch, hope I'm never in that situation but very interesting.

    Brian TownsleyBrian Townsley2 ngày trước
    • Yes, of course, but imagine how great the feeling would be to actually pull it off! I wonder if it's ever been done?

      david loprestidavid lopresti14 giờ trước
  • Great Job!!!!

    Rome MarbellaRome Marbella2 ngày trước
  • I believe there was 47 people onboard

    John FairchildJohn Fairchild2 ngày trước
    • Where? In the simulator?😆

      SpeedbirdSpeedbirdNgày trước
  • I would prefer to take the seat on the left - just like in a car - so I can operate the throttle with my right hand, just like the gear level. This would be much more convenient.

    amjanamjan2 ngày trước
  • On the step #1 I literally already have a shit in my pants.

    F HF H2 ngày trước
  • It would be easier if they made these planes with alexa.. haha

    Josh pJosh p2 ngày trước
    • The mall in Berlin?! 😆🤷🏻‍♂️

      SpeedbirdSpeedbird2 ngày trước
  • I read/saw somewhere that in the entire history of commercial aviation there has _never_ been a case of the entire flight crew being unable to land the place and a passenger forced to do it (other than perhaps terrorist situations). Certainly in over a hundred years there have been cases where the pilot or copilot was incapacitated -- he had a heart attack, he "had the fish", etc. -- but the other flight crew member was always able to safely land the aircraft. My father was a flight engineer for several airlines -- Emery, MGM Grand, a few others. Despite being blind in one eye I'm sure he would have been able to land a plane safely. The next step in automation should be a big, well labeled button in the cockpit called "Land Plane". If Falcon 9 boosters can automatically land intact then certainly we can make a plane do it too.

    GangfireGangfire2 ngày trước
    • @Gangfire Oh, the general/commercial distinction here is what I missed. It has most likely never happened with commercial flights indeed. The wikipedia article "Talk-down aircraft landing" lists several generall aviation cases.

      amjanamjan2 ngày trước
    • @amjan There have been several instances of not-fully-qualified pilots safely landing planes (i.e. no/superficial injuries), but in every single case it was general aviation, not a _commercial_ flight. I did a little additional research and could not find a VIworld video where a non-flight-crew person on a commercial flight successfully landed the plane. One looked promising, a 15-year old who (as claimed) successfully landed a 737-800, but sadly it was click bait -- it was a _simulator_ landing. There's another case of a USAF B-1 pilot who was a passenger on the flight and assisted the First Officer, but he did not land the aircraft. But if there is a success video of a passenger landing a commercial flight I'd certainly like to see it, I love success stories like this. Please link the video here.

      GangfireGangfire2 ngày trước
    • There have been cases of a passanger landing a plane. You'll finds report on this on VIworld.

      amjanamjan2 ngày trước
    • Think flight 522 is the only flight were this could have been a possibility🤔

      SpeedbirdSpeedbird2 ngày trước
  • What's those 2 big rims with white stripes?

    Andri KlinkovAndri Klinkov2 ngày trước
  • Thank you

    Kyaw BritishKyaw British2 ngày trước
  • It's a good thing he put the disclaimers at the beginning of this video, because if I were ever on a plane where both the pilots were incapacitated and I was the most qualified person of the hundred or so other people on the plane because I watched a VIworld video, and we weren't able to resuscitate either pilot, and I didn't adjust my seat correctly and we all died in a firey crash.... I'd be sure to file a lawsuit!!

    Jason StichJason Stich2 ngày trước
  • Well this is about the coolest video I've watched in the last 10 years!

    TheHvkTheHvk2 ngày trước
  • There should be an aviation nobel prize looool

    Andy CoeAndy Coe2 ngày trước
  • Let's be realistic about this. Most people *should* be able to land an airplane with assistance, but the reality is that most people struggle to parallell park a car.

    Gonken88Gonken882 ngày trước
  • I have a friend that works for United Airlines in their flight simulators. I was able to land a 787.....It was a hard landing, but the sim said the plane would have survived.

    Bryan BollingmoBryan Bollingmo3 ngày trước
  • Can you get this plane on the ground??? Yes!!! Yeeeeeeeeeeeiiii kabooom!! 🤗😙💥💥💥🔥🔥🔥😂😂😂

    Gabriel ReyesGabriel Reyes3 ngày trước
  • The 'Passenger Taking Over the Flight Deck' checklist is always printed on the back of your boarding pass. Check it.

    オカオトコIanオカオトコIan3 ngày trước
  • Also, proof that ATLS (what we call autoland) works. It's safe, normal, and reliable.

    Habu12Habu123 ngày trước
    • @Habu12 Aha🤭Thanks👍🏻

      SpeedbirdSpeedbird2 ngày trước
    • @Speedbird Army, Air Force. Automated takeoff and landing system!

      Habu12Habu122 ngày trước
    • Who does? At my MRO we call autoland autoland..🤷🏻‍♂️ To me ATLS is Advanced Trauma Life Support 😆

      SpeedbirdSpeedbird2 ngày trước
  • Every step is memorized. Itching to fulfill them to strike world headlines & fame

    Andri KlinkovAndri Klinkov3 ngày trước
  • "Excuse me, sir there's been a little problem in the cockpit." "The cockpit?!? What is it?" "It's the little room in the front where the pilots sit, but that's not important right now.."

    Habu12Habu123 ngày trước
  • Can always tell an autopilot landing from a manual landing

    Tok Shock!Tok Shock!3 ngày trước
  • The only issue I see with this is how the heck are you going to get in the cockpit to do this?

    Della CleverDella Clever3 ngày trước
    • You`re not..1:10😉

      SpeedbirdSpeedbird2 ngày trước
  • This is going to come in real handy come the Rapture

    Gregory PiusGregory Pius3 ngày trước
  • You can look the callsign in FMC in RTE page not sure tho and can't you just say the plane registration?

    Hej UrciteHej Urcite3 ngày trước
  • Wow! You managed to keep your license after releasing this video :-D

    Kristian EpäilysKristian Epäilys3 ngày trước
    • Why wouldn’t I? Simulators are very safe.

      Mentour PilotMentour Pilot3 ngày trước
  • educational and absolutely facinating

    Dennis DatinDennis Datin3 ngày trước
  • Plot twist: This guy is actually flying a plane while doing this :)

    Aaryaman GuptaAaryaman Gupta4 ngày trước
  • Me: Chatting with ATC on Facebook messenger coz I can't use radio. Passengers: ░░░░▄▄▄▄▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▄▄▄▄▄▄

    Aaryaman GuptaAaryaman Gupta4 ngày trước
  • How are we getting into the cockpit? I thought they are all locked until the plane lands sop's? 🤓

    The ChosenThe Chosen4 ngày trước
    • 1:10😉

      SpeedbirdSpeedbird3 ngày trước
  • Can the autopilot land if there are heavy crosswinds?

    James MooreJames Moore4 ngày trước
  • NO a passenger without any fly training and knowledge can complete the landing for sure

    Chen WaltonChen Walton4 ngày trước
  • People love to mock simmers and it is absolutely true they are not pilots and would have a very small chance of succeeding. But that said, if you've got no other option, I'd rather a simmer take a shot at it than someone who has never seen the inside of a cockpit. I know where the radios are and how to operate them. I know what guard frequency is. I know how to set the transponder. I know where the auto brakes are and how to manipulate the autopilot. I know how to read the PFD. I know where the flaps, speed brake and gear are the general concept of how and when they should be used. I could probably manage to tune a VOR and fly to it using auto pilot. I've flown the full motion sims at Delta and FedEx and managed to get it down mostly in one piece most of the time. I'd need a lot of help from the ground for sure. Again, I am in no way saying I'm a pilot. My chances would be extremely small. Any bad weather at all and the chances would go from extremely small to infintesimal. But if I ever found myself in this fantasy scenario, I'd rather a simmer give it a shot and increase my odds a minuscule amount rather than a random person with zero experience of any kind or just waiting until we ran out of fuel. I would think the incapacitated pilots would have the same opinion.

    wadesworldwadesworld4 ngày trước
    • Most likely yes. It’s better to communicate with someone who recognizes the cockpit than someone who has no clue.

      Mentour PilotMentour Pilot4 ngày trước
  • Wonderful!

    Paul LewisPaul Lewis4 ngày trước
  • If the computer said “2500” but you have the altitude set at 3000 then why is that normal?

    James MooreJames Moore4 ngày trước
    • The callout comes from the radio altimeter which shows you height over underlying terrain. The altitude indicator shows altitude over sea-level

      Mentour PilotMentour Pilot4 ngày trước
  • Why does the plane look permanently banked left, even though the artificial horizon is level?

    Martin GregoryMartin Gregory4 ngày trước
    • (Thanks for this wonderful video, and your reply!)

      Martin GregoryMartin Gregory4 ngày trước
    • @Mentour Pilot At first I thought that, but the view out the window seems to be tilted! Looking at the white light strip above the autopilot, it seems to be at an angle to the line in the clouds between blue and purple....

      Martin GregoryMartin Gregory4 ngày trước
    • Because my camera is tilted. I did this video on a break in the simulator, I had not prepared it

      Mentour PilotMentour Pilot4 ngày trước
  • What's the best moment to tell the Stewardess to bring me a coffee and to check on the three terrorists i left handcuffed on the the toilet?

    Johannes DolchJohannes Dolch4 ngày trước
  • Those spinning wheels are hazardous .. my headset cable would get wrapped around that spinning wheel and rip the headphones off my head - I’d last 5 minutes - tops.

    Rob P.Rob P.4 ngày trước
  • And that makes a person Qualified to fly a Passenger Plane ✈ does it, Well no affence meant to the person who is going to be flying the plane, but I would Not want to be on board!

    Robert ScottRobert Scott4 ngày trước
  • The're on instruments!

    jim smithjim smith5 ngày trước
  • Hey what an awesome video. Watching you from New Zealand. What airlines have you flown for and what planes have you flown? Have you flown a 747

    Azza ManAzza Man5 ngày trước
  • What if autopilot is off? By the time I figure out how to work the dang radio, I probably will crash the plane

    Evan HallEvan Hall5 ngày trước
  • Let's make the radio control so difficult that no passenger will ever be able to understand it. NTSB: yes

    Jeremy JohnsonJeremy Johnson5 ngày trước
    • NTSB has nothing to do with aircraft design😉

      SpeedbirdSpeedbird4 ngày trước
  • This must be included in passenger's safety instruction book.

    Tom VsnTom Vsn5 ngày trước
    • Uhm..no🤨

      SpeedbirdSpeedbird5 ngày trước
  • passenger will not know how to use the radio as explained.

    Tony HullTony Hull5 ngày trước
  • As a result we learned that a passenger can't land a plane

    adem alperadem alper5 ngày trước
  • There's nothing to worry about. All is fine. By the way does anyone know how to fly an airplane. Oh also we've run out of coffee.aaarrrggghhh

    aussie macaussie mac5 ngày trước
  • I FELT I JUST LANDED IT MYSELF WOW THANX

    john johnjohn john5 ngày trước
  • Wotbdya do during lockers? Oh *just learnt how to land a Boeing at Stansted*

    john johnjohn john5 ngày trước
  • I think this basically comes down to three factors: 1. Can you get the radio to work? If you can't you are screwed and will not be able to land. Even if by sheer miracle you can find a landing strip and can set the plane on it you will not be able to stop it. 2. Do you have plenty of fuel? You will need a lot of time for instruction from traffic control and a lot of time to set on final and probably also execute a go around at least once just to get the hang of it. 3. Is the aircraft ok? If the aircraft is damaged it may be giving contradictory information or may require ability to diagnose the problem in the cockpit or may require constant hard inputs just to keep it from crashing and certainly will require a lot of bandwidth which you don't have. Professional pilots get overwhelmed with alerts and spend a lot of training just to be able to coordinate flying the plane and deal with problems at the same time. If you are there alone with no experience you are screwed. I really can't imagine too many plausible scenarios when both pilots get incapacitated and you get to cockpit. Maybe terrorists killing pilots but then get overpowered by passengers? Maybe pilots poisoning themselves eating the same food before long flight?

    Leonard MilcinLeonard Milcin6 ngày trước
  • A passenger tried it's best with his private license for small planes on passenger plane where pilot's where unconscious search on the internet 😅

    shubham dwivedishubham dwivedi6 ngày trước
  • This is very difficult to watch learn and land this plane air traffic control is freaking out because I told them I pulled up a VIworld video

    D-Zero 7CultD-Zero 7Cult6 ngày trước
  • what button do you mean in 5:44

    jerry marabulasjerry marabulas6 ngày trước
    • 4:36🤭😉

      SpeedbirdSpeedbird6 ngày trước
  • OMG way too scary 😅

    RRR LLLRRR LLL6 ngày trước
  • I crashed because i couldn't find a headset.

    Dejan S.Dejan S.6 ngày trước
  • Caption Joe in one of his videos demonstrated same but finally he concluded it's not possible for a passenger to land a plane..would you agree? But I must say you explained it very well and I thoroughly enjoyed it however I wish I will never be in situation to land a plane :)

    prakash ambasthaprakash ambastha6 ngày trước
  • And of course, if you're the only person alive and flying a 737 the ATC are going to advise you to fly and land here instead of Stansted. 52.48449957980691, 2.7312368227417676

    Ecosse ZAEcosse ZA6 ngày trước
  • I wish I don't be in that situation.. But if comes.. I'm sure I can take it to the destination airport safely

    Ramayya vastavayyaRamayya vastavayya6 ngày trước
  • No chit chat below 3000ft...but you are talking? Just joking

    Ramayya vastavayyaRamayya vastavayya6 ngày trước
  • brilliant.

    fran collinsfran collins6 ngày trước
  • Do these steps apply to most modern Airbus and Boeing Models?

    Gee KGee K6 ngày trước
  • Phenomenal. beats the Cessna back in my day!

    len buckholtzlen buckholtz6 ngày trước
  • Hello ATC, pilots are dead, but don't worry, I watched video on VIworld.

    Maciej KMaciej K6 ngày trước
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