Captain Joe

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If you want find out more about flying, then you have come to right place !!!
With my videos I´ll try to give you a closer look into the world of aviation !!!
Send in your question and I´ll do my best to include your answer within upcoming videos !!!

Enjoy, and remember : DO YOUR BEST, FORGET THE REST !!!

Wenn ihr mehr über das Fliegen erfahren möchtet, seid ihr hier genau richtig !!!
Mit meinen Videos möchte ich Euch einen besseren Einblick verschaffen in die Welt des Fliegens !!!
Schickt mir Eure Fragen und ich werde mein bestmögliches versuchen die Antwort in die folgenden Videos mit einzubinden !!!


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  • They we're good at there jobs😳😁

  • Was it just me or did the air traffic controller kind of use ‘regular’ speech not all the ‘plane jargon’ after the pilot alerted there was a problem? Totally understandable

  • Excellent

  • Where to take off? Follow the lamborghini at speed, pull back the stick and raise your landing gear. Goodbeye!

  • I bet Captain Joe beats him in length. Too bad he flies the "queen" of the skies. I'd like to ride his flight deck and pull his yoke.

  • 5:00 "She does much more landings than I do" 😳

  • Very cool presentation. I enjoyed it immensely. I look forward to more video.

  • That was so informative, thanks!

  • The engine Ight imma a head out

  • what language is this?

  • MCAS: May crash any second

  • Very interesting, thank you from France !

  • What does "heavy" mean in the communications, such as in "United 328 heavy"?

  • No..

  • Me thinking the flaps on the wings who go up after landing brake the plane, I feel very silly now but am relieved the wheels have a break as well! lol. So you learn something every day! Those flaps? what are they doing?

  • Your final comments indicate there is a movement towards single pilot crews? That's crazy, as a member of the flying public I do not approve.

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  • Thanks You so much

  • Broomfield, not Bloomfield.

  • hmmm russa

  • have you had any situation of risk like this?

  • How can I create an aircraft model with my own logo?

  • 8:43 what is he saying here? Is it what I think it is? lol.

  • Wauw! Very nice report from the event! Congratilation! Keep the good work!

  • I'll never get on one of these planes. Using software compensate for bad design is rediculous.

  • Work on the audio quality plz

  • Once a plane had to dump fuel over our neighborhood. For days it smelled like jet fuel.

  • I really expected you to just jump into the pool at the end

  • Sorry joe I fucking hate the way passengers are separated by the cost of the ticket. I was/am hoping the covid 19 situation might make airlines rethink.

  • Good video. Captains normally wear four stripes, Joe. Any reason for your three?

  • That pilot with the cat went from chill to oh god I gotta get this cat to the ground asap.

  • Yes to high speed flight

  • There was no mention of fuel dump. As the plane was heavy, could have caused a fire.

  • Great video which explain clearly the subject and show that's planes are a safe means of transport under competents hands ;)

  • What was most poignant about this whole affair (at least to me) was that at the same time shitty electronics and even shittier programming caused so much deaths in the MAX, Boeing *also* fucked up their code and electronics on their Starliner test flight. I really hope that heads did roll in their management for those fuck-ups and, more importantly, that they - and all their competitors! - learn from it.

  • God entered into my body, like a body. my same size. God rips my face, shoots in my mouth, gum disease. Jesus appears and laughs, come to sweet JEsus

  • It was just a typical Boeing flight!

  • If I'm on that plane, there is no way in hell I'm cheering and clapping until that goddamn thing comes to a full stop

  • the motor is for the stall warinig on the boeing

  • An outstanding series! I was actually a controller at JFK tower when the Concorde was flying (yes, I worked with “Kennedy Steve”). It was at times quite a challenge to work because of its unique requirements. It was also the only airplane you could actually hear from inside the tower cab! Before that I was a controller in at the New York Center oceanic area (KZNY FIR). The Concorde had 3 oceanic tracks, one east one west and one overflow. I remember clearing them into their block altitude 500B550.

  • Hi Captain Joe. What could have happened if the engine fell off completely? Would the plane have survived?


  • Since airbus can deliver a better and safer alternative, why even bother flying in a 737max.

  • Saw this car in racing 🏎

  • Port side

  • It would be flying for 47 hours to get to Hawaii? Huh?

  • Quite dangerous!

  • It costs just $170 to have the fan blades inspected for metal fatigue yet some companies skip this inspection to increase their profits, probably even more-so now because of what the pandemic has done to the airlines.

  • We bought my grandpa's casket at the Coffin Corner. They have great prices.

  • That's a great costume you have on! Lol what a fake ....only in America can a dumb ass talking completely out of his google hand book get a million views. Anyone who believes this guy is a idiot

  • The so called Aviation experts that are featured on Network & Cable News shows should subscribe to your videos. They could learn how to explain situations like this to John Q. Public that would not put the fear of flying traveling public. Having been in several very scary inflight & on the ground incidents myself, I know the fear that passengers experience.

  • Actually, the horizontal polarization is reflected from surfaces. The vertical polarization is transmitted (or absorbed) increasingly toward the Brewster's angle of the water droplets. Sunglasses transmit vertically polarized light and block the bright reflections from shiny glass, chrome, and paint.

  • I unliked because of the excess publicity.

  • Did anyone notice the duration of the video is 7:47??!!!✈️

  • They say Heavy because of their wife’s.!

  • @4:00 was it uncontained? The blade and a half that broke (at least from the view point of the video) didn't seem to breach the nacelle. When I hear "uncontained" it is a specific failure where blade fragments exit the nacelle, something designed with extreme priority to protect against (due to piercing vitals of machine and people).

  • man I wish they had these for passengers. flying would be so much more comfortable.

  • Great analysis of what happened on the plane. Great job Captain!!!!!

  • Polarized lenses will even make a gas pump display unreadable. Of course it depends on the type of display it is using.

  • What happens to the INBOUND to DIA aircraft? Do they "hold" in a pattern or are they rerouted to other airports??

  • The rhetorical slave chemically match because flugelhorn nationally brush at a wrong grade. goofy, vengeful cloudy

  • I thought it was because most people are right handed and if they sit on the left they can use there right hand to use the instruments

  • Why do they fold down to deploy though? The load, lift, comes from the bottom, so folding up would seem to make more sense, since then the forces in flight would help to keep them deployed.

  • Plot twist: the Lamborghini is the actual plane

  • ATC offered pilots a whole freakin airport to choose their landing. I don't think that's an easy split second decision..

    • Why not? 200+ people on board, I’m sure it’s completely standard procedure.

  • Im here to win

  • The video taken by a passenger of the burning engine just proves that one can shoot a video and pee their pants at the same time.

  • We need more of these reaction videos! Please make this like a monthly thing. Like one of these a month or smth :)

  • Why didnt the pilots just disable the entire MCAS system when they realized it was malfunctioning? wasnt that an option of the boeing??? did they not know how to operate the features of the aircraft???

  • Here I thought that's what they said when the they were didn't bring enough meals onboard and some of the passengers wanted Little Caesars. Why they would want Little Caesars, I don't know...

  • IFR = I Follow Roads ^-- how many comments with this can we count, already? :-D

  • I still dont understand what happened to the engine though to cause that

  • Another great video - thanks. :-)

    • @Cassie Often I understand. But maybe, in this case, the need to do so was put to one side, bye the need to land asap...

    • Don't you have to dump fuel to land?

  • Joe, I've lost all respect for you. You are a moron.

  • Fascinating.

  • How cool was this Captain, yeah I know he's trained for these situations before you start