One of the most AMAZING aviation stories ever told | TACA flight 110

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On the 24th of May, 1988 a Boeing 737-300 from TACA airlines, flight 110 suffered a dual engine failure during the descend into New Orleans international airport in the United States. The engines flamed out due to heavy ingestion of rain and hail and the following approach and landing will go to the history books as one of the most dramatic ever in the history of aviation.
And the story doesn’t even stop there, how they managed to retrieve the aircraft is a story worth its own video
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Below you will find the links to videos and sources used in this episode. Enjoy checking them out!

Interview with Captain Carlos: isboths.info/zone/v-deo/zIlnj2WPmqjOZaI.html

Piper Archer: @European Aircraft Sales
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Weather radar: @CTV News
london.ctvnews.ca/severe-thun...

733 Battery: @aircraft-battery.com
legacy.concordebattery.com/th...

Water Ingestion 1: @airlineratings.com
www.airlineratings.com/wp-con...

Engine 1: @David Monniaux
upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedi...

Water Ingestion 2: @GEAviation
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Engine 2: @icarusig.com
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Mountains: @Sergei Gussev
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mountai...

Certificate: @CFM
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RAT: @aviationmatters.co
www.aviationmatters.co/airbus...

Checklist: @AlexPIC81
forums.x-plane.org/screenshot...

Site 1: @Ted Jackson
www.nola.com/archive/article_...

Site 2: @OnDisasters
AeronewsGlob...

Barge: @Airbus
www.airbus.com/aircraft/how-i...

Spinner 1: @Duch
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CFM_Int...

Spinner 2: @David Monniaux
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CFM_Int...

Fan Blades: @Golfcharlie232
Golfcharlie232/st...

VBV: @smartcockpit.com
www.smartcockpit.com/docs/CFM...

00:00 - Intro
01:12 - Chapter 1: Flight Overview
05:01 - Chapter 2: Capt. Dardano, The Man
06:43 - Chapter 3: How’s the Weather?
09:04 - Chapter 4: The Problem with Radar
11:58 - Chapter 5: Engine Flame Out
16:14 - Chapter 6: Attempts at Recovery
19:46 - Chapter 7: Prepared for Ditching
24:30 - Exclusive offer from Curiosity Stream
25:37 - The Final Chapter: Back Into Service

Ummæli 

  1. Mentour Pilot

    Mentour Pilot

    Mánuði síðan

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    • DL Vox

      DL Vox

      13 dögum síðan

      Captain are you back and flying now post COVID and picking up some legs in Europe? What’s the state of travel over there these days? I was planning a Croatia trip this summer from the US but gonna wait a year.

    • Jimy Doolittle

      Jimy Doolittle

      18 dögum síðan

      Awesome 🙏🏻✈️ definitely Captain Dardano is a badass pilot 👨‍✈️ , Here is another story we like to hear about it from you , ( awesome storyteller ) Capt Orestes Lorenzo , he flew his mig 23 from Cuba to Miami and , later after unsuccessful attempts to legally bring his wife and kids , he flew a cessna 310 back to Cuba , land in a busy roadway an fly back to Miami ✈️👨‍✈️

    • Murray Flewelling

      Murray Flewelling

      18 dögum síðan

      @Gen Lin I might add that for a group of people known for believing whatever conspiracy they read over a bathroom toilet, one would think being told the virus was not real, then no more deadly than the flu, that fighting people in stores over policy is patriotic, encouraged to gather by the thousands unprotected, told bleach might kill the virus ( host as a bonus,,lol) and then the realization that their leader admitted he down played the virus to protect them from panic.............a light bulb moment might have caused questions regarding their elimination.......But no, just democrats eat babies and Gates wants to tag them like cattle...LMAO !!!

    • Murray Flewelling

      Murray Flewelling

      18 dögum síðan

      @Gen Lin Tell them Biden demands they wear masks, get the vaccine, and under no circumstances gather in groups of more than 10......they will do the rest themselves....:))

    • Gen Lin

      Gen Lin

      19 dögum síðan

      Do you know how to get rid Rogue Qanon army and family members who take it upon themselves to control your phone and life?

  2. dreamburn1

    dreamburn1

    Klukkustund síðan

    What was Captain Sully's least favorite band? Flock of Seagulls.

  3. uwais msnn

    uwais msnn

    3 klukkustundum síðan

    i just want to ask.. how they move that broken plane after the incident? they cant move it using truck because of that plane is so big.. eventhough they fix the problem, that plane still cant fly without runaway..

  4. Ray Brown

    Ray Brown

    9 klukkustundum síðan

    Good script; lousy commentator.

    • Ray Brown

      Ray Brown

      5 klukkustundum síðan

      @Mentour Pilot You need a course in presentation. Also, study some experts on NatGeo. Your material is too valuable to go unheard.

    • Mentour Pilot

      Mentour Pilot

      6 klukkustundum síðan

      Really? What can I improve my friend, I love constructive feedback.

  5. Monica Enriquez

    Monica Enriquez

    22 klukkustundum síðan

    This is my 2nd time watching this! The pilot & co-pilot made such an incredible team! I hope you do a video when Lucas earns his pilot’s license!

  6. Charles Bennett

    Charles Bennett

    Degi Síðan síðan

    Absolutely amazing feat. Supernatural pilot at a minimum.

    • Mentour Pilot

      Mentour Pilot

      Degi Síðan síðan

      Carlos is a great guy!

  7. Ushio Cheng

    Ushio Cheng

    Degi Síðan síðan

    When a aircraft is so undamaged in an accident that you just fly it back to the airport 🤣

  8. Prosper Ménière

    Prosper Ménière

    2 dögum síðan

    Bye bye miss American vet, flew my Boeing to the levee but the levee was wet.

  9. Blue Irony

    Blue Irony

    2 dögum síðan

    Very impressive, but not an equivalent ~ even though there was a storm, the plane still landed on land. Sully landed on water. Water is worse to crash into/land on than land. One of the first things you learn in flight school

  10. Carl Ahlers

    Carl Ahlers

    3 dögum síðan

    TACA - lovingly known as Take A Chance Airlines

  11. TheGryfonclaw

    TheGryfonclaw

    3 dögum síðan

    I remember reading about this guy, the captain in particular, and thinking what giant balls he must have and how much fuel he has to burn whenever he pilots a plane

  12. Xivex10

    Xivex10

    3 dögum síðan

    Montour Pilot, do u think u could have pulled it off the same way?? Answer my question?

  13. Xivex10

    Xivex10

    3 dögum síðan

    I flew Taca Many times...

  14. timothylegg

    timothylegg

    3 dögum síðan

    To me, the original Sullys would be Richard Ogg and George Haaker of Pan Am Flight 6. That is one interesting wikipedia page

  15. Steve Burke

    Steve Burke

    4 dögum síðan

    So, my question is this: Did the Captain know of the "slip maneuver as a result of Captain Robert Pearson "slip" maneuver in Canada in 1983, 5 years earlier?

  16. Simon Wang

    Simon Wang

    4 dögum síðan

    The hapless velvet timely fool because toe literally open between a feeble feigned heat. plain, impartial ping

  17. stanthology

    stanthology

    5 dögum síðan

    Landing at Midway airport years ago in turbulent weather in a 737 the pilot was sideslipping the aircraft big time! It was more like a roller coaster. I could feel him sideslipping and I knew what he was doing. Anyway, Midway has short runways because it was an ancient place. (1923) I remember as a kid I saw Lockheed Constellations there. A jet of some sort actually went through the fence and a child in a car was killed when his car collided with the plane. When we landed, the passengers let out a big collective gasp, like "We're alive!"

  18. Moshe the Zealot

    Moshe the Zealot

    5 dögum síðan

    Those piolets are bad ass

  19. Isabella Electrum - Virtual YouTuber

    Isabella Electrum - Virtual YouTuber

    5 dögum síðan

    Technically that wasn’t even a crash landing cuz they were able to take off again LOL

  20. Alan Macphail

    Alan Macphail

    5 dögum síðan

    The perceived problem with having only one eye is the lack of binocular vision. This is not entirely true as human vision is not binocular passed 2 or 3 feet anyway.

  21. mlang52

    mlang52

    6 dögum síðan

    I remember one in the US where the plane had a pilot who was a glider pilot. It took about three minutes to tell the story. Why pad this story with 27 minutes of trash to pad the story.

  22. Tiffiny Harrington

    Tiffiny Harrington

    6 dögum síðan

    What is a Discord group flight?

  23. Johnny Bumpous

    Johnny Bumpous

    6 dögum síðan

    what a super pilot.. I would consider that as a miracle..

  24. Jessica Bamber

    Jessica Bamber

    7 dögum síðan

    That captain and flight crew are awesome! You did a great job telling us about this.

  25. travelinpack

    travelinpack

    7 dögum síðan

    Do you mean to tell me that aircraft engineers think that water and hail would have the same effect on a plane engine? I hope that’s not true... common sense should tell you that is not true. I hope you misspoke about that. 12:35 or so

    • travelinpack

      travelinpack

      7 dögum síðan

      At the end now, very cool that everyone came out ok here!

    • travelinpack

      travelinpack

      7 dögum síðan

      Ok so this was in the 80s but still... I know nothing about aviation other than being a passenger and I would have been asking those questions when testing an engine. As well as what about birds, volcanic ash, and anything else I could think of that might affect my engine in flight - seems like a no brainer.

  26. Gerard Duarte

    Gerard Duarte

    8 dögum síðan

    The hot huge gate identically pause because child relatively compare lest a accidental test. stupendous, aromatic skirt

  27. Night Blizzard

    Night Blizzard

    8 dögum síðan

    Loved this story. I’ve seen other docs on this incident, but none as informative or enjoyable. Great work!!

  28. Kareem Salessi

    Kareem Salessi

    8 dögum síðan

    Click-bate-video!!!!

    • Kareem Salessi

      Kareem Salessi

      5 dögum síðan

      @Mentour Pilot You could probably wrap this up in less than five minutes, rather than going on & on & on....

    • Mentour Pilot

      Mentour Pilot

      6 dögum síðan

      Why is that? I’m covering exactly what I put in the thumb and title?

  29. Lasse Versland

    Lasse Versland

    8 dögum síðan

    Is the animated engine a cfm 56? I didnt think they had a radial compressor

  30. e1123581321345589144

    e1123581321345589144

    9 dögum síðan

    I'm curious why the FAA doesn't do reports and recommendations from incidents like these. There are lots of things to be learned from them.

    • e1123581321345589144

      e1123581321345589144

      5 dögum síðan

      @Mentour Pilot ah, good to know. Form your video I understood that there wasn't. Thanks for clarifying that.

    • Mentour Pilot

      Mentour Pilot

      6 dögum síðan

      They did. That’s what I used for the video

  31. Mister Itchy

    Mister Itchy

    9 dögum síðan

    When I was getting my license, I was constantly turning to final too high and had to sideslip. That was in a Warrior. Amazing they did that in a 737!

  32. Tony McAlinden

    Tony McAlinden

    9 dögum síðan

    I've really been enjoying these little mini-documentaries Mentour does but this one is just wonderful - manages to touch on the personal and technical sides of the incident. Shows that the old "heroic pilot" *can* function as part of a team, and not as the cause of so many avoidable accidents as they did in the pre-CRM days.

  33. Aero Dardano

    Aero Dardano

    9 dögum síðan

    Increíble how you explained ... Congratulaciones and blessings for your programs; they all are very very interesting... Cap. Dardano

  34. Steven Keane

    Steven Keane

    9 dögum síðan

    What’s even more amazing is I just read an article that states the plane was not taken apart and removed from the site the plane actually took off from that site I would love to hear that story

  35. Civilian Nuclear Power

    Civilian Nuclear Power

    9 dögum síðan

    Fun fact the pilot Dardano isn't allowed to compete in any olympic games or other record related sports, upon landing when they tested his blood he was found to have the banned substance, Badassium in his system. Several governing bodies say he may be the source so the is also banned from watching those same sports in person....

  36. Celestino Ceniza

    Celestino Ceniza

    9 dögum síðan

    What a story thank you so much🤙

  37. xisotopex

    xisotopex

    9 dögum síðan

    if they had not attempted to start the engines until they were out of the cell, would they have functioned normally? what if after starting the engines they did not attempt to gain thrust until they were clear of the rain? just let them idle? would they have cleared and come back on line?

  38. xisotopex

    xisotopex

    9 dögum síðan

    these guys are heroes, and fantastic pilots. I wonder what happened to them? where are they now?

    • Mentour Pilot

      Mentour Pilot

      6 dögum síðan

      Stay tuned 😉…

  39. xisotopex

    xisotopex

    9 dögum síðan

    when I was a kid, I was allowed more than few times to go into the cockpit of commercial airliners during flight....

  40. Alex L

    Alex L

    10 dögum síðan

    OMG dude. WTF happened? Since when did your videos become hollywood level production? How are you doing this?

    • Mentour Pilot

      Mentour Pilot

      6 dögum síðan

      I have managed to find an awesome graphic designer and editor, Dominic!

  41. Rob Billeaud

    Rob Billeaud

    10 dögum síðan

    Helluva piloting job. You hear about how the newest airliners can quite literally land themselves, but there's no substitute for good pilots when things go sideways.

  42. Mike Zerker

    Mike Zerker

    10 dögum síðan

    I really enjoy these videos Petter also the graphics are beautiful!! Great job!

  43. Tony Mazzola

    Tony Mazzola

    10 dögum síðan

    Awesome story!

  44. theone9273

    theone9273

    11 dögum síðan

    Anyone know how many hours he retired with?

    • Mentour Pilot

      Mentour Pilot

      6 dögum síðan

      He is still flying!

  45. kano 1971

    kano 1971

    11 dögum síðan

    Sully was just taking off not at speed or altitude yet he had no choice but to water ditch it was not that amazing .. now this one in the video is crazy

  46. Clue Less

    Clue Less

    11 dögum síðan

    I seem to remember a rather detestable leader of a European airline describing pilots as no more than glorified taxi drivers ..... so many of these vids show what utter garbage he was talking... keep up the good work !

  47. Jim Ross

    Jim Ross

    11 dögum síðan

    Watch the interview with Carlos! Take the hour and a half. It's well worth the time. Thanks for that link.

  48. Carlos Delgado

    Carlos Delgado

    11 dögum síðan

    I hope the pilots got some type of award or recognition for this. This is amazing.

  49. Cyr Media

    Cyr Media

    12 dögum síðan

    Shouldn't the APU be the first thing they start? Whoops

  50. Rick Hay

    Rick Hay

    12 dögum síðan

    Awesome video. Thank you for all the hard work.

  51. Daedalus Young

    Daedalus Young

    12 dögum síðan

    So bye bye miss American Pie Flew my Boeing to the levee but the levee was dry And them good ol' boys were drinking whiskey and rye Singing "This'll be the day that I fly"

  52. russell broadbent

    russell broadbent

    12 dögum síðan

    Unbelievable what skill great story thank you.

  53. Michael Neville

    Michael Neville

    12 dögum síðan

    Captain Carlos Dardano' remembered that his primary job was to fly the airplane and land the passengers safely. Well done!

  54. Jesus Penaloza

    Jesus Penaloza

    12 dögum síðan

    Omg he took long time to tell the story i feel asleep an woke up next day and he still was telling the story

    • Mentour Pilot

      Mentour Pilot

      6 dögum síðan

      😒

  55. Frank Bogues

    Frank Bogues

    12 dögum síðan

    What sort of person down votes this? And good lord the miserable lives they must lead. Incredible mini- documentary. Bravo.

  56. Andres Garcia

    Andres Garcia

    12 dögum síðan

    They did a movie about sully, the miracle of the Hudson. They should do one too for this.

  57. Judith Gola

    Judith Gola

    12 dögum síðan

    I have no idea where this gentleman is from, but he speaks better English than a ton of Americans. I love to listen to his style of storytelling, very easy to follow and fascinating to hear. Well done, I subscribed.

  58. pen & teller

    pen & teller

    12 dögum síðan

    good video. but i was sleeping. 😪🤤😴

  59. Kuwaitisnot adeployment

    Kuwaitisnot adeployment

    12 dögum síðan

    I always wonder how flights with so few passengers like this one are able to make any money with 7 crewmembers, the ground crews, and jet fuel costs they have to pay for

  60. Blue Marshall

    Blue Marshall

    12 dögum síðan

    NTSB sometimes suck. Likey hey did to sully. 🥴 And i love your shirt. 😁

  61. Boyd Parks

    Boyd Parks

    12 dögum síðan

    Very cool! I recall my flight from Belize City, British Honduras to New Orleans in 1961 on a 4 engine prop plane. Thankfully a very uneventful flight! Great video. Thanks for sharing!

  62. Aaron Nicholson

    Aaron Nicholson

    12 dögum síðan

    Great video!!!

  63. Jim Stepan

    Jim Stepan

    12 dögum síðan

    Captivating narration and description of this miracle of aviation personnel and their mastery of machine over weather !! Well done!, Sir!!

  64. turtleninny

    turtleninny

    12 dögum síðan

    its pronounced LEV E

  65. Babur Ejaz

    Babur Ejaz

    13 dögum síðan

    Excellent 👌

  66. Robert Cleary

    Robert Cleary

    13 dögum síðan

    I enjoyed this episode.

  67. Eldon Taylor (Watchman)

    Eldon Taylor (Watchman)

    13 dögum síðan

    I used to fly TACA whnever I went to Cozumel. We used to call it Take A Chance Airlines. LOL

  68. Joseph Connor

    Joseph Connor

    13 dögum síðan

    I am not a pilot but have a healthy amateur knowledge of commercial aviation and the information you have provided about this amazing deadstick landing is very illuminating. Thank you.

  69. Statist0815

    Statist0815

    13 dögum síðan

    I like this storys when aircrews can save the day.

  70. Realtime inc

    Realtime inc

    13 dögum síðan

    This channel is so good that it makes these so called documentaries a pain to watch no disrespect to the creators from this documentaries but the explanation is just on par Keep up the good work

    • Mentour Pilot

      Mentour Pilot

      13 dögum síðan

      Thank you! ☺️

  71. Alex Gersabeck

    Alex Gersabeck

    13 dögum síðan

    As he enders the sideslip, Snoop Dogg starts playing over the PA.... La-da-da-da-dahh

    • Mentour Pilot

      Mentour Pilot

      13 dögum síðan

      😂😂

  72. Rick Uyeda

    Rick Uyeda

    13 dögum síðan

    The Grimley Glider is more amazing.

    • Mentour Pilot

      Mentour Pilot

      13 dögum síðan

      I have a video on that as well,

  73. bullatthegate

    bullatthegate

    13 dögum síðan

    I remember one of the passengers interviewed said it was one of the smoothest landings he had ever experienced. Incredible ability of the flight crew !

  74. Gabbar Singh

    Gabbar Singh

    13 dögum síðan

    Wow, amazing pilot! He definitely had his eye on the runway.

  75. why-not.tv

    why-not.tv

    13 dögum síðan

    Captain Dardano had AN wye for details.

  76. Nancy J. Luna

    Nancy J. Luna

    13 dögum síðan

    WOW!!! Incredible story!!

  77. DL F

    DL F

    13 dögum síðan

    Great video

  78. Salty Rebel

    Salty Rebel

    13 dögum síðan

    Don't remember this but it happened on the day I graduated high school.

  79. Mandolinic

    Mandolinic

    13 dögum síðan

    According to the Air Crash Investigation documentary about this story, when the captain lost his eye to the sniper, he still managed to take off and fly the plane and its passengers to safe landing. Just imagine: he's been shot in the face and lost an eye, he's in severe pain, might die by bleeding out, and almost certainly lost his flying career. But he remains calm, flies the plane, and lands it safely. So it's not surprising that when he's lost both engines in a thunderstorm, he's still calm and making rational decisions that get the plane down with no injuries, and even manages to save the plane, too. With his courage under fire and coolness in extreme circumstances, this guy definitely deserves to be called a hero.

  80. exponent mantissa

    exponent mantissa

    13 dögum síðan

    That was absolutely fascinating.

  81. Travis William

    Travis William

    13 dögum síðan

    Carlos / Sully, I remember that story from the morning it broke. As I recall, the fence was a concrete seawall. Trabajo Muy Hermosa. A welcome relief from genocidal subterfuge.

  82. Nelita Sciretta

    Nelita Sciretta

    14 dögum síðan

    So much respect for this young pilot and his crew, amazing!!

  83. Darrell Uruski

    Darrell Uruski

    14 dögum síðan

    Amazing good news story!

  84. Joe Shabado

    Joe Shabado

    14 dögum síðan

    Not testing hail, not thinking both engines can flame out at the same time? What ass backwards BS is that?

  85. rdvqc

    rdvqc

    14 dögum síðan

    They used the side slip on the Gimli Glider 5 years earlier - on a 767

  86. Arthur Biringer

    Arthur Biringer

    14 dögum síðan

    I saw this on Air Disasters. I would fly anywhere with Captain Carlos! He is an incredible pilot.

  87. enrique lost

    enrique lost

    14 dögum síðan

    Amazing as usual…

  88. David Allyn

    David Allyn

    14 dögum síðan

    I remember this well. at the time I was 1st officer on a DC7B. I was so impressed with the crews expert job at flying this bird that I was hoping to meet this crew just to shake there hands and have them sign my log book but unfortunately it never happened. but the memory of this incredible flight will always be with me. great job to the whole crew.

  89. 24- Card

    24- Card

    14 dögum síðan

    Liked, subbed, notified! Great Stuff!! 🤯

    • Mentour Pilot

      Mentour Pilot

      6 dögum síðan

      Awesome! Welcome to the channel.

  90. CPU

    CPU

    15 dögum síðan

    21:33 The absolute worst time for the edibles to hit

  91. allan hughes

    allan hughes

    15 dögum síðan

    Why for god sake are there 284 thumbs down last count such an interesting story with a brilliant ending some folk are really and I mean really sad !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • allan hughes

      allan hughes

      15 dögum síðan

      @Mentour Pilot Yes there will but why ????

    • Mentour Pilot

      Mentour Pilot

      15 dögum síðan

      There will always be people who disagree!

  92. allan hughes

    allan hughes

    15 dögum síðan

    Those that are born to fly will fly and live a long life !! Those that think they can fly will live untill something goes wrong Just like good car drivers and bad car drivers Some learn to drive others learn how to pass their test Those that learn to drive might if lucky get through their lives without incident.. Those that just learn to pass their test but can drive will live a long life If that makes sense ?? This goes for many many things in life SADLY. You can only teach so much after that it becomes Organic and personnaly I love Organic Its always best My love is/are Motorcycles you can learn to ride but a true rider does not need to learn its instinct its Organic ..What does impress me with these men/women is how they stay cool when all hell is breaking around them and their actions = life or death not just for them but those that trust them with their lives. How cool is that and this happens every day of the week as we fly with these heroe's I take my hat off to these pilots True Grit in every sense of the word !! What an amasing story and well presented by from what I can gather someone that knows what they are talking about !!! I would fly with you young man any day of the week !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  93. Chefstravels

    Chefstravels

    15 dögum síðan

    Great story, well put together and well presented. cheers.

  94. Jan Six

    Jan Six

    15 dögum síðan

    What a bunch of absolute nonsense! This incidence has no resemblance to Sully Sullenberger whatsoever. No bird strike during takeoff at low altitude. No computer assisted landing on a river. Not even an Airbus, just a dumb Boeing. There are incidents similar to the "Miracle on the Hudson". In 2019 Damir Yusupov landed his Ural Airways A321 after a bird strike disabled both engines during takeoff in Moscow. This story is completely different.

  95. rocket man

    rocket man

    15 dögum síðan

    Story time with Mentour.....................?

  96. stein1385

    stein1385

    15 dögum síðan

    Look at MenTour climbing like a rocket here on youtube. Hes gotta be up 41 thousand and well over 600knts. Cool to watch, learn from and actually has decent people coming together in his channels comments . Thanks MenTour and keep making these.

    • stein1385

      stein1385

      6 dögum síðan

      @Mentour Pilot ❤

    • Mentour Pilot

      Mentour Pilot

      6 dögum síðan

      Thank you! I will continue to try and produce stuff you guys want to see, that’s the only way to grow.

  97. munseym

    munseym

    15 dögum síðan

    At 0:37 that is a NG engine, not a 300.

  98. azopene

    azopene

    15 dögum síðan

    So it turns out the engines were OK to use since they flew out with them?

    • Mentour Pilot

      Mentour Pilot

      6 dögum síðan

      They were changed before the recovery flight.

  99. J R Deckard

    J R Deckard

    15 dögum síðan

    My commercial license was yanked because of an astigmatism in my left eye. I COULD STILL SEE OUT OF IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  100. The Angry Krieger

    The Angry Krieger

    16 dögum síðan

    You have blown up. Congrats dude. Came a cross your channel a couple years ago but the almighty algorithm brought me back to so much great content. Keep it up you deserve it. Also greetings from Colorado. Edit, spelling mistakes.

    • Mentour Pilot

      Mentour Pilot

      6 dögum síðan

      Thank you for returning! So glad to have you here!

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