Captain Joe
Captain Joe
Captain Joe

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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    Munetaka Araki9 時間 前

    I always learn something new about aviation. Please keep up the good work and Thank you so much

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    Carlos Rodriguez9 時間 前

    I’m so glad no one was injured. Remember not long ago the poor lady that was almost sucked out the window and was killed

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    BiG JuiCe9 時間 前

    I don't think I'm smart enough to understand everything he just said but ok I get it!😂

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    nopistn9 時間 前

    You're an idiot

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    Gary Davis9 時間 前

    Once flying into Las Vegas, we had a "hard landing" with an immediate "fly around". As the Captain explained to us (the passengers) another plane was slow getting off the taxiway....

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    Debbie Peter Hendy9 時間 前

    Very good explanation, well done!

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    eM Pe10 時間 前

    Is there a button to invoke go-around procedure in FMS? I know it's in the briefing before landing, but it's all of sudden to switch the plane from landing to staying in the air so it would helpful, I guess.

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    Joey Luna Uy10 時間 前

    Pick me

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    PyroDisco Flash10 時間 前

    Wait i thought that Jeff Bezos was pushing to install fully Automated Alexis\Hal Co-Pilots and just take the human out of the Cockpit, and they will only fly AI passengers in Stimulated Situations and only when class action lawsuits have worked there way thru the Appeals Process through Executive Order and that will be likely a ten year appeals process, i can hear the cheering already you thought it would take 15 years, with new Procedures in Washington it getting down to only a Decade, let's book those flights now and hope for Favorable Court Decisions , yay Progress, by the Way this Pilot was Awesome, the whole Team is awesome

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    Gordz10 時間 前

    more of this. Love it!

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    Brian Bell10 時間 前

    You,mentioned about possible single pilot scenario, what pencil pushing moron would ever consider that should be fired, considering the complexity of today aircraft. People life are more important than bottom line period. “Don’t make me angry, you won’t like me to get angry” aka The Hulk

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    Mugundhan N10 時間 前

    Superb captain

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    Josh Sears10 時間 前

    Joe, I worked with lots of helicopter bush pilots here in Canada. More than a few noted they would drop down and go slow along the deck in poor vis. If needed they would even open their door, drop stones and watch how far they go before hitting ground. And of course, full stop hover to just buy “thinking” time to plan the next move. Gotta love choppers. Many thanks for your great videos. Cheers from Canuckistan.

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    Arjun kumar10 時間 前

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    Harcy Dormido10 時間 前

    Qantas Jumbo with 5 Engines.

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    _ Nato _10 時間 前

    Too clickbait-y. Big perceived negative bias from the title.

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    Mark Annis10 時間 前

    Fantastic analysis on a real life incident 👏

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    JosephA10 時間 前

    Like goal is almost there 7 months later 69k out of 70k

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    Dan K10 時間 前

    Donnie Darko

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    Aditya Wani10 時間 前

    wind shear video plz. .... ....

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    the eggroll guy10 時間 前

    That captain is the real hero!!!!

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    UltraLight SP10 時間 前

    747: randomly grew an extra engine Joe: this is actually pretty typica-- Therapist: some things are hard to understand during puberty

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    zog zog10 時間 前

    "Yellow Orange bright colours"?? really I may a bit colour-blind but I see yellow and black.

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    Alejandro Godoy10 時間 前

    Agree with You, “2” pilots ALWAYS SAFER ! Now, the Engine was NOT 100% SECURE??? Why?

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    Jelo Feliciano10 時間 前

    this was such an enjoyable series, cant wait for part 2 of this!

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    Bruce Wagenberg10 時間 前

    I'd love to see you comment on UFO sightings, with the other ship in clear view. Also the Twilight Zone episode where passenger William Shatner sees a furry man on the wing. These are fun.

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    zog zog10 時間 前

    I think Cap'n Joe is getting confused. He is talking about Mach Tuck at 10:37. Surely he is referring to a Mack Truck.

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    Marshall Curtis10 時間 前

    8:36...Perhaps Qantas thought a "fifth wheel" would be QUINTessential. 9:46..."I taw I taw a puddy tat. I did. I did. I did taw a puddy tat!" That bad 'ol puddy tat even looks like Thylvethter!

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    Hem Mathur10 時間 前

    Very well explained.

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    Sammy10 時間 前

    i like your channel but im not sure you should call these fails because that sounds like the pilots fault, yes some are preventable but what matters is the end result, still love the channel but request you rethink the title

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    David Cadman10 時間 前

    Awesome analysis, could you do one for the recent crash in Indonesia? I can't remember the flight number, but it was only a few weeks ago, and at this stage, the cockpit voice recorder hasn't been found, only the data recorder. Cheers, David.

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    Coart Andrews10 時間 前

    Very informative great job

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    steven baker10 時間 前

    cargo is still flying and passengers are not

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    Christina Maltese10 時間 前

    yes Captain Joe you are right , constant training even in the simulator , so when the situation calls, it has become second nature for the pilots to act , I know as a pilot

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    TheAlexandriaChronicles10 時間 前

    Anyone else here from broomfield? (where the casings landed)

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    Bidhan Maharana10 時間 前

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    Andrew_koala10 時間 前

    The biggest problem with the 'Western Economic System' is that investors and fund managers want the CORPORATIONS to deliver perpetual increasing profits. They are not happy with a consistent annual profit. Each Quarter, Each year 'has to be bigger, better and more profitable than the previous. This leads to short-cuts in many areas, and sort cutting in , R&D, and manufacturing. When the need for perpetual Economic 'growth' is eliminated and the associated 'Greed' safety will improve. Also, instead of fining the CORPORATIONS, shut down their entire operation for 12 months. Seize their assets and use those to pay the employees (excluding Executives) at least 75% of their income, a salary for the shutdown period. Executives i.e decision-makers to receive $0. They have earned enough to survive, where many of the victims of their decisions did not survive.

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    Philippine00210 時間 前

    I love that tumbnail

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    katsbreez10 時間 前

    Shout out to the rescue swimmer underneath the helicopter that flew into powerlines! They were quick with that release. I'm assuming that charge could have potentially traveled down the line & severely injured them.

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    zatoichi10110 時間 前

    Great video!! Learned something very important -- and cool!!!

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    Malcolm McKee11 時間 前

    Best comment of all is we continue to need a two-person crew in an aircraft of this magnitude. So many things that can go wrong and so many issues when there is a problem.

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    Anthonio Gilbert Sondakh11 時間 前

    i am a A320 pilot and i didn't know that bottel thing

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    John Biddiscombe11 時間 前

    No Mention of Trump supporters getting kicked off.

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    English tracks11 時間 前

    Captain Joe make a video on the head-up display(hud) Lima Oscar Victor Echo❤ from India 🇮🇳

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    Frog Legs11 時間 前

    Awesome video!’

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    Harvey Mushman11 時間 前

    I think that Jet engine is hanging from a wing that is full to the top with Jet Fuel and as he said the engine is still receiving fuel and is on that makes for a real cliff hanger time.....we explode or we don't explode in a fire ball...WOW !...wonderful crew...front to back...

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    RemyRAD11 時間 前

    Okay Mr. knowledgeable German Capt. Joe pilot. That definitely understands the wave definitions of light. You are light years beyond most people's knowledge. Except. The picture of you against your white background. I find to be, set to an exposure value of 100% white. Of course by a German. And it's really hard on the eyes. Because it shouldn't be, 100% white. It should be 80%. This also causes you to be somewhat overexposed stage right, viewer/audience left. And your exposure causes eye fatigue. This does not help your ratings nor viewer numbers. Because you seem like a relatively charming Kraut. But your exposure like Hitler's. Is overblown. And could use some, vertically polarized light. Or perhaps just a pin spot splash of light. On the wall behind you. That is darker. Which I have had to do digitally. For other videos. That looks similar to, yours. Because it's hard on the eyes, otherwise. And we don't all wear our blue blogger classes in front of our big-screen LCD's. When we are taking in some relaxing viewing. And your exposure should not be this overly brash. Now you don't have to believe me, Sonny boy. But I used to work for NBC-TV for 20 years. 20 years ago. And so I know a few things about lighting for TV. It's kind of like piloting a 747. Instead of a DC-3. Kind of like a Volkswagen beetle compared to a NASCAR race car. Kind of like a 4 time major music award nominee. Like myself. Compared to Billy Bob in his basement recording studio. People like myself are stickler for details. Kind of like airplane pilot captains should also be. With their exposure. To their jet engines. And self produced video productions. You want 100% at take off. You don't want 100% video all of the time. That's like full throttle the whole way there. Great if you're trying to break a speed record. Or just breaking a record. Because the song is crap. Both are breaking records. But they're not the same. There are many different kinds of records one can break. Some break jet engines and still land. Some don't land. Some just become, the land. And rather quickly I might add. When I crash and burn. And I have many times. I get to live through it. Because then all people say is. That was really a shitty sounding mix, Remy. Yes I know. I smoked too much. I get to live and smoke pot to record rock 'n' roll another day. And nobody gets hurt or killed. No matter how bad my mixes crash and burn. Coast-to-coast. Or around the world. All live! With my dead sounding mix. Shit! CUZ it's only a Graceful Dead, cover band. And just not my favorite mixing style. I've done plenty. It's fun. It's sloppy. It grooves, something. Certainly not the tarmac. In some kind of iconic ironic something or other. I just push up the faders for broadcast. And try to keep it from crashing and burning. It really does look like a 747 cockpit. This is just from a Monday night impromptu spontaneous recording of a rehearsal. I really didn't set up anything for recording. It was the microphones I had left out from the previous evening's show. When I rolled on this rehearsal without the band knowing it. There are 2 full separate drummers and drum sets. They were breaking in a new drummer. For an extended tour. And an extra keyboard guy. Not everything is fully MIC'ed up. It is what it is. I was watching a TV show in my control room. While I was rolling on this. Not paying full attention to this live 2 track stereo mix. It's just all in good fun. And sounds like this: and you can see my control room looks like a 747 cockpit. I wasn't kidding. I have designed plenty of other cockpits over the years. Similar but different to this. Larger ones. Smaller ones. Some in real control rooms. Or like this one in a truck. This is in a truck. This is in my truck. This is in one of the best remote recording trucks, in the world. That I built. 30 years ago. And still kind of, sort of, still, exists. But now is being, reoutfitted. For its fourth upgrade and build out. To take it through its next 10 years may be 20. Does Pratt & Whitney make microphones? What about those British Rolls-Royce microphones? RemyRAD

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    Mohd Intekhab11 時間 前

    Excellent analysis, I have one question, Does Boing uses RR Engine or manufacture their own?

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    NerdWorldNinja FoldingSpaceTime11 時間 前

    This was a false flag event. Jet engines have fire suppression sys in case of engine Failure. The wings hold ALL of the fuel so a fire there is never good. Also, how would the face cowling fall off intact without being shredded or at least BREAKING in half??? the cowling is riveted to the engine across the entire face, for that to happen it would have to shake all of the rivets loose and somehow come forward over the engine against the force of the Wind.... Doubtful. Seem more of a coded comms.. * Engine Failure on the Right Side. *

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    Nu Pagadii11 時間 前

    Cuman in time 2:14 U have traditional PZL-104 Wilga/Gull.... NOT some ultra light plane....

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    Vicente José Llorca Saprissa11 時間 前

    Excellent explanation about this accident, very clear and precise. Congratulations, Captain Joe.

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    Frank Bruno11 時間 前

    51000? Frank

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    Nuvakwahu11 時間 前

    How many souls on board. "We have 150 souls on board." How many gingers? "Approximately 17 of them, all of which are in the back of the plane." Are you including them in your souls report? "Negative, those are excluded so technically we have 167 'beings' on board but only 150 souls."

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    The General11 時間 前

    LOVE watching crosswind landings...they just look so darn cool; almost like drifting for pilots! Cool to hear real-time commentary as to what's actually happening too!

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    Jerry Newberry11 時間 前

    Never been aboard during refueling..we were always deplaned for refueling on long flights.

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    Jack11 時間 前

    Awesome video. You should do it more of these

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    bllourias11 時間 前

    ...and that is the reason there is so much empty and cleared fields around airports. Now, I know

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    Mahesh Yadav11 時間 前

    Youre pulling your stomach in to hide the winter fat. I have seen it in recent videos. You cant lose it so fast.

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    femanvate11 時間 前

    If I had that Lamborghini Tower 0800: please inspect runway Me 0804: completed Tower: what so fast? Me: yes sir inspected it twice

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    Jerry Mouse11 時間 前

    Is the math to become a pilot hard? I’m not good at math at all but I really want to be a pilot.

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    Daniel11 時間 前

    What if this happened over the Pacific? That scares me the most.

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    Space Catboy11 時間 前

    imagine if that had happened over the ocean

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    Mohammed Yasin11 時間 前

    Cody fans like 😉👇

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    Daniel11 時間 前

    You have Colorado Springs as a backup airport!

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    code_dredd11 時間 前

    The sad part is that the managers that were responsible for the bad decisions and culminated in all of this will not be held liable themselves - no one's going to prison.

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    Triamcinolone Acetonide11 時間 前

    I’ve seen a few aviation videos before, this one’s one of the best.

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    Drew Jamila11 時間 前

    I hope the cat is unharm

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    Seth Arnold11 時間 前

    I'm normally tired of "reaction videos" but this was fun. The information density helps, and I love watching that cat :) good first one.

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    Jobelle Collie11 時間 前

    Love fun marshaling! I also looked after my ground crew. They made my job look easy.

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    Vraj Parikh11 時間 前

    Loving this series !! You and 74gear are best !! Love watching both of your viral debrief series

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    Jonas Juan Fernandez11 時間 前

    I cringed at the same moment as Captain Joe did. 😁

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    Jasmine Hameed11 時間 前

    Swiss 001 : i used 737 while in the runway to go back to the taxiway

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    RDCST11 時間 前

    Imagine the stewardess running down the hall and yelling "WE ARE DOOM!!!" LMAO! Airplane movie flashbacks.

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    Henry Klassen11 時間 前

    How or who figures out all the flight numbers? I’m starting to enjoy your short videos.

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    Aman Sharma11 時間 前

    My Heart is sitting next to me and watching this video with me

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    Fearless Leader11 時間 前

    First, a small nit, Captain joe is really a first officer. A captain has 4 stripes on his shoulder bars, a first officer has 3. Having said that, as a retired United Captain and 9 years of experience on the 777, his analysis of the event is spot on. In emergency situations as a captain,you want to keep the big picture/ situational awareness so most likely once your assured the aircraft is not in immediate danger, you will turn the flying duties over to the first officer so you can coordinate with ATC and the cabin crew. The first priority would be to turn away from the Rocky Mountains and return to the airport. You don’t want to run into the side of a 14,000 ft mountain while running checklists. Then do your checklists to shutoff fuel and hydraulics to the engine. Most likely the aircraft was over weight for landing but I’d be surprised if the Captain with an engine still burning bothered with the overweight checklist as it basically says if you have time, dump fuel, if you don’t have time, land softly. An over weight landing isn’t a big deal as long as you land normally. All in all, the crew did an excellent job, it’s what we train for.

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    Mohammed Yasin11 時間 前

    On 2:24 Boeing 747 is looking at Joe Joe : Why are you looking me ? Boeing 747 : I burned all check list to feed all engines Help me !

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    Alston Dmello11 時間 前

    That cat 😂 flying cat 🐱

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    KB11 時間 前

    I always thought "retard" was from the French "retarde". It does sound funny though, at least for first few times.