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The crew pushback, taxi and take off from San Francisco enroute to Frankfurt. Captain Juergen Raps retirement flight. PLEASE NOTE: This is not my video and is owned by Pilotseye.tv. Copyright content is allowed by the owner. Please visit www.pilotseye.tv to purchase full video. Thank you.
Airplanes have had wings, controls and some kind of motor but planes have evolved significantly. The commercial airliner you fly in now has features that Orville and Wilbur wouldn’t have dreamed of. Here are 10 things you might not know about modern aircraft. Subscribe for more! ► http://bit.ly/BeAmazedSubscribe ◄ Stay updated ► http://bit.ly/BeAmazedFacebook https://twitter.com/BeAmazedVideos https://instagram.com/BeAmazedVideos ◄ For copyright queries or general inquiries please get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org Credit: https://pastebin.com/V9KDxkG9 Be Amazed at... The mysterious triangle symbol over your seat - When you board a modern jet aircraft, you’re probably looking for your seat number and for the nearest emergency exit. The flange sticking out of the wing - While you’re waiting to leave the gate, you’re probably staring out the window at the wings that are going to carry you off this Earth. The hum when you board the plane - Have you noticed that there’s an omnipresent drone while you’re waiting for the last passenger to board the plane? Tomato juice - Do you find yourself ordering a tomato juice when you’re on a plane? Opening window shades for landings and take-offs - I bet you thought the window shades were installed on planes so you can sleep during long flights. Winglets - Airplanes are always a tug-of-war between the thrust of the engines and aerodynamic drag. Sidestick - Back in the day of the first planes, pilots were known as “stick and rudder men”, steering the plane by the power of their arms and legs pushing on control cables. Bleed air system - While the Wright Brothers’ Flyer barely flew above the dunes at Kittyhawk, today jetliners fly higher than the tallest mountains. The eye level indicator on cockpit window - Pilots come in all sizes - and just like your car, planes have adjustable seats for them. The hole in your window - Since cabin pressure is so important, you might not think a hole in your window is a good thing.
In this video I will show you Delta Airline's fleet or aircraft and the aircraft they have on order. Delta Airlines is an airline that is based in the United States that was founded on May 30th, 1924. They offer 325 destinations and they have over 871 aircraft with more on order. Delta has their hubs in the following locations: Atlanta, Detroit, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, New York JFK, New York LaGuardia, Salt Lake City and Seattle. The airline operates over 12 different aircraft (Airbus and Boeing with Bombardier coming soon): A319, A320, A321, A330, A350, B717, B737, B757, B767, B777, MD88, MD90 and more. They have the A330neo and CS100 aircraft currently on order. Music was provided by: http://bensound.com/ Most aircraft videos were provided by: PDXAviation Channel Page: https://www.youtube.com/user/buybygb Clips seen in this video were used under "fair use". If you enjoyed this video, subscribe to see more.
This prime time ITV documentary series explores life behind the scenes at the UK’s biggest and busiest airport. Filmed over nine months, the series follows Heathrow’s army of 76,000 staff – from baggage handlers to air traffic controllers – as they attempt to safely process 200,000 passengers every single day, and race to get thousands of planes away on time. Content Provided By TVF Interenational. Any queries please contact us at email@example.com Subscribe to Spark for more amazing science, tech and engineering videos - https://goo.gl/LIrlur #heathrowairport #planes #passengerplanes #checkin #baggageclaim #technology #engineering #airport #aeronautics #britainsbusiestairport
Probably my last flight of the year, I grabbed the chance of taking Delta's longest transcontinental Delta One service to complete my MQD requirement for next year. The flight was blocked at 7 hours and 10 minutes, but actual flight time was only 6 hours and 5 minutes. The crew on this flight provided exceptional service though I have to say, I was upset at missing the pre-arrival chocolate chip cookie service.. Oh well, blame it on the hard product comfort! Hope you enjoy this video. Thanks for watching!
Hey guys! Here's my first flight across the pond once again on route to Krakow, Poland. This flight was very special for me as it was the first time in a long while I got to fly directly to Europe from Pittsburgh - and boy was it sweet. Getting to avoid the busy mega airports in JFK, ATL, PHL, IAD, and so on was super nice. I found the flight itself very enjoyable as well. The service was great, the food was descent for an airplane, and the seats/legroom was pretty good for a long economy flight. Nicely done by Delta! Hope you guys enjoy!
Takeoff: Pittsburgh International Airport
Landing: Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport
Filmed: June 2017
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