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28 comments

Gregg McKenzie 24/08/2021 - 04:38

Bollocks! CGI crash! A drill!

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RaddieB YT 24/08/2021 - 04:38

Interesting how only 3 people died in this crash

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MyFlightChannel 24/08/2021 - 04:38

Hello, I'm a pilot for Asiana Airlines that has spent most my life flying an automated aircraft called the Airbus A320, and today on this flight, I am training for the mighty Boeing 777. Though I may not know what I am doing, I will eventually get the hang of flying this aircraft. On approaches, I manually fly the aircraft while the autothrottle does all the engine work for me, it's not necessary to pay attention to speed.

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wan shahrul aiman 24/08/2021 - 04:38

b777 broke hes tail after landing why

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BNSF1995 24/08/2021 - 04:38

Me and my family were aboard a northbound Caltrain and passed SFO just after the crash.

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danny mateo 24/08/2021 - 04:38 Reply
levizaum pro 24/08/2021 - 04:38

"all of them were tennage girls"

my mom:DISRESPECC

me:Mom,they listened to that one singer.

my mom:RESPECC

me:some of them

my mom: disRESPECC

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Johnne Lopes 24/08/2021 - 04:38

Podpah

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Matheus Pimentel 24/08/2021 - 04:38

Salve Lito

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Tio James 24/08/2021 - 04:38

Quem veio pelo podpah?

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Matheus Passos 24/08/2021 - 04:38

Podpah

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cangaceiro do mt 24/08/2021 - 04:38

Vim pelo podpah

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Nenego 24/08/2021 - 04:38

Vim pelo pode pá

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theusxis 24/08/2021 - 04:38

QUEM VEIO PELO PODPAH ?? KAKAKAK

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Almeida 24/08/2021 - 04:38

Vim pelo Lito kkkkkk

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Password: password 24/08/2021 - 04:38

Pilots were reckless as Asian drivers.

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Reality Failure 24/08/2021 - 04:38

I am getting

Captain Sum Ting Wong
We Tu Lo
Ho Lee Fuk
Bang Ding Ow

Vibes

Anybody else?

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Arthur Hill 24/08/2021 - 04:38

Terror in san francisco after crash landing should be in movie

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Paulo Seewald 24/08/2021 - 04:38

Captain is seatting in the Business Class?🤣🤣🤣🤣

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Deividas Verbickas 24/08/2021 - 04:38

If the captain was trained to fly the B777 the crash never would have happend if he never got to be on the B777 and be a captain of an A320

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RomNYC 24/08/2021 - 04:38

International pilot, doesn't know what the Golden Gate looks like 🤔

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Ben Harrison 24/08/2021 - 04:38

I have a little over a thousand hours, all in light airplanes except for 5 hours to get my DC-3 rating about 40 years ago. I will say that I have signoff in my logbooks for 55 airplane types. My last job before retiring from Boeing was as a flight deck engineer. One day a friend called and said the 777 simulator was open the next afternoon, which does not happen often. I showed up, he sat me in the left seat and I did a taxi out, takeoff and landing at Boeing field, flying entirely visually of course as I knew noting about the autopilot or automatic landing systems. The simulator was so detailed you could feel the cracks in the concrete when taxiing.
The young guy I brought along asked "is Kai Tak still in this simulator?" The answer was yes (this was several years after Kai Tak was closed down). So there I was, a few miles out, lowering the gear and slowing down. I could clearly see the checkerboard, and as I approached it, I saw the airport to my right, and several hundred feet down. I should mention that at this point I was looking in the windows of the apartment houses on the hill – the simulator is very detailed. I made a steep turn, cut the throttles, and lowered full flap. Adding a little power just before touchdown I made a pretty good landing and stopped on the runway. At that time I had seen still photos of the crazy approaches at Kai Tak, but had not seen a video. If you don't know what I am talking about, watch a You tube video of planes landing at Kai Tak. I mentioned this experience to one of the senior Boeing test pilots, and told him it was easy but I probably would not have done so well in the actual airplane. He disagreed, said if you landed the simulator you could have landed the airplane.

I tell this story not to suggest I am a hero, but to point out that two guys with thousands of hours in jet airliners who could not land on a clear day with a clear, straight in approach, no wind or other adverse conditions, should NEVER be allowed to pilot an airplane again in U. S. airspace. What they did was beyond inexcusable.

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cursedyy 24/08/2021 - 04:38

I flew from la to San Francisco in a 737 or smthn like that but the normal 777 was my first long flight from sfo to Chicago o heir or smthn but on my way back I flew in a 777 neo and oh my god I was scared the whole flight

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MJT777X 24/08/2021 - 04:38

Why can’t I find the real names of the pilots F* memes

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Don Gargon 24/08/2021 - 04:38

Unfit to operate a can opener let alone a 777 ,how can an airline allow this to happen ,are they fined millions of dollars ?

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AdamPlanes 24/08/2021 - 04:38

3:40

Boats on dock

Everyone: Wait, that's illegal

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krypton25 B 24/08/2021 - 04:38

I remember seeing this on TV from Hawai'i. It looked like the airplane skid off the runway at impact. This was on the other simulation they had of it. Now from the real video shoot from the airport, it looked like the tail end of the airplane hit the ground. Too steep. Plus the Captain supervising the cockpit heard the tower say go around, but they went through with it anyway. I was wondering if the cockpit has a bachelor of Arts degree. Before getting the pilots training and license. The supervising captain had 4,005 flights already. About

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brrrito 24/08/2021 - 04:38

Pilots:
Captain Sum Ting Wong
Wi tu Lo
Ho lee Fuk
Bang Ding Ow

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