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Ethiopian Air Crash | Why are Boeing 737 max crashing ?

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  • Published on Mar 14, 2019

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  • tush 2
    tush 2 2 months ago

    Normal Channels review mobiles, Flying Beast Reviews Airplanes.. that too Boeing..

  • Venkatesh Subramanian
    Venkatesh Subramanian 2 months ago

    I am a teacher myself. I am also sufficiently technically close to understand some avionics. I would like to say that your presentation is simply brilliant. I think you should make a whole string of videos on flying. I would really look forward to them

  • Swetabja Hazra
    Swetabja Hazra 1 month ago

    Why can't university profs explain like this, studying would have been so interesting then

  • lokendra choudhary
    lokendra choudhary 1 month ago

    1.4k dis are purely out of hatred ! This video is the most logical one i have seen on ethiopian plane crash 👍👍👍👍

  • Jonathan Benjamin
    Jonathan Benjamin 2 months ago

    What a cool pilot!! And you explain things well, cap'n. Thank you and regards.

  • altamash altaf
    altamash altaf 2 months ago

    Kids review phones

  • Gaurav Aggarwal
    Gaurav Aggarwal 2 months ago (edited)

    Bhaiyah aap vlogging ke alawah airplanes ke workings pe videos banao....tabb aur bhi zyaada mazaa aayega...!

  • Bill Barr
    Bill Barr 2 months ago (edited)

    Respect to all those who perished due to the failure of the aircraft but Boeing have form for producing less than safe products lately. The lithium-ion 787 issue that grounded it for months. The 737 Max is a 50 year old airframe stuffed with new technology and both probably don't sit together that well but make a great budget proposition for airlines and a big profit earner for Boeing thanks to the vastly reduced development costs. Sadly Boeing have put profit before safety and they may have to pay the price of airlines switching to products that have been engineered for the 2020's rather than the 1960's with some high tech add-ons.

  • Abhimanyu
    Abhimanyu 1 month ago

    1.4 k dislikes are from the makers and engineers of boeing air 737 MAX 8😡

  • AeRo TM Gaming
    AeRo TM Gaming 1 month ago

    Aircraft should have a button by pressing that button 100% controls should be given to the pilots

  • Rahul Raj
    Rahul Raj 2 months ago

    Deep condolences to All the people who died 😢😢 RIP

  • Aditya Bhatt
    Aditya Bhatt 1 month ago

    Thanks for the video and detailed explanation - very informative. As far as I have read about the Air France Flight 447 crash issue, the investigation suggested that the ice caused the pitot tubes (an aspect of the plane that measures speed) to freeze and the blocked pitot tubes were no longer providing valid airspeed information, and the aircraft transitioned from normal law to alternate law and gave control to the pilot who in an attempt to reduce aircraft's roll adjusted to the altered handling characteristics of the aircraft and at the same time pulled back on his side-stick, raising the nose. The aircraft's stall warning sounded briefly twice due to the angle of attack tolerance being exceeded, and the aircraft's recorded airspeed dropped sharply. The aircraft's angle of attack increased, and the aircraft started to climb above its cruising level. By the time the pilot had control of the aircraft's roll, it was climbing at nearly 7,000 feet per minute.

  • wright vcx
    wright vcx 2 months ago (edited)

    I have couple of questions on aircraft automation system:

  • Piyush Abhishek Singh
    Piyush Abhishek Singh 2 months ago

    I have worked on 737 max on Environmental control system. Also have knowledge on Flight control system and flight management system. I can confirm on his logic . There are deeper problem with Boeing design . I posted my report 3 years back that Boeing design is not good. They wanted to have all the components of EVS in single LRU which is complicated and more error prone. I guess they have follow the same design pattern in FMS/ FCS. I have worked also on Airbus A350 XWB. Airbus designs are neat and clear.

  • Dinesh Singh
    Dinesh Singh 1 month ago

    Don’t trust on machine mind. Only men make perfect 👌🏻 everything.

  • Akshat Dwivedi
    Akshat Dwivedi 2 months ago

    That is what I wanted proper research and explanations........which others don't provide ......great going Captian 😊

  • amogh jawa
    amogh jawa 1 month ago

    The vox video just came out today which shows that the reason was not just icing but also the MCAS system's inherent automation.

  • adi6183
    adi6183 3 weeks ago

    you did not explain that engines on 737 max are mounted higher on the wing causing it to become unstable

  • amit kumar Sheoran
    amit kumar Sheoran 2 months ago (edited)

    Thanku beast.. For the information.. Nice👍

  • RAKESH P
    RAKESH P 1 week ago (edited)

    Sir being involved in sailing on board ships I hve observed that automation has been at a rise but we can switch over to manual mode when necessary by just switching on off toggle switch for change over from auto to manual and vise versa,,, I Hope the same hve been employed on board new aircrafts...so if pilot feels that automation system is not following a desired course then it can be shifted to manual mode to follow the right command to compensate for roll or pitch of the aircraft..