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Who's in Control? | Boeing 737 Crash in Amsterdam | Turkish Airlines Flight 1951

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Find out why this Boeing 737 crashed 1,5 KM short of Runway 18R in Amsterdam. Follow me on Instagram to get the latest updates: https://instagram.com/theflightchannelyt I spent a lot of time to create this video. Hope you liked it! Buy the hardware that I use here: https://www.amazon.com/shop/influencer20170928287?ref=ac_inf_hm_vp Or Here: CPU: http://amzn.to/2zvNOR9 GPU (Graphic Card): http://amzn.to/2hZyCSw GPU (Cheaper, but Good): http://amzn.to/2hoPxAT RAM: http://amzn.to/2yprDbF MOTHERBOARD: http://amzn.to/2yMYewl 4K MONITOR: http://amzn.to/2Ax0CV9 or http://amzn.to/2g8jzql MOUSE: http://amzn.to/2AxmXSE KEYBOARD: http://amzn.to/2hnHGU7 SSD Hard Drive: http://amzn.to/2fQ5ny8 Standard Hard Drive: http://amzn.to/2fG0t7D JOYSTICK: http://amzn.to/2lkUszi Note: Flight Simulator 2018 is not a new game. With this title I mean a combination of effects, add-ons and other things (added to Prepar3D v4.2 - 64bit) that make this video seem more real.
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David Houghton (2 days ago)
Flight crew is ultimately responsible for relying on technology too much and lack of situational awareness caused by Computer systems which have no skin in the game humans do
Alley Oop ! (3 days ago)
Wow, I was part of a flight crew in the United States Navy in the 80's and have flown many times since and always trusted pilots.....Not anymore after watching this channel.
ItzCrosserRBLX (3 days ago)
Do emery 17! :D
Dejan Popovic (4 days ago)
101% pilot incompetence and error
climbaclubba (7 days ago)
Blaming the pilots without reliable indicators? Yes, that's so fair!!! Fucked up boink.
Ray's Dad (7 days ago)
The pilots were blamed but the problem was with the design of the plane (the altimeter system).
pilot 21 (12 days ago)
Now people even don't want to can.After crashes NTSB, and FAA are saying : "Make training for pilots better!", but the most of Airlines ignore this words.As for this crash the main problem was in plane's system, not in flight crew. It was my opinion.And why if the plane had lots of problems with radio altimiter, Turkish airlines didn't send it to the general maintence? There is lots of theories, but anyone can't proof it.Sad.
dtz1000 (12 days ago)
The question on everybody's minds. Did the two sister presenters survive the crash? Please. I need to know.
Token Black (14 days ago)
I'm Dutch, but I don't know the presenters, J. and H. You could've at least given us the first name.
Red red (16 days ago)
That remix is cool
goodchessactor (18 days ago)
The first thing i learned when taking flying lessons was to watch your airspeed. Too many gadgets on these modern planes that pilots sometimes forget basic flying procedures.
Mrfairchap (18 days ago)
“Boeing tried to fix the problem, but with no success.” Tells you everything you need to know about Boeing really, doesn’t it?
Marlin M (19 days ago)
The more you watch these videos, the more you begin to see patterns.
M L (19 days ago)
What song are you using? EDIT:Songs*
White Pnter (21 days ago)
I should say something as being a Turkish. A lot of things in our country is maybe fucked up but our pilots and anything about airforce is the most systematic thing in our country. Our pilots are all well educated too. Ive never heard of any turkish airlines crash before but I can see that there are survivors
TommyTwobats (22 days ago)
Do accrued “Flying Hours” reflect th Eminem a pilot was manually flying a plane? (Credit to Thelifeofprice below, for pointing out that autopilot time is different from flying time)
George Obregon (22 days ago)
These pilots were at only 1,000 feet in altitude and were still NOT flying the 737. For shame.
1MuchButteR1 (25 days ago)
7:05 music?
Yusuf Suer Erdem (27 days ago)
It makes no sene making a simulator crashing video involved to an airline company. even turkish airlines is one the best airlines in the world with its skilled pilots.
fingerhorn4 (27 days ago)
You cannot blame the radio altimeter for the crash. The crew had ample opportunity to recognise the low airspeed. While the radio altimeter was a factor in the stupid decisions taken later it is not the cause of the crash, which was gross negligence and inattention by both pilots. When approaching, the cardinal rule is to monitor height and speed. Nothing else much matters. Even the lowest rung student pilot has it drummed into them that watching airspeed, attitude and altitude on approach are crucial. Unbelievably these two idiots kept the autothrottles in command after it became obvious they were low and slow. There is an autopilot and autothrottle OFF switch which they could have elected to use at any time. A word about checklists. They are there to check procedures, not to combat a pressing and immediate problem. As per the cliche: Aviate, navigate, communicate (in that order), the first priority is to keep the aircraft flying. Checklists come AFTER this crucial requirement. No excuses, FLY the aircraft, manually, until it is stabilised. Most student pilots with less than five hours learn these golden rules. It is staggering that several thousand hour pilots seem to forget how to fly a plane in the most basic manner. Time to completely change training methods. Too much simulator time on autopilot and not enough plain simply flying.
max bootstrap (30 days ago)
Wow, totally Boeing fault... yet the corporate predators dump the blame on the pilots. And Boeing doesn't even know how to fix the problem? Seriously? :-o
Eoghan Mullen (1 month ago)
your videos are class man
Vídeo muito bem editado, meus parabéns!
Fortnite News (1 month ago)
That intro was beautiful...
William Bishop (1 month ago)
And Boeing thinks that the radio altimeter issue is not a threat to safety???
William Bishop (1 month ago)
So the problem was that the computer went into "retard" mode.
Atari Andre (1 month ago)
There are three scandalous things about this crash: 1) Boeing designing a system that warns for faulty altimeter but still let's the autopilot accept the controls. Autopilot should be disengaged and crew warned of this happening. 2) Boeing claiming that a failing altimeter (that they weren't able to fix...WTF !?!?) is not a thread to safety AND not reporting it to the planes users. I hope they personally explained that to the victims relatives, especially those who worked for them........ 3) LOUSY pilots who did not see what was going on, ignoring warnings, not monitoring the basics, doing the checklist too late.....and that captain was TRAINING pilots ?!?! Look at this article.....there were LOADS of altimeter problems, so blame Boeing for not fixing that earlier, but also, ALL crews detected the issue and landed the planes safely. It happened to this very plane a number of times....you would expect some form of communication of these issues amongst flight crews....at least within a airline company.
PedalToTheWood (1 month ago)
Plane went into "Retard Mode". Root cause of problem right there.
ADL KHDR (1 month ago)
Omg omg in 2009 i was in a turkish airline plane. God thanks it was the correct one. Omg
Meena's Arena (1 month ago)
You are the best bro keep it up
John V (1 month ago)
This is why I refuse to fly with non-western airlines. Can't trust the pilots.
Nobilangelo Ceramalus (1 month ago)
It seems there was no simple switch to switch off the faulty altimeter so that only the good one was feeding the plane's computer. Why not?
jsjjs ksksks (1 month ago)
Marie BCFHS (1 month ago)
fucking retarded autopilot
drmax (1 month ago)
the flight crew had piss poor situational awareness...which is their fault...especially in clear conditions. Bad training, or poor performance on their part. Why on earth would they have let the autopilot land the aircraft, with "any" faulty system with regards to the autopilot system? Crazy. In my only 300 hrs of being a private pilot, first and foremost is...fly the airplane.
Sasha Taylor (1 month ago)
" Have you ever spent time in a Turkish prison " ?
Umut Engin (1 month ago)
Name of the plane was TEKIRDAG not BURHANIYE
Abdullah NİL (2 months ago)
Plz add Turkish subtitle
tavuk bay (2 months ago)
Lol theres 4 Bleing enginers and they dont understand for low speed its funny
MertcanBabiss (2 months ago)
As Bayrakları As...
BLUE BOY (2 months ago)
I love the song and the sound
Deniz Ardan (2 months ago)
Kazada hayatını kaybedenlerin mekanları Cennet olsun. Allah rahmet eylesin, yakınlarına ve ailelerine sabır versin 😢😢😢 R.I.P all victims of THY Flight 1951 ❤❤
Doge Bomber (2 months ago)
i just went on flight 1951
Afaf Hammadi (2 months ago)
What is the name of this program ???
Michel de Groot (2 months ago)
I remember this accident as it was all over the news here. As far as I was told it was rust on the antenna and isolating bushing which weakened the radio signal of the radar altimeter. So it only received it's own signal (with 0 delay) giving a distance of 0 minus the base height.
MGTOW RULES (2 months ago)
What ever happened to flying the aircraft (BY PILOT).......Sad!
Reality bytes (2 months ago)
The previous crew 2 days earlier had the same problem with that plane, but noticed the airspeed, corrected and landed manually. You would think that it would be note worthy to pass it on to the other crews. Leave a post it on the windshield, check airspeed when landing, you may have to correct and land manually. Communication ! The crew was probably tired and not quite alert enough. Boeings response was a save your ass response. Our plane gives ample warning about it;s inherent flaw which we cannot fix. So sad that it takes these kinds of tragedies for changes to occur. TheFlightChannel is really well done, quick retelling of the story, good graphics, respect for fatalities and injured and nice music.
Robert Vojvodić (2 months ago)
0:53 i always tought that it is called Istanbul...
Aviation Gathut (2 months ago)
can you make Lion air Jt610 Crash?
Kris Kal (2 months ago)
In my opinion, Boeing - 737 - WORST AIRCRAFT EVER MADE, WTF, so many accidents with this aircraft right from the beginning till the 2018 Lion Air crash in Indonesia. On the other hand, most of Airbus related incidents are totally pilot errors and are avoidable, and NOT due to aircraft itself. I will root for Airbus anytime - as compared to UNRELIABLE Boeing aircraft, esp. 737s However, I do like 777s !!
ali ashfaque (2 months ago)
+rozi hanafi ** statistics of most fatal incidents(people killed) and btw boeing wins by a huge numbers according to FLE but thats not the point though cause Boeing started a long time back but my issue is they 'trying to be the best' has resulted in low solution results for old planes and most American boeings are the latest models or better versions of 737 like 777 or 787(big planes) in recent years 2005-2018 Airbus and British aerospace has been a better option just In this timeline alone but in the long run I presume the rates are always the same (checked all the rates model/crashes)
rozi hanafi (2 months ago)
If USA dont have problem with BOEING in last 15 years why there should be a problem with Indonesia? I am Indonesian...and our commercial aircraft accident involving Airbus or BOEING is 5 times higher than any other country. Stop pointing your finger to other and ask our own governor....what is wrong with us. You are wellcome to count the statistic of commercial airplane accidents involving Airbus series and BOEING series.
afiq haikal (2 months ago)
Scary experience
Rodrigo Bonzanini (2 months ago)
Video is ok, but why this annoying music? I bet almost all of the 541 dislikes are due to this useless back sentimentalist music... just my constructive opinion....
Noble Jacinto (2 months ago)
The NTSB is so dairn good at criticizing dead pilots
bonavinter (2 months ago)
your intros are way too long
Diamond Minecart Junior (2 months ago)
this means 9 people died from a plane crash the day I was born
GreatGamerKZ (2 months ago)
0:01-0:15 The day before I was 3 years old
Any Rose (2 months ago)
The pilots have the luck to go to school that teaches them how to fly and then, when they are formed, they can not do this anymore. Unbelievable.
Rasme Alem (2 months ago)
Pilots blamed for Boeing's errors...WOW
Syed Ibrahim (2 months ago)
Great video, do have one request.. PIA flight PK 611. Thanks!
RedneckSpaceMan (3 months ago)
Why weren't the pilots advised of the Radio Alt problem? Couldn't the Radio Alt system have been replaced? Any aircraft that exhibits chronic malfunctions should never be carrying passengers.
aiden maccracken (3 months ago)
for all you afraid of flying the odds of being in A plane crash are one In 1.2 Million the odds of dying in one is 1 in 11 million
DevilsNachoz (3 months ago)
I have watched several of these videos now and it seems like a lot of the crashes are caused by the plane doing shit on it's own.
carlos.a.v carvajal (3 months ago)
Great video.....I think, that the pilots in charge, always must be so much attentive to this things.. I see that they trust so much in their instruments, that they end forgetting all that they know about a real way of fly...
Turkish airlines or better say NEVER COME BACK AIRLINES Stupid Turks fucking idiots. The lowest pilots level in the world. Let them back to the donkeys, this is maybe not so complicated.
zurdo z (3 months ago)
that aircraft should have been grounded.
Pedro Cabrera Santamaria (3 months ago)
wow i cant even think about flying any more
Suchuato Ritoru (3 months ago)
Remind me NEVER to fly Turkish Airlines!
Zyvex10 (3 months ago)
Dont trust computers! if something fails. Use the manual landing!!
Les IsMore (3 months ago)
Ooh - audio!
Oliver Tew (3 months ago)
Never go full retard
Alx400 Trident (3 months ago)
I wouldn't buy a Boeing again after that, good video but to many adverts
john choquette (3 months ago)
The music really sucks.
Massimo Callegari (3 months ago)
Only 9? Was a miracle..
Manjunath Ishwar M (3 months ago)
your amazing the flight channel😏
040SoundPlug (3 months ago)
How many survivors
Joe Peroni (3 months ago)
They always blame their pilots
dennyfrontier (3 months ago)
First Officer o.o
White Pnter (3 months ago)
Wow Ive never seen a turkish airlines flight crash before. Its the best airlines and see people did survive wow. :)
PHILLIP MC KIE (3 months ago)
Flight Path Monitoring, CRM and proper knowledge of the B 737's automation would have saved the day.
Aviation Fan Account (3 months ago)
OMG i live in NL
Daniyal Shariq (3 months ago)
& that's why boeing sucks.. smh
Eshan Avanti (4 months ago)
What if a plane flied 10000000000 ft
c h (4 months ago)
can someone tell me how an aircraft goes into retard mode when its on an altitude of 1000ft with -8ft of wrong reading. I dont know much about it but -8 means feet right?
Meena Ram Gupta (4 months ago)
hello What is your name
Dascorpio36 (4 months ago)
Like watching a condensed version of Mayday
Volpe (4 months ago)
Well done - very interesting.... many thanks for ur efforts
Non Serviam (4 months ago)
Boeing .... How cant you find a permanent solution for your own product and then you say it gives enough warning so no threat to safety ? is this a fucking joke ??
Odd that Boeing can't deliver a reliable altimeter but the pilot in charge wasn't paying attention and in general was out to lunch,he could have easily landed this plane safely.
Joshua Echano (4 months ago)
boring 787
StepBackAndThink (4 months ago)
The presentation is slick, but the content is poor.
Dowlphwin (4 months ago)
The plane was definitely in retard mode. I mean, what the hell? Experienced air force pilot, one of the best, and when the electronics give an illogical altitude signal, they all decide to go along with an autopilot landing?? -- This is why I try to avoid putting my life in other people's hands. I regularly get upset about the carelessness, sloppiness and incompetence of people even where you wouldn't expect it. This is all symptoms of an unhealthy system. Normally I would blame all that smartass-AI-automation that also pisses me off in cars, but this was gross pilot error from everybody, too. The copilot should have spoken up immediately if the captain neglects the issue, and a pan-pan should have been communicated. I'm a layman, yet this was my immediate thought: autopilot off! Fixating on checklists, huh? All this sounds very much like they weren't pilots, but system admins. Dashboard monkeys. And then the neglect of this technical issue having occured before and not being communicated as a warning. This shows just how much neglect is going on, and when enough comes together, the system is being punished with many deaths as an alert signal. (War is the same alert signal to society.) AND THEN Boeing saying it's not a big deal just because they seem unable to fix it. -- This is capitalism, people! And it's going into critical phase!
Muhittin Batık (4 months ago)
Rishie Mansingh (4 months ago)
if Boeing cannot get a permanent fix for the radio Altimeter why are these planes still in operations ( WHY.). is it that they don't care.
Final Turn (4 months ago)
Question, were they landing in "CMD A & B"? Only then Flare and Idle mode gets activated at landing alt . .
Steven Downs (4 months ago)
Given the circumstances, that aircraft crash landed in probably the best way possible which reduced the number of casualties greatly.
BurnTheMitch (4 months ago)
The worst thing about this crash to me is that on previous flights, the same issue had happened, and this very pilot had neatly corrected it. How he missed it or ignored it on this flight is beyond me. I remember at the time driving by the wreckage a few times. Absolutely unreal.
Mark Golding (4 months ago)
A popualr plane used by Ryanair I think
lol every Day (4 months ago)
What is the name of the intro song and the one at 10:30
Miray Zockt (4 months ago)
A Ugly pilot failure

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