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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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Rasme Alem (20 hours ago)
Pilots blamed for Boeing's errors...WOW
Syed Ibrahim (2 days ago)
Great video, do have one request.. PIA flight PK 611. Thanks!
RedneckSpaceMan (5 days 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 (8 days 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 (9 days 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 (10 days 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 (13 days ago)
that aircraft should have been grounded.
wow i cant even think about flying any more
Suchuato Ritoru (17 days ago)
Remind me NEVER to fly Turkish Airlines!
Zyvex10 (17 days ago)
Dont trust computers! if something fails. Use the manual landing!!
Les IsMore (17 days ago)
Ooh - audio!
Oliver Tew (18 days ago)
Never go full retard
Alx400 Trident (18 days ago)
I wouldn't buy a Boeing again after that, good video but to many adverts
john choquette (19 days ago)
The music really sucks.
Massimo Callegari (20 days ago)
Only 9? Was a miracle..
Manjunath Ishwar M (20 days ago)
your amazing the flight channel😏
040SoundPlug (21 days ago)
How many survivors
Joe Peroni (22 days ago)
They always blame their pilots
dennyfrontier (23 days ago)
First Officer o.o
White Pnter (27 days ago)
Wow Ive never seen a turkish airlines flight crash before. Its the best airlines and see people did survive wow. :)
PHILLIP MC KIE (28 days ago)
Flight Path Monitoring, CRM and proper knowledge of the B 737's automation would have saved the day.
Julius Sparrowhawk (29 days ago)
OMG i live in NL
Daniyal Shariq (1 month ago)
& that's why boeing sucks.. smh
Eshan Avanti (1 month ago)
What if a plane flied 10000000000 ft
c h (1 month 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 (1 month ago)
hello What is your name
Dascorpio36 (1 month ago)
Like watching a condensed version of Mayday
Volpe (1 month ago)
Well done - very interesting.... many thanks for ur efforts
Non Serviam (1 month 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 ??
centralcentre (1 month ago)
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 (1 month ago)
boring 787
StepBackAndThink (1 month ago)
The presentation is slick, but the content is poor.
Dowlphwin (1 month 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 (1 month ago)
Rishie Mansingh (1 month 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 (1 month ago)
Question, were they landing in "CMD A & B"? Only then Flare and Idle mode gets activated at landing alt . .
Steven Downs (1 month ago)
Given the circumstances, that aircraft crash landed in probably the best way possible which reduced the number of casualties greatly.
BurnTheMitch (1 month 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 (1 month ago)
A popualr plane used by Ryanair I think
lol every Day (1 month ago)
What is the name of the intro song and the one at 10:30
Gamer 642007 (1 month ago)
Plis Crash Lion Air In Bali BTW Nice Video
Miray Zockt (1 month ago)
A Ugly pilot failure
Atok Tokye (1 month ago)
You know what? I fall in love with your every video ! Keep going man ! Don't stop!!!!!!!
Gamer Fam (1 month ago)
why am i watching this in the airport
tania groth (1 month ago)
Awesome videos. Thanks! However, since you make such professional looking and well-researched video's...how come you havn't gotten anybody to grammar check your texts? That's the only little negative commentary I have, otherwise GREAT JOB!
Leighton Samms (1 month ago)
There has been a genuine tendency to RELY ON AUTOMATION, especially AIRBUS, remember the AIR ASIA A320, in bad weather? Well the captains ‘SIDESTICK had a crack, which completely fell apart, so you say, why did the1st Officer not take over ? Well with Airbus it is NOT as simply pushing a button , but you have to go into, one panel screen to change controls, as so to protect BOTH inputs at SAME TIME, and so time is of the essence, . I lost a $500 bet that the vertical stabilizer fell off, but it did not. I know of 2 pilots single pilot ops, one flies a BEECH PREMIER, and other flies a TBM850 & a CESSNA GRAND CARAVAN, there are MANY times they fly manually, especially VFR when field in sight.
Skyy B (1 month ago)
Peter Rogge (1 month ago)
in 1951 there was no auto pilot
Rishie Mansingh (2 months ago)
pilot error again. I believe that when pilot errors are made, if they survive they should be jailed for life.
Anılcan Eken (2 months ago)
Plane need be 737400
Hafy Hafis (2 months ago)
Awesome video brother following you page for long time now.. love it 😍 Can you name the song which starts at 7:02
Sabrinolad Ahmed (2 months ago)
This is not somebody's fault it is written by Allah for this to happen . Everything is written which will happen to you . For example the passengers were not aware that this would happen to them and were hopping to go to their home peacefully but this didn't happen because ALLAH is willing and your willing is different so whenever you are willing something first connect your willings to ALLAH by praying for yourself and every Muslim person , then you will not see any bad thing through your way.
Midland 4144 (13 days ago)
I think Allah is a mean, evil turd for killing the 9.
Leo Bekker (2 months ago)
The turks have NO business in the Netherlands. The Dutch LOATHE the turks and rightfully so. They are all pislamist scumbags. They rape our women and murder our men. Many of them don't even speak the Dutch language, although they all can say "discrimination" and "benefits" in Dutch. They all vote for erdogan the goat fucker. Imagine that. The turks living in the Netherlands actually VOTE for a turkish dictator. A vile little dictator who fucks goats. The ONLY thing aircraft coming from turkey do is bring more scum. The Dutch HATE scum. If it were up to me ALL turkish aircraft en route to Europe would fall out of the sky. turks are utter barbarians, to this very day denying the Armenian genocide. They are cowards with tiny dicks. DIE turks, DIE!
leminity splckits (2 months ago)
Faulty altimeters . Boeing new about it. There were Boeing people on the flight.
Rick Shawn (2 months ago)
Fucking Boeing, could not find a fix for the poorly designed altimeter instead blame the pilots for trusting the instruments, so they are supposed to keep an eye on the airspeed, I understand, but at what point is a faulty altimeter to blame especially if its common problem on all the same models? How do they do their checklist? POS Americunts always make excuses and then blame others.
Semih Varli (2 months ago)
You are the best, thanks for all videos and informations 👍
ali alimetlak (2 months ago)
Boing company is first to be blamed for fixing radio altimeter since a similar crash happened with RA faulty and autopilot on autoland but luckily no passengers were on board only 8 pilots and 5 engineered were killed
Nimai Garg (2 months ago)
You misspelled Istanbul. It’s Istanbul not Instanbul
Can Erkiralp (2 months ago)
YKW I don’t blame the pilots as sometimes human psychology kicks in and you don’t notice things, may the people who died in this flight rest in peace 😞
h4rder10 (2 months ago)
pathetic decision taken by the investigators. clearly primaryy fault was of the boeing because of faulty altmeter yet they put the blame primarily to pilots. exact same problem appeared with faulty altmeter of the boeing before and still no case against boeing. looks cash under the table case to me.
flying tommorow 😎
Nubby Tope (2 months ago)
In your videos, is there never a safe arrival?
Avni world (2 months ago)
what about training of pilots , not tell them actions to take during intrumentation failure
Average Alien (2 months ago)
Experienced pilots like these should always take control of their aircraft. Too much trust in computers. If your car is on cruise control and all of a sudden it starts to veer off the road you don't keep trying to increase the speed, you take control of your damn car
polopowered (2 months ago)
If it's Boeing I'm not going!
JohnnyG (2 months ago)
Final report here: http://catsr.ite.gmu.edu/SYST460/TA1951_AccidentReport.pdf The conclusions are a bit wishy-washy because of the nature of shared roles: "With the cockpit crew - including the safety pilot - working to complete the landing checklist, no one was focusing on the primary task: monitoring the flight path and the airspeed of the aircraft."
Onur Aytekin (2 months ago)
I still do not understand why nor Boeing neither FAA take this condition leading the aircraft into unsafe condition. How good is it to give whole responsibility to pilots when one of radio altimeter has faulty during approach which is very close stage to landing?.. Isn't it more unsafe to put pilots in Go Around stage and take the aircraft into climb with full takeoff power under 200 feet Ground Level? My god, i still do not understand this. By the way, I dont blame only Boieng or FAA , ofcourse pilots must have been following instructions given in FCOM during this malfunction occurance.
Joe Jordan (2 months ago)
Zz all the technology good for them Pilots are not as good worldwide they're trained to monitor computer systems not to be actual aviators anymore this is why there's going to be a lot more accidents if anything ever goes wrong with the system of anybody hacked it these Pilots are incapable flying a jet on their own voice text
Kaling Taram (2 months ago)
Every pilot should subcribe this channel. So that they learn from mistakes. 🛫
Natty Bennett (2 months ago)
Turkroaches in charge of a plane? That there’s your problem
Gary Christenson (2 months ago)
Excellent video.
Rory O'Connor (2 months ago)
Absolutely disgraceful that the plane was allowed to fly without the problem being properly addressed. Of course the pilots were the scapegoats. Disgraceful.
Seth B (2 months ago)
Boeing was at fault but I see they like passing around the blame so they blamed the pilots but it was faulty equipment. So I am an American blame Boeing stand up and take the blame instead you blame 2 dead men so you pilots so you don't get sued plus everyone else on board. Man up Boeing
Nick Vara (18 days ago)
Watch the video on the South Carolina 787 Assembly Plant and you may never get on a Boeing plane again. Such beautiful machines overcomplicated with shit to make them idiot friendly... yet its the idiots who are building the idiot friendly shit... Aye!!!!
Claud Bing (27 days ago)
Insani utandiriyonuz lan... ne malsin sen oglum
L.I.V. (1 month ago)
Hello Ahdbddhdje (1 month ago)
Seth B Yeah, even Airbus don’t own up to their mistakes. They just don’t want to ruin their reputation.
Bail Bondsman (2 months ago)
I don’t get why these are so dragged out with multiple shots of the plane flying before you even start to tell the story. Simpler would be better, rather than making an elaborate 7-12 min Featurette and most of them contained typos. I guess what I’m saying is make them a little simpler visually and shorter than maybe concentrate on getting the text correct
Levine Levine (2 months ago)
The perfect storm: a former air force pilot is the captain of a 737, a commercial passenger aircraft. As a former military man, he's used to the military culture: follow procedure and don't volunteer any action that might upsetting the standard protocol -- especially in the presence of a Turkish Airline's flight-training monitor. Here, the captain relied on the on-board computer for too long before seizing manual control of the aircraft. His copilot is a trainee who doesn't know the captain is flying on faith that the faulty altimeter and computer will resolve the inconsistency. As a trainee he also refrained from questioning or contradicting the captain's decision for fear of reprisal. And finally, a flight training monitor was looking over the shoulders of both the captain and copilot-in-training. In the presence of the flight-training monitor, the captain elected to fly conservatively by relying on the on-board instruments while the copilot did not want to expose his ignorance of the 737 too much by asking questions of the captain. The captain and copilot were preoccupied with making sure the flight-training monitor was satisfied with their using the official check-list procedure that both the captain and copilot failed to notice the plane's speed had reached stall speed. At the critical moment he captain hastily disengaged the autopilot in an attempt to throttle up the engine to increase thrust and climb out of the stall. Unfortunately for the captain the 737's downward moment easily eliminated the small vertical distance between the ground and fuselage, and the last minute desperate throttling up the engines was too late and too little thrust.
Dick N. Uranus (2 months ago)
turks are mostly moslems….. ragheads do not practice landings , only practice flying planes into buildings
latino heat (2 months ago)
Amazing reanimation 👍
Hxug Ffhh (2 months ago)
Which game are you playing tell me plz
frank chap (2 months ago)
I'm No Pilot But MY GOSH!! Wasn't Either Of The Pilots Looking Out The Window To See That Something Was Not Right??
frogiac (2 months ago)
what's with the weird initials instead of names? are these names not in the public record? makes the video feel less human somehow. also harder to keep track of what is going on.
YeefCo (2 months ago)
so, first officer o.o is monitoring the flight. lulz.
Thomas Quinn (2 months ago)
Great video documentating a terrible oversight. Don't know why pilot rely upon the electronics when able to hand fly the aircraft to landing.
Mr MEMé (2 months ago)
And the Moralé of this Story:........ Never trust yore inst-ruments xxxx
Mr MEMé (2 months ago)
Question is the ATC Audio the ac-tual one from this Flight ¿¿¿¿
• Lacostali • (2 months ago)
Music at the start? And
southpakrules (2 months ago)
Boeing: Don't worry. our equipment may not be working but it's not really a threat (until someone dies...for a second time). After all, we are boeing! I imagine all the flared comments if this was an Airbus.
Okello Raymond (2 months ago)
it was a weird crash of the 9 people who died were all 4 Boeing engineers inclusive ...hihihihihih..
Amr Mohamed (2 months ago)
This accident could have been prevented if the pilot's had followed company procedures.
southpakrules (2 months ago)
If it's boeing, i ain't going.
Final Turn (3 months ago)
Excellent presentation
Can Aral (3 months ago)
First of all, thank you so much for such a great video! What i find awkward is investigators of Boeing blamed cockpit crew. They also accept there is a failure of B737's altimeter. In this case I would expect them to solve this issue. But they only said 'yes there is altimeter failure, but cockpit crew could have handled it'. Why don't you fix altimeter problem stead of blaming pilots?
Matt Kozz (3 months ago)
Love you videos just found you channel yesterday and spend on my phone 4 hours <3
crashtech66 (3 months ago)
I guess it still pays to watch the instruments even with automation making one complacent?
MarshalPoole (3 months ago)
So, only nine perished? Barely mentioned
Ernest Kovach (3 months ago)
Clear as Mud... plus 9 fatalities but does not say if crew survived, etc. Use jargon viewers can UNDERSTAND!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
lizardere L (3 months ago)
Ya abi niye casa olsu
Vas Gr (3 months ago)
Brain-dead Turks.
Kennedy Sunday (3 months ago)
yeah it is Awesome !

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