WHAT is a HOLDING PATTERN? PART 1 Explained by CAPTAIN JOE

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  • Published on Apr 5, 2018
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    Dear friends and followers, always wanted to know more about airplane holding procedures? This is the right video for you.
    A holding pattern for instrument flight rules (IFR) aircraft is usually a racetrack pattern based on a holding fix. This fix can be a radio beacon such as a non-directional beacon (NDB) or VHF omnidirectional range (VOR). The fix is the start of the first turn of the racetrack pattern. Aircraft will fly towards the fix, and once there will enter a predefined racetrack pattern. A standard holding pattern uses right-hand turns and takes approximately 4 minutes to complete (one minute for each 180 degree turn, and two one-minute straight ahead sections).[1] Deviations from this pattern can happen if long delays are expected; longer legs (usually two or three minutes) may be used, or aircraft with distance measuring equipment (DME) may be assigned patterns with legs defined in nautical miles rather than minutes. Less frequent turns are more comfortable for passengers and crew. Additionally, left-hand turns may be assigned to some holding patterns if there are airspace or traffic restrictions nearby.
    In the absence of a radio beacon, the holding fix can be any fixed point in the air, and can be created using two crossing VHF omnidirectional range radials (also called intersection), or it can be at a specific distance from a VOR using a coupled distance measuring equipment. When DME is used, the inbound turn of the racetrack may be permanently defined by distance limits rather than in minutes. Furthermore, in appropriately equipped aircraft, GPS waypoints may be used to define the holding pattern, eliminating the need for ground-based navigational aids entirely.
    A hold for visual flight rules aircraft is usually a (smaller) racetrack pattern flown over something easily recognizable on the ground, such as a bridge, highway intersection or lake.
    he primary use of a holding is delaying aircraft that have arrived at their destination but cannot land yet because of traffic congestion, poor weather, or runway unavailability (for instance, during snow removal or emergencies). Several aircraft may fly the same holding pattern at the same time, separated vertically by 1,000 feet or more. This is generally described as a stack or holding stack. As a rule, new arrivals will be added at the top. The aircraft at the bottom of the stack will be taken out and allowed to make an approach first, after which all aircraft in the stack move down one level, and so on. Air traffic control (ATC) will control the whole process, in some cases using a dedicated controller (called a stack controller) for each individual pattern.
    One airport may have several holding patterns; depending on where aircraft arrive from or which runway is in use, or because of vertical airspace limitations.
    Since an aircraft with an emergency has priority over all other air traffic, they will always be allowed to bypass the holding pattern and go directly to the airport (if possible). Obviously, this causes more delays for other aircraft already in the stack.
    But see more in this video!
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Comments • 727

  • Tautviss
    Tautviss 24 days ago

    does anyone know that quiet background music name playing most of the time in video?

  • Vidusha Fernando
    Vidusha Fernando 26 days ago

    sir what is the difference between procedure turn and base turn in instrument approach?

  • Anon Kat
    Anon Kat Month ago

    Ah math, my ultimate nemisis. We meet again.

  • kitty craft
    kitty craft Month ago +1

    Damn he's good at math

  • Trident
    Trident Month ago

    Ooo maths is very important in it

  • Alok krishna Singh
    Alok krishna Singh 2 months ago

    Once again great video explanation joe. You are best trainer. Definitely you must be one of the best capable pilots. You might be best teacher though.

  • Umar Ishtiaq
    Umar Ishtiaq 2 months ago

    Thanks alot sir for such an informative video few questions if you could answer.
    Q1:Why standard holding pattern always right side? Is there any specific reason?
    Q2:And let down after a holding pattern should always be opposite side i.e left hand?

  • ABHIJIT DAS
    ABHIJIT DAS 2 months ago

    Nice video captain. Very informative 👍👍

  • Ustyne Justine Banda
    Ustyne Justine Banda 4 months ago

    Simply put I loved the video captain Joe....And may I get your email address?

  • Born for Aviation
    Born for Aviation 4 months ago

    Thank you for this informative video. Please if you can make a video on how to fly DME ARC

  • Nc Sahu
    Nc Sahu 4 months ago

    Please look into the font color explaining various points here n make it legible.

  • Joshua Ritchie
    Joshua Ritchie 4 months ago

    Why is called holding pattern not waiting pattern?

  • Oskars Arājs
    Oskars Arājs 4 months ago +1

    Damn planes can't switch to metric

  • SkyWard Guy
    SkyWard Guy 4 months ago

    Hey Joe, you're looking more sexy than usual in this vid . . . what did you do differently? :)

  • Jethol Paanod
    Jethol Paanod 5 months ago

    Hey, Captain Joe, since delays cause a domino effect, how do airplanes get back to normal and regular schedule?

  • M3RKZ_X
    M3RKZ_X 5 months ago

    Hello can you add Arabic translate please ? I like your Chanel .. your awsome 👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼

  • Zoltán Bánóczki
    Zoltán Bánóczki 5 months ago +4

    4:17
    230 knots during 60 sec not 60 minutes (and its probably a multiply not a divide)

    • snudilicious
      snudilicious Month ago

      Zoltán Bánóczki 230kts is 230nm per hr. Therefore / by 60 to find the distance travelled in 1min (60mins in 1hr.) 3.8nm will be travelled in 60s - it’s correct!

  • carlos ulloa
    carlos ulloa 5 months ago

    😱 No subtitles in the secon important lenguages in the world. Increible!!!!

  • Benj Doe
    Benj Doe 5 months ago

    Not 60 minutes 😑

  • uruiamnot
    uruiamnot 5 months ago

    The thumbs down are from the people who can't tolerate cir-cum-FEAR-ance at 4:45 and likely pronounce it differently.

  • DanieL D
    DanieL D 5 months ago

    this is why i never dream of being a pilot. my math SUCKS.

  • Cynthia Rosenthal
    Cynthia Rosenthal 6 months ago

    0:57 it is every 45 seconds

  • Venkatesh S
    Venkatesh S 6 months ago

    Why you wear pilot's uniform for TVclip video.

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  • Rod silver
    Rod silver 7 months ago

    Wow your videos help educate us keep it up u do a great job on those videos good job

  • Carlos Fernando Cuellar Lozano

    Joe, could you explain how does the AP work.?

  • Konstantinos Bimpis
    Konstantinos Bimpis 7 months ago

    Captain Joe, could you please explain to me why I see a four engine aircraft deploying reverse thrust on the two inboard engines only and on other four engine aircraft they deploy reverse thrust on all four engines. Thank you.

  • Veni Vidi Amavi
    Veni Vidi Amavi 7 months ago

    Taking my IFR written this Dec or Jan....I need all the help I can get (:

  • Veni Vidi Amavi
    Veni Vidi Amavi 7 months ago

    *great video, thank you!!*

  • Luis Daniel
    Luis Daniel 8 months ago

    I en Joe it, capitain.

  • wonderbat9
    wonderbat9 8 months ago

    Another very interesting video, Captain Joe but would you mind squaring up the bottom plane on the wall behind you please, it's driving me nuts! Thanks a bunch, D

  • Claudi M.
    Claudi M. 8 months ago

    Dear Captain Joe, will general aviation ever switch to International System of Units? In hobby/sport aviation we are starting to see airplanes with instruments that show data in the ISU system (speeds in km/h, descent rates in m/s, altitudes in meters...). Actually, I'm training to get my ultralight aircraft license and I'm flying a plane that has hybrid instrumentation (feet for altitude, km/h for airspeed). Thanks!

  • Brummi_onAir
    Brummi_onAir 8 months ago

    Easy to understand even for non native speakers ;)

  • Nidhi Bhat
    Nidhi Bhat 9 months ago

    Sir,
    Your videos are truly informative. Just love the way you explain the concepts...they become way easier to understand. I just got this doubt after watching the video as to whether loiter and hold are same or do they differ ? If yes, how?
    Thank You.

  • alflurin
    alflurin 9 months ago

    Great upload! At 4:15, I'm guessing that you mean 60s, right? Thanks

  • Paul Gerarts
    Paul Gerarts 9 months ago

    Hi Captain Joe. Have a question for you. Am flying regularly - as a passenger - the A320-200. A few times it happens that in the 3rd or 4th minute after take off the engines go very quiet for maybe 30 seconds. And then resume full power for further climb. The first time it happened my heart missed a beat as I thought we had engine problem. Recently it happened 3 times in a row during the same flight! I would like to understand what happens. It will take my anxiety away. Thanks if you see fit to explain. For the rest an awesome channel. Makes flying as a passenger more relaxed!

  • keri caye
    keri caye 9 months ago

    shushhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh and he's cute too....Captain Joe

  • Milo
    Milo 9 months ago

    Can autopilot enter and fly the holding pattern automatically? Or pilots have to do it manually?

  • Gregory Vicky
    Gregory Vicky 9 months ago

    Captain Joe Please Provide Us your Twitter.Thanks

  • Kusuma Shanthi Prakash
    Kusuma Shanthi Prakash 9 months ago

    radio telephone restricted classes?

  • Sam Goo
    Sam Goo 9 months ago

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  • c2ucomputers
    c2ucomputers 10 months ago

    What is the protocol for landing with no flaps as jet2 LS444 had to last week look forward to video explaining it thanks

  • Anzar Kunhi
    Anzar Kunhi 10 months ago

    Now I knew why Dubai is world's second busiest airport. When I lived there I see 4, 5 planes landing in line in every 1 min 24hrs a day.

  • Girish Venkatachalam
    Girish Venkatachalam 10 months ago

    Thanks nice stuff

  • Şipoş Claudiu
    Şipoş Claudiu 10 months ago

    The facts stated at the end of the video are only available for FAA (only in the US). The rest of the world uses ICAO speeds, which are different.

  • Mohammad Azam
    Mohammad Azam 10 months ago

    Lovely Video

  • govardhana purnathanu
    govardhana purnathanu 10 months ago

    capt... 230 kts is that ias or ground speed?

  • TheBalls55
    TheBalls55 10 months ago

    Do pilots usually fly the same routes ? Is it challenging for a pilot to fly some place they never flew to before ?

  • MaxVidyStudios
    MaxVidyStudios 10 months ago

    oh thank god I thought my headphones were breaking, its in the video phhew

  • Ansh Uchil
    Ansh Uchil 10 months ago

    can 2 captains fly a plane ?And who will lead?

  • academy.jccbi.gov.catalogue

    IT IS DUATS.COM

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    NOW, LAST QUESTION, DO YOU HAVE THE DUATS TRANSPONDER AND MODE SET CORRECTLY? SO, AIR TRAFFIC CAN SEE YOU-SEE ADVISORY VS AIR TRAFFIC, WHICH ONE IS RIGHT? YOU CAN CHANGE IT IN FLIGHT?

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    BAKFAA IS THE USA, TACAS IS THE WORLD. BUT YOU CAN STILL GET THE ATN FOR THE IACO ON DATALINK

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    AV-CHINUM

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    YOU GET THE ATN WITH INSTRUCTIONS EVERY ONCE IN A WHILE, YOU PIOLT THE AIRCRAFT

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    SO, HOW DOES WHAT DOES IT SOUND LIKE ON COM LINK BECAUSE IT IS NOT STUPID?

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    AV-TWENTYSEVENTH

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    AV-FINDYOULATTERALES

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    AND NEXT AIRCRAFT

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    YOU DESCEND FROM THE PROTECTED SIDE??? TOO NEXT LEVEL ABOVE RUNWAY?

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    PROTECTED AREA IS ON THE SIDE-DID YOU KNOW THIS IS CLASS III

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    AV-TINSY

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    AV-SECUREX

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    AV-NOTANPROBLUMOFMINE

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    AV-OLDERAN

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    AV-SHERDOG

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    WELL, FINNAIR...A KNOT IS 25 m\hr

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    IT MUST BE SLOWER THAN 3 KNOTS AROUND THE OVAL.

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    WE WE NEED TO KNOW THE DISTANCE FOR FUEL 3.8 NAUTICAL MILES AROUND THE OVAL?

  • academy.jccbi.gov.catalogue

    DON'T WORRY WE HAVE ALL TAKEN THE CLASS ON NOTAM TYPING A MISTAKE OR MAKING A BUTTON MISTAKE-NOTHING HAPPENS MR. BACKSPACE?

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    SO, AS LONG AS IT IS NOT AN LOC-LPV LIST TO REMOVE?

  • academy.jccbi.gov.catalogue

    AND WE LEARNED IN AVS I THAT IN THE KNOTOMETER THERE ARE 2502 KNOTS IN EACH NUMBER -I WONDER, RMSV BUTTON 2013 MODEL PHASE VII

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    K=2/K*2PIEr IS THE SPEED SO THE DISTANCE IS 2PIEr: COMMON EVERYBODY WE LEARNED THAT IN HIGHSCHOOL, STICK O DEATH

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    RADIO FIX

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    WELL CAN YOU TYPE IN THE PTS CIRCLE?

  • academy.jccbi.gov.catalogue

    SO, THE CANADIANS DIDN'T INVENT THE HOLDING PATTERN OR SMOKING SEATING BUT THE USA DID? OR MILITARY?

  • ShadowLight Gaming
    ShadowLight Gaming 10 months ago +3

    Haha the vortex coing clip was from crazy russian hacker😂😂

  • Bo Hull
    Bo Hull 10 months ago

    On a flight from Portland back home to Baltimore my plane went in a holding pattern because the airport was shut down for bad weather. We had to make an emergency landing in Columbus Ohio to refuel and then we got to go on our way to Baltimore. I have a picture of the plane’s path the whole way, including the holding pattern.

  • Lucas C
    Lucas C 10 months ago

    Hi Joe, really nice video but at the end, you haven't mentioned the differences of the holding speeds between the normal conditions and the turbulent conditions. Additionally, in my book (Nordian) these speeds are different for example over the normal conditions up to 14 000 ft 230 kt or 170 kt (cat A and B aircraft only). Above 14 000 ft up to 20 000 ft it's 240 kt (280 kt for turbulent conditions), then 265 kt beyond 20 000 ft up to 34 000 ft and finally 0,83 mach above 34 000 ft. :)

  • Carlos Martin Garcia
    Carlos Martin Garcia 10 months ago

    High level tutorial, thanks for your time!

  • Pratham Patel
    Pratham Patel 11 months ago

    Could you please make a video on how to read instrument approach chart

  • Pratham Patel
    Pratham Patel 11 months ago

    Where do you get those star maps and airport maps

  • Reejo Unni
    Reejo Unni 11 months ago

    Thank you Joe for your simple explanation

  • Airbus A320 Aviation

    Captain Joe, do you mind doing a video on Standard Instrument Departures(SID) and Standard Terminal Arrivals (STAR)?

  • Hawkeye 4921
    Hawkeye 4921 Year ago +1

    Captain Joe, why do you say you are a captain, and only have three stripes?

  • Rajeev Chaubey
    Rajeev Chaubey Year ago

    Why plains have tail

  • The Aviator KDLC
    The Aviator KDLC Year ago

    Dear Captain Joe can you make a video about the landing gears and tires.
    Thanks.

  • Stedman75
    Stedman75 Year ago

    I hear the slow mo guys theme !

  • Robin Sattahip
    Robin Sattahip Year ago

    It's what you get when you piss off ATC.

  • Foysol Ahmed
    Foysol Ahmed Year ago

    Nice one, joe!

  • Fanny Channel
    Fanny Channel Year ago

    I'm 10 years old

  • Fanny Channel
    Fanny Channel Year ago

    Please I want one airplane models please I need one it can be with the landing gears

  • Igor_Sharko_a350
    Igor_Sharko_a350 Year ago

    Great video!!!

  • Sith Lord
    Sith Lord Year ago

    I really, really have to go pee now but Houston ATC told me to go into a holding pattern.

  • Tree
    Tree Year ago

    whats the music for your intro?

  • Simon Karol
    Simon Karol Year ago

    I love your accent. Where do you come from?

  • Rama Febryan
    Rama Febryan Year ago

    Does the Facts about holding in the end of the video applies to pans ops chart user ?

  • Nikki X
    Nikki X Year ago

    Do you own the airbus ?

  • Abby ladybug
    Abby ladybug Year ago

    I♡U

  • Karan Gobardhan
    Karan Gobardhan Year ago

    i can still remember when i went to the Netherlands the plane made about 5 circles because of air traffic