Total Engine Failure - Eastern Air Lines Flight 855 - XP11

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  • JEGADI PADRIACK a.k.a. DJ TO RONTO.

    Glory to God.
    I have a question for the so called aviation experts👉WHY CAN'T ALL PLANES HAVE FOUR OR MORE ENGINES AND FLYING ON TWO THEN THE OTHER TWO FOR EMERGENCIES LIKE THIS.👉For how long will we continue hearing about "engine failure" in midair?!!!

  • loblg88
    loblg88 3 days ago

    Man if that second engine had not suddenly restarted. 😅😅

  • JetMechMA
    JetMechMA 4 days ago

    It is my understanding that this incident resulted in the establishment of ETOPs rules (Extended Twin-engine OPerations), for improving the reliability of twin engine aircraft on overwater flights, so that the same mechanic is not supposed to do work on both engines....making it highly unlikely that all three chip detectors would be improperly installed. I say "all three" chip detectors because the ETOPs standards have now been expanded to aircraft with more than two power plants.

  • Travis Linton
    Travis Linton 5 days ago

    Another happy landing. :)

  • Schism Circle
    Schism Circle 5 days ago

    Where's the cockpit recoding? Imagine the pilot's conversations!

  • Ashu Ku
    Ashu Ku 6 days ago

    Thanked god.. alls well that ends well..

  • Fiber Bunny
    Fiber Bunny 7 days ago

    I love this channel! There are so many other channels like this and they use FS2004, or FSX but X-Plane 11 is ideal! Great commentary.

  • Allrock123
    Allrock123 8 days ago

    Would the flight engineer not notice the leaks as a decreasing oil levels on the gauges ??? does the planes monitoring system not recognize the trend of rapidly decreasing oil levels as a serious developing problem to inform the pilot ?

  • Aperture Laboratories

    Another happy landing

  • The California Garage

    Engine 2 got the victory royale

  • ART WILMETH
    ART WILMETH 11 days ago

    Ad : Not one more democrat in congress
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  • Hans Peiper
    Hans Peiper 11 days ago

    Amazing work, very entertaining!

  • Danny Stewart
    Danny Stewart 13 days ago

    Is this gtasa

  • Darrell Cate
    Darrell Cate 13 days ago

    Wow, what an amazing job by the crew! I'm a sport pilot, and I have a lot of crap going through my head half the time to begin with. I can't even imagine how they must have felt.

  • Kevin Do bs
    Kevin Do bs 13 days ago +1

    Pilots should trust instruments, 9-10 good job making it back safe!

  • Peter Horvath
    Peter Horvath 14 days ago

    Nice to see finally a video where not everybody died. :-)

  • DokkieRoblox
    DokkieRoblox 15 days ago

    I’m glad that everyone survived.

  • Dave Warwicker
    Dave Warwicker 16 days ago

    This is classic Google. I watch a republican political advert explaining how our world is improving, and so Google follows it with an video of a plane malfunction.

  • grosskopf2
    grosskopf2 16 days ago

    Oh there was injury alright. I bet there were at least 160 pairs of soiled underwear when they got off that plane.

  • Aaron Elliott
    Aaron Elliott 17 days ago

    God damn, that was tense...

  • urankjj
    urankjj 17 days ago

    Hey Charlie, what are we supposed to do with these extra rubber rings ??

  • Anthony  Collier
    Anthony Collier 17 days ago

    "Very experienced pilot, co-pilot and engineer"!

  • Mike S
    Mike S 17 days ago

    What idiot installs a part without the necessary O-ring seals?

  • Tejas
    Tejas 19 days ago

    Seeing all these devastating videos, it actually makes me feel safer in an airplane

  • Juan Navarrete
    Juan Navarrete 22 days ago

    Almost cried when engine 2 went back to life

  • Andy Madden
    Andy Madden 23 days ago

    I have a book which mentions something similar happening to TriStar N318EA. But when I look up the incident, I can't find anything.

  • la cachiporra
    la cachiporra 24 days ago

    Last time I flew in Eastern Air was back in 1987 from JFK to Las Américas Int. In the Dominican Rep.

  • Dan Littman
    Dan Littman 25 days ago

    Nothing short of a miracle, good job they didnt ditch.

  • Marten Trudeau
    Marten Trudeau 25 days ago

    The Captain, co-pilot and engineer were all pros, it's fantastic they made it back safely to Miami.

  • TonyTube407
    TonyTube407 25 days ago

    YAY! I've been watching your videos non-stop all week and it's nice to see an occasional one where pretty much everyone DOESN'T die. :-)

  • jeremytones
    jeremytones 28 days ago

    These videos are frikkin addicting, wtf. I've been watching them non stop

  • Graphic Graphics
    Graphic Graphics 28 days ago

    The Lockheed L-1011 was one of the best built Planes in history..

  • ALEXxpress
    ALEXxpress 28 days ago

    It's really hard to read the text in most of the vids...this is in all your vids X pilot.

  • tilitila88
    tilitila88 28 days ago

    Everytime I see a PRITZKER ad, I cringe...So NOT GENUINE...

  • Bon Summers
    Bon Summers 29 days ago

    What's the program you use to make this vids?

  • Craig Mason's Reasonable Conversation Channel

    very cool channel, thanks.

  • Polygone Trigonométrie

    Finally a happy ending !

  • Leonard Jackson
    Leonard Jackson Month ago

    Merciful Jesus... FINALLY one with a happy ending.. thanks.

  • DeezNeez01
    DeezNeez01 Month ago

    I like that you do videos that land successfully as well. Not all doom and gloom.

  • corbin mcnabb
    corbin mcnabb Month ago

    Without injury, unless you count the brown stains on the back...Sorry. Couldn't resist. This, and things like it, are why these guys have to be very good, and on occasion, heroic.

  • Ray Lopez
    Ray Lopez Month ago

    Well, too bad they don't have autopilot for ground maintenance staff. How often have you seen them mess up by not uncovering the pitot tubes (or failing to cover them, equally bad for long periods of rest)?

  • ballinacrossrose
    ballinacrossrose Month ago

    That must be a pilots nightmare, great they landed safely, praise for these pilots.

  • David Frehlini
    David Frehlini Month ago

    The entire Crew did an outstanding job getting the aircraft back to Miami. I am glad that all turned out fine. My deepest respect to the Crew and the passengers.

  • Jason Brawn
    Jason Brawn Month ago

    Really well done. I've never heard of this incident, and had to look it up to see if it was real. Thanks for sharing.

  • Gammon Jackson
    Gammon Jackson Month ago

    Damn mechanics...

  • Ghetto-Boy
    Ghetto-Boy Month ago

    I bet a good few people became very religious on that flight.

  • Roger Shurter
    Roger Shurter Month ago

    C7

    • SMB 226B
      SMB 226B Month ago

      I miss read as cr7..... 😕😏

  • southrules
    southrules Month ago

    Hooray! And Donald Trump wants to deregulate everything, just number 15,463 of his stupid ideas

  • SuperSaiyan3985
    SuperSaiyan3985 Month ago

    Man that was close, so glad this is like the first video I see where they had a safe landing.

  • socksumi
    socksumi Month ago

    Pilots deserved some kind of award for their heroic skills and actions that saved everyone.

  • TheEagerMinecrafter

    i bet when they landed the pilots were like
    _clutch_

  • Dustin Travis
    Dustin Travis Month ago +1

    Maintenance. It's always maintenance.

  • michael sabella
    michael sabella Month ago

    Actual real ilfe would be better, this is like watching a game sim...no thanks

  • Nathan King
    Nathan King Month ago

    SPEAK THE NARRATION, IDIOT!

  • knee gerr
    knee gerr Month ago

    So gay

  • Barry Bee Gee Gibb
    Barry Bee Gee Gibb Month ago

    Wow!

  • James Carlson
    James Carlson Month ago +2

    Several lessons hopefully were learned by this: 1. never retrofit all engines on a plane at the same time, 2. check the oil level on engines periodically, eg. 5 minutes. 3. if anything goes wrong with an engine, stay on track for the closest airport especially when over large sections of water.

  • David Buschhorn
    David Buschhorn Month ago

    3:39 the Flight Engineer calls tech support...
    Indian accent: "Rolls Royce technical support, this is... Steve... how can I help you today?"
    "Hi, uh... "Steve" this is FE... Dopinder... and I''ve got no oil pressure on any engine. I think we're going down with a full plane of passengers."
    "I want you to try turning off the engines and turning them back on..."

  • Liz Wynaco
    Liz Wynaco Month ago

    Nail biter.

  • Scott Wheeler
    Scott Wheeler Month ago

    Wow! Scraping home on a broken engine! This was so close!

  • Arizona Sky
    Arizona Sky Month ago

    Thank God!

  • mason everidge
    mason everidge Month ago

    Did anyone notice the typo on the engines flame out

  • mOejOe33
    mOejOe33 Month ago

    They'll say they're experts (at everything), but this is exactly why you don't hire illegal aliens.

  • AvyScottandFlower
    AvyScottandFlower Month ago

    A happy ending! :)

  • Brett Vogel
    Brett Vogel Month ago

    Can’t they get a voice to read the narrative?

  • Aaron Moore
    Aaron Moore Month ago

    Thank god that engine restarted

  • Sabrina T.
    Sabrina T. Month ago

    Finally a video without a causality!

  • Aj Cuddeback
    Aj Cuddeback Month ago

    this might be the 12th video I've watched and the first that nobody dies

  • MigsShiro Otaku
    MigsShiro Otaku Month ago

    Finnaly a good one with no deaths!

  • Bcool4now
    Bcool4now Month ago +3

    Why would anyone fly after watching all your videos?! Im scared 😱 to death 💀

    • Andy Madden
      Andy Madden 23 days ago

      You don't need to add pictograms when you have text saying the exact same thing.

    • Hollywood Sunset
      Hollywood Sunset 24 days ago

      I just want to hug all the pilots

    • Giselle Esmeralda
      Giselle Esmeralda Month ago

      Bcool4now I am now & I have an upcoming flight 😅

  • vinak
    vinak Month ago

    Fun Fact: Development of these engines bankrupted Rolls Royce.

  • Thomas
    Thomas Month ago

    Wow. A happy ending! Great!!!

  • townman1
    townman1 Month ago +1

    I think was a mistake not to land in Nassau.

  • LaDolcevita
    LaDolcevita Month ago

    Wow! What’s with these asshole mechanics not doing their jobs correctly!?? Fire them all!

  • George Kot
    George Kot Month ago

    Great work. Short and to the point without the drama and without the excessive use of cgi. Thumbs up.

  • Dickie Chaznick
    Dickie Chaznick 2 months ago

    *Weird! Even though I knew I was watching a simulation throughout, I was still biting my lip at certain times. Very interesting, thanks for uploading.*

  • Tim
    Tim 2 months ago

    what KSP mod is this?

  • Harold Lértora
    Harold Lértora 2 months ago

    Im starting to think the pilots are true heroes. Youve got to have balls to take responsabilty for the life of so many souls.

  • Crystal Skyback SSO
    Crystal Skyback SSO 2 months ago

    I love your videos and I am truly fascinate by them. What do you use to make these videos?

  • ferox965
    ferox965 2 months ago

    Wow...that's terrifying when the plane goes to silence...

  • Law
    Law 2 months ago

    I refuse to ever fly on Eastern Airlines. Not even in my imagination.

  • Joe Smith
    Joe Smith 2 months ago

    So the mechanics messed up, who blamed it on a lack of supervisors, who blamed it on the FAA for a lack of safety surveillance, reported by the NTSB. Way to pass the blame all the way up the chain to the feds. How’s about you do your job right the first time. If you need to be supervised to do your daily job, you shouldn’t be there in the first place. I’m a pilot by the way.

  • Spanky Harland
    Spanky Harland 2 months ago

    the pucker factor is at 100 percent ! it's always good to have an extra third engine ! they do come in handy when all else fails......

  • solomon Bc
    solomon Bc 2 months ago

    Gorgeous plane. Glad she pulled through.

  • TheRockerxx69
    TheRockerxx69 2 months ago

    DC10 a very dangerous failure plane!

  • sammyd19801
    sammyd19801 2 months ago

    Imagine the clapping and hugging the second the wheels touched pavement !

  • Moon Wolf18
    Moon Wolf18 2 months ago

    2:00 Non Pilot persons: What the fu

  • jet li
    jet li 2 months ago

    Good work. Short and to the point!

  • sushicourier
    sushicourier 2 months ago

    Holy shit those people were lucky!

  • Robby Combs
    Robby Combs 2 months ago

    My God I flew a lot of hours in the 70s on these birds!

  • jaim haas
    jaim haas 2 months ago

    The aircraft was scrapped?? Seems that the mechanics should have been.

  • Nancy Whetstone
    Nancy Whetstone 2 months ago

    Light colored lettering against light colored background does not work!! Can’t read anything!! Do better people!

  • Aceinator4eva
    Aceinator4eva 2 months ago

    This was so interesting to watch.

  • Cici Loves Drones
    Cici Loves Drones 2 months ago +1

    I appreciate your video. It sounds like two extraordinary pilots and flight engineer were manning the cockpit that morning. Great job. I do question the wisdom of returning to Miami instead of going into Nassau. But hindsight is 20/20.

  • David Walker
    David Walker 2 months ago

    I wonder if the people on that flight really new how lucky they were at the time. My guess is they could hear how silent it was and had a idea that the engines were out but...

  • A. David Moore
    A. David Moore 2 months ago

    It's always good to know that everyone survived without injuries and that the airplane lasted another twenty plus years.

  • Leon Allan Davis
    Leon Allan Davis 2 months ago

    You have the wrong registration number. It was N334EA, not N322EA.

  • George Shonia
    George Shonia 2 months ago

    Lyrics on the screen little bit speeding, slow them down even with one second would good

  • barbara chipley
    barbara chipley 2 months ago

    Nice looking aircraft!

  • Nasser MJ
    Nasser MJ 2 months ago +1

    I flew on an L1011 TWA back in the day from Europe. It was unimpressive. As a pilot, I can vouch for BOEING!

    • Red Car
      Red Car 2 months ago

      Yeah, well, you're obviously not that bright.