INCREDIBLE!! Boeing 747-400 MEGA SPLASH during thrust reverse - EVA Air Taipei Landing! [AirClips]

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  • Published on Jun 7, 2016
  • The Boeing 747-400 is a major development and the best-selling model of the Boeing 747 family of jet airliners. While retaining the four-engine wide-body layout of its predecessors, the 747-400 embodies numerous technological and structural changes to produce a more efficient airframe. Its most distinguishing features versus preceding 747 models are 6-foot (1.8 m) winglets mounted on 6-foot (1.8 m) wing tip extensions, which are found on all 747-400s except for Japanese domestic market versions.
    The 747-400 is equipped with a two-crew glass cockpit, which dispenses with the need for a flight engineer, along with more fuel-efficient engines, an optional fuel tank in the horizontal stabilizer, and revised fuselage/wing fairings. The aircraft also features an all-new interior with upgraded in-flight entertainment architecture. As on the 747-300, passenger variants include a stretched upper deck as standard. The model has a maximum capacity of 660 passengers with the 747-400D variant, and can fly non-stop for up to 7,670 nautical miles (14,200 km) with maximum payload, depending on model.
    Northwest Airlines first placed the 747-400 in commercial service in February 9, 1989. The 747-400 was produced in passenger (−400), freighter (−400F), combi (−400M), domestic (−400D), extended range passenger (−400ER) and extended range freighter (−400ERF) versions. The last 747−400, a -400ERF, was delivered in 2009. The 747-400 is the second-most recent version of the Boeing 747 family, having been superseded by the improved Boeing 747-8.
    Thrust reversal, also called reverse thrust, is the temporary diversion of an aircraft engine's exhaust so that it is directed forward, rather than backwards. Reverse thrust acts against the forward travel of the aircraft, providing deceleration. Thrust reverser systems are featured on many jet aircraft to help slow down just after touch-down, reducing wear on the brakes and enabling shorter landing distances. Such devices affect the aircraft significantly and are considered important for safe operations by airlines. There have been accidents involving thrust reversal systems.
    Reverse thrust is also available on many propeller-driven aircraft through reversing the controllable-pitch propellers to a negative angle. The equivalent concept for a ship is called astern propulsion.
    EVA Airways Corporation (pronounced "E-V-A Airways") is a Taiwanese international airline based at Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport near Taipei, Taiwan, operating passenger and dedicated cargo services to over 40 international destinations in Asia, Australia, Europe, and North America. EVA Air is largely privately owned and flies a fully international route network. It is the second largest Taiwanese airline. EVA Air is headquartered in Luzhu, Taoyuan City, Taiwan.
    Since its founding in 1989 as an affiliate of shipping conglomerate Evergreen Group, EVA Air has expanded to include air cargo, airline catering, ground handling, and aviation engineering services. Its cargo arm, EVA Air Cargo, links with the Evergreen worldwide shipping network on sea and land. Its domestic and regional subsidiary, UNI Air, operates a medium and short-haul network to destinations in Taiwan, Macau and China with its main hub in Kaohsiung, Taiwan. As of January 2015, EVA Air is the 3rd safest airline in the world, with no hull losses, accidents, or fatalities since its establishment.
    EVA Air operates a mixed fleet of Airbus and Boeing aircraft, with Airbus A330, Boeing 747, Airbus A321, and Boeing 777 airliners primarily used on passenger routes, along with Boeing 747 freighters used on cargo routes. The airline was one of the first carriers to introduce the Premium Economy class (called Elite class in EVA Air), which it debuted in 1991. Elite class is onboard Boeing 777 and selected Boeing 747 aircraft.

Comments • 765

  • Mza
    Mza 3 days ago

    wtf why did the engines pulled back?

  • Joey Stickfigure
    Joey Stickfigure 9 days ago

    787 much nicer plane to fly in. Loved the ol' 47 but 78 my new favorite.

  • Shihab Sumon
    Shihab Sumon 11 days ago +1

    Amazing

  • Jessica Xx
    Jessica Xx 16 days ago

    Woah! Say if I had no idea what that was I’d be freaking out if I was on that plane😭

  • Locelk
    Locelk 18 days ago

    I mean I’m not a pilot but I know one thing the 747 is a flying beast!

  • Charles Rhodes
    Charles Rhodes 23 days ago

    Engine wobbling ! 😎

  • Lil andrei's CHANNEL

    2:50 wow that's cool

  • Al Baraa Mc Allister

    That was cool

  • babang yudhis
    babang yudhis Month ago

    Eva air

  • Aaron Zeph Cabebe
    Aaron Zeph Cabebe Month ago

    What country are you now already

  • David Michaels
    David Michaels 2 months ago

    Excellent piece of engineering

  • N Baker
    N Baker 2 months ago

    That was cool splashing up water

  • Music
    Music 2 months ago

    Why did the slats retract after the touchdown?

  • corrioliseffect
    corrioliseffect 2 months ago +5

    Reverse thrusters; so cool. I need to get me some of those...

  • Clim-28000
    Clim-28000 3 months ago

    it is answered my question ... why plane engine open during landing? the splashback. It's reverse the engine trust and slow down the speed.

  • Captain Steven Markovich

    Outstanding 👍👍

  • LIGO
    LIGO 3 months ago

    Love ladin' in tha' capital city during rainy season! HEeeeHAAaWww! :) God bless the R.O.C. ! :)

  • TWorldTV
    TWorldTV 3 months ago

    Pretty cool! Thanks for sharing!

  • Gabriel Jimenez
    Gabriel Jimenez 3 months ago

    Is there any Eva air in infinite flight? Am trying to find it and I have infinite flight plus what is the state name?

  • Yvan Mastrolilli
    Yvan Mastrolilli 3 months ago

    super reactor

  • This is fine.
    This is fine. 3 months ago

    Badass

  • Rossi Yang
    Rossi Yang 4 months ago

    welcome to Taiwan!

  • Bruce Budka
    Bruce Budka 4 months ago

    Yeah , that was so fucking cool👍

  • 立立遊戲實況
    立立遊戲實況 4 months ago

    Welcome to Taipei

  • ygg drasil
    ygg drasil 4 months ago

    nice landing.

  • Tony
    Tony 4 months ago

    SKY QUEEN - BOEING 747 !!

  • yuan Lin
    yuan Lin 4 months ago

    In fact, the correct name of the airport is Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport.

  • Mario leon
    Mario leon 4 months ago

    Why does the leading edges of the wing fold back like that while the reverse thrust is engaged? I get if they stayed perpendicular to the surface of the runway to create a drag force, but they fold all the way underneath to become almost parallel to the runway surface, what gives?

  • Troy Carlson
    Troy Carlson 4 months ago

    Was the plane that bumpy

  • KLM boy Boeing 747-8
    KLM boy Boeing 747-8 4 months ago

    Epic!

  • LiveNayuta
    LiveNayuta 4 months ago

    Outer engine (No.4) is VACUMing splash of inner engine (No.3). Monster!

  • Hunter Of Liars
    Hunter Of Liars 4 months ago

    Goods video, by the way.

  • Hunter Of Liars
    Hunter Of Liars 4 months ago

    It always makes me smile when the crew play "soothing/relaxing music in the loudspeakers to calm us down on landing".... (listen from 0:37 ) forgetting that the Bowing engines are so damned noise no one really relaxes, LOL

  • Paulo Roberto
    Paulo Roberto 4 months ago

    Sensacional, 10

  • Bryann Yannis
    Bryann Yannis 4 months ago +1

    Is tananarivo

  • Gino Asci
    Gino Asci 4 months ago

    Could watch this all day.

  • Rectal Cancer
    Rectal Cancer 4 months ago

    Engine No.3 looks really shaky

  • Brian Potter
    Brian Potter 4 months ago

    One way to dry the runways lol ... Awesome power ...

  • Bertrand146
    Bertrand146 4 months ago

    Mc Donalds' fed passengers = heavy landings

  • JB Amuya
    JB Amuya 4 months ago

    Amazing

  • old pump
    old pump 5 months ago

    🔥🔥🔥

  • UltimateStorm315
    UltimateStorm315 5 months ago

    Lol I hate it when it the wings start to bend.. I just shit myself completely. It feels like the engine just going to drop off or snap off..

  • TralfazConstruction
    TralfazConstruction 5 months ago

    I haven't flown recently but I do love descending through weather. More than that I enjoy it when the flight crew takes us upstairs in a hurry and into the sunlight.

  • The crazy man from Ireland.

    Unreal great video

  • GalaxyLightning Ninja
    GalaxyLightning Ninja 5 months ago

    Woah that looks cool!

  • Depressed Trashcan
    Depressed Trashcan 5 months ago

    Cool!

  • sunking2001
    sunking2001 5 months ago

    Great video! I love watching those engines working with the wings...and vice-versa.

  • JikKoh RoBoCoP
    JikKoh RoBoCoP 5 months ago

    Like

  • Margaret Roselle
    Margaret Roselle 5 months ago

    Reverse thrust is great to watch!

  • Pandu Miharja
    Pandu Miharja 6 months ago

    The landing seems so smooth

  • Joao Cruz
    Joao Cruz 6 months ago

    os motores dop b747-400,era o ge ,que equipava o A310,bom motor.

  • Boeing Time 300
    Boeing Time 300 6 months ago

    The Pilots used Idle Reverse at the end🤔

  • Chris Kent
    Chris Kent 6 months ago

    The runway cleaning crew kept chillin

  • Mariano el Matematico
    Mariano el Matematico 6 months ago

    Excelentes videos

  • Pabalelo Masekoameng
    Pabalelo Masekoameng 6 months ago

    I remember the engines being positioned a little bit back and underneath the wings. Not soooo forward and out

    Mandela Effected

  • Perry Anderson
    Perry Anderson 6 months ago

    everything flexes a lot

  • Kishen Gindhe
    Kishen Gindhe 6 months ago

    awesome power,awesome!

  • Reymond Rivera
    Reymond Rivera 6 months ago

    So satisfied

  • Mlongoti Gilbert Sinjani
    Mlongoti Gilbert Sinjani 6 months ago +1

    This plane is massive and beautiful.😊

  • James AH Hardy
    James AH Hardy 7 months ago +1

    The good news is we'll be landing immediatley. Bad news is we're SPLASH landing!

  • Rod Louis
    Rod Louis 7 months ago

    I miss being on a plane

  • Raquel Beck
    Raquel Beck 7 months ago

    wow!

  • Terminator Yt
    Terminator Yt 7 months ago +1

    This is because it has better breaking power than the A380. It has four reverse thrusters while the a380 only has two.

  • Robert Brown
    Robert Brown 7 months ago +1

    747---The plane that started the jumbo revolution.

  • Dane Spencer
    Dane Spencer 7 months ago

    what city is thst over?

  • Dream Team
    Dream Team 8 months ago

    I think the airline is Eva air

    • Air-Clips.com
      Air-Clips.com  8 months ago

      We’ve hidden the answer in the video title - not sure if ever someone will discover it ;)

  • XoriFox
    XoriFox 8 months ago

    it's a ALITALLIA AIRLINES ?

  • Jacob Chen
    Jacob Chen 8 months ago

    hey guys, i was on the last flight of the b747-400 of Evaair from HKG (Hong Kong)- TPE (Taipei). I was in its old business class.

  • Tabetha Pedzisayi
    Tabetha Pedzisayi 8 months ago

    Awesome video...

  • Yankee mudbug
    Yankee mudbug 8 months ago

    God those engines are a work of art beautiful Bravo awesome !

  • 張安卓
    張安卓 8 months ago

    welcome to Taiwan 🇹🇼 👍🏻

  • 傑爾的遊戲頻道
    傑爾的遊戲頻道 8 months ago

    RCTP😍😍

  • Daniel Nunes
    Daniel Nunes 8 months ago

    Muito lindo! Pousou onde qual país?

  • ulduzlar Badboy
    ulduzlar Badboy 8 months ago

    Pretty much

  • Sam Anthony B. Magdua
    Sam Anthony B. Magdua 8 months ago

    b747 is having a smoke cigar

  • Mr.77check
    Mr.77check 8 months ago

    No jet fuel either!!!

  • emilio Martínez
    emilio Martínez 8 months ago

    Xd😂😭

  • sameer sane
    sameer sane 8 months ago

    That engine supposed to wobble?🤔

  • TommyT
    TommyT 9 months ago

    AirClips what a great video, superb quality how the eff did you hold / keep it so stable? I really like the matte black cowling trim. *Thanks* for taking time/effort to make/publish the video, really nice.

  • william
    william 9 months ago

    Sexy Blacked out inlets

  • joe
    joe 9 months ago

    Free energy generating machines.

  • Mohammed naji
    Mohammed naji 9 months ago

    which place did the plane land in?

  • Jett Gaming
    Jett Gaming 9 months ago

    What was happening at 2:57

  • Neo Korben
    Neo Korben 9 months ago

    I FLEW THIS AIRPLANES THE B747 400/382( REALLY I FORGOT THE TYPES,IT WAS 3 TYPES OF B747 SINCE IT WAS 33 YEARS AGO/SP SERIES FOR 3 YEARS,THATS BACKWARD SPLASH IS VERY SERIOUS WHEN RUNWAY WET,IT WILL MAKE THE OUTBOARD ENGINES INGEST WATER SLOWER THAT 80 MPH WHEN SKIDDING ,THEN TO SOLVE THIS ONLY AT 80 MPH THE OUTER NO I AND FOUR WILL BE USED TO STOP THE AIRPLANE

  • Diego Karalis
    Diego Karalis 9 months ago

    Amazing plane

  • Roma Tetemadze
    Roma Tetemadze 9 months ago

    The shaking engine... :D

  • RiptideMamba
    RiptideMamba 9 months ago

    2:41 dugadugadugaduga (the sound a plane makes when it goes on land)

  • Leo Bluesy
    Leo Bluesy 9 months ago

    Nice video

  • Art Robot - Productions

    .. L. o V , e this Raw , power . /////////

  • Weston Anderson
    Weston Anderson 9 months ago +1

    Wait hold on... those slats did WHAT????

  • Levon Baghdasaryan
    Levon Baghdasaryan 9 months ago

    Seems like the guy who filmed it somehow knew the engine was gonna splash

  • Витя УАЗик
    Витя УАЗик 9 months ago

    My wife and I were late for a flight operated by Siberia.....it was necessary to fly from Bangkok (Thailand) to Novosibirsk (Russia)......I bought two tickets.....Transaero......Boeing-747)) have You seen it??? this aircraft!!!)))) To say that it is big is an understatement.!)) He's just a strong showing!!!))) Flew the First class!!))) On the second floor)) Flew 7 hours....we were fed twice....it was very tasty!) Like a restaurant!!)) To Fly - Just Love It!!!)))) No fear!!!))))) There Were Tu-154, Tu-134....The An-24....An-2 (Even in Soviet School)....Yes all of them and remember....a lot of planes there!!))))

  • snp Narko channel
    snp Narko channel 9 months ago

    awesome

  • ISYK イニク
    ISYK イニク 9 months ago

    EVA AIR?

  • bfjb70
    bfjb70 9 months ago

    Did Air France 358 have this technology, at YYZ August 2, 2005?

  • Ultra4 Readynas
    Ultra4 Readynas 9 months ago

    It cools down the engines faster ;)

  • justforever96
    justforever96 9 months ago

    I always wondered why those Krueger flaps didn't totally mess up the airflow over and under the wing when they were being swung out .

  • quantomic1106
    quantomic1106 10 months ago +2

    Looks like Vtec kicked in yo!

  • Rodrigo Otávio
    Rodrigo Otávio 10 months ago

    747 very nice!