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    Dear friends and followers, today´s video will be about two strange and mysterious objects you most certainly have seen on your last flight with an Airbus A320.
    We´ll talk about a small little triangle which you can within the cabin, indicating the wings leading edge and trailing edge, but why is that important? The main reason for the triangle is, to help the pilot or a flight attendant find the leading/trailing edge quicker in case there is a problem with the flaps or slats. Especially during night it will make it easier to find the window to look out of. But see more about that in the video.
    The second mysterious object I´ll be talking about is the little yellow hook installed on the Airbus wing. I´ve heard many funny rumours about the hook and it´s purpose. It´s all about the Airbus escape ropes in case of an emergency. See for yourself as I try to explain these two strange objects on the Airbus :)
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Comments • 1 838

  • Asifa Liaqat
    Asifa Liaqat 3 minutes ago

    Captain Joe could u plz answer where ATU 180 L3 is located

  • Missy Usman
    Missy Usman 9 days ago

    Wat is the silver thing in the tale

  • Vijak Tuangjaruvinai
    Vijak Tuangjaruvinai 18 days ago

    I seen that before


    how are you

  • Drake Burd
    Drake Burd Month ago

    Captain Joe, What is that red box below the outside of the window of the flight deck on the passenger boarding side?

  • Comet Light
    Comet Light Month ago

    Airbus explained from a Boeng 747 cockpit.

    • Ed M
      Ed M 20 days ago

      He was flying the A320 with AirBerlin before AirBerlin ceased operation in late 2017. Now he flies the 747 with Cargolux

  • Thugo Player
    Thugo Player Month ago +1

    I thought that yellow thing was cheese lol

  • John Petrakis
    John Petrakis Month ago

    A lot of thanks for all those trainings explanations...

  • Aum Patel
    Aum Patel Month ago

    what do you mean by hold short of alpha/hotel ?

  • im memes
    im memes Month ago

    I thought airbus was a flying bus

  • Jaehu Lee
    Jaehu Lee Month ago

    Am I the only one who noticed that the plane in the simulator he was sitting in was hovering mysteriously the whole time?

  • Bom Eng
    Bom Eng 2 months ago

    How to engage ROW/ROP?

  • Bom Eng
    Bom Eng 2 months ago +1

    Thanks for your videos, can u pls explain about the "+" Sign on every panel of the centre pedestal?

  • Anil Mahato
    Anil Mahato 2 months ago

    I wann to share u something. Its really important

  • Anil Mahato
    Anil Mahato 2 months ago

    Hlw joe.. Can u help me out

  • Justin Cui
    Justin Cui 2 months ago

    Some 737s have dark borders around the cockpit windows that can open

  • Justin Cui
    Justin Cui 2 months ago

    The tiny fins on top of the fuselage

  • Harry Saunders
    Harry Saunders 3 months ago

    What is the thing on the end of plane

  • Eric Xue
    Eric Xue 3 months ago

    Did you know that you can actually unlock airplane bathrooms from outside by lifting up the lavatory sign

  • Eric Xue
    Eric Xue 3 months ago

    One time I had a seat on a plane where the triangle was

  • Schuyler Jacobs
    Schuyler Jacobs 3 months ago

    Is he a captain? He only has 3 stripes, i don’t know if it’s different in the UK, but in America 4 stripes is captain, 3 stripes is for FO

  • Rilson Loyd Galbao
    Rilson Loyd Galbao 3 months ago +1

    Thank you for giving me the knowledge about the plane.

  • Justin S.
    Justin S. 3 months ago

    정문호 최승호님 감사합니다

  • Uvraj Ram
    Uvraj Ram 3 months ago

    2:23 An Airberlin Plane but with OLT express tail.

  • Uvraj Ram
    Uvraj Ram 3 months ago


  • ajay shokeen
    ajay shokeen 3 months ago +1

    Hello sir,
    In latest cfm leap 1a engines, what is the purpose of shark fins on engines cowlings?

  • Sunny Wu
    Sunny Wu 3 months ago

    It means they serve McDonald Happy Meals on the plane. lol

  • Michael Mccarthy
    Michael Mccarthy 4 months ago

    So those rope hooks have never been used before.

  • Azuqueca Televisión
    Azuqueca Televisión 4 months ago

    Por que las ruedas de un avion no giran antes del momento de aterrizar para minimizar el roce al tocar tierra?

  • DragonFly360
    DragonFly360 4 months ago

    #Troll Why is airbus better than boeing ? 😂

  • Merton Hale
    Merton Hale 4 months ago

    Who attaches or installs the rope?

  • Jonathan B
    Jonathan B 4 months ago

    I'd seen the yellow anchors demonstrated in the safety card but I always thought it was to maintain structural integrity during an "unfortunate" landing. Interesting to learn differently. Thanks!

  • Makan Tahi
    Makan Tahi 4 months ago


  • Avery Emmanuel Chauncey Serrano

    The triangle actually is a seal of approval of the Illuminati

  • Jack La Lone
    Jack La Lone 4 months ago

    We clip to them as fall protection with a harness when servicing the engine when a stand is not handy.

  • Steve Zeleny
    Steve Zeleny 4 months ago

    What do you call the loose nuts behind the controls?

  • FancySteve64
    FancySteve64 4 months ago

    100 50 40 30 20 10 Butter

  • Samantha Willmer
    Samantha Willmer 4 months ago

    dear joe i have a question about engines how they looks inside and how the fuel is delivered into it and how is the place where the kerosene are burned

  • Bud Aviation
    Bud Aviation 4 months ago

    oh really helped, because i thought it would let through air, like an airflow or something but oh well thanks :D

  • PC GUY 1241
    PC GUY 1241 4 months ago

    Mysterious airbus objects *S I T S I N 7 4 7*

  • Gaming Twins
    Gaming Twins 4 months ago

    I saw that black triangle yesterday on an A320 too!

  • Sivan Sharma
    Sivan Sharma 4 months ago

    What are those giant cylindrical things under the wings?

  • Tim Gxxx
    Tim Gxxx 4 months ago

    I have a other myth:These little gaps In every Windows

  • XxZionicxX
    XxZionicxX 4 months ago

    Captain joe, what airline do/did you work for

  • ARRUE Ricardo
    ARRUE Ricardo 5 months ago

    Thanks for

  • KubeCzek
    KubeCzek 5 months ago

    What are thooooose?

  • Gingka Hagane
    Gingka Hagane 5 months ago

    Question: Why does Airbus have joysticks and not yokes???

  • AirsoftSlo
    AirsoftSlo 5 months ago

    I always thought it was to lift the wing while instalation and assembly kinda like it is on excavators.

  • Muhammad Nawaz
    Muhammad Nawaz 5 months ago

    Why there are same triangular signs outside of some aircrafts

  • divyansh sharma
    divyansh sharma 6 months ago

    Make a video related to aircraft engineer

  • Meikle
    Meikle 6 months ago

    What is that big barrel under the wing that makes a lot of noise?

  • zan xversus
    zan xversus 6 months ago

    When I first saw the yellow things , I thought the airlines was sponsored by Macdonald’s

  • Mark Gerad
    Mark Gerad 6 months ago

    I think its for mooring. 🤔 correct me if I'm wrong

  • Ahingge
    Ahingge 7 months ago

    Number of engine on an commercial airplane should be odd number or even number?

  • Anna Fink
    Anna Fink 7 months ago

    On a recent flight, my friend noticed the escape rope anchor point. He asked why a ninja turtle was peeping up from the wing.

  • Srikanth P
    Srikanth P 7 months ago

    Capt Joe, It is really nice for amateurs like us to know the details of the aircraft.. Thanks so much for making it simple and interesting. One question I do have is the wings look so thin and when flaps are deployed we can actually see there is nothing below.. where exactly is the fuel tank in the wing.? how can it store close to 100 tons of fuel?.

  • David M
    David M 7 months ago

    why do I repent of my sins when im on a plane but when it lands safely I forget about my repentance and continue to sin?

  • Yen Catequista
    Yen Catequista 7 months ago

    Ive boarded a ryanair before... When its time to land the plane got whiplashes

  • Nhutal
    Nhutal 7 months ago

    I got a question for you Joe it is: What happen when the plane or an aircraft is all painted in different colour? Will it make it more heavier? Or it will require more fuel?

  • Ahmad Sayyed
    Ahmad Sayyed 7 months ago

    Very well explained

  • Ricky Rica
    Ricky Rica 7 months ago

    Captain Joe. Just observe on Airbus 320-200 theres a seats on the wing exit way. But why its not detachable or have a special lever to pull to detactch the seats and throw it outside to make the exitway more spacious?

  • Pedro Fondevila
    Pedro Fondevila 8 months ago

    Muchas gracias Ahora tienen sus vídeos subtítulos en español. Buen vuelo.

  • DsYkX Plays games
    DsYkX Plays games 8 months ago

    Just now there was a #FlyANAToJapan video *Sigh* more about airplanes

  • random happens here
    random happens here 8 months ago

    You know how he was talking about o Ryan air well o Ryan air SUCKS

  • Quick Caliber
    Quick Caliber 8 months ago

    So Airbus has made plans to crash.. great!

  • ando a
    ando a 8 months ago

    What is that red thing on top of the wing

  • kate lewis
    kate lewis 8 months ago

    i was on a plane yesterday and i was wondering what the hooks were during taxi- during the flight i read the safety manual and low and behold i found out! honestly, i was quite proud of myself haha

  • TheWhiteAsian YT
    TheWhiteAsian YT 8 months ago

    I have a question for you captain, do Ryanair pilots get as much training as a regular southwest pilot? Because every video I see of them landing the let it go down hard

  • Artsy Drawings
    Artsy Drawings 8 months ago

    I thought that the yellow thing was a mcdonalds sign 😂😂

  • Agustin Misael Melendez Jr.
    Agustin Misael Melendez Jr. 8 months ago +65

    When I was little I thought it was a McDonald's happy meal stuck in the wing of the plane

    • Mustafa Manna
      Mustafa Manna 21 day ago


    • FancySteve64
      FancySteve64 4 months ago +4


    • Dean Wu
      Dean Wu 5 months ago +4

      I wish

  • Ana Catarina Matos Pereira

    the Airbus A310 also has inverted T’s so we can check the status of the main gear. If the main gear is down and locked red pins will pop on the surface of the wing

  • Michał Bawołek
    Michał Bawołek 9 months ago

    The triangle is illuminati

  • Rubik
    Rubik 9 months ago

    why are you sitting in boeing plane?

  • Captain Alex
    Captain Alex 9 months ago

    I have a question.
    how do you get into flying school and do flight simulator hours count of it was a present and could those hours be used to help get a job

  • Faze Gaming
    Faze Gaming 9 months ago

    Hi Joe um what are those holes in the window on a plane

  • Kunju Kunju
    Kunju Kunju 9 months ago

    Captain joe, How the airplanes turn in air...?

  • Michael Stewart
    Michael Stewart 9 months ago

    What about the lip on the engine of the a321 that says no step, if it isn't a step then what is the point of it surely it adds drag??

  • Heng Khong Woo
    Heng Khong Woo 9 months ago

    Why planes toilets are very noisy when we flush out

  • Phantom Aviator
    Phantom Aviator 9 months ago

    Its not mysterious, its a happy meal!

  • aviationtoby
    aviationtoby 9 months ago

    A cool attraction with these orange attatchments on wings would be to attatch a rope there thats connected to you with a harness and being draged behind the plane while flying. But I think a better spot to exit and access the plane would be a cargo ramp in the back. : ) Nice videos by the way, interesting themes, wanna become a pilot too. Go on like that.

  • Metin Rousian
    Metin Rousian 9 months ago

    Super wirklich super flockig erklärt hehe liebe es

    ALEX CANALES 9 months ago

    I really enjoy listening your explanation you have such amazing personality

    ALEX CANALES 9 months ago


  • made4change94
    made4change94 9 months ago

    I went on a Boeing 737 and I saw that yellow thing on the wing and I thought it was FOD

  • Malik Howell
    Malik Howell 9 months ago

    I found out about something else about the A320, the FOPP(Fuel Over pressure Protector).

  • Patrick Dorion
    Patrick Dorion 9 months ago

    That's the most ridiculous implement i ever.. rofl

  • de rutser
    de rutser 9 months ago

    4 minutes talking about Airbus in a boing simulator

  • Mr. Popo
    Mr. Popo 9 months ago

    If it's slippery then how do you expect the Escape Rope to be installed?

  • Ozan
    Ozan 9 months ago

    Why not use retractable hooks for such rope?

  • Dan Gaming
    Dan Gaming 9 months ago +2

    Flight simulator paused on final 😂😂😂

  • simply content
    simply content 9 months ago

    What are thoes boxy things under the wing

  • K.A. Avanith
    K.A. Avanith 9 months ago

    i once heard the ptu during landing ..why is that like that???

  • TheOziasmidwinter
    TheOziasmidwinter 9 months ago

    'inconvenient aircraft/ground conjugation'

  • Jakob Panduro
    Jakob Panduro 9 months ago

    Now I can sleep again. Thank you ;-)

  • Agim Agimi
    Agim Agimi 9 months ago

    Welche ist die maximale speed wo eine pilot darf fliegen

  • Salembier El Madania
    Salembier El Madania 9 months ago

    Hi captain what is your nationality?

  • Abdul Moiz
    Abdul Moiz 9 months ago

    Why don’t the windscreen vipers blow away off a flying plane?

  • Ultimate Music
    Ultimate Music 9 months ago

    Also Just out of curiousity, If a boeing 737 had a power outage, where the engines stopped working, and then power came back on 1 minute later, would the plane be able to recover from a vertical nose dive?

  • Ultimate Music
    Ultimate Music 9 months ago

    Hey Captain Joe, why does an airplane with a rudder need to tilt in order to turn? I mean A boat has a rudder too and it doesn't need to tilt on turns. So whats up with planes?

  • Cranjis McBasketball
    Cranjis McBasketball 9 months ago

    what is that crazy thing that spins around in the nose of cessna 172?