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c’est toi le pilote ?🙋🏼♂️🤔
Merci Guillaume pour vos vidéos :)
Ale piekne,z góry wszystko takie malutkie,i ta prędkość zmniejszajaca się przy ladowaniu 👍👍👍👍👽 uwielbiam to 😀
Great video. I’m going visit Houston.
Guillaume, the final approach seems to be a little bit instable with a remarquable plane sinking just before touch down. also the landing was a also little bit hard. Can you explain please what variation happend in final 500 feet before touch down?
No need for cuts in the video if they're just to trim slow parts, would just as soon see a 20+ minute video uncut, none of the landing is boring!
toujours aussi extra ! en bonus la vue extérieure génial !!!
Excellent Video... Two pros at work. Bravo!
Très belle vidéo Guillaume bravo pour ce voyage
I am sure the French would have been awestruck at the Houston airport when they come from a dump called CDG!
dump like ur coments
Last time I checked they brought an a330-200. Is this a 777-200ER or 300ER?
Your videos would be better if we would see the speed of the airplane
pédagogie, images parfaites, montage efficace, on voyage à peu de frais avec Guillaume, ses vidéos surclassent toutes les campagnes publicitaires de son employeur. Continuez à nous faire rêver. Merci
This is not Houston Airport, it is Charles de Gaule CDG airport.
Uh...no...it's Houston Intercontinental airport. 100 percent certain. I lived near the airport for many years, and I know every road, every freeway, every body of water.
The aircraft observation area for IAH, the gravel lot off to the right as they cross the fence, is awesome for spotting amongst other spots
“Maintain present speeeed.”
Looks like Texas has been getting some rain.
East Texas, where Houston is, is part of the South, with high rainfall amounts. Parts of the Houston area are forested, other parts are swampy, parts are green grassland. Lots of water around.
Tu est commandant ?
have you flown or will fly to Montevideo in Uruguay?
Bonne vidéo comme d'habitude Guillaume
Tried to "Shazamm" the song Pilot was humming in French - - didn't work! :-(
Beautiful view and amazing landing! Thank you for share this maginific video! :)
wipers, without part of paint) exactly like on my 1994 MGM)
Dans ton précédent vol sur Santiago du Chili. Astronogeek était passager de ton avion
Cher Guillaume, j’aimerais bien savoir s’il est de coutume chez Air France que les pilotes feignent de ne plus se rappeler de leur numéro de vol lorsqu’ils s’adressent à la tour. Exemple: « On va à 6 000 pieds, euuuuuuh....... Aiiiir Fraaaance.... euuuuuh..... 3-4-8..... ». 😄
It would be helpful to know the planes call sign
Nice landing guys, congrats.
she is one of the clearest, most understandible controller i can recall, a bit of humor is also nice, and handles traffic just fine.....
patrick baker i’m a local pilot out of that area. She comes on usually in the evenings working the 121.3 East TX sector. And lemme tell ya, she is GOOD and when you’re coming in off a long flight, she’s that one refreshing voice you wanna hear and she’ll pass some humor along with ya and stuff.
I grew up in Houston and remember seeing Air France 747 classics, A340, A330 and the 777-200er/300er, my brother flew on Air France to Italy, said Air France was a great airline however he didn't feel the same about connecting through CDG airport to say the least
Job well done! Merci Beaucoup!
Gotta suck living in that housing edition just before the highway.
5:53 Lake Houston... 8:44 Highway 59 (69)...9:24 Welcome to Houston! Btw, please update your "Bogota Arrival" video...please!
I would have to say that wasn't one of their smoothest landings, The GPWS, The automated voice counting off the last 100' was going really fast... Right after it called out 10', all you heard was **BANG** But I would have to say over all he did a really dam good job
Stp peux tu faire des vidéos oú on voit tout le cockpit
Do you like Houston? Oùi !
I absolutely could not be a pilot. I'd tune that yapping ATC lady right out, and just fly it in on my own.
And that's how you slam into another airplane, When you're up there flying 6 or 700 miles an hour you can't see another plane until you hit it... Air traffic controllers keep you alive...🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔
The first officer sounds like an American.
I love coming home to Houston every time.
RIP landing gear
Air france muy buenos pilotos y aviones los 777 he tenido la dicha de montarlos de cuba a París y son muy profesionales
@ 9:19 - Why would the pilot turn his steering wheel nearly 90 degrees to the right at only 50 feet ATG? Was he drunk or way off line with the runway? I know French people to be completely stupid, but this makes no sense. Oh well.
That’s my airport. I love going up to the observation deck to watch the planes. When I was a kid, people used to be allowed to take the elevator up to the roof of Terminal B, and look over the tarmac from all sides. Unfortunately, due to security concerns, they stopped allowing that back in the eighties. D and E terminals hadn’t even been built at that time. We just had A, B and C (for Continental Airlines). Anyway, great video. It’s cool to see what that side of town looks like from the air.
Home Base for me is IAH. By the way, the Air France lounge across from that gate is very nice. The crew in there is the best!
Excellent and well produced video Guillaume!
Flying in a 777 is part of my bucket list
The Queen (747) is almost gone. The King has arrived. Long live the 777
En stage Captain Guillaume ?
French pilots desperately holding on to the French language.:)
That approach controller was having fun!! One of the best I’ve ever heard
Kinda creepy if not downright scary flying through those clouds!
I Wannan drive aircraft
Well done! To you and the controllers. Houston is notorious for thunderstorms and wind
Absolutely beautiful, love the multi camera..this video is very great, love to much..Bravo, thanks for the post
Genuine curiosity - 11:43 how does the plane turn without any of the pilots doing anything?
The captain is turning the nose wheel steering with their left hand. It's out of view from the camera.