Boeing 777-300ER Pushback with Descriptions [HD]

  • Published on Nov 21, 2011
  • This video includes descriptions of the certain parts of a pushback. Hope it answers and informs you of some interesting information
    A few things to note:
    1. Yes I have ear protection. I'm wearing ear plugs since it was summer and over the ear protection gets really hot really quick.
    2. The front right tire does look to be flat. This plane was leaving extremely heavy so there was a lot of weight on the wheels. We would not let a plane leave that might endanger the lives of the passengers on board.
    3. YES you are suppose to disconnect the towbar from the tug before disconnecting from the airplane first. What I did was not correct.
    Registration is JA735A
    Pushback of All Nippon Airways (ANA) NH flight 1 from Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD) heading back to Narita International Airport (NRT).

    Pushback with the aircraft, Boeing 777-300ER, facing to the East.

Comments • 785

  • Safwan Hamed kts
    Safwan Hamed kts 4 days ago

    You have violated a bunch of safety procedures..

  • タマゴおでん
    タマゴおでん 9 days ago


  • Daniel Serrano
    Daniel Serrano 13 days ago

    airport sig nl airplane pylon

  • joe hatu
    joe hatu 18 days ago

    Perfect pushback..!!!!!

  • Kwasi Boakye
    Kwasi Boakye 18 days ago +3

    The tyre was looking flat a bit

    • Jace Malone
      Jace Malone 7 days ago

      Kwasi Boakye the 777 was overweight

  • eggi Kurniawan
    eggi Kurniawan 18 days ago


  • eggi Kurniawan
    eggi Kurniawan 18 days ago


  • David Barnett
    David Barnett 20 days ago

    Before he retired, Kennedy Steve had a lot of fun with the tug drivers at JFK.

  • Brendan kearney
    Brendan kearney 24 days ago

    Love American Accent, cool

  • メイB
    メイB 29 days ago +1

    I boarded it in my school trip!
    It was pretty great.

  • Blithe168
    Blithe168 Month ago

    Dulles International Airport!

  • Daniel Serrano
    Daniel Serrano Month ago


  • Daniel Serrano
    Daniel Serrano Month ago


  • Daniel Serrano
    Daniel Serrano Month ago


  • ScotSpeed
    ScotSpeed Month ago

    Airports are full of pushers.

  • Carlos Lara
    Carlos Lara Month ago

    Thanks for sharing this exclusive content.

  • Stephen Allen
    Stephen Allen Month ago

    Brill i really enjoyed that.thankyou.

  • W Trolleybus
    W Trolleybus Month ago +1

    Captain does not need to be in capital letters unless at start of sentence.

  • K Shanahan
    K Shanahan Month ago

    Safety first. Always. Pay attention. Did you have permission to Go Pro this? I doubt it.

  • m fisher
    m fisher Month ago

    No hearing protection!? The airline companies, airports or FAA should require all airfield workers have good hearing protection. People out on the airfield need to protect their hearing, just earplugs is not enough. The hearing protection act 2017 allows suppression devices to be used on firearms. If hearing protection is so important for gun enthusiasts and (that is why Congress passed this act) allowing suppression devices made for weapons, what about the ears of those on the airfields getting us passengers home safe? The future hearing loss of airfield workers is not as important? I hear hearing aid market is big business obviously the firearm lobbyist have the politicians ears. I guess it's hard to hear the breaking of twigs or grass moving in the fields tracking prey with ear plugs in.

  • Wing Laam Ho
    Wing Laam Ho 2 months ago

    Omg I love it!

  • Sibul 321
    Sibul 321 2 months ago +1

    Lagta hai start nhi ho rha... Islye dhakka lagake start kar rahe hai🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

  • Nidhal25
    Nidhal25 2 months ago

    What's up with that crack on the wheels' support thingy (in the middle)?

    • Nidhal25
      Nidhal25 2 months ago

      @g sudheer I was curious of what that was, didn't know that, thank you.

    • g sudheer
      g sudheer 2 months ago

      The thingy you talking about is called sliding tube, and it's not a crack but a small amount of oil leak from sliding tube and main strut assembly. You can see the leak starts from 1:29

  • أبومحمد33
    أبومحمد33 2 months ago


  • Enrique Ortiz
    Enrique Ortiz 2 months ago

    jajaja lo dejó a pata al moreno.

  • ottavva
    ottavva 2 months ago

    isn't he flying with a flat tire?

  • Maxelgg
    Maxelgg 2 months ago

    how is he not wearing ear support

  • Andy
    Andy 2 months ago

    Still amazes me how the tug pushes a behemoth like this :)

  • Ali Ahmed
    Ali Ahmed 3 months ago
    Must watch and subscribe my channel

  • Mayhem Mike
    Mayhem Mike 3 months ago +1

    Those mighty GE90115B's.......💪😎

  • Cristian Serlenga
    Cristian Serlenga 3 months ago

    Le cuffie

  • Brendan Forde
    Brendan Forde 3 months ago

    It didn't look like he was wearing hearing protection?

  • David M Ambrose
    David M Ambrose 3 months ago

    where is the hearing prortection?

  • Blerim Lowkey
    Blerim Lowkey 3 months ago

    That pushback was on point great push bro.

  • Crifstar
    Crifstar 3 months ago

    Where is your hearing protection or do you want to be a deaf old man

  • Muhammad Hafiz
    Muhammad Hafiz 3 months ago


  • ItsCloutGod
    ItsCloutGod 3 months ago +1

    Such a cool job!

  • The Commenter Version
    The Commenter Version 3 months ago

    Thanks! Now I know how to move my neighbors plane outta the way or dunk it in a pond

  • David McC
    David McC 3 months ago +1

    Great footage and simple description and instruction of what is going on before, during and after pushback....

  • azizulw
    azizulw 3 months ago

    Thumbs up for this great informative video.

  • James Coco
    James Coco 4 months ago

    How can such a small machine push around such a beast? This is the thing I can’t get around my head..

  • KhaliD ALKhaliD
    KhaliD ALKhaliD 4 months ago

    Why they don’t use gloves 🧤 and safety hat

  • Creative Newborns
    Creative Newborns 4 months ago

    Never knew what pushback was! Very neat to see! 👍

  • Dirty Hobo
    Dirty Hobo 4 months ago

    The strain on the nose gear has got to be tremendous..!

  • ray seva
    ray seva 4 months ago +4

    And here I was...thinking that my buddy's Ram-3500 Diesel Dually had amazing low-end torque...

  • Maxfli82
    Maxfli82 4 months ago

    Seems like a cool job but I would be worried about hearing loss over time

  • N8 Nate
    N8 Nate 4 months ago

    WHY ... "WHY" would ANYONE thumb this clip down ? !!! "incredible". GREAT-CLIP !!

  • Emre Göktuğ
    Emre Göktuğ 4 months ago

    03:56 it must be scaring working beneath a huge plane while two giant engines works. There are interesting passenger vehicles at this airport.

  • Convoy81
    Convoy81 4 months ago +1

    Front right tire on landing gear looked a little low on air.

    • nightstalker
      nightstalker 3 months ago

      That's not how plane tires works.

  • justselling mystuffs
    justselling mystuffs 4 months ago +1

    am i the only one to see that oil leakage on that front wheel cylinder?

  • JUDAH720
    JUDAH720 4 months ago

    Have you pushed the Airbus Super? I'm sure it no problem because you are blessed too do this job.

  • JUDAH720
    JUDAH720 4 months ago

    You are the lead man perfect pushback 👍👍👍👍

  • Ailton Castro
    Ailton Castro 4 months ago

    Show de bola,parabéns e as musicas,ótimas mesmo!!!

  • SB9P4
    SB9P4 5 months ago

    Where l can find a job of push back?

  • 8BitGamer
    8BitGamer 5 months ago

    This is what I do for a living as an ramper at ORD but I push out smaller airplanes ERJ-145, CRJ-700, and CRJ-200. We use the Lektro tug and cart to push out the small planes and we use straps instead of towbars. Also, my teammates use the wireless headsets to communicate with each other during the pushout and wingwalking. However most of the wireless headsets in my zone are broken down because of the winter. Electronics easily break down during the cold winter.

  • 90snostalgicgal
    90snostalgicgal 5 months ago

    I love this video especially the engine start up!!

  • HoneyTann
    HoneyTann 5 months ago

    In 22ish on the ground, I've witnessed maybe, maybee 55ish perfect pushba

  • Tractors Chemer
    Tractors Chemer 5 months ago


    GODISGOOD71 5 months ago +1

    I used to be a ramp agent for Delta so many moons ago, my time if you was on the ramp without earmuffs like the dude in the video, your behind was in big trouble.

  • Jon Castonguay
    Jon Castonguay 5 months ago

    Hey neighbor, you're in my backyard! Dulles rocks!