What happens if an aircraft climbs too high?!


footalee2
footalee2

Very interesting explanation and videos 🇯🇲

Vor 2 Stunden
Mark Langenfelder
Mark Langenfelder

It stalls then fall out of the sky.

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Elke Summer
Elke Summer

I sure hope you pilots know what you're doing and not reading too many papers on long flights.

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Joao Nunes
Joao Nunes

The explanations is excellent , but your dog is amazing... hahahaha....

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TechyMark
TechyMark

This is what happens unless you are in that Lion Air flight that just crashed in the ocean flying the new 737 MAX 8. The plane kept overriding the pilot's command to pull up because the plane thought that the aircraft was stalling.

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JUAN CORDERO
JUAN CORDERO

THE CUTEST DOG!!!!!!!!

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Kam
Kam

10:43 Dog movement

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ANAMAKER
ANAMAKER

The dog became a part of the mentour videos.....

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Adenzel
Adenzel

Interesting I was under the impression that the speed of sound lowering at altitude was due to density of the air not the temperature...

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SKY Laretta
SKY Laretta

Which one is better plane , B737 or A320 ? Is this comparable to mercedes benz and audi ?

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SKY Laretta
SKY Laretta

Who take care your dog when you are flying ?

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Mentour Pilot
Mentour Pilot

My wife

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Suviet Onion
Suviet Onion

11:12 Hopefully, that was in a simulator!

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RumikoOne
RumikoOne

Interesting to consider that it could take a full minute to re-spool the engines at cruising altitude. I never would have thought of that

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Michèle Sol
Michèle Sol

If the engines need oxygen to be able to function then how did the concorde & fighter jets fly so much higher?

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steve lawrence
steve lawrence

Good morning to you capt mentour its 831 am my time am i am having a hot cup of mineral water, nice vid i may be wrong but what you're saying to avoid high or low speed stall conditions is similar to triming a boat at high speed? is it

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Uuain S
Uuain S

My dream man ❤️

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joão Araújo
joão Araújo

I am not pilot but i understand the explanation......Very well described...................

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Ron Romans
Ron Romans

You can really tell this guy knows what he's talking about. When he is about to discuss a problem or stall, his hands automatically go to the corrective measures. Awesome videos. Thanks.

Vor 6 Tage
ecclestonsangel
ecclestonsangel

That is extremely interesting and educational. I am enjoying your videos. I missed seeing your little brown poodle. :( Looks like when you do your videos is when they like to take naps! My West Highland White Terrier likes to hog my bed! How do they keep the Vomit Comet from stalling then? It makes very steep climbs and dives so that trainees can experience weightlessness. Isn't that a rish? It's just an overhauled 747, isn't it?

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Brad Dickter
Brad Dickter

Please include the dog in EVERY video!

Vor 7 Tage
neznamkaj
neznamkaj

I think your dog died! :S

Vor 7 Tage
Dominic DeFrank
Dominic DeFrank

Excellent video, Captain. I learned a lot as always from your vids.

Vor 7 Tage
Bevin Chu
Bevin Chu

May I make a suggestion? If you were to hold a model airplane in your hands while explaining this and other questions you could point to the parts of the plane you're referring to. You could show what the plane is doing while subject to the forces you are describing verbally. It would help the layman more easily visualize what's happening.

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sretsamhsiw8
sretsamhsiw8

Very nice video! Deserves a subscription if not for the lesson, for the fact that a dog can sleep peacefully beside the speaker. :D

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Alton Rowell
Alton Rowell

They could fly higher if we paid for the massive cost. We could pay for rockets strapped to iour backs. But a lot of people would be killed grave yard dead. And the Government and evorbody in the US would be in bankruptcy . And the planet would be polluted like a country out house.

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Alton Rowell
Alton Rowell

I can't believe someone doesn't know why. Crap it ant the space shuttle. Who ask such stupid question anyway.

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Doc Holiday
Doc Holiday

Wouldn't you also at high mach numbers also Bev liable to a whip stall ifcyou turned

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Lubdhak Das
Lubdhak Das

dog

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Wairimu Mutiti
Wairimu Mutiti

Very interesting topic. Thank you for sharing.

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CNC O
CNC O

If it flies too high the passengers gonna face the reality

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Eddie Congdon
Eddie Congdon

Low speed stall at high altitude? No problem just return the yoke or stick back to neutral it will correct itself

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Ramachandra Puttaiah
Ramachandra Puttaiah

Thank you Sir for all the information. I am sure things will be very challenging to you at 37000 ft above ground. Recently my son went to USA. His plane from Dubai to San Francisco flew over North Pole covering two arcs of a sphere. Is is not a longer distance? Or is there any other advantage in flying like that?

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Knowledge_Seeker
Knowledge_Seeker

*IKEA?* - Just taking a wild guess.

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Dan G
Dan G

His poodle is following the conversation very closely.

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Robert Devino
Robert Devino

It's wings melt in the sun silly!!!!! Didn't you learn a thing in school????? Unless it's an X-15 that can achieve escape velocity, I would say it comes back down!!! And that's without watching the video that I am guessing that!!!!! Not bad right????

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Matthew Arnold
Matthew Arnold

I'm not a pilot. I'm not really sure how I stumbled on to your videos, but I've found them to be very interesting and educational.

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RedArrow73
RedArrow73

Sing, "Carry on, Wayward Son" to find out!

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Carl Helmick
Carl Helmick

Cool , 😀👍

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loveulovelife
loveulovelife

Is anyone else here a Flat Earther, Like me ..? No mention of the globe curve... No mention of spinning earth...

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Ulrich Hertlein
Ulrich Hertlein

The dog is like "yadda yadda I've heard this *so* many times before" :-) Excellent video, thanks a lot.

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Rothschild killed JFK
Rothschild killed JFK

When plane fly higher they destroy the ozone layer faster

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cravinbob
cravinbob

They would go into orbit and no control because no friction on the wings then the tricky re-entry. Right? They fly above the weather.

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Adam Guymon
Adam Guymon

6:47 This means the engine manufactures need to design engine's that can use less air and find a way to provide Oxygen to allow an aircraft to fly higher. If you could fly between 6500 - 19500 Feet this will but you even farther above more clouds. 9:15 It would be nice to find out what we could do to figure out where those areas on the aircraft would experience drag and make th changes needed so that wouldn't happen so the aircraft could fly higher.

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MARTIN Rogers
MARTIN Rogers

Cant the Computer / Autopilot Help to fix a slow speed stall?

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spa rke
spa rke

The video thumb is wrong brother.. we are not living on a ball ..hey .. surely u should know that!!!

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ltanzil
ltanzil

please give us comment on 737 max JT610 accident

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Omar the Atheist Aziz
Omar the Atheist Aziz

11:08 speed indicrater

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Joel Gutierrez
Joel Gutierrez

Can you talk about flat Earth...

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Sunny Rabbit946
Sunny Rabbit946

Very well explained, Capt. Thanks so much! I've been having these kind of questions for awhile but now they are all answered.

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berni armstrong
berni armstrong

As a kid I wanted to be a commercial pilot so this was fascinating for me.

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zxwm Abcdef
zxwm Abcdef

Are straight thin wings more efficient at low speed because birds that glide usually have straight wings.  The birds that fly faster usually have swept back wings.

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ShillBullshit007
ShillBullshit007

Is that the best altitude for stratospheric geoengineering???

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Davis Gloff
Davis Gloff

always interesting and informative.. Thank you.

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Andrew Calvert
Andrew Calvert

Have you ever seen the curve of the earth,be truthfull now.

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Random musings
Random musings

This was one of the reasons why the U2 Spy plane was 'difficult' to fly when it was at extreme altitude, it would only be a few knots away from high and low speed stall, so needed to be monitored closely when at 70,000 ft.

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atomicfriendo
atomicfriendo

Interesting aviation fact: Not only is 747 an iconic American widebidy commercial jet airline and cargo aircraft often referred to by its original nickname, "Jumbo Jet", its also the number after "746"

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atomicfriendo
atomicfriendo

I've been flying for a major commercial airline in the United States for 60+ years and until now I had no idea about this "alleged phenomenon". Generally, i just fly as fast and high as i can go until the plane starts to violently shake, then I know to back it off a little. I actually find the vibrations to be soothing, PLUS the noise drowns out the crying and screaming of my co-pilot. (He's such a baby sometimes)

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Mentour Pilot
Mentour Pilot

Hahaha

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titaniumsandwedge
titaniumsandwedge

It is logical to think that altitude limits are due to either starving the engines of O2 or starving the wings of mass air flow. What is not clear from this video is the distinction of indicated air speed vs. true air speed. Pitot tubes work on the principal of stagnation pressure which works if you know the outside static air pressure. But what is true air speed? I thought pilots used ground speed. As air density drops so does the speed of sound. Can planes fly faster at altitude as compared to ground because the critical speed is raised?

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Q 400
Q 400

Who looks after your dog whilst you are out and about in the sky?

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Mentour Pilot
Mentour Pilot

My wife and kids.

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Jim Bradley
Jim Bradley

Maybe i'm wrong but I recall that Concorde flew at 60,000 feet and at mach 2?...Why was it able to do this?...

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Mentour Pilot
Mentour Pilot

Because of its very unique supersonic design. Normal aircraft are not built to fly supersonic and thus Connor do that.

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Sanjiva Tennekoon
Sanjiva Tennekoon

Has Airbus changed the warnings so that there's indication on throttles that air speed is low and both sticks move together ? Are pilots trained better to fly the plane w/o use of instruments ? Only horizon ?

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orihelnr
orihelnr

perfect, thanks!

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Mike Becket
Mike Becket

Well duh it will stall and drop towards the ground

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piston four
piston four

love all this wish I finished my licence

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Sanjiva Tennekoon
Sanjiva Tennekoon

Would AF447 come out of stall if they switched off the auto pilot , and flew the aircraft manually.? i.e. push nose down to come out of stall ie. I believe the voice was sounding "pull up stall warning" and set elevators at 5 deg. and increased speed to normal as pitots were giving incorrect info.?

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MiasmicGusto
MiasmicGusto

Obviously, any aircraft that climbs too high would suffer a serious case of vertigo...

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SkyMax ABC
SkyMax ABC

Love the port and starboard cushions!

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Dennis Jeffs
Dennis Jeffs

If I wasn't retired and doing pilot training I would want this guy to be my instructor, a well presented programme, and I think comforting to anyway person terrified of flying!!

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louie colbert
louie colbert

This is too cool.

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Nederlander
Nederlander

This is the guy I want sitting in the Captain's seat on my flight.

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Leigh Dan GO
Leigh Dan GO

I think your dog is in jet lag mode

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Sillion Delfish
Sillion Delfish

Great

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Sebastian Contreras
Sebastian Contreras

Ask West Caribbean 708 you can't because they all died

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witkocaster
witkocaster

Is it possible that an auto-pilot/computer will recover a plane from all this kind of stalls?

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Mentour Pilot
Mentour Pilot

Unlikely

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EpicSkate 07
EpicSkate 07

The new intro is AMAZING!! 🛫🛩🛩🛩🛩🛩🛩🛩🛬

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Mentour Pilot
Mentour Pilot

Great! I am so happy you liked it.

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Ita Amelia
Ita Amelia

what about 737 recent accident happen in Indonesia, some eyewitness saw the plane going down with the nose up

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Mentour Pilot
Mentour Pilot

Sounds like a stall then.

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Richard Rodriguez
Richard Rodriguez

Lol. The dog already knows all that. That is why he preferred to take a nap. Jokes apart, thanks much for the interesting info.

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G POWER DRAGON
G POWER DRAGON

but with no motor running you don't have hydraulics to control the airplane or das APU provide hydraulic power ?

Vor 13 Tage
valhallaforever1
valhallaforever1

Best part of video, 15:52. You only have to rub his tummy once every 15 minutes, I have to rub my dogs tummy constantly.

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Márcio A. Marsiglia
Márcio A. Marsiglia

Fantastic teacher!!! All the best from a Brazilian comercial helicopter pilot!!!

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dandapro
dandapro

Thanks for your sharing. its really interesting.

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First Last
First Last

What happens if an aircraft climbs too high?! it sinks?

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Radio Pod
Radio Pod

Thought the dog was a fluffy cushion till it moved! :-D

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PNW Sportbike Life
PNW Sportbike Life

Supplimental O2 for the engines is the answer. You're welcome.

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dale carpenter
dale carpenter

I would have thought that this vid would be a vid for kids ! But after watch mark dice'S on the street questions! my estimations of the average joe and jill's IQ has dropped very low !

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ruscador1
ruscador1

he seems to know his stuff

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Hot Pockets
Hot Pockets

Flight 447 knew they were in a stall. The "STALL!" warning went off 75 times. The problem was the control was give to the most inexperience pilot who did now what what to do. Unknown to the other two pilots he kept pulling back on the stick, continuing the stall. It was not till they were at 10,000 feet that he told the other co-pilot what he was doing and they realized what was going on. But too late then.

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KC T
KC T

too bad... there are people here who had never been on a concord.... to really understand it...

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bittasweet symphony
bittasweet symphony

ginger teachers pet

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M
M

well this is a bit fake,, as planes cant fly too high,, they can only fly as high as designed too ,, not like they can fly to the moon lol

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Saulius Savelis
Saulius Savelis

bigfoot feets

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Michael Loach
Michael Loach

Brilliant, love the way you explain it & the visuals in the top right. You explain it so well that I can visualise what you are saying. I would be glad to be one of your passengers anyday, especially if im as relaxed os that cute little pooch by your side. just as a matter of interest, whats his/her name?

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Sleeping Warrior
Sleeping Warrior

How does the horizon indicator account for flying around a curve?

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オルソンフィリップ
オルソンフィリップ

sounds like a svennebanan

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Hjominbonrun
Hjominbonrun

Chest rub got a like.

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Jalil Louhi
Jalil Louhi

As passenger I noticed some of the stuff that he was talking about when fly overseas. I'm like oh shit I'm glad I didn't know these back then I would of shit my pants or would of screamed like a bitch.

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leo arc
leo arc

@13:45 super cute!

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Rational Nationalist
Rational Nationalist

The coriolis effect is a trippy concept for sure. If I wanted to fly from Saskatchewan to Siberia, the shortest distance would be over the north pole, or close to. But if it took me 12 hrs to do it, and I flew in a straight line towards Siberia from departure. I would end up right back in Saskatchewan, right?

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geoffrey calligan
geoffrey calligan

Uhm easy it stalls . coffin corner is the area where flying slower stall but faster the aircraft will break apart from stress on the airframe .usually less than a ten knot window between stall and breaking apart.the real problem with stalling is dependant on what the aircrafts stall characteristics are .for example glen edwards was killed when the northrup flying wing he was test flying stalled .unfortunately the stall was unrecoverable and the plane broke apart killing capt edwards and his co-pilot a problem with the craft that ended in cancelling the program .no avionics fly by wire systems available at the time any other questions you need answered capt.ask away chances are i can answer it.

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jds hempfarm
jds hempfarm

I am with the doggie. You are sooooooooooooooooo boring.

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Mentour Pilot
Mentour Pilot

Well, luckily there are many other videos available on YouTube. Take care

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