Airbus A320 Crashes After Landing | Disaster in Europe | Lufthansa Flight 2904 | 4K

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  1. Féodor de Nitrord

    June 13, 2019 4:52 pm

    Why the pilots didn't a touch-and-go emergency procedure ?
    The plane was very far from the touch point ! :/

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  2. Gavin Perumal

    July 16, 2019 1:32 pm

    I wouldn't take the risk to try to stop when touching down far from the touching down point i would immediately go around and that's what pilots have been instructed to do cause it is the passengers safety which always comes first

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  3. Lynda White

    July 25, 2019 7:41 am

    All this automation BS especially on Airbus has caused more crashes and killed more people than if the aircraft had none at all, just look at what’s going on with the B737-Max more stupid automation that so far has killed more people than if the AC didn’t have that system at all and has a good chance of bankrupting Boeing, even Captain Sully has said enough with the fucking computer flying the plane BS that’s what the pilot is for

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  4. Charles Bowshier

    July 26, 2019 3:19 am

    So the engineers from Airbus just shrug shoulders and they say "our bad, now lets correct our small mistake". Did they share any responsibility? Always easy to blame pilots first.

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  5. Elisabeth Pesiri

    July 29, 2019 6:50 am

    lufthansa was the only company i felt safe with… but after this video i don’t think so😂

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  6. James Walker

    August 4, 2019 10:24 pm

    Yet another brilliant true life events of a plane crash! brilliant video Ty flight channel u make my Friday nights utube watching worth watching!keep the video's coming!thumps up if u like the flight channel…

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  7. Cassandra Ralph

    August 5, 2019 3:54 am

    73 percent of plane crashes are due to pilot error, incompetence, incapacitation, or DUI

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  8. Liberty Liberal

    August 14, 2019 5:10 pm

    Weather: Ooooh let's do winds from all directions at once, that'll be fun!!
    Plane: nope, not giving you spoilers, nope nope nope!
    Investigators: yeeeaaahh… pilot error….

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  9. Corey Chambers

    August 23, 2019 1:08 am

    Airbus A320 software caused this accident by preventing pilot from activating reverse thrust.

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  10. Sean O'Keefe

    August 24, 2019 1:20 am

    Would retracting the slats get the plane to drop down. When you have that situation ? If you were committed to getting the plane on the ground at that moment ?

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  11. Vincent Navea

    August 31, 2019 11:31 am

    Nice and realistic videos, however i wish that voice narratives simultaneously with the captions are included

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  12. celtic barbarian

    September 6, 2019 7:53 am

    I travel between vietnam and australia , these videos make me want to travel on container ships instead.

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  13. Air Force Vette

    September 6, 2019 10:08 pm

    I feel like all aircraft should have a flight engineer. So many accidents and mishaps have been prevented by having a third man on the crew, helping the pilots make informed decisions and reducing task saturation.

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  14. cptcrogge

    September 8, 2019 1:25 pm

    Why are landing lights so "solid"? They should be built in a way that they wont harm the aircraft touching it.

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  15. Bogdan Siuda

    September 20, 2019 12:58 pm

    Yes, a disaster in Poland, we remember the Lufthansa Disaster. Why you don't use LOT Polish Airlines. 8 years ago, there was an technical landing without gear.

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  16. Bogdan Siuda

    September 20, 2019 3:34 pm

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  17. Maria Augusta Trilho

    October 4, 2019 5:37 pm

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  18. mark gorospe

    October 17, 2019 8:53 am

    just put arresting cables at the end of each runway and aircraft manufacturers to include arresting hooks for their air crafts for events like this.

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  19. amber

    October 18, 2019 10:25 am

    i went on 4 lufthansa flights in 2 weeks and it is my fave airline bc the name of it and the seats were comfortable lol

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  20. elegy slp

    October 28, 2019 7:43 am

    The wheels of the plane must be turning faster than 72 knots ? Is that the speed of the aircraft or the rpm factor ? Another victim of windshear ,which can occur and change in a matter of seconds .Only realtime data pertaining to prevailing wind patterns generated and communicated to the aircraft instantaneously can alleviate this problem .Crosswinds changing to tailwinds are a killer ; even TOGA under such conditions is
    difficult .Great vid !

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  21. OhQ_K

    October 28, 2019 10:12 pm

    Everything from every aviation crash

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  22. packingten

    November 10, 2019 12:39 am

    Another Airbus?!? .
    The computers override pilot commands AND inputs!!!….
    Not for me thanks to many Airbus crashes and near crashes ….

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  23. Abhishek

    November 13, 2019 3:48 pm

    There should be a special area on the side of the runway for flights to veer there in case they run out of runway.

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  24. Tank_Fan_ 1992

    November 17, 2019 12:08 am

    Why is September always the month where planes crashes mostly happen why? Is September a plane crash month or something?

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  25. bar10 ml

    November 22, 2019 12:57 pm

    Another incredible re creation. You do such a fine job. In this accident I’m surprised they didn’t go around.

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  26. Greg1 McIntosh

    December 1, 2019 7:47 pm

    It's surprising that the first cause or main cause was blamed on the pilots: I would think the root cause was the wind in the laps in timely communication in response to the wind notification which was vague if any. The secondary cause I believe was the Airbus contingencypreventing the wheels from locking due to a lack of compression. Yet again newfangled software gets in the way of real flying on the pilot's part. and yet again it seems the pilots didn't know about it what else is new Boeing is not the only guilty party out there. And yet again no opportunity to disable it even if they knew that was the cause. I shake my head it's mind-boggling engineers are allowed to So Cal safety features they get a bonus forand for innovation that actually ends up putting the plane at greater risk of crashing. Did anybody tell the pilots to runway was wet. it seems the pilots were right to come in crabbing and landing on one foot instead of both was under their control given the shift in the winds. seems to me the pilots did a good job so I don't know why they're getting blamed. Typical corporate scapegoating.

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  27. Greg1 McIntosh

    December 1, 2019 7:49 pm

    Oh yeah by the way these are so informative and well done you're also a little but they give insight on what happens. A picture tells a thousand words in a video tells a million.

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  28. bcabmac

    December 16, 2019 8:50 am

    Someone needs to choke the sh#$! Out of the computer program design engineers. Rigid parameters only create rigid deadly situations. There should be a caution warning "systems parameter failure" and an emergency manual system override switch easily accessible to the pilots. There's going to be more deaths if they keep creating systems that block out pilot controlability

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  29. Dave Woff

    December 22, 2019 2:07 am

    Why are some pilots so against doing a go around , especially when you can see you touched down over halfway down the runway?

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  30. Dylan_Playz :D

    January 1, 2020 12:37 pm

    I knew this was pilot error.
    Obviously Airbus is more safe than Boeing.
    About 90% of Airbus crashes are caused because of pilot error

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  31. Lynda White

    January 4, 2020 5:55 am

    That was a missed approach and go around from the get go, that last second lack of wind info seems Relevant

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  32. Trump Supporters at Mar-A-Lago

    January 8, 2020 3:15 pm

    Please do the Midair collision over Überlingen Germany. I was there when it happened. I also visited the Gedenkstätte ( Memorial Site) in Überlingen.

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  33. Vintage Disneyland Tickets

    January 29, 2020 8:14 pm

    I watch a lot of these videos (so many that I'm never flying again) and a decent percentage of these accidents could be mitigated if the runway had an overflow area of say 1000-1500 feet, I know that's not always feasible, but even flat dirt or gravel seems like an easy fix to these runway overruns, obviously they happen.

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  34. Oveida Sinclair

    January 31, 2020 8:01 pm

    I'm not a big fan of the Airbus line, as for this plane it looked like it landed long with too much air speed (170kt), with the reverse thrusters delayed in deploying until both mains were fully on the ground there was no way to not over shoot the run way. These Kraut pilots actually did a good job going off the runway when they did, granted it messed the plane up, but it also slowed it down faster and most likely saved many more lives.

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  35. Daniel Kandi

    February 1, 2020 2:38 am

    how come ACI never did this for tv? hmm… But yea, should've been a go-around. Totally avoidable dont u think?

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  36. WeedWhacker2010

    February 8, 2020 5:01 am

    BACK when I was still an active airline pilot (retired now) I was jump-seating on an America West A-320…now merged into USAir, THEN merged into American Airlines, I'm a Boeing guy…so, sitting on the Flight Deck, I could feel the elevators "pulsing"…my best description of it.
    I asked, and they said "Yeah, it's been written up". I KNOW that Airbus' are FBW (Fly By Wire)…and it concerned me.
    ON an airliner, we have a maintenance LogBook. We write up descrepancies when they occur, and Maintenance personnel review and sign off on it, There is ALWAYS at least 30 days of history, carried on-board, in that LogBook. Not saying anything positive nor negative about Airbus…it all comes back to training…..

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  37. D N

    February 9, 2020 7:35 pm

    Note to self. If come back in next life as pilot, know where the "ALL COMPUTERS OFF" switch is located. What a bummer.

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  38. Olivia P

    February 17, 2020 3:43 pm

    They should’ve gone around/touch&go! I’ll never understand why these options don’t cross the mind of any of the pilots mentioned in these videos….

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