British Airways 747 Phoenix engine incident full ATC – Phoenix Video



published: 2017-12-08 15:26:06

British Airways flight BA288 air traffic control at phoenix airport on 6th December had to return to the airport because of the number 3 engine

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  1. Footage did not have anything to do with the incident

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  2. Great Job to the BA crew and PHX controllers…..

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  3. BA as cool and professional as always. Telling ATC their plan. Checking if they left debris. Understanding from ATC is excellent.
    Well done to all.

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  4. Nice video! Nice channel! Subscribed today 12/09/2017! Congratulations!

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  5. They have the oldest 747's ever! I rode them once omg it's so old and the top storage always opens, engines look old it's so bad

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  6. These are my peeps working this! Thanks for posting this.

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  7. Live stream at London Heathrow & Hong Kong coming soon

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  8. BA learned the lesson…… same airline like 10 yrs ago screwed up badly on same plane and flight…decided to continue to London and ended up short in Ireland.
    FAA warned them that if that happened again, BA would be banned from American airspace…..
    America' s airspace and atc are the best…..BA just a bunch of greenhorns…..

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  9. Took that flight a few months ago. Those planes are shit. Hot cabin, crappy cramped seats, crappy in seat entertainment. And late both legs to/from London.

    Service from the crew was really good though.

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  10. Lmao, the confusion when the tower asked about fuel remaining, BA replied 54tons, tower asked whats that in pounds, so BA replies 50 thousand kilos hahaha.

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  11. The communication is just half of t he job as impressive as that is. some of the checklist needed to be done.  Engine loss severe engine damage checklist,     after takeoff checklist,     Engine shut down checklist.   Balance and monitor fuel during emergency,    Fuel dump checklist,   Brief the Flight attendants,   Brief the passengers,  Possibly contact  ground operations to advise return to station,  monitor arrival weather,  approach decent checklist,  review loss of engine landing procedure,  Obtain aircraft weight after dumping fuel to find landing speeds,  brief passengers and flight attendants for landing,  final approach checklist,  runway exit planning and interaction with emergency vehicles,  brief possible evacuation of aircraft. Obtain gate if able to taxi into terminal.

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  12. Cool, calm and collected procedural action from BA and ATC.

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  13. Why with the fuel dump? PHX has long enough runways.

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