The real reason Boeing's new plane crashed twice

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  1. Tapin4pardude

    Tapin4pardude3 jam yang lalu

    Greed was the cause of these preventable deaths. Shame on big corporations who continually eshew safety, ethical or technical standards for the profit motive. Time to hold these companies fully accountable for their misjudgements and actions.

  2. Christian Naumann

    Christian Naumann4 jam yang lalu

    "Flying is the most safest way to travel", (this is largely true, up until it hits land or water)

  3. Tomato Lover

    Tomato Lover4 jam yang lalu

    Anyone know where I can find the song/tune that starts playing at 4:50 to the end of the video?

  4. Ron F

    Ron F10 jam yang lalu

    Moral of the story for Boeing, build planes with longer landing gear

  5. Ron F

    Ron F11 jam yang lalu

    MCAS: Mass Carnage Aero Simulator

  6. Guru Bazawada

    Guru Bazawada12 jam yang lalu

    My cousin passed away on the ethiopia flight. RIP

  7. Butter. jk, it's margarine

    Butter. jk, it's margarine13 jam yang lalu

    why cant ther just make the gear higher

  8. pcguide lk

    pcguide lk8 jam yang lalu

    Then it would be a Design iteration and hence a new design and would require Full pilot training and Full FAA Certification tests!

  9. jan van ruth

    jan van ruth19 jam yang lalu

    the real reason? $$$$$$$

  10. zljain

    zljain20 jam yang lalu

    Following the two recent crashes, the Boeing stocks crashed too, in a similar Boeing fashion, but this time without mcas.

  11. pcguide lk

    pcguide lk8 jam yang lalu

    this comment should get voted up!

  12. Giovanni Calabrese

    Giovanni CalabreseHari Yang lalu

    so upsetting

  13. carl blackman

    carl blackmanHari Yang lalu

    add in the chemtrail fuel that is damaging jet engines you have a huge problem. all takeoffs landings must be manual.

  14. Nicholas Benge

    Nicholas Benge21 jam yang lalu

    Eh modern aircraft can land themselves (747-8, A350, A380, 787, etc.). The pilots prefer to fly it manually to ensure comfort and control in tight airspace where the computer might not be able to cope. Chemtrails? Really? You know that Jet-A fuel is regularly inspected by the private sector, and there’s one mane compound. Kerosene/paraffin. The same kerosene you buy from the gas station

  15. Armando D'SOUZA

    Armando D'SOUZAHari Yang lalu

    WHY BOEING CEO not held responsible for so many deaths and tried in court and punished. Why is he so powerful. When GE, Enron bankrupt their CEO's tried in parliament and court and punished. So why US failed to do this in this case. Why so many Innocent peoples life will not get justice.

  16. FUCK SHIT

    FUCK SHITHari Yang lalu

    for Boeing, human life doesn't matter, only the dollar god is important! Boeing took itself for god, they modified the plane by moving the center of gravity by changing the engine, for that, they put a bandage on a potential danger, the worst is that in the manual of the 737, there are only 2 small lines on the MCAS , difficult to find information when you are already in danger, for some here, it's easy, it's either the fault of the pilots or the fault of the airlines but never the fault of Boeing, they stink the American!!

  17. Akunamatata lopez

    Akunamatata lopezHari Yang lalu

    MCAS= May crash at sea

  18. Simon Chap

    Simon ChapHari Yang lalu

    thank god i survived on tis plane

  19. Witness Aeons

    Witness AeonsHari Yang lalu

    profit motif killed all those people.

  20. tristess Kartoffel

    tristess Kartoffel2 hari yang lalu

    wow

  21. Philo Sopher

    Philo Sopher2 hari yang lalu

    This is so much like so many Microsoft Windows upgrade bugs. Airplane mfgs ought to know that even getting tossed out of your office chair by a software bug would be enough to make a user ditch that operating system, how much more getting tossed out of the sky? Here is what the Boeing CEO had to say: "Boeing is sorry for the IMPACT on passengers". 😢 Seattle has a virus or bug going around.

  22. Suvir Sinha

    Suvir Sinha2 hari yang lalu

    Why didn’t the just make the landing gear taller? Wouldn’t that have solved the problem?

  23. Handsome Jun

    Handsome JunHari Yang lalu

    Suvir Sinha They did. Front landing gear is taller then rear ones.

  24. simon wang

    simon wang2 hari yang lalu

    No one remembers that after the 2nd crash, some people were still attempting to blame the pilots because they were from 3rd world countries and therefore must be poorly trained. Other countries grounded it very quickly after the 2nd crash, but the FAA was still attempting to sweep it under the rug. It was only after intense public pressure that the FAA gave in.

  25. Creepy Stares

    Creepy Stares2 hari yang lalu

    The executives that made this decision should have criminal charges. Their negligence killed hundreds.

  26. Chang Chang

    Chang Chang2 hari yang lalu

    9/11

  27. Y0UR_DADDY_ LAMMA

    Y0UR_DADDY_ LAMMA2 hari yang lalu

    I cant belive humans still make such mistakes

  28. 2K Share

    2K Share2 hari yang lalu

    As aircraft mechanical engineer, I don't agree on decision to raise engines above wing on 737MAX

  29. Richard Watson

    Richard Watson2 hari yang lalu

    It's a buncha people doing their best on a massive project with millions involved and your throwing a jet in the air... it's a miracle anything works.

  30. Wajahat Alvi

    Wajahat Alvi2 hari yang lalu

    Never will i travel in boeing

  31. Edward Zhou

    Edward Zhou2 hari yang lalu

    No, you are wrong , they are typical duopoly. None of them are willing to spend any money on R&D because they know that if they do so, their rival would do the same, which means they both have to spend more and more money on R&D. Boeing have been investing much more money in legal rather than R&D

  32. Gendo ruwo

    Gendo ruwo2 hari yang lalu

    any stocks I buy always comes with MCAS it seems. keeps going down!

  33. Justin Case

    Justin Case3 hari yang lalu

    None of what you say is incorrect, EXCEPT the insinuation that it should have taken far more than two hours to explain a single single with a single ON/OFF switch to pilots with thousands of hours of experience. We ALL know of throttle pitch-up, and we ALL know that more powerful engines would cause more pitch-up, probably into dangerous regimes, that MCAS is a sensor-based, software solution. But as highly trained and highly experienced pilots, we also know that the correct procedure when encountering either defective or malfunctioning systems is to TURN IT OFF and FLY THE PLANE. In one of the two crashes, that was never done. The pilot fought the malfunctioning system the entire time. In the other crash, the pilot flipped the system off several times, but for some unfathomable reason, instead of trimming their aircraft and/or using a lower throttle setting, he kept turning the malfunctioning system back on, which resulted in the crash. PILOT ERROR on BOTH occasions.

  34. Mihir Wadyekar

    Mihir Wadyekar2 hari yang lalu

    amazing ! now were u the chief engineer at Boeing???

  35. Zenny Green

    Zenny Green3 hari yang lalu

    So sad greedy companies in a rush for profits. No body is answerable!

  36. James Cronin

    James Cronin3 hari yang lalu

    This is what happens when aircraft companies are run by greedy bean counters instead of engineers.

  37. zsedrfvbhujm

    zsedrfvbhujm3 hari yang lalu

    The planes crashed due to an "autopilot" malfunctioning. There is an option to turn this off and gain control of the aircraft manually. However this did not happen as the required training required to become a commercial pilot is very little in the countries where the crash happened compared to other countries around the world. Yes BOEING made the mistake of saying the planes could practically fly themselves but it also comes down the inexperienced pilots inability to take manual control and the airlines who employ these practices. The planes are built with redundancies so if one part fails it will not compromise the planes safety. The redundancy in these situations were the pilots which also "failed" that led to the unfortunate crash. I am not saying the information in this video is incorrect just incomplete. Painting a sunrise without blue turns a peaceful image into an inferno on the horizon.

  38. zoejay

    zoejay3 hari yang lalu

    American greed

  39. paul jr carty

    paul jr carty3 hari yang lalu

    The mcas reduces manueverabilty by forcing the tail to pitch up to accommodate the misplaced... essentially the engines are the problem if the engines engineered themselves

  40. harpa lindal

    harpa lindal3 hari yang lalu

    I've never been on an airbus aeroplane lol

  41. Fossal99

    Fossal993 hari yang lalu

    swiss001: *stalls* (Pulls up a 737 max photo)

  42. Asean Epic

    Asean Epic3 hari yang lalu

    Boeng 737 max : I AM THE BEST PLANE Indonesia : Hold my crash

  43. William Anthony

    William Anthony4 hari yang lalu

    Never fly it let Boeing rot and lose billions it’s their fault never let anyone fly this even after the “fix” it - to honor those who died

  44. Patricia Handa

    Patricia Handa4 hari yang lalu

    Watched a video one time about times the MCAS kicked in and the (extremely experienced and somewhat lucky) pilots managed to recover. The maneuver to recover is counterintuitive - to keep from hitting the ground, you have to initially fly faster toward it, to gain lift. Only highly experienced pilots can be expected to pull this off, and even they will be SOL if they are close to the ground when they start dropping like a rock.

  45. Slicedthrower64 -Roblox

    Slicedthrower64 -Roblox4 hari yang lalu

    The real meaning of MCAS “MAY CAUSE A STALL”

  46. Tyler Torrey

    Tyler Torrey4 hari yang lalu

    The pilots disabled something they didn't and couldn't know existed. They showed more ingenuity and intelligence than company heads.

  47. Matthew Morycinski

    Matthew Morycinski3 hari yang lalu

    They disabled trim as their manual taught them, then they reenabled it against what manual told them. All the while they increased speed by keeping engines at takeoff power. The question is why. Why did they ignore instructions the manual taught them to MEMORIZE? Why did they fail to follow basic piloting skills by increasing speed to the point where they could not control the plane? Why did they not DECREASE the power to the point where wrong trim was not a problem, just an annoyance?

  48. tre luglio

    tre luglio4 hari yang lalu

    New airplanes should be banned forever.

  49. E. Asinus

    E. Asinus4 hari yang lalu

    One aoa sensor.... watch AvE video about taking one of those apart... yeaaaah theres a reason military planes have 4 of the same aoa sensor

  50. Ramin Babazade

    Ramin Babazade4 hari yang lalu

    This is what unresponsibility leads up to

  51. Rudolf Kooijman

    Rudolf Kooijman4 hari yang lalu

    Great explication. Thank you.

  52. FurkanSE

    FurkanSE4 hari yang lalu

    It's OK. Everybody makes mistakes

  53. Shivansh Mehta

    Shivansh Mehta4 hari yang lalu

    The child's 'Hello kitty' bag in the clutter at the end got me 😔

  54. Coty Martin

    Coty Martin4 hari yang lalu

    Boeing's fix, they renamed MCAS to RCAS or "Roller Coaster Action Simulator" and everyone just started putting their hands up when it happened.

  55. Cedrik_BOI

    Cedrik_BOI4 hari yang lalu

    Can they just make their landing gear higher?

  56. Cedrik_BOI

    Cedrik_BOI4 hari yang lalu

    Wut

  57. Peter O brien

    Peter O brien4 hari yang lalu

    I know but they wanted to cut costs ,to increase landing gear will cost 10s of millions

  58. Roger Carmichael

    Roger Carmichael4 hari yang lalu

    Real problem w/adding Larger engines is misalignment of Jet Thrust w/AirFoil> A/C used to have a jet engine located in the Rudder above the wings to offset overturning (pitch up) moment of engines located BELOW the wing airfoil> so even tho Boeing raised engines up, it wasn't far enough so engine thrust overwhelms wing & elevator airfoil that has to provide an opposing moment to counter rotate A/C (pitch down) so the plane goes into an :"Oscillation" like that 1950s "Gallaping Gurty" bridge that resonated w/offshore wind blowing across it, giving airfoil lift to the bridge until it broke

  59. Bad to the Brick

    Bad to the Brick5 hari yang lalu

    Moral of the story: Never be the first person to fly on a new plane design

  60. Bad to the Brick

    Bad to the Brick2 hari yang lalu

    @Justin Case Good point

  61. Justin Case

    Justin Case3 hari yang lalu

    NOT a new plane design. Look... None of what you say is incorrect, EXCEPT the insinuation that it should have taken far more than two hours to explain a single single with a single ON/OFF switch to pilots with thousands of hours of experience. We ALL know of throttle pitch-up, and we ALL know that more powerful engines would cause more pitch-up, probably into dangerous regimes, that MCAS is a sensor-based, software solution. But as highly trained and highly experienced pilots, we also know that the correct procedure when encountering either defective or malfunctioning systems is to TURN IT OFF and FLY THE PLANE. In one of the two crashes, that was never done. The pilot fought the malfunctioning system the entire time. In the other crash, the pilot flipped the system off several times, but for some unfathomable reason, instead of trimming their aircraft and/or using a lower throttle setting, he kept turning the malfunctioning system back on, which resulted in the crash. PILOT ERROR on BOTH occasions.

  62. Spocom

    Spocom5 hari yang lalu

    The implications of this situation are both interesting and concerning, this is an example of an auto pilot or ai killing people. With self driving cars right around the corner this example is going to be something we as people have to remember moving forward. It's hard to tell if the MCAS prevented any fatal stalls in it's time of operation but we now know for sure without it 300+ people would of likely lived. The pilots lost control of their aircraft to a computer ai(although a simple one) and caused the death of a bunch of people. This is one of the realities we will have to face as we add automation to transportation.

  63. BigMangoz G

    BigMangoz G5 hari yang lalu

    I already hate Boeing bc agp

  64. Kaleb Maxwell

    Kaleb Maxwell5 hari yang lalu

    The real pilots downvoted this video. When it comes to safety Airbus has one of the worst track records. I would feel safer in an airplane designed by a toddler then I would in an Airbus.

  65. leanne missy

    leanne missy5 hari yang lalu

    I’m looking at affordable flights and they’re all 737.. bruh I was surprised they continue to use it

  66. Spocom

    Spocom5 hari yang lalu

    737s are safe 737 max 800s are not and all of them are grounded across the entire globe

  67. opsimathics

    opsimathics5 hari yang lalu

    lol gg boeing, they brought this on themselves

  68. VICTOR M

    VICTOR M5 hari yang lalu

    So little what the public knows. All for the money

  69. byteme9718

    byteme97185 hari yang lalu

    I've avoided any travel on a Boeing product for a number of years.

  70. Earl Edward

    Earl Edward5 hari yang lalu

    the 737 is made in Renton,Wa. a hotbed of drug users live in the state, especially Renton. go figure. Duh?

  71. sacred squirrel

    sacred squirrel5 hari yang lalu

    Sometimes VOX information is very helpful.