Theginge From United Kingdom, joined Oct 2006, 1119 posts, RR: 0 Reply 22, posted (4 years 8 months 1 week 4 days 7 hours ago) and read 9994 times:
Quoting Adam42185 (Reply 6): Is there that level of communication on every flight or is any of that embellished for the video? Any airline pilots that can answer?
I am not a pilot but have done many cockpit jumpseat rides, last one a couple of years ago. Yes there is that level of communication, but remember the video is editied so the communication that may have taken place over 45 mins is compressed in to 10 mins of video. Otherwise on approach there are moments of silence, but remember any time the pilot does something to the operation of the plane they will tell the other.
Theginge From United Kingdom, joined Oct 2006, 1119 posts, RR: 0 Reply 24, posted (4 years 8 months 1 week 4 days 6 hours ago) and read 8951 times:
Quoting Mountain (Reply 23): Why do the first officers have two stripes? I thought three stripes indicated first officers. Back in the day, two stripes were for second officer, normally a flight engineer.
First Officer (FO) 2 Stripes, Senior First Officer (SFO) 3 Stripes. Normally at an airline, well a UK one anyway you will start as an FO then after a few years become an SFO.
25 413X3: The relief pilot died in a swimming accident I believe after he retired with back injuries to South Africa. The pilot went to fly for Singapore and ba
26 Climb1: I believe this vid was done during 2000. Its got some great footage. A MUST for 744 fans! Heres a link to the previous thread about this video. http:/
27 Grimey: I bought it last September, I showed my family the take off and landing clips and thats when they realised why I always wanted to become a pilot. It'
28 Acey559: Are you sure? I know that when I've been flying around Chicago it isn't always used by the crews or even ATC every time. There have been a few instan
29 Hotelmode: Yup its in my company ops manual for US flying, and the FAR AIM I quoted makes no distinction. From my experience we always get described as a heavy
30 Virtual: Alan Carter, the Captain in that video, now flies 737NGs and works for us a simulator instructor, providing simulator experiences for members of the p