Air Austral B777-200ER – Cockpit Video – Flightdeck Action – Flights In The Cockpit

Cockpit DVD in the series Flightdeck Action. Buy this cockpit DVD at: http://www.vikingaviationphoto.com Captain Michaux briefing prepares us for the spectacular landing at DZA. Outside temperatur…

25 comments

  1. @EightCharlieFox Thank you for the kind words. This is just the beginning.
    Next release in July..

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  2. Not exactly old style seat of yours pants type flying, is it? So much
    technology!

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  3. @hsguitarist Indeed he his. That clip is from the ground prior to engine
    start at SYD.

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  4. Ils parlent en anglais même pour les vols régionnaux ?

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  5. great vid! very detailed. i don´t know in what airport were you at the
    beginning, but great job for the ATC, he speaks very well

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  6. Steve Cudmore

    Smooth, powerful TO, good job.

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  7. Madjid Djender
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  8. Love

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  9. DANCING DESTROYER

    7.29 90 thousand pount of soyce sauce?

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  10. Under very experienced hands . You pilots have nerves of steel. 

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  11. 0:59 someone’s foot

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  12. The crank Is called steering tiller

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  13. Ignacio Rabago

    ….

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  14. Julien Coupelela

    Super vidéo :)

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  15. #camilledelorme : Thrust set, TOGA TOGA

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  16. great

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  17. Wow this is so cool watching pilots in action in cockpit. I wanted to
    become a pilot but it never happened. I love airplanes. 

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  18. @camille delorme I think he is saying “thrust set TOGA” but due to heavy
    French accent he sounds something else

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  19. Christian Boudreaux

    90 pounds of shrust. French english :P

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  20. You AREN’T stepping on the flight deck…Are you…?

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  21. Yogendra Bhaiwant

    Very in depth view of the flight in action thanks to air austral
    Learned how pilots operate in the flightdeck

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  22. What’s VNAV speed do?

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  23. Rashdin Zahari

    intro music please???

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  24. Jean philippe Vaulry

    je me rappel bien du steward “métis” du vol CDG / St-Denis matricule de
    l’avion F-ONOU et n° de vol UU974
    vive air austral 

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  25. Nyabinghi Uhuru

    Cumload sel

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