How do flaps work on an aircraft?

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  • sexy girl
    sexy girl 4 दिन पहले

    Very interesting.Thank you.

  • Rockslide
    Rockslide 5 दिन पहले

    This was an excellent video. Very informative.

  • AussieLego 121
    AussieLego 121 7 दिन पहले

    4:38 is it just me or was that a ryanair plane......



    ARE U FLYING RYANAIR

  • AussieLego 121
    AussieLego 121 7 दिन पहले

    Ur on a 737 seriously dude

  • Kurtis S
    Kurtis S 9 दिन पहले +1

    Hey Mentour, awesome videos! When you touch down do the slats and ground spoiler come out automatically? Is it a weight on wheels thing or must they be selected?
    Thanks!

    • Mentour Pilot
      Mentour Pilot  9 दिन पहले

      The ground-spoilers are “armed” to extend immediately upon activation of wieight-on-wheel and wheel spinnup

  • harry doherty
    harry doherty 20 दिन पहले

    I did read of an accident where both pilots failed to set flap/ slat setting on the aircraft causing a stall on takeoff and crashed. The flight recorder confermed this..check list allways.

  • DΔRIO MΔRCHESI
    DΔRIO MΔRCHESI 24 दिन पहले

    I once saw a magazine called Flaps... It wasn't about planes though.

  • Gerard Moran
    Gerard Moran 28 दिन पहले

    Nice instructive video! There are two points I'd like to mention. The increased drag of landing flaps are important to make steep approaches if you're flying a Cherokee or Twin Otter in mountainous terrain but most transport jets don't fly those profiles. We all (airliners) need to be at about 1000' at 3 miles. Early turbojet engines needed a lot of time to spool up to go-around thrust and the higher drag meant higher stable thrust on approach. Engineers built in high drag for that reason. This greatly reduces spool up time to go-around thrust. In fact some early turbojets (think 707, 727) were so slow to spool up you were basically committed to land once below 400' unless your power was up. Modern turbofans are better but the design concept remains. Lastly, at Delta we illuminate all lights (landing, wing, nacelle and runway turn-off) below 18,000' to maximize our visual impact. Perhaps it's because there's more general aviation traffic in the US. At Delta, it was technique, but not procedure to turn on the taxi light when landing clearance was received. "Exterior lights" was a checklist item on the descent check which was done descending through 18,000' which is the max limit for VFR traffic in the US. Each airline has slight variations. Cheers

  • Capt.Shami
    Capt.Shami महीने पहले

    Thanks, Mentour. I always wanted to know when to put down flaps. Well explained

  • Rajneesh Kumar Sharma
    Rajneesh Kumar Sharma महीने पहले

    Nice .

  • Doc Dat
    Doc Dat महीने पहले

    i wana see a V/STOL Super

  • tiffany51793
    tiffany51793 महीने पहले

    love it! do u guys out there know have any recommendations for link or for video like this but for Airbus? many thanks

  • Pradeep Kumar
    Pradeep Kumar महीने पहले

    Can u explain landing from 500ft to full stop landing with 737 800 max model? And also how do u flare and touch down with thrust management just before touchdown. Thanks in advance.

  • Cheryl Surette
    Cheryl Surette महीने पहले +1

    What do pilots eat when they're at work and what airline are you with? Thanks for explaining the secret code of airline crews because I've always been wondering what those ding dongs mean whenever I listen to videos on INclips where people are traveling and you hear the ding dongs going off. Plus, I was also wondering if pilots can bring their own lunches from home and what do they pack in their bags?Also, where are you from? I've been picking up on your accent and I find your voice soothing. I'm from Nova Scotia Canada and I find your videos interesting because I learn a lot about the airline industry.

  • Tim W
    Tim W 2 महीने पहले +3

    You are amazing. You’re so young and so knowledgeable. You inspire confidence in the younger generation.

  • violaorulez
    violaorulez 2 महीने पहले

    Hi MenTour, great video! How about flaps 2?

  • Xavier Ramirez
    Xavier Ramirez 2 महीने पहले +1

    I still dont get it can you start all over in english

  • Tactical101
    Tactical101 2 महीने पहले

    I don't know how he does all these in like 1 take.

  • NickSTMPL21
    NickSTMPL21 2 महीने पहले

    Wait are you Ryan Air Pilot? If not im glad. But if you are... Please Butter all your landings :)

  • PPC4
    PPC4 2 महीने पहले

    Do you ever train for flap failures?

  • James Ryzlot
    James Ryzlot 2 महीने पहले

    You said a senseless "OK" at: 03:40 / 04:25 / 04:40 / 05:06 / 05:44 / 06:25 / 06:55 / 07:15 / 08:14 / 10:45 These manipulative interjections spoil an otherwise great video.
    JR

  • Floss Man
    Floss Man 2 महीने पहले

    Great video, as always! It's very interesting when we "borrow" from nature for our technology.

  • Nejc Ribič
    Nejc Ribič 3 महीने पहले

    lol im just corious what flas are for cause im playing some good plane simulator game

  • Erick Pokladowski
    Erick Pokladowski 3 महीने पहले

    I need to take a _brake_ from these _plane_ good videos!

  • Justin Cui
    Justin Cui 3 महीने पहले

    Sometimes, when a plane taxis after landing, I notice that the flaps start to retract, then pause, then continue to flaps 0. Why do the flaps sometimes pause insiead of going from full directly to 0?

  • BigTymin
    BigTymin 3 महीने पहले

    nothing he said is true

  • ΥΠΕΡΤΑΤΟ ΙΧΩΡ
    ΥΠΕΡΤΑΤΟ ΙΧΩΡ 3 महीने पहले

    ...i am confused captain....i think that flying a heli is much easier!!

  • JJ Vandal
    JJ Vandal 3 महीने पहले

    Can you land with out flaps

  • Moz Eglin
    Moz Eglin 3 महीने पहले

    Love the video. Thanks 🙏🏻

  • Alen Andreasian
    Alen Andreasian 3 महीने पहले

    I really want to ask you something...
    When do we open the flaps while landing,how to pilots understand when to open them??
    Btw,thank you so much you are helping all of us!!

  • john elton
    john elton 3 महीने पहले

    i have more questions or suggestion maybe future shows?s? do i write them here? or is there an email addre

  • john elton
    john elton 3 महीने पहले

    these videos are so interesting and informative. I have a question Ailerons what are they what do they do, where are they located? Also the fin? and or Tail, do they turn or move at all?

  • Cayrick Pan
    Cayrick Pan 3 महीने पहले

    complicated but fascinating

  • Isaac L-L
    Isaac L-L 3 महीने पहले

    How do Flaps and slats not cause you to pitch down? It looks to me like they direct the airstream downward, causing pitch.

  • Jonathan Samuels
    Jonathan Samuels 4 महीने पहले

    All of these procedures seem quite complicated but you make them look quite easy. Thx.

  • 1981vsth
    1981vsth 4 महीने पहले

    Fantastic information on the flaps, and slats on the plane!
    Just wondering about the pros and cons of a droop vs a slat, and maybe revisiting blown flaps vs slots, or potentially a hybrid flap (My rudimentary understanding is that blown flaps were taken out of regular service due to complexity and mantainence. However, has technology now caught up to warrant a revisit? Active blown flaps seem to be able to create an immediate change in the boundary layer over the aircraft control surfaces, as opposed to the slots, which relies on the surrounding (Injection vs environment))
    Looking forward to you next videos!

  • blessed moyo
    blessed moyo 4 महीने पहले

    Thanks Captain Joe, you make it easier. Well done

  • N I
    N I 4 महीने पहले

    Captain u re the best, i love u

  • Derpypro 32
    Derpypro 32 4 महीने पहले

    1:58 Ryanair?!?!? lol that's funny

  • MCGREGORY13
    MCGREGORY13 4 महीने पहले +1

    I use to take off in simulators with 45º Flaps...😂 Something new learndu.🤙🏻❤️

  • zafar iqbal
    zafar iqbal 4 महीने पहले

    Sir what is difference between nautical mile and kilo meter

  • J Hawk
    J Hawk 4 महीने पहले

    Great channel. One question . What are the purpose of those wheels turning when you were selecting flaps ?

  • Andrej Podzimek
    Andrej Podzimek 4 महीने पहले

    A stupid question: Some smaller airliners have their left and right flap mechanisms interconnected with a shaft, so that it‘s impossible to extend or retract flaps asymmetrically (which could, obviously, lead to a crash). But do even the biggest airliners have that mechanical connection between the wings? Or is there a different safety feature that prevents flap asymmetry? How about an A380 or a 747? Is there a flap shaft going all the way through the fuselage and connecting the flap mechanisms?

  • Philippe Lobelle
    Philippe Lobelle 4 महीने पहले

    The slots don’t extend the boundary layer, they blast the boundary layer off. This is done intentionally because, even though it loses a bit of lift, it manages/controls the position of the separation point and thus there is less turbulence.
    The extension of the wing means that there is a much higher likelihood of getting separation of the boundary layer over the wing and without slots this would happen at a random, unknown and possibly ever-changing points. This could drastically decrease the handling of the aircraft as it comes to land.

    • Philippe Lobelle
      Philippe Lobelle 4 महीने पहले

      Mentour Pilot. Thanks! By the way would you recommend going to pilot school after having done a mechanical engineering degree, would it help at all? I am now 22. Do you think it’s too late?

    • Mentour Pilot
      Mentour Pilot  4 महीने पहले +1

      Good stuff!

  • GalactiNaut
    GalactiNaut 4 महीने पहले

    I've become quite a fan of the Airbus sidestick, but having actual degrees of flaps to select in the Boeings is way cooler.

  • GalactiNaut
    GalactiNaut 4 महीने पहले

    WHOA the fuel cutoff switched :O that must be a brand new plane there

  • tie oneon
    tie oneon 4 महीने पहले

    thanks

  • HDSME
    HDSME 5 महीने पहले

    flaps 5 degrees or fiaps 5 units of flaps ? or sec tions ?

  • Moshe Gavriel Binkovitz
    Moshe Gavriel Binkovitz 5 महीने पहले

    Thank you again Captain..Why can an airplane not turn right or left without twisting the angle of the fuselage?

    • Moshe Gavriel Binkovitz
      Moshe Gavriel Binkovitz 4 महीने पहले

      Hello dear Captain!
      Can you plz expaine me more?
      Another question, please, how does the centrifugation effect make it possible to rotate the plane in this way? ... (I refer to my first question)

    • Dylan
      Dylan 4 महीने पहले

      Moshe Gavriel Binkovitz It is not that they can't it is that it is uncomfortable for passangers.

  • Narendra Bachu
    Narendra Bachu 5 महीने पहले

    Why do some pilots deploy spoilers in mid air?

    • Dylan
      Dylan 4 महीने पहले

      Narendra Bachu They don't

  • Rex Sar
    Rex Sar 5 महीने पहले

    Cool! Its very interesting video. Good to know how these mechanical function on Aircraft.

  • priya varatharaj
    priya varatharaj 5 महीने पहले

    What is toga

  • Kyler Mcnabb
    Kyler Mcnabb 5 महीने पहले

    When you change a flap lever what are those wheel things that are spinning on the left and right side of levers?

  • Calvin Walker (Contractor)
    Calvin Walker (Contractor) 5 महीने पहले

    As usual excellent video and explanation!! I do have a side question.On 4 engine aircraft why do they start the outboard engines 1 & 4 first? Then they start 2 & 3, why is this? On twin engines I notice they still tend to start the #1 left engine first. Any reason for this?

  • Dr. No
    Dr. No 6 महीने पहले

    flops, slots and sluts... just like a casino :P
    slap that flap!

  • RotorPics
    RotorPics 6 महीने पहले

    Haha.... Slots, slats, slits , and sluts :)

  • Random Bandicoot
    Random Bandicoot 6 महीने पहले +1

    From the 1970's when "P. jokes" were popular (99% of the people telling them couldn't find P. on a map). The pilot ask the c/p for flaps, more flaps, and still MORE flaps. They land successfully, & the pilot says, "Man, is this runway short" to which the c/p says, "Yeah, but it sure is wide!"

  • Zsolt Raduska
    Zsolt Raduska 6 महीने पहले +2

    This video was fantastic! I like the practical videos.

  • Lance Craig
    Lance Craig 6 महीने पहले

    Thanks for that. I have to land at WLG NZ in an hour and its a 145 kn crosswind so this should get me and my passengers there in one or two (max) pieces.

  • gherman daniel
    gherman daniel 7 महीने पहले

    I love you. Omg, with you as a teacher anybody can understand everything. You are amazing.

  • sm yousuf
    sm yousuf 7 महीने पहले

    i realy enjoy it thanks sir MY DREAM IS COMMERCIAL PILOT

  • Dean Rehder
    Dean Rehder 7 महीने पहले

    Question: Why do I see on some planes the winglets sweep up and others they sweep down? Does it matter?

  • Grandpa Cocky
    Grandpa Cocky 7 महीने पहले

    Clear as mud, you humans make it so complicated!

  • j Madden
    j Madden 7 महीने पहले

    I only thought I understood it all; now I do :)

  • Neil Quintana
    Neil Quintana 7 महीने पहले

    Greetings. Your videos are very informative. Thank you for them. A question: Do modern aircraft such as the 737 utilise cameras that the pilots can use to monitor the functioning of the various parts such as flaps, landing gear, etc. Thanks very much.

    • Dylan
      Dylan 4 महीने पहले

      Neil Quintana No they don't use external cameras to monitor important parts however some new aircraft do have cameras on the vertical stabiliser

  • Saima Chughtai
    Saima Chughtai 7 महीने पहले

    Yes very nice video Mentour Pilot! However, I'm not exactly sure I've always seen slots. Especially on Airbus trailing edge flaps. Never saw any slots appear. Is it because Airbus have not put slots on their trailing edge flaps?

  • Dee Anna
    Dee Anna 7 महीने पहले

    Thank you! Now I know the difference between flaps and slats! What do the numbers actually mean? "Flaps 5" means 5 what?

  • Steve Leriger
    Steve Leriger 7 महीने पहले

    Honey badger don't care mate! love the haircut

  • Lee Howling
    Lee Howling 7 महीने पहले

    Really good video this.
    Extremely good invention and design

  • Dale Christensen
    Dale Christensen 7 महीने पहले

    Also, a byproduct of flaps 30 or 40 is increased drag and therefore higher engine rpm. This facilitates quicker engine spool-up to go-around thrust in case of a missed approach.

  • Sanju Mathew
    Sanju Mathew 7 महीने पहले

    thank u sir now i understand it am just 14 years old and my nation is india my ambition is to become a pilot am madly love with planes will u give me your whatsapp number please

  • Julio Klemba
    Julio Klemba 7 महीने पहले

    Excelent!

  • Thair Shaikh
    Thair Shaikh 7 महीने पहले

    How about a really technical video ... about chocks!

  • Sarkario
    Sarkario 7 महीने पहले

    Hey Mentour im Bingewatching your videos, and i love the quality and content. Ive definetly come to stay

  • Samuel Sempala
    Samuel Sempala 8 महीने पहले

    Superb video. Thanks.

    • Samuel Sempala
      Samuel Sempala 7 महीने पहले

      i have watched this video more than a dozen times and yet i still can not get enough of it. So well done that even a non-technical person will comprehend the concepts quite easily.

  • Ben McDonald
    Ben McDonald 8 महीने पहले

    Thanks again!

  • Alexey Davydenko
    Alexey Davydenko 8 महीने पहले

    Can you explains different flare technic during flaps 30 vs flaps 40 landings ?

  • Marie BCFHS
    Marie BCFHS 8 महीने पहले

    do you have facebook captain?

  • Marie BCFHS
    Marie BCFHS 8 महीने पहले

    leading edge flaps are called Krueger flaps right captain?

  • Arthur Christmas
    Arthur Christmas 8 महीने पहले +1

    Heh i really like the intro!

  • harry doherty
    harry doherty 8 महीने पहले +1

    wouldn’t the wing loose lift going from 40 degrees of flaps to 15 degrees on go around?

    • harry doherty
      harry doherty 8 महीने पहले +1

      i’m thinking back when i was taking instruction in a cessna 150 back in1963 . was told never to make such a drastic change to the configuration . the 160 doesn’t have quite the thrust of a jet i’d say.

    • Mentour Pilot
      Mentour Pilot  8 महीने पहले +1

      Yes, but we are also applying go-around thrust and starting to accelerate.

  • Me Here
    Me Here 8 महीने पहले

    Slatts are called Droops

  • Me Here
    Me Here 8 महीने पहले

    Flapos are like half a cross section of (a) Para-Chute

  • Pirabee
    Pirabee 8 महीने पहले

    At the call out *V-1 rotate* must a pilot take off right then or does it mean it’s safe to get airborne even if that is done several seconds after the call out?

    • Ozan Akdag
      Ozan Akdag 8 महीने पहले

      V1 and Rotate are 2 separate callouts. V1 is the speed at which aborting take off is not an option anymore, Rotate is the speed in which the plane can takeoff.

  • Boeing Time 300
    Boeing Time 300 8 महीने पहले

    Great Video mentour

  • dpm1982
    dpm1982 8 महीने पहले

    I have wondered how the winds are factored in slot/flap selection? Straight headwinds versus a crosswind component. I have student time in a 172, a Warrior II, and a Grumman Tiger, but no heavy tin. I have no aspirations either, but I am curious. We had a trim wheel to "Trim" out the yoke. I have also wondered about the numbers on the flap lever. Do the numbers, 1, 2, 5, 10 and so on, what do they correlate with? Are they angle degrees or are they just identifiers for your company? As a very interested frequent passenger, I am just interested. Keep them coming Capt.

  • mrreet2001
    mrreet2001 8 महीने पहले

    What airport are you at (Cockpit view)? It looks like you are parked at an apartment complex. 😂

  • Nic Rys
    Nic Rys 8 महीने पहले

    He flys for ryanair

  • cobra R
    cobra R 8 महीने पहले

    why tires on a plane landing gear can't go any faster than 200knts.

  • Arijit Dutt
    Arijit Dutt 8 महीने पहले +1

    You explain so well ... you make it sound so simple !! Thank You

  • Ibrahim Nasir
    Ibrahim Nasir 8 महीने पहले

    U ALL DOING GOOD I AM TRUELY AIR PLAN LOVER

  • Ibrahim Nasir
    Ibrahim Nasir 8 महीने पहले

    BETWEEN TWO BIG FAPS THERE IS A SMALL FLAP LIKE THING ON THE BACK OF WING.WHATS THE FUNCTION OF THAT.

  • Kiran Dhouneeram
    Kiran Dhouneeram 8 महीने पहले

    I like the way you explain captain thank.

  • E I N S
    E I N S 8 महीने पहले

    Everytime the the pilots open the flaps slats and whatever the other one was, the plane brakes, the speed drops so they clearly act like air brakes as well, they they are used during take off is something i cannot understand. It looks like the plane would catch more speed faster without flaps...

    • FromNorway
      FromNorway 8 महीने पहले

      It's true that flaps act like brakes, but they also increase the lift and therefore allow the plane to take off at a lower speed. If we for simplicity assume a constant acceleration during take-off, the required runway length increases by the square of the take-off speed. That means that if the plane needs 30% higher speed without flaps (just my guess), it needs a 1.3 x 1.3 = 1.69 times longer runway to accelerate to that speed.
      The flap setting at take-off is a compromise of the need for increased lift and not too much braking from the increased air resistance caused by it. That's why planes don't use maximum flap settings at take-off but may do so during landing on short runways.

  • Adam Yee
    Adam Yee 8 महीने पहले

    You mentioned TOGA in this clip, how does that work?

  • munkboy18
    munkboy18 8 महीने पहले

    why do you sometimes use flaps 40?

    • Ozan Akdag
      Ozan Akdag 8 महीने पहले

      Flaps 40 is used for shorter runways, because it gives you more lift/drag which results in a slower VREF speed.

  • whybother now
    whybother now 9 महीने पहले

    I judge how well you and Captain Joe are doing by how quickly you are accused by Flat Earthers of being an shill agent of the New World Order conspiracy. I’m afraid Captain Joe has beaten you to it! 😂 😆 Sad, hilariously funny but true 😂

  • Brian Pfeiffer
    Brian Pfeiffer 9 महीने पहले

    love your videos, thank you

  • COMEDY iNSiDE
    COMEDY iNSiDE 9 महीने पहले

    amazing...

  • Rich Rob
    Rich Rob 9 महीने पहले

    What airline is mentor with