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FS2004 - Lost (American Airlines Flight 965)

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Please support this channel by following me on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/allecibay American Airlines Flight 965 was a regularly scheduled flight from Miami International Airport in Miami, Florida, to Alfonso Bonilla Aragón International Airport in Cali, Colombia. On December 20, 1995, the Boeing 757-200 flying this route (registration N651AA) crashed into a mountain in Buga, Colombia, killing 151 passengers and eight crew members. The crash was the first U.S.-owned 757 accident and the highest death toll of any accident in Colombia. It was also the highest death toll of any accident involving a Boeing 757 at that time. It was surpassed by Birgenair Flight 301 which crashed seven weeks later with 189 fatalities. Flight 965 was the deadliest air disaster involving a U.S. carrier since the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 in 1988. Five passengers, all seated within two rows of each other, survived the initial impact, but one died two days later of his injuries. Music: Sad Romance (Music Box Version) Artist: Lucas King Listen to the entire music here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T92BWj9GzVA Follow me on: https://www.facebook.com/allec.ibay
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Liberty Rising (2 days ago)
Fucking idiots.
Allec Joshua Ibay (2 days ago)
Liberty Rising They weren't idiots. They were highly trained professionals that got caught up on a stressful situation
Tazer183 (4 days ago)
Just because you're lost at night doesn't mean you should be flying low and crashing. As much as you want to be fair to the pilots who apparently had alot on their plate they screwed up.
Peter Beedle (6 days ago)
Surely if you are lost the first thing you do is fly up, not left or right and then figure out exactly where you are. If ever I'm lost when driving I pullover somewhere and find out exactly where I am and where I need to go, none of this "on the fly" business"!
spongebob squarepants (6 days ago)
nick wilson (8 days ago)
How did any humans survive, never mind a small dog!
tripleheshy (8 days ago)
Sorry to report but our radar was blown up by the FARC three years ago soooooo........good luck Amigos.
Marcus Nathaniel Settles (9 days ago)
can you please shut up
My Email (14 days ago)
Bad editing.. to fast to read and I am a book worm
Jimmy Barr (15 days ago)
Wonder if the survivors were seated at the back of the plane?
cprice2011 (15 days ago)
Do flight 227 please
Frank Bowne (17 days ago)
Why they shouldn't have schedules, have no later than, time.
soccerguy2433 (18 days ago)
dang.. "cleared to" is a clearance "cleared direct to" is an instruction. I wish they would change that. Perhaps "Your clearance is to <fix>" or only use "proceed direct to <fix>"
LotusBlossom (22 days ago)
Situational awareness and all that the pilots were dealing with is one thing. But really, there were 156 people on that plane that were betting EVERYTHING on the pilots NOT flying the thing into a mountain! Inexcusable.
William (24 days ago)
The title of this video made me think that at some point you should do Oceanic 815 from Lost
MrCapi55 (24 days ago)
Just another case of overwhelmed pilots by the systems, but the manufacturers and airlines "had to" eliminate one third of the flight crew, as always, for only one "reason" : the Damn Money.
jabba0975 jj (1 month ago)
Going back to Cali......I don't think so. It had to be done.
Charlotte Schreffler (1 month ago)
That's right. I wondered about the other people who survived, and the dog.
Charlotte Schreffler (1 month ago)
Sorry for the victim's and their families. The pilots and could not maybe understand the tower, I guess. But when the voice would say pull up pull up, or terrain. Maybe they were too late to pull up, or something.
jlu.26 (1 month ago)
I'm going on American in June..
enegue baul (1 month ago)
Why put people in Columbian ATC who cannot speak proper English?
Ladislav Husivarga (1 month ago)
Such a sad tragic story.. My prayers to all passengers. I pray for current pilots that they are aware of details..
Pedro Chemim (1 month ago)
If it was not the speedbrakes deployed they could have make it. So sad.
Aiden The Aviator (1 month ago)
Can you please do the Überlingen mid-air collision eventually, that'll be a awesome one to see.
OfficialMarcos'sVideos (1 month ago)
I never knew MIA ever had a Runway 27R
Steven Penfold (1 month ago)
Do iranair 655
sephirotic87 (1 month ago)
You should do a video about this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/VASP_flight_375 One of the few cases ever documented of a pilot purposely doing a corckscrew (a tonneau) on a large jet airliner.
pigskin1000 (1 month ago)
what a shit show in that cockpit....
Jay Su (1 month ago)
How did the brown dog survive?
Gibbous (1 month ago)
Jay Su maybe the cage it was in absorbed the shock of the impact
HIPSTERS FOR TRUMP (1 month ago)
Can you do pan am flight 214?
Lee Hunt (1 month ago)
Saratov Airlines Flight 703 please!
pepperwestwood (1 month ago)
Allec, these videos are amazing, great work! Subbed. As another commenter once said...you feel like youve watched a whole movie after every one of these! Im sure you have many requests. But wouldd you consider doing one on flight 5191 out of Lexington, Kentucky? Dont wanna spoil it, but I dont figure it would have to be a very long vid. I drove past the area of the incident about an hour after it on my way to work that morning. Will never forget that drive. Thanks!
Filip Gołębiewski (1 month ago)
Hello Allec, can you make a video on the Antonov crash in Russia? Yes, I mean the Saratov Airlines or whatever it was idk.
Charlie Bourgeois (1 month ago)
Please consider doing the N130HP, "Tanker 130" where the wings fell off.
my vids are trash (1 month ago)
Do the red army choir crash or the one that crashed yesterday south of Moscow when investigations come out.
United Air (1 month ago)
When more details come out you should to the sarotov crash that happened today.
Alex Whiteley (1 month ago)
Midnight Wolf (1 month ago)
One crashed outside Moscow
FNAF man 1987 productions (1 month ago)
Do American flight 96 remake
Arumi Nirwana (1 month ago)
Hi Allec, do you know what happen today? Saratov Airlines flight 703 was crashed at morning today. Official source says nobody survive. Cause of crash is collision with another aircraft. So, can you made a video about this? Maybe you be will upload soon. Thanks.
Scout10 (1 month ago)
air philippines flight 541 the deadliest air disaster in the philippines
Tr1gger3d dude (1 month ago)
azmaan ahmed (1 month ago)
allec is a christian
Frenetic Geek (1 month ago)
The captain was mentally lazy. If he'd done as much critical thinking as he did swearing, this probably could have been avoided. Also speedbrakes.
Jaive 75 (1 month ago)
Do Air India flight 182
JLClips (1 month ago)
Can you do Airblue 202 pleasseee!
john watwood (1 month ago)
these are excellent videos man(allec joshua ibay).
StaticImage (1 month ago)
Garuda Flight 421
Nope NopeAgain (1 month ago)
Is FS2004 good? Are there good addons? Does it run well?
Azizah Kasim (1 month ago)
If it's possible, can you cover an episode about airblue flight 202
Riley Frazier (1 month ago)
Lucky dog!!!
M.J. Leger (1 month ago)
Great video. Thanks for the captions, it makes it so much more interesting when it's explainable.
SG Spekrem ツ (1 month ago)
Tell me if they found flight 370 MSH
rranger1014 (1 month ago)
Holy scary shit
6omega2 (1 month ago)
I love your videos, but please: it's "DESCEND."  "D - E - S - C - E - N - D."  Not "Decend."  Thanks!
Pradd Zzz (1 month ago)
Maybe a video about a380 collision on taxiway at JFK
TheGodParticle (1 month ago)
Plenty of warning signs,
sandra mendoza (1 month ago)
Can you do Air China 129
A Person (1 month ago)
Cali Is My City
RexLamby 858 (1 month ago)
That dogo who survived
David Flynn (1 month ago)
What an eejit
Zidane Hadeed (1 month ago)
Also note that the waypoint ROZO was changed to PALMA. Had Tafuri been advised, he wouldn't have inadvertently sent his plane on a course to Bogota. Still poor of him not to confirm, the first waypoint on your computer is not always what you want.
I Have a Problem Rant Series (1 month ago)
*****YOU GOTTA SEE THIS https://youtu.be/Vhv2aYrGZAI
Thordis Martinez (1 month ago)
This crash happened on my birthday :( RIP to those who passed away.
Hamlet telmaH (1 month ago)
RIP to those who lost their lives, the dog that survived had some cat in him/her.
Zimraan AKA The Badass Guy (1 month ago)
Confusion at its finest.
razzpup (1 month ago)
Allec can u make DHL flight 611 mid air COLLISION?
5Rounds Rapid (1 month ago)
Very reminiscent of Dan-Air 1008 in 1980. ATC couldn’t speak much English, and had no radar. The pilots got lost and turned the wrong way into a mountain, also.
『Boeing757Devorian Gaming』 (1 month ago)
You made my day once again! Nice 3D Cockpit! I am still praying for the 757, the A310, The A300, the DC-10, and the MD-11 to show up in X-Plane 10 Mobile! Nice video! Keep up the great work Allec!
Rebecca M (1 month ago)
baraxor (1 month ago)
Lost, at night and with no ground radar while flying in a mountainous area, the first thing to remember is that speed and altitude are your friends. Get reacquainted with your friends real fast and then try to reorient yourselves.
Patches O'Houlihan (1 month ago)
Absolutely. They had no idea where they were, flying in a valley with mountains everywhere, gee how about we climb to our minimum safe altitude and figure this out before we kill ourselves an 100+ others? Fuck no, let's whip out a chart, type in a letter, press enter, all is good. At least the captain figured out that they (more so he) fucked up, but too late.
Ace Robloxian and More Stuff! (1 month ago)
5:32 because the plane is too close to the airport, the pilots deploy the speed brakes *increases throttles*
Christopher Sargeant (1 month ago)
My guess would be that it was just the sim's autothrottle trying to compensate for the increased drag in an attempt to maintain a constant airspeed, and that it's extraneous to the story being told. Allec wanted a visual of the speedbrake deployment but didn't cut away fast enough. :) It only makes sense to use speedbrakes in flight when you're in an open descent with throttles at idle. It will give you the maximum rate of descent. Deploying speedbrakes with thrust at anything other than idle is counterproductive and a waste of fuel, it's a bit like keeping your foot on the gas pedal while braking at the same time. (Speedbrakes are also used at touchdown to destroy residual lift and help braking.)
Armando Silvier (1 month ago)
Ace Robloxian and More Stuff! Well spotted! Why would the pilots increase the throttles if they deployed the speedbrakes? Speedbrakes would immediately slow the aircraft down. I've only had a smidgen of flight training; but i would think that you wouldn't even consider using the speedbrakes (i think the correct term is "spoilers") until you could actually see the runway?
azmaan ahmed (1 month ago)
Allec you have to censor the swearing words
Armando Silvier (1 month ago)
azmaan ahmed Why? If the pilot said "where is the frickken waypoint?" i would think Alec is a devout Muslim or something. Do you know anyone in the REAL world who says "frickken"?
Andy Williams (1 month ago)
Yeah Allec. Fucking get it together.
186bingo (1 month ago)
azmaan ahmed no he doesnt
Roblox Tripreporter (1 month ago)
That dog is very lucky!
HighBrow Customs (1 month ago)
Once again, pilot failure caused the crash.
Ashley (1 month ago)
I saw an interview with one of the survivors of this crash. Her story was so heartbreaking. 😢
Flight Channel (10 days ago)
Ashley You mean the young lady who was 23 back then and going in this flight with her parents (who btw both died) for the Christmas holidays? Yeah, I watched that too, the three remaining survivors in fact make an annual meeting to look after each other, it said in the docu.
Un Mundo 1000 Aviones (1 month ago)
I am from sevilla valle del Cauca in colombia. The crash is in buga valle
Un Mundo 1000 Aviones (1 month ago)
SantiGoma. Que coincidencia
SantiGoma (1 month ago)
Un Mundo 1000 Aviones soy de Colombia también jaja
DJTexan 4202 (1 month ago)
This is why pilots should still fly manually and not rely on waypoint computers. But the manufacturers keep trying to get rid of pilots so airlines don’t have to pay them with the billions they have! But that’s the way life is nowadays.
Terry Offord (1 month ago)
You forgot to add,Eduardo, the probable magnetic/electrical interference/ failure of being fed correct and accurate driving voltage etc.,Also whereas computers do have a place they are generally not self correcting once an error has been entered, and then there's the psychological problem that once aircrew start using and become 'fully capable' of using AND understanding their pitfalls, there's the tendency to believe what you see is what you get. I would draw your attention to the STEAM Gauges you mention, such instruments got aircraft thru two world wars, in both day and nite conditions too. so please, DON"T think that Computers are infallible.
DJTexan 4202 (1 month ago)
Exactly. In 1976 pilots computer systems would be like modern day car navigation. It tells them where to go but they still control it which i think should still be used today. Not where the pilots just type things and the plane goes it own way. Computers arent perfect. Humans arent perfect. but computers are destroying our jobs and our sociality!
Terry Offord (1 month ago)
Sometimes, passing thru violent Electrical storms i.e. in Vietnam, not noted for reliable weather forecasts. loss of all the glass jobs makes one yearn for the 'old fashioned mechanical pressure controlled Info Dials and Meters.
Terry Offord (1 month ago)
Absolutel correct!!!
Terry Offord (1 month ago)
Any or at least MOST Air Force Pilots are more than adept at using Celestial navigation, (assuming a clear sky).
Sklawz (1 month ago)
The Mr. Rodgers music is lovely at the end..
Wilmer Loja (1 month ago)
One of Allen’s best and most tragic recreations has come to life at last. Very good job on this one, Allec!
Parata567 (1 month ago)
Could u do the flight with the soccer team Chapecoense on it?
Grant Christensen (1 month ago)
Can't believe this crap still happens.  Man is the problem, not the machines he created.
Darth KillsAll (1 month ago)
These videos are easier to view because very little human factor is present and its straight technical so thanks doode
bhc (23 days ago)
Agreed. The documentary ones always spend half the time telling the story of some randomly selected passenger with grieving relatives, and play up how miraculous it was that they finally found the black box. I like this format much better.
FSEVENMAN (1 month ago)
to confuse pilots fly a perfectly good aircraft into a mountain Jesus Christ how many times is that fucking happened enough already
Basem Benyamin (1 month ago)
My notification was 20 min. late to a great video...Keep up the great work,Allec!Great vid BTW!!!
Detective Gainz (1 month ago)
When you hear that music you know someone died 😭
Murtaza Ali Lehri (20 hours ago)
You're good looking.
gomphrena (1 month ago)
Detective Gainz • I watch them with sound turned off. I don't know why.
jacob de Rotschild-Excellent (1 month ago)
Detective Gainz no that's not true..
David Mayhew (1 month ago)
The treacle music is insulting.
HKA (1 month ago)
Should be "Since 2002, all aircraft with more than six passengers..." not six passengers.
Some One (1 month ago)
When u get ready to land & miss your dest, u panic.
Some One (1 month ago)
So sad
xXAskJeremyThatXx (1 month ago)
Any chance you can do Sterling Airways Flight 296?
xXAskJeremyThatXx (1 month ago)
Alex Gaming ROBLOXIAN (1 month ago)
Hey I know you! I'm your ally of your group sterling airways, im from Kish air
Clickbait Hunter (1 month ago)
My god its a disaster
gomphrena (1 month ago)
Oh, man. Every time the pilots spoke, or made a calculation or adjustment, it seems they just got into deeper doodie. So sad, RIP those who died. Wonder how the ones who ultimately survived are doing, if any are around today. And the DOG! Wonder if he lived to cross the Rainbow Bridge later.
gomphrena (12 days ago)
M.J. Leger • Thank you!
M.J. Leger (1 month ago)
I'm so glad! Good luck to you, "gomphrena" and may your pain lessen even more!!
gomphrena (1 month ago)
M.J. Leger • Aww! You've no idea how your reply just made my day. I'm disabled with chronic pain, and reading your answer made me smile and my heart leap. Thank you!
M.J. Leger (1 month ago)
Yes, the dog survived in his cage and was cared for by the Red Cross until an employee adopted him and took him home to the U.S.! "Milagro" the miracle dog!
GN (1 month ago)
Aeroperu 603? Please?
Carson The Marble and Avation Hub (1 month ago)
Plan : KLM flight 867
David Olie (1 month ago)
I think I've watched too many of these. Towards the end I was thinking, "Don't forget the speedbrakes, don't forget the speedbrakes..." Great job as always.
gil zur (1 month ago)
Amateur pilots
Terry Offord (1 month ago)
A well presented, yet very sad video, communication between Air & Ground is open to misinterpreation, hence the need to use ENGLISH,, many overseas ATC's have a 'spattering' of the language' not much use in such conditions.Circumstances were to blame as at this stage, both crew members were diverted from their major objective, i.e getting the CORRECT Way Point. Well presented video, excellent sub titles Thank you.
cyberdon (1 month ago)
These videos are excellent.
Qing Pei Samuel Chen (1 month ago)
Some more idiot pilots destroying things again
Christopher Sargeant (1 month ago)
The pilot of Colgan 3407, who pulled up to escape a stall, was an idiot; an idiot who shouldn't have even been employed at McDonalds. By contrast, in this case you have a pilot who made a relatively honest blunder that got compounded, as we see all too often in these stories.
Qing Pei Samuel Chen (1 month ago)
Terry Offord Okay But can you make it more simple? Like what Swiss001 said, you are one of the pilots who take stuff too seriously. I know that situation was bad but how about other pilots having the same situation!?
Terry Offord (1 month ago)
Qing Pei Samuel Chen: The pilots are not idiots. You should understand that situational awareness is EXTREMELY important at any time, at night even more so, the confusion came in the middle of a tricky change, concerned more with having/obtaining the correct way point overtook the assessment of where they were at that time. By the way Idiots are not usually employed in the airline flying business, in the Directorship of Airlines YES, Flying types NO!!!
Awesome S5 guy (1 month ago)
Allec Joshua Ibay thats correct
asif khan (1 month ago)
flying is really safe blah blah till the pilots get get confused, then you die. pilots are human and will continue to fuck up.