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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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Mr MEMé (1 month ago)
Theres ONE Big Stuff upp/Mistake which as Professional pilots they ignored (a Warning Sign) und which may have Ultimately Saved them xxxxx
Phantom096 (1 month ago)
So few years back add to this that it was common for pilots to drink alcohol and fly. Good thing these days they put an end to that. We hope. I was confused myself watching and felt lost in the dark at low altitude and I know there is mountains all over the place. So which is it runway 1 or 19??? Still trying to figure that out myself. Knew 3 passengers. RIP 965
Comments (1 month ago)
Don't remember any plane ever survived the "Pull up. Pull up..." in this series. Want to see an exception if there is one.
TanThirdy YT (1 month ago)
R.I.P Here lies the people who died Like here if you cried or got sad or wanna pray Click here! 👇
CinKidNV (1 month ago)
Could have titled this on "Cluster in the cockpit.".
The Masked Heel (1 month ago)
Typical men...not stopping to ask for directions.
Phantom096 (1 month ago)
The Masked Heel 😆
Sama Lass (1 month ago)
Why would you fly a plane with a destroyed radar?
Ian (2 months ago)
Clowns
Mike Hersee (2 months ago)
A clusterfuck of unprofessionalism there
Mark Brown (2 months ago)
How do PILOTS get to fly..I just wish the passengers were taken out of the equation. Let the PILOTS fly themselves to their own doom.
Jeanthebest (2 months ago)
Ayeee send me the link for that 757 captain plane
Arnold Stollar (3 months ago)
It may have been abducted by ufo, and is now on a distant planet.
J PR (3 months ago)
Doesn’t an airplane have GPS to allow the crew to know at all times where they are in relationship to their surroundings?
J PR (3 months ago)
Why would the US Govt allow US airlines to fly into an airport that is not capable of offering what is pretty much basic technology infrastructure?
Niklas Enblom (3 months ago)
Is this what they call losing situational awareness? So sad. RIP.
Team Ski (3 months ago)
A comedy of errors that resulted in a tragedy. Gotta love third world countries.
Freddy Cellophane (3 months ago)
Going back to Cali? No, I don't think so.
TheHaratashi (3 months ago)
Good Lord it was like the 3 stooges flying the plane.
MITUCLA is a dirty word in Urundi Burundi (3 months ago)
Creepy fucking music at the end......
MegaSunspark (3 months ago)
Looks like Capt. Tafuri Tafucked up. One thing more than anything else that caused this accident is the Capt. selecting an unintended way point on the FMS and executing it without realizing it....completely not following protocol of double checking it on your own and then asking your co-pilot to confirm it before pressing execute.
ronald reagan (3 months ago)
one thing i like very much from channel it is the facts only video format old school documentaries are filled up with a lot of bullshit drama which is very distracting. here we have straight to the meat approach very good indeed. there are some flaws like the lettering but still ok. fun and learning, however the sad outcome that sometimes happens for the loss of life and the efforts from the part of the pilots to save themselves and the passengers
recon forsales (4 months ago)
american pilots are the best pilots in the world
Rick Shawn (4 months ago)
The terrain warning should warn at least 2 minutes in advance.... does not seem to allow too much time and warns only at the very last moment, usually to late.
Rick Shawn (4 months ago)
shouldn't the air brakes disengage automatically when the throttle is pushed full forward? I mean it seems so obvious.
Jonathan Monroy (4 months ago)
Had family members on this flight. My cousin and his daughter survived. I lived in Colombia at the time and I remember my parents rushing us to the hospital when they got rescued. I was 5 years old and my 5 year old cousin had just lost her mother and brother in this flight. She was laying on a hospital bed with sever injuries. Seeing this video brings back memories. Crazy how simple miscommunication and not properly checking your instruments can end in disaster for so many lives. All these factors could have been avoided but destiny had deemed it so as to make this tragedy happen.
MITUCLA is a dirty word in Urundi Burundi (3 months ago)
Condolences to you for the horrible experience but it wasn't destiny or fate or karma or god. Just a bad mistake.
Leighton Samms (4 months ago)
I could never forget that as it happened when we were in Florida, having gone there 2 days before, it really bothered my wife.
iunstoppable1 (4 months ago)
Human error is always a bitch in these scenarios
Aircraft Expert 360 (4 months ago)
Why is it Light during Boarding and then Dark during Departure
ronald reagan (3 months ago)
the flight took off about one hour and half late.
opugilist (4 months ago)
Anyone out there still buy the laughably sick story that on 9/11/01, four amateur fools flew at 500mph at 35000' from the east coast to the midwest, and then BY LINE OF SIGHT returned to Virginia and the East Coast, striking targets with pinpoint accuracy (as if they had maps and compasses spread over the instrument panel and high end optics as they looked for ground landmarks)?? Seriously. Smh.
markissable (4 months ago)
These pilots are IDIOTS! Just saying....
Penguin1290 (4 months ago)
This shit makes me so mad. The more of these I watch the more times it turns up that the pilots don't have a fucking clue how to actually FLY A PLANE (with a couple outstanding exceptions). They're just operating a computer, and more often than not they're piss poor at it. Why would you hire a bunch of 50 and 60 year old men to run a computer system. I sure as hell wouldn't.
Albert Chehade (4 months ago)
FARC Kennel! Total loss of Situational Awareness. .......Seconds from Disaster........ I just cannot believe my ears, nor my eyes regarding what is unfolding from this video. The FO is far too complacent, and is in total belief that the captain has all the answers. Short cuts = short life. Pity so many people suffered fatalities because of this. Tragic.
Klaus S (4 months ago)
Very tragic and not to expect from a PRO - pilot!
Ray's Dad (4 months ago)
Unusual degree of confusion in the cockpit. They truly had no idea where they were or what to do next.
thomas fritz (4 months ago)
Great job Thanks again Allec. Thomas Fritz
akwardturtleee (4 months ago)
And American Airlines still does exist? After this and the 9/11 attacks.
The Progressive Christian (5 months ago)
OK, so I get that Captain Tafuri should have confirmed his input to the ROZO way point, but if you're gonna automate the flight, build in some basic checks,like, oh, I don't know, if you make an input that deviates from the original flight plan, you get an audible warning saying so? I'm not even a pilot, or aeronautical engineer, or anything close to an aviation expert, and even I know something so basic? Does anyone ever use their brains anymore? Geez, it would have saved everyone on board, unless the pilots were complete morons, or impaired somehow
Marwan Mero (5 months ago)
نرلن
MITUCLA is a dirty word in Urundi Burundi (3 months ago)
Berlin?
Janice Rosenberg (5 months ago)
Yes please make sure I'm keeping comments thanks
Robert Gantry (5 months ago)
Friggin Larry, Curly, and Moe. Jeeze.
TehBear Legend415 (5 months ago)
if the dog died i wolud cry to drath
Ernest Kovach (5 months ago)
You are in a mountainous country. Rule #1 GET ALTITUDE higher than EVEREST! Rule #2: PAY ATTENTION TO ALL YOUR CONTROLS ...ALWAYS. There are 3 of you at least in the cockpit, ONE PAIR OF Eyes AT ALL TIME GLUED on the controls. Let the others in the cock pit fiddle faddle with the maps, slats, breaks, etc. but YOU the Pilot have got to remember to disengage the breaks and other things when situations change or become complex. THINK! K.I.S. Keep it Simple. These guys were just so incompetent. Here is what they should have said: To the Control tower , we screwed up due to poor communication with you. We will not hit R or T points like we were supposed to do, Be more clear next time, OK. Now then, Please advise or "Here is what we plan to do..." NEXT, get the plane at a HIGH Altitude taller than Everest whenever you are that far out , in the dark of night AND IN A VERY mountainous nation. ALTITUDE people, AL-TI- TUDE!
Timoteus Bygdås (5 months ago)
757 300 american airlines is my fav
bruzote (3 months ago)
A favorite accident?
Dave Smith (5 months ago)
Another simulation of this flight did NOT fill in the details here about the conversation in the cockpit and the waypoint choices. It did show terrain maps, and it also mentioned that the airbrakes were not retracted.
Clark Gable (6 months ago)
jeez .... what a CLUSTER FUCK
Kent Betts (6 months ago)
The video fails to mention that while the pilots were approaching Columbia, they were discussing the minutia of union rules and allowable duty hours. The conversation was extremely distracting, mostly due to the pilot, who was trying to show off his knowledge of labor rules. This conversation eventually led to the accident, since instead of discussing labor rules they needed to be planning their approach. The level of performance by the flight crew was below the necessary professionalism needed in their role. The airport staff at Cali was a little sketchy. If the airplane has inertial navigation and a DME, it is not essential to report passing a VOR station. The flight was basically goofy.
John Marston (7 months ago)
Alcohol was found inside of the 57yo captain's body. And btw, you copied alot of this word by word from Wikipedia
Leighton Samms (7 months ago)
We were in Plantation FLA, on our yearly visit, never forgot this accident, but it all starts with FARC as having blown up the 1st nav aid, so they would not have tried to go back, then the ,language problem, then COLOMBIA claiming the PILOTS WERE DRUNK, hell, after they were in the tropical heat your stomach load starts fermenting, so they had to go back, on that claim.. there were survivors, but sorry for those whom never made it RIP.
Goldman's Sack (7 months ago)
I'm going to ask first, look later, but have you done any of the de Havilland Comet crashes? Concorde? Thanks.
TREW MEDIA (7 months ago)
I remember Seeing this on a TV show
ChibiGingi (7 months ago)
Of the many things you hope never to hear from your captain, I'm sure "we got fucked up, haven't we?" is among the top of those... RIP.
keith hunter (7 months ago)
Allec...a black outline on the white letters really would improve your videos...white letters on a white background is difficult to read.
GroomLeader (7 months ago)
That's stunning, that a captain and co-pilot with a combined 19,000 hours of flight time could make mistakes like that.
Adeola Olamide (7 months ago)
I'm sorry
The Interstellar Nomad (7 months ago)
begin your videos with music, Allec.
tim clifton (7 months ago)
Curly, Larry and Moe decided to land Mr. Druthers big jet airplane. Comedy doesn't ensue.
Constitution_89 (7 months ago)
I'll tell ya,' every time I hear the word 'forgot' as mentioned here it really pisses me off that some idiot's incompetence causes so many deaths. I think that along with flight hours experience ALL pilots should be required to have a minimally acceptable IQ score before being considered as the senior flight operator on ANY plane. The verbal exchanges with all concerned sounded like none had an IQ signaling anything above average. They actually, the Captain especially, sounded as mature as teenagers out for a sports event on a weeknight.
D'yer Maker (8 months ago)
Leftists destroy everything. Thanks FARC.
novola1972 (8 months ago)
Watching those videos make me sad even the most qualified pilots make stupid mistakes
I wanna be FIT! (8 months ago)
I’m not a pilot & don’t understand the jargon. My question is “If you’ve never flown that route before, how would you know you’re flying into a mountainous area?” Are pilots briefed on flights they will be working & told what to expect - as in mountains in the area? If you’re flying to a country in which you don’t speak the language, why not have a pilot that does? Flying at night the problem or were they just too preoccupied or distracted? I apologize if the questions are ridiculous, but is this ALL pilot error? 4/3/18 @ 12:19P.
BornSerious (8 months ago)
I wanna be FIT! Agree. I like these videos but this one had lots of jargon I didn't recognize and the commentary was faster than usual. And I kept getting the captain's name (Tafuri) mixed up with the location (Tulua).
Mizzy Roro (8 months ago)
It just seems so weird how professional pilots including a captain charged with the lives of hundreds of passengers could be so lost in not knowing where they are, where they're going or what they're Doing? This is not the wide plains of Kansas. Take your job and the lives you are carrying behind you more seriously. These 4 bars on your shoulders shouldn't come easy for good reason.
john paul (8 months ago)
greed by the airline caused this accident how tf the airline is okay working with an airport that doesnt have a radar and not using full english communication the only guilty here is the airline by exposing the crew and passengers to this for a few $$$ ,colombia was such shithole in the nineties glad now is one of more stable south american countries
bruzote (3 months ago)
This so-called shithole country has real people doing real travel, as it did in the 90s. Would you have had another airline with even lower safety standards fly out of their instead of a major airline? If the airport was open for business, the public was going to fly. AA tried to give them travel and their aircrew failed.
Liberty Rising (8 months ago)
Fucking idiots.
Allec Joshua Ibay (8 months ago)
Liberty Rising They weren't idiots. They were highly trained professionals that got caught up on a stressful situation
Tazer183 (9 months 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 (9 months 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"!
James Bond Fan 2008 AUTTP (9 months ago)
Lost.
nick wilson (9 months ago)
How did any humans survive, never mind a small dog!
tripleheshy (9 months ago)
Sorry to report but our radar was blown up by the FARC three years ago soooooo........good luck Amigos.
Marcus Nathaniel Settles (9 months ago)
can you please shut up
My Email (9 months ago)
Bad editing.. to fast to read and I am a book worm
Jimmy Barr (9 months ago)
Wonder if the survivors were seated at the back of the plane?
Cheryl Lynne (5 months ago)
Jimmy Barr They were all seated within two rows of each other near the exit over the wing.
cprice2011 (9 months ago)
Do flight 227 please
Frank Bowne (9 months ago)
Why they shouldn't have schedules, have no later than, time.
soccerguy2433 (9 months 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 (9 months 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 (9 months ago)
The title of this video made me think that at some point you should do Oceanic 815 from Lost
MrCapi55 (9 months 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 (9 months ago)
Going back to Cali......I don't think so. It had to be done.
Charlotte Schreffler (9 months ago)
That's right. I wondered about the other people who survived, and the dog.
Charlotte Schreffler (9 months 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.
jaden jokes (10 months ago)
I'm going on American in June..
enegue baul (10 months ago)
Why put people in Columbian ATC who cannot speak proper English?
Ladislav Husivarga (10 months ago)
Such a sad tragic story.. My prayers to all passengers. I pray for current pilots that they are aware of details..
Pedro Chemim (10 months ago)
If it was not the speedbrakes deployed they could have make it. So sad.
Aiden The Aviator (10 months ago)
Can you please do the Überlingen mid-air collision eventually, that'll be a awesome one to see.
bruzote (3 months ago)
Awesome?
DUde101 (10 months ago)
I never knew MIA ever had a Runway 27R
s penfold (10 months ago)
Do iranair 655
sephirotic87 (10 months 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 (10 months ago)
what a shit show in that cockpit....
Jay Su (10 months ago)
How did the brown dog survive?
Gibbous (10 months ago)
Jay Su maybe the cage it was in absorbed the shock of the impact
Mulatto Identity Extremist (10 months ago)
Can you do pan am flight 214?
Lee Hunt (10 months ago)
Saratov Airlines Flight 703 please!
pepperwestwood (10 months 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!
habaciaba (10 months 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 (10 months ago)
Please consider doing the N130HP, "Tanker 130" where the wings fell off.
I’m scared, hungry, lonely, tired, and confused (10 months ago)
Do the red army choir crash or the one that crashed yesterday south of Moscow when investigations come out.
Jack Stearns (10 months ago)
When more details come out you should to the sarotov crash that happened today.
Alex Aviation (10 months ago)
scary
Ali A (10 months ago)
One crashed outside Moscow
FNAF man 1987 productions (10 months ago)
Do American flight 96 remake