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Fatal Delivery | UPS Airlines Flight 6

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Please support this channel by following me on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/allecibay UPS Airlines Flight 6 was a cargo flight operated by UPS Airlines. On September 3, 2010, a Boeing 747-400 flying the route between Dubai International Airport and Cologne Bonn Airport developed an in-flight fire, with the fumes and subsequent crash resulting in the death of the two crew members. The aircraft had departed Dubai International earlier, but returned after reporting smoke in the cockpit. It was the first fatal air crash for UPS Airlines. The crash caused an examination of safety procedures protecting airliners from cockpit smoke. Credits go to Mayday (Air Crash Investigation, Air Emergency, Air Disasters in other places) for the video clips of the crash and aftermath! Watch the actual episode here! http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x3rlpts Music: Lonely Artist: Mylatestfantasy Listen to the entire music here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c1V7yuUyyxU Like, comment, and subscribe if you enjoyed. Follow me on: https://www.facebook.com/allec.ibay https://twitter.com/joshandroma
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David Carter (3 hours ago)
Tough one ...seemed like Doha was closest might have been better but guy did all he could hats off to him.
jose perales (8 hours ago)
AND THEY WE ARE COMPLAINING WHEN OUR PACKAGE ARRIVES LATE
Tungsten Kid (17 hours ago)
Just an idea but maybe airliners should be designed with airtight cockpits to guarantee no smoke can get in?.....PS- the captain collapsed unable to breathe, but why didn't the co-pilot, had he got an oxygen mask?......PS again- don't airlines have a small side window that could be opened to help clear the smoke?
MCPD MCPD (18 hours ago)
Semper Fi Matthew Bell you did what a Marine does he fought to the end to save his commanding officer and their vessel, gung ho, rest in peace gentleman ✌
Joyce Bunn (1 day ago)
This is so sad.
schrap72 (1 day ago)
OMG, it's such an awful tragedy. Bell was incredibly brave. He really deserves a posthumous award for bravery in adverse conditions.
sarah louise (1 day ago)
lithium batteries are a pain in the ass
Jimmy Rouse (1 day ago)
First thing on that check list should be if there's a fire land immediately
MichaelTEns (2 days ago)
Tears for my fellow UPS’ers....
GABRIELA DAWSON (2 days ago)
Damn R.I.P to Both Pilots...But I’m Curious where was the rest of the Crew besides the pilots? And why aren’t there supposed to be fire Extinguishers onboard the Aircraft ? And why didn’t the other Crew members immediately go to the Cargo Hold to Assess the Situation???
jeffrey Scott Orrell (2 days ago)
may they both rest in peace,I just hope UPS Takes care of Their Loved Ones,May God Bless...
Fire Chicken (3 days ago)
To Officer Mathew Bell.. Simper Fi brother.. R.I.P..
Mike Stokes (3 days ago)
UPS killed them pilots they should’ve had the best to begin with damn
Charlie Pyles (3 days ago)
My friend was Captain on this flight. I still miss Doug's smile after all these years.
jeffrey Scott Orrell (2 days ago)
Im sorry for your loss,Sir.
Tony Gareth (3 days ago)
Awful
SuperEagle421 (4 days ago)
The pilot fought his darnest to try and stay alive. You think there would be high tech devices to say for example suck out the smoke from the cockpit to at least allow the pilots to see. The captain could not get to his secondary oxygen supply. Lithium batteries burning and smoking up the damn plane. No sprinkler system or fire extinguisher type material to help contain the flames. Just too many things that can go wrong which are inexplicably always addressed after the tragedy happens. May the souls of the pilots rest in peace.
Jane Doe (4 days ago)
this was so sad; both pilots deserve medals post-humously
franklin taylor (4 days ago)
...Whatever, them UPS Pilots are some Dead Ducks Now!
Suicide Jones (5 days ago)
issue #1: microphones need configuring?? issue #2: steel burns?? i know it rusts..
Suicide Jones (5 days ago)
issue #3: surrounded by desert, but nowhere to ditch?? seriously??
Aaron Walderslade (5 days ago)
I knew it would be bloody batteries. Just remember next time you're on a commercial flight never pack any kind of battery in your hold luggage. It needs to be in the cabin so the fire can be tackled. Don't put keys or anything metal anywhere near your battery packs.
Sam Dehne (5 days ago)
THE MIRACLE OF IT ALL Maybe the most amazing part of this tragic story is that nobody was killed on the ground. By the most miraculous of miracles!!!!
Sam Dehne (5 days ago)
THREE CREW MEMBERS! Just another reason to have 3 pilots. The extra pilot could have gone back and fought the fire. Case closed. Well almost closed.
Richard Bell (6 days ago)
The terrible irony was the ad that streamed with this video, when I started to watch it: A company that recycles lithium-ion batteries! Lithium-ion batteries are a severe fire hazard, as they supply their own oxygen. Any fire involving lithium-ion batteries cannot be extinguished by any means.
Fred Trabucco (6 days ago)
Bell you did everything you could do. God bless you 🙏😇🙏😇🙏 ❣️ rest in peace.
SEAN SILVER POWER (7 days ago)
GOD BLESS BELL AND FAMILY'S 🙏 🇺🇸
eric vansteenlandt (7 days ago)
Never carry Lithium batteries in a airplane !!
Why am i Here (8 days ago)
BORING ASS CHANNEL
Robert Gift (9 days ago)
Did the fire suppression system fail? Or insufficient? Why did the SCBA (self contained breathing apparatus) fail?
Natasha cutie pie (10 days ago)
I'm so sick of seeing planes smack belly first & literally burst into flames even close to the ground. They need to find a way to making these flying Bombs safer or hurry with teleportation. Too many unnecessary lives lost because we picked the worst material to put together to make flight as dangerous as possible with nothing between us & God but a giant flying bomb driven by a pilot you hope isn't inept. If God wanted us to fly, he would've given us wings!
zoe birch (11 days ago)
Wow I’ve watched so many of these videos but this one really got me.
JarHead (11 days ago)
Depressing that he crashed into a military base which was conveniently not listed early on as a potential emergency landing spot
brian bowes (11 days ago)
Maybee the dislikes are people that cant do well with tradgety. I am so sorry for those pilots but would NEVER point down. If you are a decent person then you feel what the 2 pilots felt as close as one can get, that is.
brian bowes (11 days ago)
Why do they makes fixes after a plane crashes.
Greggg57 (11 days ago)
2 stinking hours of oxygen is all they put on that enormous airplane! 2 stinking hours. Chintzy freight companies. That shows how much they value their 'freight dogs'.
L B (11 days ago)
First officer we salute you and your bravery!!! RIP both of you!!!
L B (11 days ago)
Dark video, bad video...bad bad!!!
Hester Lolt (12 days ago)
No wonder my darned iPad didn't show up
knightfive (10 days ago)
That has got to be one of the saddest, a military pilot fighting til the end...man there has got to be improvements made...I mean my god he had it to Dubai, could have landed with some improvements, one being communication, the other a freaken fire encasing (control) in the damn cockpit..I mean come on...a flashlight, exterior smoke vent, you need your best chance, need to keep the damn pilots alive and able to land it....SO CLOSE
Erwin Frazier (13 days ago)
RIP Pilots. I'm thinking what it must have been like and terrifying.
I.maiden 4 life eddie (13 days ago)
Well there goes my overnight delivery that I paid a ton of money lol
Robert Young (13 days ago)
Did all that he could do, no more could have been done RIP to both pilots
R H (15 days ago)
That's just awful how close he was to making it but everything that could go wrong went wrong.
Lee Dile (15 days ago)
*Damn it!!! I was so hoping officer Bell was gonna land that plane!!! God bless both the pilots and their families*
SW- EDC (15 days ago)
You both did what you could under those intense circumstances. RIP
Will Not (15 days ago)
Damn. !!!!.... The man tried his damnest... I know this man is with the Lord safe and sound.
pltking (16 days ago)
Bell did all he could, god bless. That is impossible to understand the pressure and situation it would have been. RIP
LiberalsAreWorthless (17 days ago)
880 dislikes?! Wtf kinda sh*t is that?! Heartless douchebags....
Daniel Brown (17 days ago)
Wow, FO Bell held it together longer than I thought. Just reaffirms how much pilots truly need ATC. It's not just a 2 man job in the cockpit, it's the ultimate collaborative effort between ground and air.
Daniel Brown (17 days ago)
You'd think by now, with all of the crashes that have ensued from fires on a plane, that the FAA would demand each and every plane be outfitted with impenetrable materials covering everything needed to steer and land the planes safely in the event of an emergency. Ailerons Hydraulics Rudders Elevators Etc. Etc. I'm sure pilots will want to add to this list as I'm clearly a novice but you see what I'm getting at right? Anybody? Anyone? Maybe? No? Oh ok, just me then 😳
The People's Staff (19 days ago)
I can't watch these anymore or I'll never fly
Bruce Monterosso (19 days ago)
Seems that some emergency smoke evacuation system, at least relative to the cockpit, would have made a world of difference. Is that not possible? RIP to both brave men.
teribly (20 days ago)
Great attempt by both pilots to recover but in the circumstances, with the benefit of hindsight, immediate ditching might have been the best option
Rob (20 days ago)
So sad, they tried so hard.
John O'Neill (20 days ago)
The stress he was under I can't even imagine.
Rich Wilson (21 days ago)
So sad. He tried so hard. Bless his heart.
Rene Dulnuan (23 days ago)
LORDS OF HOSTS prinsesa Rene spiritual forces Raid one Let BAYGONS Bee By GONES !
Giovanni Annnitto (23 days ago)
So sorry what happen but what brave men they were and not to lose focus. Prayers to the families and how could anybody give it a thumbs down you all should be a shamed of yourself. You live in a country that you have so much.
Drew par (23 days ago)
Did the people who paid for the airmail shipping get a refund
Steve Ababan (23 days ago)
Were those China's batteries?
Gene Simmons (23 days ago)
Wasn't UPS contracted to fly sht encrusted 'plate lips' from Afrisht to America? I cringe every time I see any vehicle or person wearing the UPS badge. RIP Mr. Bell.
Ronald Dickerson (25 days ago)
Csswit
Charles Robinson (25 days ago)
Should've put them on cargo ships and let us truck drivers do the rest
Barbie (26 days ago)
What a horrible tragedy. So sorry.
Glenn Parker (26 days ago)
One of the problems with hi-tech aviation of today is that pilots and aircraft are not trained or configured to fly by the "seat of your pants". When hi-tech fails a pilot should be able to control an airplane like before hi-tech came along. No dialing into a FMS or setting up autopilot, etc.
Gendo Ikari (26 days ago)
Upsetting..!! Pilot to Co-pilot: just open the cockpit ventilation window!!! Copilot: ..we don't have one.... (Even my 58 Ford has got a flip window...) Upsetting..!!
Chris Wakefield (26 days ago)
Instead of executing the checklist would it not have been better to try killing the fire?
tugboat (24 days ago)
Chris Wakefield The first action on the list was to contain the fire...
Kid Minneapolis (26 days ago)
Just when you think it can't get any worse...
GoldenAce57 (27 days ago)
Some more information: The First Officer is credited with saving countless lives just before his plane crashed. Knowing his situation and hearing the GPWS call outs in the cockpit, he knew there was nothing more he can do. Straight ahead of him, he could see several lights which meant it was a residential area. For his last control inputs, instead of trying to climb to try and make it back to the airport to save his own life, he turned the plane as hard as he could to the right, causing the right wing to hit the ground because he was so close to the ground. This control input steered the plane away from the homes, even though the First Officer knew it would cause him to crash. That right there is airmenship and a respect for human life at a level I have never seen before. More specifically, the plane was carrying 81,000 lithium batteries ranging in all sizes. The NTSB conducted tests and recorded them and put them online. In only 45 seconds, a box of 100 AA lithium batteries soared to a temperature of over 2,000°F. With 81,000 batteries, no fire surpression system can handle that. You would literally need an entire fleet of Airport Rescue and Fire Fighting trucks on board to contain a fire of that magnitude. Fly high my friends.
shariys1 (27 days ago)
Damn. That FO was a HERO. He did everything he could. RIP to those brave pilots.
CoopDville78 (28 days ago)
Come on , you could have at least given a few seconds to post the photos of the pilots as a memorial.
JJ’s SnB (29 days ago)
Aww man he tried so hard so sad
Timothy McGinnis (29 days ago)
RIP Both Pilots
Jay Hansen (29 days ago)
Pilots usually have it easy in a crash because they are managing the emergency and don't have too much time to think about anything else. A blessing in disguise. Years ago I saw they were considering a large type of balloon for use in smoke filled cockpits. One simply inflates the thing and looks through it. Let me tell you all something. I am like almost all pilots. For us, flying is everything. We dream about it all our lives. We want nothing, but to fly. We know the risks. We know when we run out of airspeed, altitude and options all at the same time death usually awaits us. It's not nearly enough to keep us on the ground. A client of mine told me of his little brother, who was a helicopter pilot in Vietnam. This pilot had the opportunity to do anything wealth and privilege would allow. His big brother couldn't understand why he just HAD to go to Vietnam and fly. While flying a "dust off" mission he was killed by a direct hit by an RPG. I explained to his big brother, now an old man, why he did it. My words didn't convey the idea I was trying to get across to him but my spirit did. He saw the fire in my eye when I spoke of flying. He saw that had I been given the choice I would have chosen to fly for the sake of flight and the risk of death would mean nothing. The old guy understands now. It's magic to us. It's just one of those things that make us who we are. Remember, a mile of road will take you a mile but a mile of runway will take you anywhere on earth you may want to go. Absolute magic. 🤙
Clare Ravenwood (1 month ago)
Poor beggars never had a chance. Imagine being all alone trying to land knowing you might have minutes to live.
MONYC 57 (1 month ago)
Four years late I found this video. What an amazing display of calm under pressure by Bell. He deserved to make it, The ship did its best, too. if he'd managed to hit the 0 instead off the one he might have made it. perhaps voice control for autopilot could be a thing? "Siri, shift to heading 095." "shifting to 095. Confirm." :Yes, Siri, confirm." :Siri descend to 120 feet and slow to 160 knots.... and so on. iPhones can do it. I imagine planes can do it now, too.
James Baxter And The Beachballs (1 month ago)
Wow for just reading words ... That was fuking intense .
Meech Von KERFILY (1 month ago)
Je comprends pas ! Un post ça me suffit pourtant .
Meech Von KERFILY (1 month ago)
Ceci n'est pas un accident , mais un crime de plus ! Deux pilotes dans un avion de TPP , PAX ou cargo ne peuvent absolument rien faire pour se défendre face à toute défaillance majeure systeme ou incendie ! QUe ce soit feu électrique en soute comme Swissair 111 en 98 , ou sur ce vol UPS 06, l' avion et ses occupants ( 229 sur Sw111) sont condamnés dès le début du feu . Mais ne le dites à personne ! Les banques du NWO se défoncent pour que personne ne comprenne : ils ont viré les troisième homme des cockpits , le FE ou l' OMN ( en french ) , celui qui sauva tant d' avions et que ces banquiers ont choisi de virer pour éconocroquer sur son salaire !. Je volais encore quand ils nous ont joué leur pipeau pour le B737-200 , cockpit à deux .. (Texte Pipo = en cas de rif = on touche à rien et on se pose en moins de 15 mn .. En Europe vu la densité APT , c'était acceptable ... Puis ils l'ont fait sur Longs ..; en bloquant toute polémique ! car là , rien n'était plus acceptable = le NWO s'imposait ... sans bruit... jusqu' au premier trou dans l' eau ) Sachez au moins ceci : POUR DEUX PILOTES SEULS dès QU'UNE PANNE SYSTEME MAJEURE OU UN INCENDIE SE DECLARE , LA CHARGE DE TRAVAIL EXPLOSE JUSTE DU FAIT DE GESTION TRAJECTOIRE EMERGENCY ..... ET PERSONNE NE PEUT PLUS QUITTER SON SIEGE ! Donc la petite intervention en soute ou en cabine qui stopperait le sinistre est impossible . Et en vol toute petite défaillance , si elle n'est pas traitée , devient très vite incontrôlable , si délaissé ! (voir Murphy's law ) Ainsi le feu électrique de soute sur Swissair 111 , comme bien d' autres mensongèrement classés" accidents " ne sont plus des accident , mais cause logique de choix criminels délibérés pour raison du bénef pour ceux qui ne sont jamais à bord de ces cercueils potentiels !
Meech Von KERFILY (1 month ago)
Ceci n'est pas un accident , mais un crime de plus ! Deux pilotes dans un avion de TPP , PAX ou cargo ne peuvent absolument rien faire pour se défendre face à toute défaillance majeure systeme ou incendie ! QUe ce soit feu électrique en soute comme Swissair 111 en 98 , ou sur ce vol UPS 06, l' avion et ses occupants ( 229 sur Sw111) sont condamnés dès le début du feu . Mais ne le dites à personne ! Les banques du NWO se défoncent pour que personne ne comprenne : ils ont viré les troisième homme des cockpits , le FE ou l' OMN ( en french ) , celui qui sauva tant d' avions et que ces banquiers ont choisi de virer pour éconocroquer sur son salaire !. Je volais encore quand ils nous ont joué leur pipeau pour le B737-200 , cockpit à deux .. (Texte Pipo = en cas de rif = on touche à rien et on se pose en moins de 15 mn .. En Europe vu la densité APT , c'était acceptable ... Puis ils l'ont fait sur Longs ..; en bloquant toute polémique ! car là , rien n'était plus acceptable = le NWO s'imposait ... sans bruit... jusqu' au premier trou dans l' eau ) Sachez au moins ceci : POUR DEUX PILOTES SEULS dès QU'UNE PANNE SYSTEME MAJEURE OU UN INCENDIE SE DECLARE , LA CHARGE DE TRAVAIL EXPLOSE JUSTE DU FAIT DE GESTION TRAJECTOIRE EMERGENCY ..... ET PERSONNE NE PEUT PLUS QUITTER SON SIEGE ! Donc la petite intervention en soute ou en cabine qui stopperait le sinistre est impossible . Et en vol toute petite défaillance , si elle n'est pas traitée , devient très vite incontrôlable , si délaissé ! (voir Murphy's law ) Ainsi le feu électrique de soute sur Swissair 111 , comme bien d' autres mensongèrement classés" accidents " ne sont plus des accident , mais cause logique de choix criminels délibérés pour raison du bénef pour ceux qui ne sont jamais à bord de ces cercueils potentiels !
John Gibson (1 month ago)
I worked for ups at that time it was so sad to take in the news R.I.P XX
Rattlerjake1 (1 month ago)
What is amazing to me is that these planes cost SOOOOOO much, yet they have the absolute minimum in safety equipment for the pilots. And considering that lithium batteries have been a fire hazard since the 70s-80s, why aren't they transported in a fire proof container well before this?
Francine Gough (1 month ago)
Now I have a lot of questions, why didn't the systems respond to commands, why only 2 hours of emergency oxygen on board for each pilot. Why did the captain's air run out way before the first officer, why no safety goggles on board to preserve eyesight in the event the cockpit is filled with smoke. Bell sounded calm and in control but aweful to be left to do it all alone.
Francine Gough (1 month ago)
On my goodness, can't stop the tears from flowing they made a very valiant effort to get the plane down safely, may they both rest in peace
Geo Thomas (1 month ago)
DOESN'T HELP THE PILOTS THAT DIES DOES IT?
Julie Bell (1 month ago)
so sad :(
Brian Stevens (1 month ago)
So so Sad! My heart goes out to there families.
Leroy Curnew (1 month ago)
So sad.
Jophy Danny (1 month ago)
RIP Bell!!. You put up a good fight although you lost the battle.
Randy Correia (1 month ago)
A totally avoidable accident what a horrible tragedy
William Nelson (1 month ago)
Wrong.once a Marine always a Marine. Had Marines in my family.
Tom Power (1 month ago)
Lithium batteries! No wonder the depressurization or the fire mitigation system couldn't help. Their fate was sealed, the only thing you could have possibly done was ditch it in the Persian Gulf with wheels up
Jim C (1 month ago)
videos with no narration and only words on screen = like silent movies, lame. clicking ouit.
HEIDI FISHER (1 month ago)
OMG, HOW AWFUL. these pilots tried desperately to land this fireball. I'm not sure of airplane lingo. so much going on here trying to land. we take for granted how packages get delivered worldwide. RIP, PILOTS, PRAYERS TO THEIR FAMILIES, AND UPS.🙏💜
Miguel Salami (1 month ago)
I wonder had the main pilot with much more experience had been concous if he would have landed safely. But with the wrong heading setting & no landing gear this plane was doomed.
Mr Tanner (1 month ago)
Awww fuck. 😞
Noangeltosin (1 month ago)
The breath came out of me when I read he dialed in .195 instead of .095 , plus n land gear. It was a no win situation.
Barry Elkins (1 month ago)
There is a god and a heaven and a he'll will save your soul
Barry Elkins (1 month ago)
I'll keep it through and l will keep respect full
Barry Elkins (1 month ago)
Well you think
Gerry Wolf (1 month ago)
Seems to me everyone but the pilot was utterly f****** incompetent he died from the incompetence of the people he needed to rely upon to save his life. Why wasn't the military base f****** given enlisted to help land the plane