Boeing 747-400 landing in KLAX

We’re approaching Los Angeles and it’s time to discuss our approach. We’re coming from Las Vegas to this point HECTOR. This is a beacon. Then along this line all the way to Los Angeles. This is programmed in the Flight Management System. Maybe interesting to see are these red numbers. These are minimal heights in…

How Airlines Price Flights

This video was made possible by Blue Apron. Get three free meals from Blue Apron by being one of the first 100 people to sign up at the link below. Airline ticket pricing probably seems like a crapshoot. The numbers change seemingly arbitrarily every week, day, or hour, but there’s some real science behind these…

How Emirates Makes 225,000 In-Flight Meals A Day

Narrator: Here in Dubai, Emirates Flight Catering makes 110 million in-flight meals a year. As the world’s largest catering facility, they run 24/7, cooking up every snack, dessert, and main dish eaten by the airline’s 55 million passengers a year. And these travelers eat a lot. In 2018, Emirates passengers downed 72 million bread rolls,…

Essential Travel Packing Tips & Hacks for 2019!

>>MAT: Hey everyone, We just got back from our most recent trip to Portugal & Spain and we’ve got some great packing and travel tips that we want to share with you to make your next trip more efficient and comfortable. This trip was a little bit complicated to pack for so it really forced…

Flight Attendants Reveal Secrets About Flying

– Do not drink the airplane bathroom water. (funky upbeat music) – Do people attempt to join the Mile High Club? Yes, it is a big fantasy for everyone. Everyone tries to give you a little tip money. – Pretty sure I had passengers give each other hand jobs right in front of me. So…

This plane could cross the Atlantic in 3.5 hours. Why did it fail?

We had it. From January 21, 1976 to October 24, 2003, we had a commercial supersonic passenger plane called Concorde. Today it takes 7 hours to fly from New York to London. On the Concorde it took About 3:30 (just under 3 hours if it was record time). A journey that would have taken the…

The Five Freedoms of Aviation

Behind any commercial flight is more than a century of political negotiation and accords that dictate who, how, and where airlines can fly. Aviation is one of the most unifying industries worldwide because it is what brings the world together. The beginning of aviation agreements came with the 1944 Chicago Convention on International Civil Aviation.…