Can you KEEP Aircraft parts that falls on your house?! YOUR questions on UAL 328 answered.

The engine of United Airlines flight 328 exploded in mid air as the Boeing 777 was climbing through 12500 feet. This incident has been dissected in detail by several, great, youtube channels so I decided to do something slightly different.
In this video I have selected 8 of the different questions which have been sent in to me by YOU on both Twitter, Facebook and LTwindow.
I hope you will like the result!
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Below you will find the links to videos and sources used in this episode. Enjoy checking them out!
Sources:
SOURCE: mentourpilot.com/united-777-200-engine-loses-parts-over-denver/
@JacdecNew via Twitter
SOURCE: www.scotsman.com/webimg/b25lY21zOjBhZjliMTUxLTU0NTMtNDRjMC1iNWQxLTdlZWQ3NzQ5ODA1ZDo4OGE0NWNjNS0wMzlkLTRiMWQtOWU4ZC0zNzlmMTYyYmNhOGM=.jpg?&width=640
@Getty Images
SOURCE: www.indiatvnews.com/amp/news/world/debris-falls-from-plane-during-emergency-landing-near-denver-686254
@AP
SOURCE: www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9282215/United-Airlines-flight-makes-emergency-landing-dropping-debris.html
@Hayden Smith
SOURCE: www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9282215/United-Airlines-flight-makes-emergency-landing-dropping-debris.html
@AP
SOURCE: airlinegeeks.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/UA-772-IAD-Ben-Suskind-1.jpg
@Ben Suskind
SOURCE: imgur.com/gallery/1oNHw
@Solowingzx
SOURCE: AirMalta/photos/a.146205662060471/2709175459096799/
@Air Malta
SOURCE: nypost.com/2017/09/26/pilot-lands-safely-after-bird-strike-destroys-planes-nose/
@ Aviation WG
SOURCE: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pitot_tube#/media/File:Airspeed_p1230157.jpg
@ côté copilote
SOURCE: api.intechopen.com/media/chapter/41474/media/image8.jpeg
@IntechOpen
SOURCE: www.aircraftsystemstech.com/p/boeing-777-aircraft-fire-detection-and.html
@b737.org.uk
SOURCE: www.aircraftsystemstech.com/p/boeing-777-aircraft-fire-detection-and.html
@b737.org.uk
SOURCE: www.aircraftsystemstech.com/p/boeing-777-aircraft-fire-detection-and.html
@b737.org.uk
SOURCE: www.aircraftsystemstech.com/p/boeing-777-aircraft-fire-detection-and.html
@b737.org.uk
SOURCE: www.b737.org.uk/fireprotection.htm
@b737.org.uk
SOURCE: eu.usatoday.com/story/travel/flights/todayinthesky/2018/02/14/united-boeing-777-lands-honolulu-after-losing-engine-cover/336286002/
@ HALEY EBERT VIA AP
SOURCE: www.businessinsider.com/ua1175-engine-united-flight-falls-apart-mid-flight-2018-2?r=US&IR=T
@Business Insider
SOURCE: qz.com/quartzy/1206959/tweets-from-united-1175s-emergency-landing-show-our-shared-humanity/
@QUARTZ
SOURCE: www.paddleyourownkanoo.com/2020/12/04/japan-airlines-plane-makes-emergency-landing-after-engine-cover-is-ripped-off-during-takeoff/
@paddleyourownkanoo.com
SOURCE: www.thedrive.com/content-b/message-editor%2F1607624565022-a.jpg?
@boeingstore.com
SOURCE: avherald.com/h?article=4e35302b&opt=0
@ Longtail Aviation
SOURCE: avherald.com/h?article=4e35302b&opt=0
@ DSB
SOURCE: LejeuneXa/status/1363155806452142081/photo/1
@LejeuneXa
SOURCE: www.flightglobal.com/safety/ntsb-says-united-engine-failure-caused-by-metal-fatigue/142556.article
@NTSB
SOURCE: simpleflying.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/Boeing_747SP-J6_Pratt__Whitney_AN2732961-1000x663.jpg
@ Gilbert Hechema
SOURCE: upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/0/0f/Fan_blades_and_inlet_guide_vanes_of_GEnx-2B.jpg
@Olivier Cleynen
00:00 - Intro
00:29 - Question 1
01:52 - Question 2
03:29 - Question 3
05:19 - Question 4
08:16 - Question 5
10:06 - Question 6
15:31 - Question 7
23:20 - Question 8
25:38 - Outro

Komentarai 

  1. Martin Jones

    Martin Jones

    Prieš dieną

    Looking forward to the Mentour Pilot guide to upcycling an engine cowling into a useful and on-trend occasional table...

  2. tatiana kerina tarp

    tatiana kerina tarp

    Prieš 3 dienas

    Not even seen the video first, Id say no! But how ordinary people can tell if that piece of debris is detail of a plane?

  3. Aqua Lung

    Aqua Lung

    Prieš 4 dienas

    The US Space Shuttle Columbia blew up right over my house in Texas. I didn't even think about wanting to keep any debris I found on my property. Why would you do that? I mean, what would I do with it? And besides, it didn't belong to me in the first place. I'll never forget that sound and how it literally shook my frame farmhouse to the point where pictures fell from the walls. I honestly thought there was military action going on. RIP to that crew.

  4. misomicro

    misomicro

    Prieš 6 dienų

    Listen to the man, folks! If it starts rainging aircraft parts whilst you're sitting in your garden, get out of there quickly!

  5. Roger Skagerström

    Roger Skagerström

    Prieš 7 dienų

    Another thought - hollow titanium fan blades sounds like the opposit of cutting costs :P

  6. Roger Skagerström

    Roger Skagerström

    Prieš 7 dienų

    Wouldn't the air rushing thru the engine just blow the halon gas away?

  7. moviemad56

    moviemad56

    Prieš 8 dienų

    As a non-pilot, I had no idea that planes don't get manufactured entirely by one company [I'm pretty sure that before WWII they were?]. Mentour is educating me, little by little! Apparently the aviation industry is unimaginably complex. Thank you, Mentour. :)

  8. Donde_lieta

    Donde_lieta

    Prieš 12 dienų

    Finders keepers, losers weepers

  9. Dominique Musiclover

    Dominique Musiclover

    Prieš 13 dienų

    Nice video

  10. Sim Cabin

    Sim Cabin

    Prieš 22 dienas

    very detail, informative and usefull , just subscribed you capt.

    • Sim Cabin

      Sim Cabin

      Prieš 22 dienas

      @Mentour Pilot thanks capt

    • Mentour Pilot

      Mentour Pilot

      Prieš 22 dienas

      Welcome to the channel!

  11. Diamond_Playz MC

    Diamond_Playz MC

    Prieš 22 dienas

    me keeps the one little screw that they will wonder where it is

  12. Njål Nilssen

    Njål Nilssen

    Prieš 23 dienas

    For those wondering how these kind of blades are inspected, search; Thermo Acoustic Imaging. (Greetings from an EASA B1 tech.)

  13. 5610winston

    5610winston

    Prieš 25 dienų

    I would certainly keep them, sell for scrap to pay for replanting my garden and fixing my roof.

  14. chnapo1

    chnapo1

    Prieš 27 dienų

    You have earned that subscription long time ago :)

  15. Lord My-T

    Lord My-T

    Prieš 27 dienų

    Boeing would not be hit by that too much, even if they were to blame. Boeing is a massive company (>58B$ revenue) and commercial airplanes are only one part of their business, with others being military and space. So even if they would lose commercial airplanes completely and even if it were half their revenue, they'd still survive, no problem.

  16. Hio Yua

    Hio Yua

    Prieš 28 dienų

    That's a shame, I was just about and go collect airplane parts to make my own!

  17. STOKED ON EARTH

    STOKED ON EARTH

    Prieš 28 dienų

    Sounds like pratt and whitney adopted Boeing's business practices, cheap parts cheap labor, big profits, don't care about consequences that may arise and cause possible loss of human life.

  18. Kevin Button

    Kevin Button

    Prieš 28 dienų

    If there shit hits my house they will be paying me

  19. Steve Sloan

    Steve Sloan

    Prieš 28 dienų

    Well, Ma . . . Looks like we won't be usin' the front porch for awhile.

  20. Dainis Brjuhoveckis

    Dainis Brjuhoveckis

    Prieš 29 dienų

    I just love how the green plant is positioned on the right side relative to the pilot talking and the red thing (beanbag?) is positioned to the left. Perfectly how it is supposed to be.

    • Mentour Pilot

      Mentour Pilot

      Prieš 28 dienų

      😉

  21. Brandon Botting

    Brandon Botting

    Prieš 29 dienų

    Good vid

  22. beo

    beo

    Prieš mėn

    If it falls from the sky, and the jet is no longer there, its clearly abandoned property. The fact thats its valuable in an investigation means, they should buy it back from you. Why would you want to lend it to the investigators and then get it back after the investigation has concluded? It has zero value afterwards. Call the airline and make a deal with them. Why on earth would you want to call the authorities? Its a civil dispute at best. Either its abandoned property or its a tortious act of trespassing by the falling object.

    • beo

      beo

      Prieš 29 dienų

      @darryl haynes Even if the tail number is unidentifiable, if the owner of that part demanded damages for the part, implies that they have standing to collect damages. By demanding payment for the part, they in effect say that they are the owner of that part. No tail number required. The person demanding payment self identified. Will I be forced to pay for damages to the part by it falling from the plane into my house? Nope, because the moving object collided with a stationary objection. The moving object is always at fault. Just like when a moving car hits a parked car. This point is settled in law.

    • darryl haynes

      darryl haynes

      Prieš 29 dienų

      So if it lands on your house and destroys it and you didn't get the tail number of the plane you should be charged for the damage to the part caused by your house?

  23. Jon Frisby

    Jon Frisby

    Prieš mėn

    I clicked through to this video because the question in the title was interesting. You didn't answer the question at all. You sidestepped it entirely. Guess I won't be watching any more of your videos.

  24. Uncle Joe

    Uncle Joe

    Prieš mėn

    Yes, statistically it could be a coincidence that 3x P&W 4000-112 engines shed fan blades in less than 3 years. However, if we consider fan blade failures / cycle for all the different engines out there, as a forecaster I'd expect to see P&W 4000-112 as a big red outlier in my data set. I'd be calling it 'necessary' to ground them.

  25. Mike Mhoon

    Mike Mhoon

    Prieš mėn

    Why would you want that junk?

  26. terenfro1975

    terenfro1975

    Prieš mėn

    Pin wheel

  27. Gissie

    Gissie

    Prieš mėn

    Wouldrag neen way slowing plane down?there seem to be alot of planes falling out sky at moment. asked people to pray for pilots. Like reasons we told not to throw stones down mountain it may have been small but by time it lands on something its very forcefull.

  28. D LS

    D LS

    Prieš mėn

    Without watching: NO. If they’re from a flight desaster, they are evidence -to be collected and investigated.

  29. Lloyd Bell

    Lloyd Bell

    Prieš mėn

    Great video mate.!

  30. Linux Ninja

    Linux Ninja

    Prieš mėn

    Apparently you didn't listen to the ATC Audio. ATC asked 'left or right turns?' 'Left.' I'd hoped you would have pointed out that you don't turn around a dead engine. Other pilots have pointed this out. It's not because Denver has some standard 'left turns' procedure.

  31. Karren Webb

    Karren Webb

    Prieš mėn

    Question. Since the airline can choose the engine for its aircraft, how would the installation and the instrumentation be different or similar for the different engines? Thanks.

  32. killer queen Bites za dusto

    killer queen Bites za dusto

    Prieš mėn

    Finders keepers

  33. Hanno Falk

    Hanno Falk

    Prieš mėn

    @Mentour Pilot At 15:04 there are two forward mounts and no aft mount on the drawing.

  34. Batman

    Batman

    Prieš mėn

    I like the barbecue engine it’s awesome. Do you order them from Rolls - Royce.

  35. Bob Fels

    Bob Fels

    Prieš mėn

    Wow you are pronouncing Maastricht really well!!! You practiced? :)

  36. carter films

    carter films

    Prieš mėn

    If I go to a plane crash the is 10 years old can i take the wrekage or salvage pieces

  37. Богдан Благовирний

    Богдан Благовирний

    Prieš mėn

    The skillful slash principally include because syria cytologically object notwithstanding a mushy correspondent. keen, hideous high rest

  38. 7249xxl

    7249xxl

    Prieš mėn

    Hey finders keepers. And if they dont let me keep it i will go beast mode and piss over it.

  39. Friday Californiaa

    Friday Californiaa

    Prieš mėn

    It's raining -men- aircraft parts ! ^^

  40. Damien Chambers

    Damien Chambers

    Prieš mėn

    couldnt you tap on the blades with a ballpeen and listen for dull acoustics to locate cracks or fractures?

    • Speedbird

      Speedbird

      Prieš mėn

      @Damien Chambers Thanks😊I think @Mentour Pilot put out some really good videos. I would love to see some more videoes from the maintenance side of things, but thats not easy. Beside this pandemic going on, its hard to get permission from a part-145 organization (the airline maintenance department) to make/broadcast videoes.

    • Damien Chambers

      Damien Chambers

      Prieš mėn

      @Speedbird Awesome answer, I think I have my new research binge lol. any aeronautics vids you'd recommend would be appreciated

    • Speedbird

      Speedbird

      Prieš mėn

      No, you cannot. Those cracks are to small/fine to notice by tap-testing. Tap-testing in aviation is used on composite parts to locate delamination, never on metallic parts.

    • Damien Chambers

      Damien Chambers

      Prieš mėn

      @Mentour Pilot I feel like that would be an awesome side project for your channel lol

    • Mentour Pilot

      Mentour Pilot

      Prieš mėn

      Only if you were trained to do that and I’m not sure how accurate that would be with hollow blades.

  41. Snoopy Chaun Films

    Snoopy Chaun Films

    Prieš mėn

    This is the dumbest video in LTwindow done of aviation 😂😂😂

  42. The Lombax

    The Lombax

    Prieš mėn

    Someone cut corners during lockdown with maintenance, inspections or overworking certain airframes.orrr P&W never intended for conditioned engines to be worked up and then stood down for long periods. The fatigue could be caused by Thermal contraction? It’s an interesting situation. Especially the proximity of the failures.

  43. David J.

    David J.

    Prieš mėn

    Short answer: Yes, but you shouldn't.

  44. APS

    APS

    Prieš mėn

    Do the engines on an aircraft come from different manufacturing 'batches' in case of any undetected defects? If not, what is the likelihood that the left engine was close to failing too?...

  45. RUSapache

    RUSapache

    Prieš mėn

    If some company manufacture planes, why don't they also build engines for it?

  46. Dave Deal

    Dave Deal

    Prieš mėn

    Just curious if the storage of airplanes added to the delay or conditions that led to the fan blade failure?

  47. Gregory Barrett

    Gregory Barrett

    Prieš mėn

    It may not be Boeing bashing but instead an expression of concern or doubt about the combined financial (and other) impact on Boeing and its ability both to survive and to compete.

  48. davinator

    davinator

    Prieš mėn

    Actually you generally don't want to turn towards your dead engine, if you turn away you're "on top" of your running engine, and it will essentially push you away from the ground, if you're on top of your dead engine you're pushing yourself into the ground, it's possible just unnecessarily risky

  49. James Wakefield

    James Wakefield

    Prieš mėn

    From what I remember, you can keep jetsam, not flotsam. It's very unlikely that a pilot would deliberately jettison an engine, so, no, you can't keep it.

  50. SirBlade666

    SirBlade666

    Prieš mėn

    Isn't this basically the same as "my neighbour's ball/pet is in my garden, can I keep it"?.

  51. Steven Penning

    Steven Penning

    Prieš mėn

    if aircraft parts are found on my property or damaged anything, I would sell these parts back... They discarded these parts and perhaps damaged my property so they now belong to me.

  52. Alex Mayer

    Alex Mayer

    Prieš mėn

    nope.. its mine... it came down on my property willingly... sooo beat it feds!

  53. General_ Groves

    General_ Groves

    Prieš mėn

    That large piece landed blocks from my house, from what I hear, the guys car got totaled and he is in the process of getting a huuuuuuuge compensation check from the airline. I have a feeling his family will be moving to a fancy neighborhood in the coming months xD

  54. Nexarius

    Nexarius

    Prieš mėn

    That question is rediculous. If a car crashes into the fence of my house it means I get to keep the car right?

  55. Neville Borg

    Neville Borg

    Prieš mėn

    The amount of valuable, well-structured information you give out in under 30minutes is astonishing.

  56. Besher

    Besher

    Prieš mėn

    There was even another Engine failure (from what I heard) in the UAE

  57. Syn

    Syn

    Prieš mėn

    Incorrect. Here in Scotland I own my land ad centrum. From the centre of the Earth to the skies above as per the angle given the land area. If you fly through my air space and something falls from it it's mine as it had no business being in it. Trespass. Pay my tax and i'll think about it

  58. Patrick Friel

    Patrick Friel

    Prieš mėn

    Some see the engine cowling of a 777 but I see the makings of a Jacuzzi.

  59. David Bradley

    David Bradley

    Prieš mėn

    Fire extinguisher looks like a Soccer ball not a football lol 😂

  60. David Bradley

    David Bradley

    Prieš mėn

    Obligatory not a pilot but wouldn’t turning into the dead engine be easier but also harder to turn out of because the thrust configuration would be inclined to keep the aircraft in the turn, thus making turning away from the dead engine safer if only marginally with today’s safety measures as if something went wrong the aircraft would want to roll out of the turn naturally.

  61. Dave Adams

    Dave Adams

    Prieš mėn

    If pieces of aircraft suddenly landed next to me and I just cheated death - hell yes I would keep the aircraft parts !! 👍😎

  62. RustyNuts

    RustyNuts

    Prieš mėn

    very similar to my fire suppression system on the train that I drive (class 43) even uses the Ar & N.

  63. weedfreer

    weedfreer

    Prieš mėn

    Whats the wall covering you're using in the background here...i'm assuming its a better insulated alternative to plaster/plasterboard right? Looks a pretty neat system is all...may need to consider it for my living room with a large exterior facing wall. :-D

  64. weedfreer

    weedfreer

    Prieš mėn

    One way they attempt to find cracks in engine blades is to clean the engine blades until they are as clean as they can get them and then bathe them in Kerosene. Once they have them bathed in kerosene they wash them off again...only this time, they use a different method which leaves the kerosene within any flaws or cracks. They can then use UV light to get any kerosene which may have found its way into a flaw or crack to fluoresce...thus identifying the location of the crack. Pretty neat...and simple. Engineers like simple, it makes it harder to get it wrong ;-)

  65. Kevin Cozens

    Kevin Cozens

    Prieš mėn

    Some very good questions. Love your T-shirt. One of the rare times I've seen you in a video where you weren't wearing your uniform.

  66. Ithmiths

    Ithmiths

    Prieš mėn

    I dont care if i can or cant. If an airplane part lands on my property im keeping it

  67. SavageSmithy

    SavageSmithy

    Prieš mėn

    Those fire extinguisher bottles look like they're holding an unfathomable amount of steam

  68. milcoll73

    milcoll73

    Prieš mėn

    just watched blancolirios interview with capt behnam. amazing story. that flightcrew saved that aircraft and all 381 souls on board.

  69. Sean

    Sean

    Prieš mėn

    Color me a confused commenter but how can you use both fire extinguishers for one engine or one for each? Maybe I misunderstood at 14:45 but it sounds like that's what he said...? I thought there are 2 for each engine cause they live in that little football thing he described, in the wing next to the engine.

  70. movax20h

    movax20h

    Prieš mėn

    Hollow fan blades, are definitively harder and way more costly to manufacture than solid one. It is not a matter of cost, but of engineering and technical necessity. And solid ones will add to much to the weight of the engine and make the failure way more dangerous.

  71. Mikosch2

    Mikosch2

    Prieš mėn

    Mentour: Can you keep it? The law: No, you can't. My dog: Good luck getting it back, tho.

  72. Thomas farquhar

    Thomas farquhar

    Prieš mėn

    If it falls in my garden it's mine now bitches

  73. Ste Jer

    Ste Jer

    Prieš mėn

    So what's the answer? Can't be bothered to watch 24 minutes of mostly empty talk.

  74. Viljamin Somemakuuhuone

    Viljamin Somemakuuhuone

    Prieš mėn

    24:02 I have been in doubt that this channel is incarnation of Boeing saving it's reputation. For now on there no doubt about it anymore. :D

  75. Marcus Culver

    Marcus Culver

    Prieš mėn

    The reason for left turn patterning is also because they have more control over the operative engine and thus easier to recover from the bank vs. turning over the failed engine that is causing an aerodynamic drag which would already be causing the plane (if no correctional adjustments were made) to turn right (in the same way a car tries to steer into the flat type)

  76. Right Coast

    Right Coast

    Prieš mėn

    Man, now if airplane parts do fall in my yard, it's going to be hard to not make a jacuzzi out of them.

  77. HauntedShadowsLegacy

    HauntedShadowsLegacy

    Prieš mėn

    Regarding the whole 'picking the engine separately' thing, that's not the only option airliners have when purchasing airplanes (especially from Boeing). Airplanes are surprisingly customizable in a number of ways. Seat count, crew rest areas, emergency cabinets... Hell, you can go all out with a decorative 'starlight' ceiling if ya wanna dump the extra dough. Or you could buy it without any seats or crew rest areas or storage compartments or whatever. It'd still cost you a cool couple mil, but you'd have your own jet for a lower-than-average price. Boeing either makes or purchases the internal add-ons they offer, but anything not offered or installed by Boeing falls well outside their liability.

  78. Elvis Presley

    Elvis Presley

    Prieš mėn

    Plus there's no flames coming out the back of the engine, it's all contained within the engine.

  79. Elvis Presley

    Elvis Presley

    Prieš mėn

    Of course you an keep them, I would sell them back to the people that wanted them, easy.

  80. Vera Bolton

    Vera Bolton

    Prieš mėn

    I am not a pilot but I would always turn away from a possible fire. If my right side was on fire, turn left if possible. Naturally.

  81. Jarco

    Jarco

    Prieš mėn

    From a different pilots youtube video I learned that they are forced to turn away from the broken engine because it's easyer to stop the turn when it's done this way

    • Jarco

      Jarco

      Prieš mėn

      @Mentour Pilot fair enough i am sure you know more about it than me haha

    • Mentour Pilot

      Mentour Pilot

      Prieš mėn

      Yeah, not really a factor in an airliner flown at the correct speed and trimmed out.

  82. 3dstudiomike

    3dstudiomike

    Prieš mėn

    24:46 Good pun.

  83. WitchidWitchid

    WitchidWitchid

    Prieš mėn

    On a jet can an engine be feathered so that the fan blade doesn't keep pinwheeling? Offhand I have never heard of feathering a jet engine. .

  84. NbKXStorm

    NbKXStorm

    Prieš mėn

    Is it? Though? This sounds more like the folks doing the inspections didn't do what they were supposed to do(replace the blades when they found the problem.)

  85. MrFuzzerkins

    MrFuzzerkins

    Prieš mėn

    id ask if i can get the money to repair my home if that said aircraft part landed on my house and or vehicle/vehicles

  86. toddbod94

    toddbod94

    Prieš mėn

    I haven't watched the video but I'm going to say you can't keep them, probably because they are evidence for use in accident investigation.

  87. Joseph S

    Joseph S

    Prieš mėn

    If a car crashes through your fence does it become your car? Geez.

  88. Speedbird

    Speedbird

    Prieš mėn

    2:18 No, no, no..🤭Which airline does walk-arounds with hydraulic pumps on?!?! 🤨🤪😣

  89. X D

    X D

    Prieš mėn

    Nah I'll just keep it thanks

  90. Zakir Anderson

    Zakir Anderson

    Prieš mėn

    If i loose control of my car and end up in someone's garden do they get to keep my car

  91. the fox king

    the fox king

    Prieš mėn

    they turned left coz you NEVER turn on a dead engine

  92. Oliver Scheel

    Oliver Scheel

    Prieš mėn

    I can't accept the answer that It was "physics" not financial decisions that are the reason for these (and after three incidents somewhat tending to be faulty) fanblades. Actually attaching the bigger fan in the first place is done to make the turbine more efficient to still be sold to customers. Raising the diameter of the fan of the P&W turbine while keeping the cowling, the disc and all other parts as unchanged as possible IS a finacial decission to make the model change cheaper. A complete redisign is NOT forbidden by physics, but was financially undesirable by P&W. Making the fanblades hollow is only a pysical feasible solution if you fiancially decide to try to keep it simple by not altering all the other parts of the turbine which P&W did.

  93. mgcamp85

    mgcamp85

    Prieš mėn

    I don’t think I would let them take it until they paid for the damages to the property

  94. Arioch IV

    Arioch IV

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    What a silly,. juvenile question. Property rights aren't voided just because something accidentally lands on your lawn. If there is a car accident in front of your house, and one of the cars ends up on your lawn, do you think it becomes yours? If a neighborhood dog strays onto your lawn, does that mean you own it?

  95. RUSSIAN DRIVER

    RUSSIAN DRIVER

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    Sure you can. I know I always do

  96. Life Reportage

    Life Reportage

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    I heard that the airline will buy back any piece fallen from an aircraft on someone's property for exorbitant amounts of money, is it true? Back in the 80s I heard that they paid about $1,000 per kg.

  97. bobby cv64

    bobby cv64

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    excellent work PETER, yes, we are discussing ENGINE FAILURE and sorry for P&W failures (like any responsible company will figure out the issues) and BOEING, yes NOT BOEINGs fault, every case was a P&W engine. EVERYONE WANTS A SAFE PLANE and EVERYONE is a team. You don't think that AirBus and Boeing COLLABORATE, they do, competitors, if they find something bad will even tell their competitors. BOTTOM LINE: SAFETY Which is why I love the Aviation Community.

  98. 3fxz

    3fxz

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    Can you keep the car that hits your mailbox?

  99. Camping&Gaming

    Camping&Gaming

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    Never heard of that manufacturer before.

    • Speedbird

      Speedbird

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      Which one?🤔

  100. Spartan117JMC

    Spartan117JMC

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    This guy sounds Norwegian/Swedish. Great Vid tho!!

    • Speedbird

      Speedbird

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      Swedish👍🏻

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