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ILS approach to minimums at Vienna - European ATC

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As this webpage is primary viewed at the uS, it might be interesting for the audience to the and hear how ATC works in Europe. Happy landing, Guido (www.youtube.com) More...

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TXCAVU
Very nice Right seat direction. Calm, informative commentary makes learning from you a joy.
okguido
Guido Warnecke 1
Thank you very much, Elizabeth.
Happy Landings,
Guido
ToddBaldwin3
Todd Baldwin 3
Nicely done. I would have loved to have an instructor like Guido.
okguido
Guido Warnecke 1
Thank you, Todd.
Happy landings,
Guido
Musketeer1
Musketeer1 2
Also, props to flight aware for addressing the spammers. 10 down-votes now hides the comment. The only downside I see to this method is missing out on Phil Rudd's comments; I get a good laugh at every other one or so. Have to respect the lack of a filter in today's politically correct World.
joelwiley
joel wiley 2
Sir,
reading the NTSB release of Asiana 214 CVR last week reminded me of your posts- mainly for what wasn't there in it. Thanks for all your posts and for setting the expectations so high.
Derg
Roland Dent 2
Hi Guido.. Wien is my home town. They have the most up to date systems in Europe. That twisted tower!
raleedy
ALLAN LEEDY 2
Coach seating in that cockpit!
joelwiley
joel wiley 2
Is that a recent change?- I believe I saw Phil Rudd at -28 a while back. 8-)
okguido
Guido Warnecke 2
These aircraft are built for the passengers, not for the pilots...
Happy landings,
Guido
okguido
Guido Warnecke 2
Thank you, Joel.
Happy Landings,
Guido
okguido
Guido Warnecke 1
Thank you Roland.
I enjoyed the 2 day stay at Vienna a lot - and the weather cleared up also.
Happy landings,
Guido
KennyFlys
Ken Lane 1
I was gonna show this to someone as an example of a professional cockpit.

The video is gone! :-(
sbargepe
Steve Barge 1
Happy landings!
Musketeer1
Musketeer1 1
Not sure that guy is ready to be a student in the left seat of a jet quite yet.
Musketeer1
Musketeer1 1
Also Guido, I like your coaching to keep a hand on the AP disconnect/Yoke constantly down low.
BERspotterDE
Michael Laue Ambassador 1
Guido, der Sinn der Seite liegt allerdings darin, dass sie weltweit mehr Besucher bekommt und sich deshalb nicht mehr nur in englischen Beiträgen fixiert. Aus dem Grund wurden weltweit "Botschafter" gesucht, die FlightAware zum einen in deren jeweilige Sprache übersetzen (ich glaube, da hab ich bisher doch recht gute Arbeit geleistet) und zum anderen, um auch lokale Neuigkeiten in der jeweiligen Landessprache zu posten. Dafür fehlt mir leider oft die Zeit.

Nun habe ich gesehen, dass Deine Spracheinstellung hier auf "Eglish US" steht. Hast Du das erst kürzlich gemacht, um die deutschen Meldungen nicht mehr lesen zu müssen oder war das schon länger so eingestellt? Ich musste mir leider auch schon hin und wieder nervige Texte anhören, warum ich das in Deutsch mache ... man würde wohl kein Wort verstehen. Nun, uch mache das, weil's die FlightAware-Bosse es so wünschten. Ich mach das nicht, um die Leute hier zu nerven :/

Daher würde ich gern mal Deine Meinung wissen ... nervt es dich auch, hier Meldungen aus Deutschland und Österreich in Deutsch zu lesen oder hast Du das bisher nicht mitbekommen?

Ich persönlich würde mich freuen, wenn auch andere dazu beitragen würden ... beispielsweise auch Du ;) ... dann fühl ich mich hier nicht so allein ;)
GaryinPennsylvania
Gary Roberts 1
Guido - I watch and enjoy ALL your videos. Surgical precision. The epitome of "Cool, Calm, and Collected."

No matter how stressful a situation may get, you exemplify the adage "TRUST your training. Trust your instruments"

Well Done, Sir!
jthew1
jthew1 1
Well said "mike SUT". In addition, swiveling the head like that is a great way to induce vertigo!
austing
Austin Gunn 1
Amazing video, as usual, Guido! You are cool and calm. Love to fly with you anytime.
Saltanzi
Saltanzi 1
Great Job again Guido!!!
MikeSSS
Mike Stirewalt 1
Very nice. Thanks.
okguido
Guido Warnecke 1
Thank you Steve - same to you!
jmorenor50
Pilots must believe two things, God and Instruments.
DaveVH
Dave Van Horn 1
Why is the left seater wearing surgical gloves?
okguido
Guido Warnecke 3
We all live and learn...
I do my part to expedite the process and try to be safe at the same time.
Happy Landings,
Guido
dtw757
mike SUT 2
I am not sure he is ready to be in the left seat of any aircraft. Was the left wing on fire or something? 200 to mins in no time to have your head on a swivel looking around. Pilot NOT flying job is to be outside, pilot flying is just that. Flying.
okguido
Guido Warnecke 1
Thank you!
If that trim runs away and you do not have the hand ready - the last thing you see is a fireball on impact...
Happy Landings,
Guido
okguido
Guido Warnecke 1
Thank you very much, Gary.
Happy Landings,
Guido
okguido
Guido Warnecke 1
Good one!
Happy landings,
Guido