Thanks to Brian for sharing his experience with us!!
Thanks for sharing. Feedback is the keys of knowledge and improvement!
Right on.. good thing there was an open field
Brian killed it! Thankfully, no one was harmed.
Not a bad job. I would have done a barrel roll for more dramatic effects but other not bad
@J P Truck
Incredible! Great work
I thought this was going to be bad because it looked like he went into that field like a stuka for a few secs
Cessna's are known as the "Flying Coffin"!!!
Kept his cool and stayed alive down well bro happy your alive fuck flying lol
That was a set up ,how weird 😳 he had all this land for him self no public roadways around or nothing, good job at 100 mts in altitud lol 😆
It still amazes me what people will go through to get a UZfire or Facebook like for their motivational speaking channel. You have no business being in a light aircraft. Run your Trouble checks immediately. Startle effect really go the better of you. Forget squawk, you have radio contact. During rollout, forget about notifying atc about your touchdown. Three rules that will keep you alive…AVIATE, NAVIGATE AND THEN COMMUNICATE, in this order only. Stick you motivational speaking, learn to double check your fuel required before starting an engine. But I guess you just did this viral video to increase your Instagram Facebook likes.
The engine failed because it couldn’t handle flying his massive balls around anymore.
I wonder how common it is to lose power or oil pressure to drop to zero when flying. Thank God, this guy made in one piece but there's gotta be some unlucky pilots that would lose their minds and crash. Kinda scary...
Good deal at keeping your cool
smooth! Always keeping a landing spot in visual and obtainable at glide these little guys are so much better than an airliner with power loss! very good stuff!
Good going Brian... Cool landing. Thanks for sharing.
"Holy shit" "Holy shit, roger that"
Is it true that high wing aircrafts are much easier to glide (or should I say, for a more controlled glide) than low wing aircrafts in cases like this (re engine failure)?
Good job man
Thank you for sharing. Amazing video and great job!! Look how nervous he is and that is normal. Even with all the training in the world when it happens it happens and nothing you can do.
Awesome job man!
Like a BOSS!
Awesome job. Nice save !!!
Smokin job man!
Good job. You managed that with amazing skill and cool nerves. Also a big shout out to your instructor. The pitching for best glide and and picking the correct landing spot was definitely something that was taught to you properly.
“Holy shit” Yeah, in my pants after that! Wow great job on putting her down! 🍻
Good job, you will always remember your first.
He don't deserve liscence ,liscence deserves him😂
Very cool headed! Good job!!
Very calmly handled!
Iron nervous!!! Great job!
Isn't 7500 = a hijacking?
I was starting to get scared myself and I was not even there.
Trim for best glide speed. Point aircraft in direction of nearest airport or landing site. Troubleshoot. Carb heat, switch tanks, boost pump on if equipped and attempt restart. If restart fails communicate emergency and continue to restart. Looking for suitable landing spot is not the first order in the procedure. Never witnessed an attempt at restart. And just for non pilots, "Aviate, Communicate and Navigate" is not procedure. Many videos explaining loss of power procedure. He did nail the landing. But off airport landings usually end as well.
If that were me there would have been a bee in the cockpit.
When he touched down it looked like he would run out of field before the tree line.
Farmer = What is he doing?
the man was scared hahahhahahaa
GREAT JOB !!!
Holy shit, bravo sir. Amazing job. That was class to watch.
I suppose early pilots basically did this all the time, up to the jet age
What a great save! Awesome! Great job!
Handled that like a champ my friend!! Cabin woulda been all brown if i were inside that plane!!
Wow, that had my heart racing. Great job young man. That's how you stay cool under pressure. 👏🏻👏🏻
He did an awesome job!
Nerves of steel. Well handled.
You can be my wingman anytime!
That's what I felt like on I-10, somewhere in Texas, when I ran out of gas.
Wow! You did that great.
Well done dude. Big Hug from Spain
Give him an A. Graduate him.
Like my old Navy pilot trainer buddy always said, if you fly your going to have an emergency, it's how you deal with that's critical.
Seconds, it just took seconds and there was a disaster beckoning. kudos to Brian for the safe landing
Отличная посадка. Повезло, что это не густонаселенный район.
goodness.. he probably could have shoved a piece of coal up his cheeks and farted out a diamond.
lucky he found a field and could land into the wind
Oh man! The good lord was riding along that day... if he had lost the engine a minute before or after, he might not have made that field. Not to take away from the brilliant job he did landing though. Very smooth... and most importantly, he didn't panic.
Nice work man! That was a beautiful landing.
Dammit, GET OFF OF MY LAWN!
Why does it look like this was planned?
Great job brother! You did it just right and just think of the experience that you have now. You go! Do not stop flying!!! You're a total pro and this proves you should be flying!!
Worth the soy beans. Outstanding piloting!
Nicely done 👍
Very well done, you are a good Pilot. Flight safe !!!
meh i do this all the time in IL2-46
Wow! Great job to that guy! Lands in one piece! Way to go!!!
This guy just so happens to be a big time UZfirer
Damn. Wanted to see a crash :(
Excellent job dude!
What a pro!
great job man! you kept your cool, you followed procedure... did you ID the direction of the wind?
Great effing job, even with the nervousness, great job
Solid effort 👍🇦🇺
"Holy shit" is an appropriate remark
Handled like a boss!
tower control should know nearby fields. this piolet was on his own.
Must say that looked great. Just a split second for panic saturation to take over and it's a nosedive. Scary stuff.
fly by the seat of your pants brother!!! Great job staying calm
Whatever happened to "change tank ... fuel pump on"? Otherwise good job!
That squawk code could have been bad ... don't know if the SAMs would get to him before he landed tho haha ! Glad he's ok !
You're a credit to pilots everywhere. Good job, brother. Well done!
Cool Dude! you made it for another day!. Now get back in there as soon as you can and keep at it, you did well Sir!
Thank you for sharing, excellent emergency landing. Scanned for landing site, assumed best glide and called it in. God bless.
This is why you add gas before getting into the airplane. Check his fuel gauges, he appears to be running dry.
Why would you ever fly with one engine only?
A Hollywood ending !!
He did a good job however it is really important instructors teach thier students how to forward slip an airplane just in case they are too high or need to get down quickly without carrying to much airspeed. A potentially life saving tool