How do PILOTS prepare BRIEFINGS? LEARN how pilots give departure and approach briefings! CAPTAIN JOE

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    Dear friends and followers, welcome back to my channel!
    In today's video I'll be showing you how to best prepare for your next departure and approach briefing, using the mnemonic WANNTRAM which stands for:
    W - Weather
    Mention the highlights such as gusts, crosswinds, potential tailwinds on take-off, wind shear reports, visibility of obstacles, thunderstorms in the vicinity, runway contamination such as water or snow and if so does a low temperature affect my take-off performance as engine anti-ice is required.
    If deicing is needed due to prevailing weather, mention where deicing platforms are and that you have the required checklist at hand.
    If it‘s a sunny day and nothing worthy to mention, you can tick off the weather by just saying CAVOK.

    A - Aircraft
    Mention the type of plane you are flying. An A319 handles differently at rotation speed than a heavy A321. Make your captain aware of that. Many airlines fly many different types of planes often on the same day.
    Also, mention the engines. I fly two different types of planes the 747-8 with the more modern GEnx engines and the 747-400 comes with two different types either RollsRoyce or general electric CF6 engines. Highlight the differences such as engine start procedures and if you are above 5000 feet or temperatures above 30 degrees single engine start procedure is required.
    Mention tech-log entries or minimum equipment list items that could impact your departure and climb out phase or require a packs-off departure due to performance reasons.
    N - NOTAMS
    Use a text marker and circle or highlight the points that are affecting your departure and flight plan routing. They are called a highlighter for a reason! Make your captain aware of maybe closed taxiways, inoperative VORs, runway closures, etc. and physically show him what you've highlighted.
    Noise Abatement Procedures
    When can we start the APU, are special engine start-up procedures in place, is there a special noise abatement routing to be flown, are there certain altitude constraints to be met during the initial climb, do the thrust reduction and acceleration altitude differ from normal?
    T - Taxi
    Point out taxiway hot spots and runway crossings or during low visibility operations point out taxi speed limits.
    Again be aware of which plane you're sitting in, your wingspan and taxi weight can be an issue and therefore special taxi charts were put in place for the 747 /8 or the Airbus A380.
    R - Routing
    Mention the expected SID, the standard instrument departure. Brief from the box, meaning read out the route point for point from the FMC, including altitude constraints, speed restrictions, initial climb altitude, transition level, minimum sector altitude, which radio aids you've inserted on the radio navigation page and why, point out the pre-selected radar frequency and when to contact it and last but not least mention the routing for the engine out departure and what your plan of action looks like.
    A - Automation
    Meaning what kind of lateral and vertical guidance by the flight directors you'll be using, respectively LNAV and VNAV.
    M - Miscellaneous
    Mention anything that was not covered in the previous items. For example, if you were to cross a country border during climb out and it is requested of you to call the next radar sector before evening crossing the border, have the frequency ready. The same goes for oceanic clearance requirements, at some airports, you get the clearance on ground prior to take-off, be ready for that.
    As a passenger pilot, mention crew related procedures in case of an emergency, when will you address the passengers via the PA etc.
    Big thank you to all other youtubers who provided me with the video material to create this video. Your content is highly appreciated. Please follow their channels:
    @HD Melbourne Aviation
    @Dave Isenor
    @Ryan Nagai
    @Alex Praglowski Aviation

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    1. Fernando Gonzalez Chavez

      Nice vid, do you come to Mexico in those 747 cargo lux?

    2. One too

      Joe could you create a vlogging channel, where showcase what you do for your flights.

    3. Gooner 72

      I thought Van Tram was a Dutch bus??

    4. Science Secret tv

      Captain joe,I want you as my boss and mentor in can I contact you

    5. cherry rose isla

      How about briefing with loadmaster capt?

    6. Kevin Davis


    7. TakeDeadAim

      We used a slightly different variation but very close. Basically a briefing should be outlining the "picture". As you go along you fill it in with more detail. We also pretty much tried to wrap things up within 3 or 4 min. 5 min was a "speech"!lol! Obviously if there were no "gotchas" enroute or a lot of weather routing...3 min is plenty.

    8. lil sahara

      Hi captain, I feel nauseous in a big plane. How would it feel in a small plane. I really feel like trying it out, but I'm very afraid Greetings from Africa

    9. S FERG

      Funny how you show ORD as your example of TAXI route! LOL. What a mess.

    10. Riaan_lil_meastro

      Captain joe I am about to be ten years old in March i have dreams to become a pilot like you . I have a question how tall does a person need to be to become a pilot

    11. Sree Charan Aradhyula

      Is the taxi route the shortest path to the runway point or directed by ATC or chosen by the pilots?

    12. Faraz Arif #B-Boy

      nice video kindly tell me about VG cpt.joe

    13. Ryan Jess

      As much as I love the explanation, I love the little Super Cub even more :D

    14. JustMe

      Well done!

    15. TheBlueTortex

      Captain Joe: LNAV and VNAV Airbus Pilots: *Visible Confusion*

    16. Wong Edan Juan

      Keep the brief short

    17. gatucraft550

      In case someone asks, the plane behind Joe is a Piper Cub (am I wrong?)


      You are awesome captain joe. You should be wearing 4 band flap on your shoulder since you're a captain. Which aircraft do you fly... Boeing 747 or some other aircraft?

    19. Series X Gaming

      So does the first officer give this info to the captain? If so then what does the captain do while the FO is doing that?

      1. ZK-APA

        The captain has decision making work. So the captain listens and plans how to act

    20. Fridah Banda

      Hey joe how do u guys always land on the center line

    21. Jimbobertson

      I like how this guy is teaching us how to kind of fly a plane if we had to in an emergency situation.

    22. ayyappa78

      very clear and valuable inputs !!! Thank you for your time and effort in making these videos

    23. Kyle Hill

      God what the hell was that LOOOOOUD sound in the intro? I hope the plane isn't about to have something fall out!!!! 🤦‍♂️

    24. Kyle Hill

      It's weird that mostly non Americans are doing hobby videos of varying sorts especially tech related like Linus Tech Tips (Burnaby Canada) most game reviews are British with a heavy accent.etc America has really become a third world country! All we do is stare at our phones....(I don't) and do chat speak. How R U?

    25. iCxsmic

      What app did you say? ( 4:51 )

    26. nachiket saonerkar

      hi can u tell why do pilots do a ''VERTICAL TAKE OFF''

    27. nachiket saonerkar

      hi can u tell why do pilots do a ''VERTICAL TAKE OFF''

    28. nachiket saonerkar

      hi can u tell why do pilots do a ''VERTICAL TAKE OFF''

      1. Oscar Blue

        Because they can.

    29. savvas mirazanazvili

      Capt. Joe can you pls make a vedeo about how to use mcdu pls

    30. Patrick Dennison

      Seriously, who in their right mind dislikes Captain Joe's videos?! This is the most thorough, informative channel in aviation IMO.

    31. Eric Chang

      I started watching your video since I haven't learned flying, even now I'm an airline pilot still learn a lot from your channel. Thank you Captain Joe. Look forward to seeing you somewhere in the random terminal :D

    32. MagicWings, Hardware, tecno y más

      Put spanish subtitles again pleaaaseeee

    33. RubbenTheBOSS

      I hope you become a captain Mr Joe......I'm also from Britain by the way

    34. Victor Leon Keck Romero

      In this video you have the airberlin uniform : )

    35. C90 1


    36. C90 1

      CaptainJoe I want you to make a video about radio communication. I have no idea what pilots say when they speak and I wonder how ATC cope with pilots who have different accents that they have.

    37. sonal patel

      Hello pane !

    38. Colton

      ledo app?

    39. LegendeYT

      Nice Video. Is it you 747 with your livery? Please answer

    40. wrightmf

      I don't fly airplanes, not likely I ever will but still interesting video. In fact these principles can be applied to other occupations.

    41. Janey Alam

      Joe please make a video about the responsibility of a Flight/Aircraft Dispatcher or Flight operations officer. This is a humble request from your Fan and your youtube channel subscriber.

    42. Matthew mashford

      He said to wait a min like 3 times but he wants us to make it he’ll that 3 min Long :P

    43. Paidaishe Zimani

      Is it hard to inspect and highlight all those

    44. Tenzin Nyinjhe

      Where do u taxi to afteranding ? If passenger they go tobgate . Where cargo planes go ?

      1. ZK-APA

        Tenzin Nyinjhe cargo planes have dedicated cargo terminals

    45. Fred Carlenäs

      i really love your videos!

    46. SAL 9000

      I declare that all the pilots who follow Captain Joe's advice and use this mnemonic should call themselves "The WANNTRAM family".

    47. Nils Gödicke

      Finally!! I wanted to know how to brief for a long time

    48. J

      Its worth noting Threat error Management (TEM) in your briefs as well.

    49. Galaxy Gamers

      @Captain Joe Please tell us how much money it costs to get your commercial pilots license and how much you can make (in the US)

      1. Oscar Blue

        $300,000 to $400,000/year.

      2. Mike P

        Here is one example about the costs:

    50. Uttarkar

      Joe, can you make a video on FMC?

    51. Ramyak Jain

      His birthday is on my birthday -21 June

    52. Peter Rabbit

      It's just because they don't have enough time to be long.

    53. Aayush Gautam changed my mind..aviation is too difficult...I would prefer flying a rocket...

    54. Team Epiphany Tyler

      Hello Captain Joe 👋🏾 I was wondering if you have ever been challenged by your Captain as he/she has been trying to show that they were the superior one?

    55. Kyrel Deffner

      Hi my Name is Kyrel and I am living in Trier ( Mabye you know it) a City near to Luxembourg. My big Dream is to become a pilot for Luxair cargo. My question is how to get at Cargolux and in gerneral a pilot what‘s Ur tip for me ( I am 15)

      1. Mike P

        There are some basic things that always exist. You must have a high school diploma. You need GCSE Maths, English & Science. You must pass the aviation medical examination. You must go to a flight school to get the pilot training. To get a job at an airline you must apply for the available jobs. If you want to work at a certain airline you must apply for a job at this particular airline. You also have to be prepared to take a job at some other airlines if you don't get a job from the airline that was your first choice.

    56. hallobaaaby

      I dont brief the captain, i'm the captain, i have to do everything myself, brief, fly, navigate, communications, refuel...clean the plane :P

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    59. Vasyl Rybalka


    60. Mubarak AL-Farsi

      even myself is an airworthiness inspector but because of you I wished I was pilot.

    61. Chandra Prasad

      Excellent video. Great mnemonic. You are very right in saying that a good pilot is always learning

    62. Rudolf Huijs

      What a positive guy! I'm not a pilot but he transmits good vibes, confidence and knowledge. In the middle of lockdown we need positive attitude like CJ. Thanks Captain!

    63. Leonardo Silver

      Captain Joe is not a captain, he is just an FO who calls himself something he is not and won’t be for several years to come. Kind of like Stolen valor! Good try First Officer Joe 🤣

    64. Tawheed ahmad shah

      I have never travelled in an aeroplane , but I wach your videos very Keenly .

    65. Tupmania Turning

      Captain Joe - how on earth do you remember all this stuff and this is before you even get off the ground! 😀

      1. ZK-APA

        Peedlebum you have charts and the flight plan which has the info.

    66. James Bernardino

      No wheel chocks on either the J-3 or on/for the “plant cart” ? 🤔

    67. Taurus Fan

      Is it just me or is the sound a bit broken? Seems to be doubled...

      1. Taurus Fan

        At least when he's talking

    68. Deng Agot

      Hey joe why don't you do a video about how many airlines you can fly for and how many aircraft you can fly cause when I grow up I would like to be a pilot of six airlines and twelve aircraft

      1. Deng Agot

        Thanks Mike p you really helped me

      2. Mike P

        Airline pilots fly normally one aircraft type at a time. If you are transferred to fly a new aircraft then you will fly this aircraft. When you work at a certain airline you fly for this airline.

    69. AMStationEngineer

      In 1996, I co-piloted a corporate MU - 2 J out of KLNS for KRDU; a day later, on the return, KLNS became unavailable due to Wx, so we decided to redirect to KMQS, via ILG, and MXE. My daughter decorated the approach plate for KMQS, at MXE [Modena], a year or more earlier, after hearing me call it [Modena] a xxxxhole, and saying I'd not return.

    70. Tevž Miheljak

      Have You ever been on Ljubljana airport

    71. Sagar Malana

      Hey caption joe. I'm sagar malana, I'm from India and i wana to be a pilot in my life but the problem is tha I'm "red-green" colour blind So the question is that can i becomes a pilot with this ability

      1. Sagar Malana

        @ZK-APA Thanks for replying. yeah it's a issue for india I'll read the fine print of Indian medical systems but the good thing is tha i can use colour blindness effective glasses in some conditions if my "medical doctor think I'm abel for a pilot" and think I'm abel because i can see the colour but couldn't differentiate between colour while "Ishihara Colour Vision Test"

      2. ZK-APA

        Sagar Malana it would depend on the medical standard of the country For India, I think colour blindness could be an issue, but in a country, say New Zealand, color blindness is accepted So you’ll have to read the fine print of India’s medical system

    72. Bluejay 7432

      Anyone know what L-nav and V-nav is lmao

    73. Sulyman Daura

      Can u teach me how start the engines

    74. Emmet

      Kinda dodgy that the plane's reg is one letter away from debris.

    75. J. Henrique

      Hi Captain. I'm from Brazil and I have been learning a lot with your videos and also I can improve my English skill. Keep this nice job up. Take care!

    76. RUSLexplorer

      Thank you for sharing this valuable video. Learnt many things. I'm Suchithrs, an avgeek from Sri Lanka.

    77. Huy Truong

      Captain Joe can you make a video explaining what happens when you jump on a plane while its flying in the air?

    78. aviator boss

      plz try xplane 11

    79. Ruben Emblem

      I’m curious if 1.28M are into flight training nowadays :)

    80. Edward Mwaniki

      Now I know

    81. Pierluigi Mandatori

      Captain Joe a question. An in-depth study on the programming of the FMC of the B738 is expected. In particular, after entering the route, how does the one relating to the Engine Out and Alternates be integrated. Thanks for everything but especially for the work on the canal. The best

    82. panagiotis sdag

      Joe what is

    83. Doudou Ntumba Balande

      Capitan Joe what are those Phonic " alpha, brovo...." and the functions of it you know I'm just 13years but I 've been inspired by you.

      1. Doudou Ntumba Balande

        @ZK-APA Tnx find it

      2. ZK-APA

        Doudou Ntumba Balande he’s made a video on it already. Just search captain joe phonetics

    84. mohan rajd

      Old background Music good ...i am like that's one... nice your video

    85. Kushal kedia

      Dou you guys ever use foreflight as commercial/atp pilots

      1. Mike P

        There are commercial pilots who use ForeFlight.

    86. Ivan Barboza

      Hi Joe, i rally love your videos, you have an amazing capacity to explain difficult issues in a super easy way. Which si full’s app name you mentioned in 4:52?

    87. Venkatesh ranjan

      Will you make video on what's is VNAV,RNAV,LNAV.....

    88. Abdur-Rahman Fashola

      Hope this would aid me when I am flying my dream airliner, the airbus 380-800. Thanks Joe for your videos.

    89. Afsheen Ajaz

      I love your videos can you make a video how the auto pilot works

    90. Umar Abdulhamid

      Hi captain Joe I am a big fan I am from Nigeria I am twelve years old I want to become a pilot since when I was young please i want you to tell me things and guide Me about pilot

    91. arpit sharma

      Can you make a vlog on weather radar

    92. Marlou Jugo

      Hello Captain Joe! I am from the Philippines and I just want to know on how do pilots descent or land without even putting the nose of the plane down. I know they reduce speed, are there any other explanations? Despite your busy schedule, I am hoping that you will have a time to read this and and I will wait for your answer. Or you will just talk about it on your future videos. Thank you!

      1. Marlou Jugo

        ZK-APA thank you so much. Have a good one. Stay safe!

      2. ZK-APA

        Marlou Jugo oh in that case, yes the nose actually goes down to maintain speed (but it’s not a massive amount)

      3. Marlou Jugo

        @ZK-APA but as what I've seen on the other cockpit videos, when they are at FL300 and they need to descent, sometimes they don't reduce speed. At that height ofcourse autopilot is in control but it is just so amazing that the autopilot does not put the nose down while descending as what I've seen on the PFD. I appreciate your response. Thank you!

      4. ZK-APA

        Marlou Jugo it’s a simple logic. When you are reducing speed, you are reducing thrust. And when thrust is reduced, lift also reduces. Now since lift has reduced, the weight component of the aircraft is more, hence it starts descending

    93. AJ Hidalgo

      Captain joe is it necessary for pilots to have their own cessna ?

      1. Mike P

        No, you don't need to have your own aircraft. If you want to fly privately you can rent an aircraft, and you pay just for the flight hours, and that's much cheaper.

    94. Chitawankoraja

      Great informations

    95. Kaku God

      captain joe should have movie reactions about aviation

    96. Haofan SONG

      hi joe, can you explain some FMS functions? like what are secondary/alternate flight plans?

    97. elaD Johnsen

      -Aircraft taxiing/towing and associated safety precaution; -Aircraft jacking, chocking, securing and associated safety precaution; -Aircraft storage method -Refueling/defueling procedures -De-icing/anti-icing procedures -Electrical, hydraulics and pneumatic ground supplies -Effects of environment condition on aircraft handling and operation please cap

    98. Abideen oni

      Joe please talk about landing emergency how you will do it and criteria for emergency landing

    99. Louis PANGOGO

      Here's my email:

    100. Louis PANGOGO

      Hi Joe, I an aviation enthusiasts from Papua New Guinea. I just want to ask a question regarding pilot training. Is it possible to go direct into type rating training after completing flight training with no flying hours and experience? For example: direct from flight training into Airbus a320 type rating.

      1. ZK-APA

        Louis PANGOGO to be honest it depends on the country. Example, in India, airlines do hire people straight from flying school to fly jets. But in USA, you need 1500 hours to even be eligible to join an airline. So just do your research for your country, see what requirements they are asking for and then plan accordingly.

      2. Louis PANGOGO

        @ZK-APA So it will only be benefiting to obtain some flying hours and experience before commencing type rating trainings for airline companies to hire you. Is that correct?

      3. ZK-APA

        Louis PANGOGO yes you can. BUT doing that only makes sense if an airline is hiring ab initio pilots who don’t have experience