Airbus A220 withstanding the COLD WEATHER Certification

Captain Joe

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    Dear friends and followers, welcome back to my channel!
    Today we will take a closer look into the cold weather certification process, especially on the recent newly launched Airbus A220. Why do planes need to get this certification, what is it good for and how is it done.
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    Now, what is the reason for such testing and certification? Mainly, it’s all about the performance of the plane after being exposed to these extreme temperatures, without any sources of heat to prevent the crucial parts from cooling down too far. While resting for the previously mentioned 12 hours, everything cools down to the outside temperature. That brings some issues, starting with the materials an aircraft is made of. When cooled, metal and other materials have the characteristic that they contract. The problem here is, that different materials contract at different rates, meaning that some materials contract more than others at the same temperature. In aviation, a variety of materials is used for different purposes. Contracting at different rates, puts some serious stress especially on structural parts and on the engines.

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    1. D D

      I like video thankyou

    2. Louis Milone

      A220? Or a320?

    3. Raivolt

      This was a very good video! I liked that you got technical but not too much. The demonstrations were great too! Love your channel!

    4. Bungeons and Bragons

      I always have a little chuckle at pre-covid videos, especially showing travel and groups of people. It seems so alien now

    5. shravan srini

      i am sure that the people at yellownife does not need any refrigerator

    6. Benzene Tau

      1:15 That laugh lmao

    7. Solar hydroponic gardening For beginners

      Very interesting as is all your videos Cheers joe

    8. TA AF

      Next thing I'm gonna do is type rate on A220 300.... Wow Joey, that's a good plan.... Jeez

    9. Šimon Vávra

      So cool! But just a question.. When can you buy such a nice jacket you are wearing on this vid?

    10. Nyck461

      This video is a class of science. Fantastic explanation about the interference of heat and cooling in airplanes. I also like the examples showed in his father shop. Great video.

    11. Canada EhXplained

      Here's a local example of the importance of being able to start up in cold weather.. I'm a frequent passenger based at CYQT - obviously, its cheaper for an airline to leave a plane overnight here than it would be at Pearson in Toronto, or another larger airport - so pre-COVID, our airport would host 8 Q400s overnight - 3 from Air Canada, 3 Porter, and 2 from WestJet. Now - our normal winter temperatures in late Jan early Feb is usually no more than -25, often in the -40 before the windchill. Its the same polar winds that freeze Yellowknife that freeze us - but even those little props can handle it no problem. Well. One problem. How would you feel if your coffee was still frozen for the first 5:30am flight xD

    12. Freg Reggi

      For the -41 degrees C. Joe: "Your freezer is pretty cozy compared to that environment." Me: Our temperature added to that, and still it would be 0 degrees freezing.

    13. sonal patel

    14. Scott Roth

      (1.)Very good video; good job mentioning Boeing’s neglect of the market (@Boeing 717-200). (2.)Who else still calls it the CSeries?

    15. Michael Mccarthy

      Celebrity pilot

    16. Harkiplyer Gaming

      What about the anti ice

    17. ben johnson

      When are you coming to Australia mate love to see one of your shows

    18. Y A S H

      What language is must know for the pilot

      1. ZK-APA

        Yash only English. Local languages can be an added advantage, but not necessary.

    19. My True Love is My FR-S

      Do... do you wear makeup?

    20. Etienne Farine

      Watch out your sound levels, I think I walk up my neighbor with the intro 3 times loader than voice! :)

    21. Jayanthi Audithyan

      Freezers?? Pfffttt We got ice

    22. Ryan Alexander Music

      "Yellowknife, a small town in the NWT" I would argue that every town in the Northwest Territories, even the capital, is small :P

    23. Pavel Kryuchkov

      Why is it written there -40 degrees Celsius equals - 40 degrees Fahrenheit?

      1. Mike P

        - 40 C = - 40 F

    24. YouTube-Kanal

      Have you even flown a taildragger?

      1. ZK-APA

        KGup-Kanal yup. He used to fly the porter before joining the airlines

    25. goop

      The blow torch

    26. Rick-e

      If it weren't for Donald Trump's and boeing businessman's economic management the a220 would've been with boeing

      1. shi01

        Hahahaha, no. Boeing was never even a consideration for negotiations about the C-Series. A lot of people seem to think, the whole take over had to do with Boeings ridiculous allogations against Bombardier and the C-Series sales to Delta, but that's not true. At the time when Boeing came up with that shit, the negotiations between Bombardier and Airbus were almost done. All they had left to do at this point was signing the contract. I can only imagine how hard the Airbus and Bombardier Chairmans had to laught about Boeings futile attempt, which only showed that Boeing had no fucking clue what was going on in the background. Bombardier wanted to sell the C-Series for some time acutally. They approached Airbus much earlier already, but Airbus wasn't intrested initially. Then they approached Embraer, but same thing, no interest to buy out the C-series project. Then Bombardier approached Airbus again with a more attractive offer and this time Airbus was interested and took over the whole project and production lines in the end.

    27. Blackbird

      For professional landing & flare prosedures: kgup.info/get/ZIFqeIPVo6Voe6k/video 👍👍👍👍👍

    28. Balazs Kocsis

      hi Joe, Could you do a video on the difference between NAUTICAL MILES and the miles we see on e.g. motorway signs? Thank you, Balazs

      1. Mike P

        1 Nautical Mile = 1852 meters 1 Statute Mile = 1609 meters 1 Nautical Mile = 1.151 Statute Miles 1 Statute Mile = 0.869 Nautical Miles

    29. Duo Abdul - Boeing Lovers

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    30. Overlord 255

      Does this mean someone could replace their aircraft's oil with honey? Asking for a friend.

    31. Brayden

      Do a video about the purpose of flaps Love your channel too!

    32. Dian Erasmus

      Joe would you please make an video of most common used abbreviations in the flight industry that I as a flight student can start learning?? 🙏🏻✈️🛩️

    33. Rotbarsch 69

      Toll geschnitten !!!

    34. Production Pandey

      Hii Captain Joe Can You please make a video about the switches and console/panel in the cockpit of an aircraft ?

    35. Zuraida Shafie

      Hey can you tell us what is the different an airbus 380-800 and a380 plus...

    36. Paolo

      kgup.info/get/gYuIfquOk39_mYM/video I share this amazing video of the Italian "Frecce Tricolori"

    37. The Caynuck

      The plane is so cute, it's like a baby 787/A350. SO hot!

    38. The Caynuck

      The C-series comes back to its home here in Canada! But thank you Airbus for saving us.

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    40. Алексей Ким

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    41. DaBomJr

      Why, at takeoff, do the engines spool twice?

    42. Daniel Vladu

      @Captain Joe where can i buy the tickets from for your tour in England ?

    43. Deng Agot

      Can you do a video about how many airlines you can fly for and how many aircraft you can fly

    44. hafieyboeeeye

      wait is a220 new i just want to know

    45. Matos Family

      Can you plz explain the auto pilot

    46. FoxGamingOfficial

      Hi Joe I was wondering are kids allowed into the cockpit on a commercial plane?

    47. J Knister

      A long story short: Congrats from Luxembourg

    48. Hafijur Rahman

      Captain please answer me,,, during landing large airplane it need to use thrust reverser all time or no need all time for reduce speed?

    49. Michael Pare

      I love the A220, it could replace the 737.

    50. FlyingSurprise

      Beautiful cub! Fly it!

    51. Deep Unknown

      You and 74 gear should meet up and make a video

    52. sashi paudyal

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    53. uotam Heeralall

      Hey captain Joe is there any way we can communicate because i am currently in high school and I'm interested in piloting as my future career so I would like to know the main things to focus on and where to study thank you btw love ur vids

    54. The Norseguy

      I don’t think it’s so smart to have that Tour in May with the Corona virus 🤔

    55. welsh kraken

      What do you think of this landing? ive been on a few planes like this when I use to land at Gothenburg save airport (always windy there) kgup.info/get/h3iilXyRf4qMhq0/video

    56. Unknown Bored Viewer

      I have a question. How do plan your flight? Are you plotting from one point to another? Do you draw the flight plan? Why are the flight points (the names are so randomized that the name is not even a word) are not perfectly aligned or fixed, and why are they scattered throughout the whole world? Are they randomized? Why every flight plan has a curve path to another dest?

    57. Gabriel Garcia

      V1 rotate

    58. Gwen RAILTON

      I think I might be your youngest viewer at 10 years old I am extremely interested in aeroplanes and plan on being an air traffic controller when I am older. I literally cried when I saw you were going on tour but I know I cannot go, not because the borders are closed off but because my family would have to come with me and Britain does have Covid-19 whilst my Country doesn't, I do not want to put them at risk so I cannot come, although I would love to. (My country DOES have Covid-19 but under 20 cases, so I do not want to expand that by catching it and going back to my country). Thank you if you read this, I find your channel very informative and fun to watch, Again Thank you for reading. ( I can't complete the checklist I don't have instaaaa)

    59. its_koprowski

      My friend and I are wondering for Flight Simulator realism purposes: what cost index do you guys use for your flights. As always love the content and keep up the good work. Cheers from Florida!

    60. عمر التعليمية

      Wai wai wai , Do you work for Airbus? At all?

    61. Luca Popica

      Hey, Joe, what do you think about VATSIM?

    62. Maggie Fillmore

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    63. M Rothenberg

      Captain joe I really admire your youtube channel and you inspired me to be a pilot when I grow up.

    64. MultiComlan

      Hello Joe, could you make a video about the ACARS system ?

    65. Gsn Mithra

      Sorry Cap. Joe I couldn't watch the video on the day you uploaded. I had exams

    66. sharan Tantry

      I want video of Airbus and Boeing jeo Like best Aircrafts , value around world for Comoanys etc I hope u will make a video

    67. National Gaming Transport Channel

      Philippines??

    68. K Menon Mangat

      Wow! The learnings are endless! So many things we take for granted are tested to the extremes. Thank you Captain Joe for this insight.

    69. AHMAD JAZMAWI

      Do planes have a horn?

    70. Dinko Stanchev

      Hi Captain Joe, Where can I buy a ticket for your tour of Britain (2020). I have searched the whole internet but I can’t find anything.If you could tell me that would be great.Thank you.Ivaylo

    71. slinkwink237

      hey joe can make a video about what MAN FLEX/TOGA SRS RUNWAY means please

      1. ZK-APA

        Callum Dunne basically that’s the FMA. It tells what the aircraft (airbus) is doing and what mode it is in. But yes, a video explaining it by Joe would be much better than trying to explain it on a comment.

    72. ali reza alavi

      Hi there captain, I wish you are fully healthy and doing well. I would love you to talk about aircraft speeds(TAS,IAS,CAS,MACH NO). Thanks for your great contents.

    73. Dick Darstardly

      Captain Joe, I been wondering,for some time, if given the right circumstances, taking into consideration the speeds, stresses and strains on the airframe etc. Would it be possible to complete a loop de loop in a big jet ( heavy or super ) . I understand that the aircraft is not designed or built with this kind of move in mind. Purely from a scientific point of view, taking into account the way aircraft are over engineered and over powered. Would It complete the move, stall or simply fall apart ? I have been pondering this for some time and thought I know, I’ll ask Captain Joe.

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    75. Matt M

      Cqn you make a video about the "paie to fly "

    76. ZF Ma

      Hi Joe. I want to learn more about how a twinjet operate when one engine fails. Can a twinjet Take-Off/Go-Around with only one engine? How to solve the imbalance as the thrust is concentrated on one side of the plane?

      1. ZK-APA

        ZF Ma yes a twin jet can take off/go around with a single engine. In fact all planes have a procedure for it and pilots do practice it during their checks. And the imbalance is generally balanced with the rudder trim

    77. AndrewPandaWorld

      Plane savers rules! 🐼 But Joe, there's a question. If Airbus was against videos of their A220 in Yellowknife which Mikey aired on Plane Savers, why the same video is used on your channel ? 🐼

    78. Boeing777x

      Smokey bear: only you could prevent the Coronaviris.

    79. Christopher Johnson

      Very Interesting & Well Done! CJ

    80. Christopher Johnson

      Hey Captain Joe! Mentour Pilot & Patxi will be Live-streaming in 45 Minutes. He’s On Unpaid Leave for 2 Months. Time To Circle The Wagons. People Need Your Guys Help to Get through this Coronavirus Crisis. Thnx For Everything you Do! CJ

    81. Elijah Kennedy-Gibbens

      Please make a video about the pilot ranks.

      1. ZK-APA

        Elijah Kennedy-Gibbens pilot ranks actually differ from airline to airline (captain generally remains the same) Basically 4 stripes = airline captain 3 stripes = senior first officer 2 stripes = first officer or junior first officer 1 stripe = second officer or equivalent Ps some airlines may start at 3 stripes even for the junior most pilot, and some starts at 1 stripe

    82. Aditya Amirullah

      Hello Capt! is there any tips to land the a320 on the center line? i find it so hard. my teacher said its better to see at the end of the runway. but still no development on my landing. still in the simulator training tho. looks like long way to go till i can fly actual a320. cheers!

    83. Chris 3.1416

      This is the first video I have seen which I have understood what he is talking about. Some others are interesting but above my head.He is very good.

    84. Видео Сёрфер

      Are you going to visit Moscow?

    85. Suasagesmonkey

      Quality video captain

    86. J D

      Could you make a vid about the future of aviation in view of humanless flights, climate change and so on ? Maybe you could then evaluate whether you should become a pilot today or not...

    87. Jake Ellis

      Ive put my email in for tickits but nothings happened

    88. Martijn Treffers

      A good pilot is always earning :-)

    89. A Fool And His Money

      Ironically Airbus told Mikey McBryan to take his video down. 👎🏾

    90. Ritujoy Chakraborty

      Joe, in case of dual engine failure, why can't the APU provide minimum power? Why is the RAT needed?

      1. ZK-APA

        Ritujoy Chakraborty yes apu can provide power, but the thing about apu is that it takes a while to start up whereas rat is almost immediate Moreover, apu start may have a max altitude for startup with only batteries, so the aircraft has to descent before it can be started.

    91. VI M

      Before, I had this little guess that Airbus bought the CS100/300 because it can potentially outperform the entire A320 family. Now, I'm a little more convinced that was the case 😄

    92. Magnificat

      I have a question, why just before the landing the voice in the plane says: "retard" (at least I hear that)

      1. Magnificat

        @Mike P Oh ok

      2. Mike P

        The word means "slow down". It's callout to the pilots to pull the throttles back to idle at this stage of landing.

    93. Matt Foster

      Airbus had Mikey from Buffalo Air take down the footage a few weeks ago of the 220 at their ramp on his vlog...much respect for your mention of BA and the tee shirt

    94. Diego García

      The APU creates that vapor!

    95. Raphael yang

      love the examples u bring

    96. LD

      You are hot. 😊

    97. Matthias Hartge

      Dear Joe, could you at one point please make a video about the use of meters instead of ft in altitude indications and the corresponding procedures? Or in case you already talked about it where I find it in your great video collection? Thanks a lot :D

    98. Slyze33

      Very concise video i must say. The experiments add to the understanding for those who are willing to get into the technical parts ;-)

    99. Robert Connor

      Can you do a video about testing of the MC-21, though the Russians are probably testing it in Siberia.

    100. Parthasarathy Sharma

      Hey Joe, awesome and informative stuff. I have a question to you. Why the black box is placed on the tail of an aircraft is there a specific protocol or it is the least part of an aircraft impacted after a crash.

      1. Parthasarathy Sharma

        @ZK-APA Hey thank you for clarifying the doubt.

      2. ZK-APA

        Parthasarathy Sharma yup, the latter is the answer