EXTREME FLIGHT - B737-200 Combi Gravel Strip Operation

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  • Dipublikasikan tanggal 17 Agu 2019
  • Join me on this Super Exciting journey onboard NOLINOR B737-200 Combi equipped with Gravel Kit to far North Canada. We are flying 4 sectors from Montreal Mirabel via Val-d'Or and onward to Meadowbank Gold Mine and back. The landing and takeoff at Meadowbank is on gravel so it is spectacular to watch!
    The pilots explained all the features on this 37 years old B737-200 Combi with unique gravel kit installed. There are lot of good flying action in this video with primary focus on the operational perspective. Hats off to the hard working crew and those people work in remote places on Earth.
    NOLINOR Aviation's B737-200 Combi is one of a few B737-200 equipped with EFIS (Digital) display in the cockpit.

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  • Teddy Tretyakov-badkov
    Teddy Tretyakov-badkov 2 jam yang lalu

    V. interesting video, but I skipped much of it as that brainless R&R music/noise is way too irritating to listen to.

  • Jonathan McDonnell
    Jonathan McDonnell 8 jam yang lalu

    The joys of Canada

  • armando lopez
    armando lopez 12 jam yang lalu

    this is how men fly.. no auto, eggs and bacon, cargo ladies, cabin full with testosterone filled passengers, unknown cargo and everything with no gas refill

  • Roberto R. MOLA
    Roberto R. MOLA 22 jam yang lalu

    Sam, you are a really nice guy! One more excellent video from you. Just a correction Sam: CLASSICS are the 737-300/400/500 series. The Boeings 737-100/200 are the ORIGINALS, the 600/700/800/900 are the NEXT GENERATIONS and the -7/-8/-9 are THE MAXes (official Boeing designations).

  • ajkpark
    ajkpark Hari Yang lalu

    the captian has a big forward bumper bag :D

  • PhantomMark
    PhantomMark Hari Yang lalu

    hardcore stuff, these guys have a much more interesting job than the average airline pilot I reckon :)

  • johnsarangel
    johnsarangel Hari Yang lalu

    fascinating...

  • Nikolai Cason
    Nikolai Cason Hari Yang lalu

    the "Arctic Norf"

  • Der Dude
    Der Dude Hari Yang lalu

    You might want to fill the balast tanks on the right wing.

  • StratMatt777
    StratMatt777 2 hari yang lalu

    7:00 I guess that's ballast to keep the center of gravity in the proper position to compensate for the weight of passengers in the back?

  • Sphamandla Hlela
    Sphamandla Hlela 2 hari yang lalu

    This is dangerous

  • Bujang senang
    Bujang senang 2 hari yang lalu

    Amazing

  • Seth Bergile
    Seth Bergile 2 hari yang lalu

    He said D'plane!

  • Denis Callinicos
    Denis Callinicos 2 hari yang lalu

    How does that obese fat pilot pass its medicals?????. For that matter how does it actually get on board the aircraft????, forkhoist perhaps................

  • Erik S
    Erik S 2 hari yang lalu

    Just love these “classic” planes!
    Real cockpit.
    Cool engines.
    If I’d be pilot I would prefer flying this than a modern glass cockpit. This is at least real flying,

  • Pierre L
    Pierre L 2 hari yang lalu

    Bienvenue in my Province Sam

  • Said Ozturk
    Said Ozturk 3 hari yang lalu

    You don't have to skip the take off part. It's one of the most interesting

  • Alejandro Ojeda-Nonzioli
    Alejandro Ojeda-Nonzioli 3 hari yang lalu +1

    Sam has such nice personality, he is everybody’s friend.

  • robert shaw
    robert shaw 4 hari yang lalu

    The video is interesting. If it was not for that crap music it would be excellent. Why are we told it is upbeat and dramatic, in fact it sounds like canned tracks from kids practicing cover pieces. Otherwise interesting. That Captain is grossly overweight. That boy has potential hears problems not to mention a host of other potential disaster.

  • Abel Sumanas
    Abel Sumanas 4 hari yang lalu

    Now that's interesting. B737-200 with a glass cockpit.

  • R. E. Bruce Martin
    R. E. Bruce Martin 4 hari yang lalu

    From the Greater Montreal Region, September 18, 2019:

    Hello Sam!

    Usually I see your vodeos from laces in southeast Asia, but this one you decided to visit Canada

    As of more recent years, Mirabel has been abandoned - a disgrace. There are several reasons given,

    Note going Eastto West on the North side (of mirabel airport) is Autouroute 50, follwoing the route of an old farm road that was one of the busiest prior. the municipality of Mirabel is an administrative fusion of three local towns.

    As for Val d'or, I have driven through that on one winter occasion starting from Boisbriand, Just a bit North of Montreal on the North shore. At the time it was a day or two just after the end of a heavy snow storm, and in boisbriand there were piles of snow everywhere, making getting around very difficult, as they had not had enough tme to clear it all. (Snow removal in montreal is a multi-million CAD each winter, and the cleanup after a storm usually takes 3 to 5 days.)

    However, ironically the Val d'or area is an arctic desert and has about the same anual preciitation as a hot desert, except that it;s cold.

    Hence we could drive the van e were using to transport medical supplies to Rouyn-Noranda at 9 miles an hour. the road was deserted, and no snow on it. also it was reasonably straight.

    Boisbrisand to Rouyn-Noranda was about 1250 Km. as I remember and it took a good 12 hours of driving.

    On another occasion flying back to Montreal, about 25 minutes before landing, the captain announced we were flying over Rouyn Noranda, and would reasonably have flown cloe over Val d'or also. This was his great circle route.

    I am glad you left the French voices there, as speak fluent French (although my first language is English). However had you been able to pick up all the conversations of the passengers, it is quite possible you would have heard at least one of the 8 or so dialects of Inuktitut.

    Now from Pierre Elliot Trudeau International in Dorval (about 10 miles west of downtown Montreal - YUL), there are flights to the arctic daily, and a specialized airline, air Inuit that does some of thos routes,to Northern Huibs such as Kijjuaq, from which the passengers switch to smaller planes to reach their settlements.

    The livery on those planes is inscribed in the Inuktitut script, so its unmistakeable.

  • jparker12004
    jparker12004 4 hari yang lalu +1

    Darn, the flight Captain is a fat ass....

  • Evan Holmstrom
    Evan Holmstrom 4 hari yang lalu +1

    Those seats look nicer than economy in an American A330

  • Félix Maltchinski
    Félix Maltchinski 4 hari yang lalu

    Nolinor need these CSeries planes.

  • deltavee2
    deltavee2 4 hari yang lalu

    21:20 I dig Allison's tongue piercing.

  • pcressma
    pcressma 4 hari yang lalu

    Or better yet.....have him do a video from the front of the engine while it’s running.

  • pcressma
    pcressma 4 hari yang lalu

    What do we have to do to get sam chui and his over privileged and inflated ego to fly in the cargo bay.....permanently? Like seriously....he is so fucking annoying!

  • deltavee2
    deltavee2 4 hari yang lalu +1

    Thanks for another great vid, Sam. Do you think you could turn the music down some? I have to jack the vol. to hear the conversations then get blasted by the music. Ow.

  • miquel440
    miquel440 4 hari yang lalu

    Now that is real flying..and what a robust airliner the 737-200 is...if maintained properly they fly forever..build like a tank..beautiful video!

  • Ivan Cruz
    Ivan Cruz 4 hari yang lalu +2

    I absolutely love this video Sam, great job with this one.

  • john kihara
    john kihara 4 hari yang lalu

    Why is anyone transporting a concrete block?

    • deltavee2
      deltavee2 4 hari yang lalu

      Probably no facilities at the mine to make concrete in the extreme cold and it's cheaper to just fly in some prefab. I worked construction operating a batch plant making concrete for an 18-story apartment building in Ottawa. At -20C we called it because labour laws in Ontario but making and pumping concrete at that temperature requires constant attention. Up at the mine, I would guess the winter temps would be -30 to -45 so they would have a small yearly "warm" window to pour foundations and so on then they would probably just leave it shut down. They won't fire it up just to make a piece like that.

  • Bill Howard
    Bill Howard 5 hari yang lalu

    Those cargo hooks like identical to every other ones I've seen. WHAT'S UP with the KC-46 locks?

  • Bill Howard
    Bill Howard 5 hari yang lalu

    big chunk of concrete for ballast...

  • Bill Howard
    Bill Howard 5 hari yang lalu

    Music gives me a headache

  • wozza77able
    wozza77able 6 hari yang lalu

    Does that pilot cost the plane any cargo space?

  • Anderson Do
    Anderson Do 6 hari yang lalu

    I want the ham potato eggs

  • cool peeps
    cool peeps 6 hari yang lalu

    does that fat cunt ever stop chewing?

  • TRAVEL 108
    TRAVEL 108 6 hari yang lalu

    4:20 Captain doesn't fit well on cabin, why airlines company don't tell him go to gym. Feel sorry for him might get diabetes soon.

  • Wm Cottrell
    Wm Cottrell 6 hari yang lalu

    I really do not mean to sound disrespectful but I know for a fact that the pilot of this plane would never meet FAA pilot medical certification. His BMI has got to be around 60+.

    • deltavee2
      deltavee2 4 hari yang lalu

      First, no FAA in Canada.
      Second, this is Quebec.

  • juniyananajukyu
    juniyananajukyu 6 hari yang lalu

    GSP became a pilot!😂

  • FahmiRBLX
    FahmiRBLX 6 hari yang lalu

    So CFM 737s can't have the Gravel Strip kit?

    • Z06ified
      Z06ified 6 hari yang lalu

      FahmiRBLX Correct!

  • Cookie Relish
    Cookie Relish 6 hari yang lalu

    Very Warm.. 16 Degrees.. huh??

  • Aaron John
    Aaron John 6 hari yang lalu

    The Cpt is so FAT

  • Jose Pool
    Jose Pool 6 hari yang lalu

    Llega exceso de peso con el Capitán.

  • André Freitas
    André Freitas 7 hari yang lalu

    very good, by AOF in Brasilia, Brazil.

  • Heli-Crew HGS
    Heli-Crew HGS 7 hari yang lalu +1

    How does that morbidly obese captain ever pass a medical?

  • Delta 001
    Delta 001 7 hari yang lalu +2

    That is really nice because val d'or is near Rouyn noranda and i life here

  • D Rod
    D Rod 7 hari yang lalu

    If the captain would lose a few hundred ponds maybe they can put more cargo in the plane.

    • D Rod
      D Rod 7 hari yang lalu

      So you must be fatty as well?? I’m not dismissing his hard work or talent. The captain is fat. FACT! In the world of cargo aviation inches and ponds matter. Don’t be such a sensitive puss!.

    • red 1980s toyota 4runner with stripes
      red 1980s toyota 4runner with stripes 7 hari yang lalu

      There's really no need for cruel and mean jokes like that! If you knew anything about Aviation, you would know how brutally difficult it is to not only get one license, but to get 5+ licenses in order to reach the highest level of airmanship, that is airline pilot! Have some respect and acknowledgment for his accomplishments!!! Also, he's probably living a much happier, more fulfilling, more exciting, and more wealthy lifestyle then most people! So the joke's on you!

  • cartman4885
    cartman4885 7 hari yang lalu

    So this is what you use when the Ice Road is down..... nice video

  • Capt.K. Peterkin
    Capt.K. Peterkin 7 hari yang lalu +1

    Awesome landing....

  • Mr X
    Mr X 7 hari yang lalu +4

    Your videos would be sooooo much better without the blaring music

  • Philippe Gagnon
    Philippe Gagnon 7 hari yang lalu +2

    Amazing video! Really out of the beaten path, and fascinating to see how northern ops function.

  • Matt W
    Matt W 8 hari yang lalu

    That was truly something else & really far-out Sam, what a beauty that classic 200 series is, this transported us back to the late 60's early 70's era with real flying, she seems very responsive and undoubtedly a joy for those excellent pilots to fly with no computers or digital flight controls, instead just real flying a pilots dream I'm sure. Another A+ & 10/10 just when I thought you couldn't do any better this comes along - absolutely top class stuff! Just goes to show that modern-highly advanced computer controlled everything isn't always better and basically keeping it simple with strong, durable & analog engineering from previous decades [60's/70's] still has a lot of relevance and numerous uses in this so called day & age, great to see this video once again!
    If you haven't already seen this video [another preserved 747 classic] just type in 'Exclusive ASF B747-300 Visit' And as always Keep On Keeping On Man!

  • Chris Messer
    Chris Messer 8 hari yang lalu

    I use to be in the DC-8 flying freight long ago. Classic flying is a amazing. Much respect for these two pilots. Less automation makes for a very polished flight crew member. Last airliner I worked in was an L-1011. Much respect for these gentleman. The bleed-air fed gravel deflector is brilliant!

  • Phiré Records
    Phiré Records 8 hari yang lalu +5

    dude the most interesting part is landing and takeoff.. stop speeding it up

  • Lapoku
    Lapoku 8 hari yang lalu

    so... u wanna be commercial airline pilot, sam?

  • E. A.
    E. A. 8 hari yang lalu

    Wow i like the upgraded cockpit.

  • carlos g roldan
    carlos g roldan 8 hari yang lalu

    Thanks!! That is something you don"t see everyday, especially watch this old birds flying!! so cool!!!

  • Gromitdog1
    Gromitdog1 8 hari yang lalu

    How the f is the pilot not exceeding the maximum allowable 35 BMI?

    • believe achieve
      believe achieve 7 hari yang lalu

      There's really no need for cruel and mean jokes like that! If you knew anything about Aviation, you would know how brutally difficult it is to not only get one license, but to get 5+ licenses in order to reach the highest level of airmanship, that is airline pilot! He's probably living a much happier, more fulfilling, more exciting, and more wealthy lifestyle then most people! So the joke's on you!

  • Daniel olsen
    Daniel olsen 8 hari yang lalu

    I have to admit, heys no light weight lol