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Comments • 160

  • dev jenson
    dev jenson 3 days ago +2

    Nicely done my friend i have actually been at the same spot as yourself photographing wing mist as they are coming in you cannot beat the beast 747 .. its so iconic in its shape and sound. Just great video footage well done

  • The Green Leaf
    The Green Leaf 4 days ago +1

    Can someone tell me were this part of Heathrow is were I can view these planes please

  • Daniel K
    Daniel K 4 days ago

    Gotta be brutally honest. I recently came across this guys short BBC clip and thought I’d check it out. Apart from some great camera work... Not a big fan. I’ve been plane spotting for about a decade and this is really quite new. I’m a bit of a traditionalist, in that I enjoy videos without music or commentary and just ATC and the raw sound. However I can see the appeal of Big Jet TV. I’ll keep watching and maybe I’ll warm up to it, but for now, it just isn’t my cup of tea.

  • Nijel Powery
    Nijel Powery 4 days ago +2

    You caught our landing at 6:20:00! I operated the 777-200ER (G-YMMH) back in from YYZ (delayed by 6hrs & 30mins) - It was very bumpy!

  • marcus577
    marcus577 5 days ago

    What is that knocking sound. Im just by leave Lambourne 27R

  • luke pilsbury
    luke pilsbury 5 days ago

    Does anyone know what time this stream started, I was on an American 777 at midday and was just intrigued as to what the landing looked like but don't have 7 hours to spend watching this video 😭

    • BIG JET TV
      BIG JET TV  4 days ago +1

      It started around 07:20 am BST if I recall correctly luke, hope that helps.

  • fsclips
    fsclips 6 days ago

    Are guys ever planning to film in Germany? I fly the A320 series for a large German company. Would be great to see my colleagues on TheXvid.

    • ZeroSight
      ZeroSight 3 days ago

      Hi. They have done a few shows in Germany but I think they may only be accessible to Members. I'm sure they have more in the pipeline 😀

  • Adam lee Wicks
    Adam lee Wicks 6 days ago

    That ba a320 at 4:40:08 what a landing. Dip wing help with landing

  • hamshackleton
    hamshackleton 6 days ago

    Finally got chance to watch (16/8). Air traffic wouldn't directly tell inbound pilots about standing turbulence, only microbursts that are very transient. That info would be on the ATIS, a different radio frequency, running a loop tape that gives all field info, changed as often as needed. Hearing you struggling to explain the shed turbulence in a crosswind - picture the wind blowing across, and hitting the shed, it can't go through, so it has to go over. That creates a positive pressure in front, and a slight vacuum behind, the shed. In turn, this pulls the wind back down, but at the same time, makes it roll. So picture a swiss roll of air in the low pressure zone, that gets bigger as it rolls, until it is pushed away by a new one developing. You end up with a series of swiss rolls bowling across the field in the direction of the wind, which tries to twist the aeroplane round in it, in the direction of the rotation of the roll.

  • Walter Sobchak
    Walter Sobchak 7 days ago

    Jerry, what's the deal with joining ? I tried all ways possible today & just kept hitting a brick wall, all i'm getting is a dead youtube link page saying "sorry about that" or it's just linking to your TheXvid home page.

    • Walter Sobchak
      Walter Sobchak 6 days ago

      Tried from my iPhone instead of my iPad, got it done now thanks Gilly.
      P.s. I'm in Surrey, about 17 miles south east of Heathrow & 8 miles north of Gatwick.

    • BIG JET TV
      BIG JET TV  6 days ago

      Where are you located Walter? You maye be getting an error message if Channel Membership isn't available at your location. Others have used a VPN to byass this, is that something you could try? (Gilly)

  • Curlyanne B
    Curlyanne B 8 days ago

    The planes with propellers look like sea gulls coming in. I don’t think I’ve ever heard what their purpose is????? What attach propellers to a perfectly good motor?

    • theravedaddy
      theravedaddy 4 days ago

      You will find your answer by googling 'what is a turbo prop engine'.

  • Walter Sobchak
    Walter Sobchak 8 days ago

    @ Big Jet TV, I'm surprised that you don't monitor the ATC tower approach frequencies for more insight as to what's coming in & what the ATC & pilots are saying.

    • Walter Sobchak
      Walter Sobchak 7 days ago +1

      BIG JET TV
      Yes i caught that in the show, funny old law that. i wasn't suggesting that you overlay it on to the video or stream, only that one of you are listening to it for information.

    • BIG JET TV
      BIG JET TV  8 days ago

      It's against the law in the UK to broadcast ATC @Walter Sobchak, so we aren't able to monitor ATC on the show.

  • Steve Griffiths
    Steve Griffiths 8 days ago

    Love to join the group...being on a pension not possible. Ex airline staff. Cheers

  • jp
    jp 9 days ago

    It's not nice when your dinner hits the ceiling followed a few minutes later by your coffee. I had my hand over my whisky at the time, got to get your priorities right.

  • allan kayes
    allan kayes 9 days ago

    Wow brilliant

  • Walter Sobchak
    Walter Sobchak 9 days ago +1

    1:48:25 Maija Isola, famous Finnish designer created the Marimekko Kivet design which is what you see on the plane.

  • Rohan Williams
    Rohan Williams 9 days ago

    did anyone watch all 7 hours? and I didn't know watching plane land was so interesting until I watch thislol

  • Lyndsey Yorke
    Lyndsey Yorke 9 days ago

    Love watching your channel it helps with my anxiety watching planes land and take off. 🙂

  • Johnson Rabefaniraka
    Johnson Rabefaniraka 9 days ago +1

    I had my breakfast that day at Heathrow's MacDo, so really nearer of your spotting place. Very windy day anyway.

  • John Burns
    John Burns 10 days ago +3

    Hello from British Columbia

  • DontBlink
    DontBlink 10 days ago

    No Fair how come they get to talk

  • Steven Cassie
    Steven Cassie 10 days ago

    It's amazing to see the footage of the BA A319 as the right wing suddenly lifts just before touchdown.
    I was on that flight from Newcastle, seat 21F right hand window seat.
    It was a very bumpy turbulent 8 mile approach, there was a spontaneous gasp from all the passengers as the wing lifted.
    I spoke to the captain later and said "that was a good a bit of flying!!"
    He smiled and said "thank you"

  • Joanna
    Joanna 10 days ago +1

    So much skill in landing a plane, the British airways one wow.

  • Antony Cole
    Antony Cole 10 days ago

    Great video! Did you catch the ALK MD-82 subbing for Bulgaria Air? I can't seem to find it!

  • Yasmin Freeman
    Yasmin Freeman 10 days ago

    Where do you go to get an amazing viewing this

    • Yasmin Freeman
      Yasmin Freeman 3 days ago

      @John Partridge
      Is there any other places at Luton

    • John Partridge
      John Partridge 5 days ago

      Yasmin Freeman hotel carpark stood on top of a Van.

  • K2PAK
    K2PAK 11 days ago

    PIA 🇵🇰 6:56:58 👍🏽

    • Joanna
      Joanna 10 days ago +2

      I’ve been on the KLM so many times going to Holland

  • pokaacyce
    pokaacyce 11 days ago

    Whats the best location for planespotting in heathrow ??

  • revaholic
    revaholic 11 days ago

    2:06:36 2:23:15 Long live the A340...the most graceful looking airliner, so slender yet powerful looking

  • Quant Connecting 570 banks

    How often do they change the tyres on these aircraft? how damaged do they get after just 1 landing?

  • lewis rogan
    lewis rogan 11 days ago

    I mean, well done on the marathon feed, cheez credit where its due, couple of scetchy landings. Love the Kuwait 777.

  • Christopher Escott
    Christopher Escott 11 days ago

    YOU sir ARE the KING of live aviation. 7 HOURS!!!! Wow factor!!!!

  • Alex u
    Alex u 11 days ago +10

    I was on Air Lingus at 17:15 from Dublin. That pilot was absolutely balls to the walls. He also took off on a tarmac before another landing plane cleared it haha
    Watch out for those Irish pilots 😂

  • Quant Connecting 570 banks

    How do these planes work. When they look like they are going to have a messy landing the plane seems to quickly correct itself in time to land fairly smoothly. The near wing strike plane landed its left side wheels first and instantly corrected itself to avert any damage.

  • celebrityserb
    celebrityserb 11 days ago

    I love when they put all episodes of the Season in One Go..

  • 星辰大海
    星辰大海 11 days ago


  • Abby’s Adventures
    Abby’s Adventures 11 days ago

    Love this but lots of pilots these days are female , so less of the “ come on son “ . Great channel from a female plane spotter !

    • BIG JET TV
      BIG JET TV  11 days ago +1

      "Go on son" is one of Jerry's sayings, not really aimed at the pilot per se but you do make a good point Abby, and btw I'm female too ;) Ok so we can't go with "Go on Capt" because it could be the FO landing.... any ideas? :D

  • Tony Haines
    Tony Haines 11 days ago

    4:05:45 Telephoto Compression, The farther things are away from the camera the greater the zoom power.

  • Train's and planes
    Train's and planes 11 days ago +2

    I was there that day, I was scared because of all the wind & how many planes were swerving all over he place. A helicopter also went over and that nearly hit a power line.

  • Aviation King
    Aviation King 11 days ago

    I feel sad that almost all of the A346... they're becoming rarer... ugh!

  • Bradley Tomkins
    Bradley Tomkins 11 days ago

    I’ve been on the KLM so many times going to Holland

  • Bradley Tomkins
    Bradley Tomkins 11 days ago

    So much skill in landing a plane, the British airways one wow.

  • Jochem B.
    Jochem B. 12 days ago

    Hi Jerry,
    thank you for the information, 7hrs 20 mins are no reason to apologize, it was a really great show. Even though I was only able to watch sporadicly. Hope the micro-burst didn't do you any harm😨
    Had to check the net what the "Pandemonium" meant😱😱😱
    Jochem B.

  • steezyasfuck
    steezyasfuck 12 days ago

    uh oh !! i’m flying back from portugal today

  • Rain In July
    Rain In July 12 days ago

    This is TRAGIC. Sad bastards

  • Shechai Yah
    Shechai Yah 12 days ago

    What you are able to do that's quite a skill is keep resetting focus all the way down or up the plane's path. I can't do that, no zooming clearly for me, not yet. I'll keep trying.

  • Blue Angel Phantoms
    Blue Angel Phantoms 12 days ago +2

    Definitely got my heart rate up watching these landings. Great job by all the pilots.

  • Joel Bryan
    Joel Bryan 12 days ago

    Who actually has the time to watch this? Get a job mun

    • theravedaddy
      theravedaddy 4 days ago

      Well im watching it because people who didnt pay attention at school pay me lots of money to sit in the warm to watch youtube

    • TJRD
      TJRD 11 days ago +4

      You realise most people don't work on the weekend, right?

  • hoopsheavenpa
    hoopsheavenpa 12 days ago

    Jerry, you go above and beyond! Thank you for always providing great content!

  • Beth M
    Beth M 12 days ago

    I’d love to work with you when I’m older not gonna lie,then go into flight attendant

  • l Leaver
    l Leaver 12 days ago

    Why is this trending

  • A
    A 12 days ago +3

    Some unbelievable pilots controlling brilliantly under harsh conditions.

  • Christopher Leishman
    Christopher Leishman 12 days ago +5

    is this a 7hour 25min video am a seeing things here

  • P K
    P K 12 days ago +9

    Only here because it was on trending... I'm not a plane, train or anything "spotter" - but fair enough if you're into all that jazz...
    The thing I wanted to mention was, that it's amazing to see them all landing safely in mad weather conditions... especially for someone who always has what probably is a rather irrational fear of flying, watching this has restored my faith a little in how safe it is.
    (P.S. I'll still probably get drunk next time I'm on one, just so it will speed up the journey 🤣😂)

  • æsthetic Lps
    æsthetic Lps 12 days ago +1

    I hope u r doing live tomoz 🙏💕im loving it keep it up 💗

  • Anis Menace
    Anis Menace 12 days ago +1

    OMG People actually watch this 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

    • 230968
      230968 10 days ago +1

      If it was not the rapid, crazy camera movements and all the silly yelling, I would watch all the 7+ hours. Still I watched more than two hours on and off.

    • TJRD
      TJRD 11 days ago +2

      People with an interest in something watching a video about it. Oh the madness. What are you interested in?

    • Latrice Bannister
      Latrice Bannister 12 days ago +1

      Anis Menace crazy right

  • Harry Fletcher
    Harry Fletcher 12 days ago +3

    4:40:00, thank me later :)

  • Don Barzini
    Don Barzini 12 days ago +2

    Go fly a plane stop watching them lol

  • Andrej Z
    Andrej Z 12 days ago +73

    4:40:08 Pilots are just incredible and they deserve to be paid much more!

    • RJ
      RJ 10 days ago +1

      Quant Connecting 570 banks the autopilot can only handle up to 20kts crosswind for landing on the A320 series. Anything above that and it has to be flown manually. Autoland is virtually never used unless in low visibility conditions, when it’s foggy. With fog you also tend to have very little wind, and the automatics can handle it well. On a clear but blustery day, they’ll definitely have been flying manually for landing.

    • Daniel Molineux
      Daniel Molineux 11 days ago

      @Joel Bryan but they get taxed around 50%

    • PhreshFunk
      PhreshFunk 11 days ago +1

      @Nathan around 300k - 10billion

    • PhreshFunk
      PhreshFunk 11 days ago +1

      @Nathan around 200k - 250k

    • PhreshFunk
      PhreshFunk 11 days ago +1

      @Nathan around 150k - 170k

  • Zauchi
    Zauchi 12 days ago +3

    memories.... me and my dad used to go watch the planes at Heathrow.

  • Kadence Charles
    Kadence Charles 12 days ago +24

    *I’m really confused right now*

  • George Pearson
    George Pearson 12 days ago

    What’s this? Something decent on trending? What a treat! My only disappointment is the “paid membership” for live chat

  • ZX- Gaming
    ZX- Gaming 12 days ago +2

    Where about was the pia landing

    • K2PAK
      K2PAK 11 days ago +1

      ZX- Gaming 6:56:58 🇵🇰

  • Charlie Buxton
    Charlie Buxton 12 days ago +27

    BA A350 Go-Around is at 5:25:00 for those who don’t want to look through all 7 hours!

    • John Davis
      John Davis 6 days ago

      They get 90k to 170k a year

    • l Leaver
      l Leaver 12 days ago

      Charlie Buxton they get like 500k a year

  • Nicole Muzondo
    Nicole Muzondo 12 days ago +63

    I came to the comment section expecting people to be like why is this trending but instead there’s actual people watching this for 7 and a half hours 😩

    • Riley Bouchey
      Riley Bouchey 3 days ago

      Nicole Muzondo yea Casue it’s entertaining and cool to watch

    • theravedaddy
      theravedaddy 4 days ago

      I expect you are quite happy spending 8 hours a night watching theonlywayoutofthecelebrityxfactorloveislandgottalent while bloating out on the sofa but thats up to you...

    • Jake Ponsiglione
      Jake Ponsiglione 6 days ago +1

      Nicole Muzondo why do you come here and ridicule people for watching stuff that they enjoy i don’t get it for example I can ridicule you for watching James Charles who you are subscribed to but I won’t because I can respect that you enjoy different things than me

    • Adam lee Wicks
      Adam lee Wicks 6 days ago +1

      Brando is right planes are fantastic to watch

    • Grandslam45
      Grandslam45 6 days ago

      I agree

  • Charlie Buxton
    Charlie Buxton 12 days ago +18

    When you’re trying to look for the A319 landing on the thumbnail, in 7 hours of video...

  • PhreshFunk
    PhreshFunk 12 days ago +7

    4:40:08 😮✈

  • sharpley75
    sharpley75 12 days ago +234

    4:40:08 for the near wing strike

    • Hayden Wallace
      Hayden Wallace 5 days ago

      æsthetic Lps yeah and he is just a guy holding a camera lmao. He is no expert and neither are we but that was nowhere near close. The pilot could have landed that still with his eyes closed. Im not quite sure why you are so triggered

    • æsthetic Lps
      æsthetic Lps 6 days ago

      Hayden Wallace He even said it himself ur blind if u cant see IT WAS CLOSEE!!!! 😊😡🤬

    • Walter Sobchak
      Walter Sobchak 6 days ago

      Hayden Wallace
      Yes, i'm with you Hayden, not even close.

    • Hayden Wallace
      Hayden Wallace 7 days ago +3

      That was far from a "near wing strike" lol. You guys get overly excited over nothing

    • æsthetic Lps
      æsthetic Lps 9 days ago +1

      Yes ty i am so stupid didnt know it was called a wing strike 🤦‍♀️🤦‍♀️

  • chestermikeuk
    chestermikeuk 12 days ago +2

    Fantastic first time as member show, edge of seat with those winds. Keep up the great work Jerry & team Big Jet TV

  • HamburgAirport
    HamburgAirport 12 days ago +28

    5:42:10 the BA A350 is standing in the air!

    • Dee Plane
      Dee Plane 12 days ago +1

      HamburgAirport brilliant to watch!

  • Stellar Pixels
    Stellar Pixels 12 days ago +5

    Marathon effort today, folks! Thank you to the pilot for taking his time to have a chat. Great show. 👍🏻

  • ZaKTricKzzz ‘
    ZaKTricKzzz ‘ 12 days ago +17

    7 hours? This shows The love you have of planes ✈️❤️👍


    Been in the flight deck and flown on A320neo G-TTNH, A320 G-EUYT, 787-8 G-ZBJG, 777-300 G-STBH/G-STBJ and various other BA jets!

  • Bullyforyou180
    Bullyforyou180 12 days ago +1

    What minute is the near wing strike?

  • Vortex Sam95
    Vortex Sam95 12 days ago +9

    Idk why but seeing planes in action always fascinated me

  • Scotty Honeybone Dirt Track Racing

    You ended up going for almost 7.50 hours last this morning mind you it was a pretty intense show ae with a near wing strike keep up the awesome work ae it's a pleasure belonging to the Big Jet TV family cheers Scotty Honeybone