Noel Philips: inflight Video
Noel Philips: inflight Video
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  • 田原誠
    田原誠 29 minutes ago

    6:08:00 着陸直前

  • 田原誠
    田原誠 35 minutes ago

    4:30:00 たぶんグランドキャニオン上空

  • Magnetic Man
    Magnetic Man 39 minutes ago

    Hey Comrade Noel, good review and a cool little jet, I just subscribed, warm wishes;-))

  • 田原誠
    田原誠 40 minutes ago

    55:00夕陽の雲海

  • tawtsai
    tawtsai Hour ago

    Noel, I don't think I've ever seen you so happy (of all the videos I've watched of yours so far)!! What an incredible experience - thanks for sharing it with us!!

  • Infidel At Work
    Infidel At Work Hour ago

    Anyone ever watched full video? For above 8h there is nothing happened.

  • Samuel Selvaraj Selladurai

    Old is gold.

  • Bill Lumbergh
    Bill Lumbergh 2 hours ago

    I dunno I’d take this soviet air tank over a 737 Max

  • mebewale
    mebewale 3 hours ago

    Like the Q400, any aircraft operating at and below below 25000ft doesn't need passenger oxygen masks and I believe it's the same situation here

  • Martyn S
    Martyn S 3 hours ago

    You're a big kid, Noel! Love it!

  • Scott Lawson
    Scott Lawson 3 hours ago

    Wow, I always wanted to know more about the Yak40. Cheapest turbojet on Airline Manager 2, and now I know why. But what a brilliant little plane, full of character, and the heat from the engines in the toilet is brilliant, I love it. Thanks for doing that, what an awesome video! I used to think you entered on the front side, as shown in the game I play, but what a quirky little plane haha. No kidding two men must have been cramped on those seats though. I could drive 388 miles for less than £75 but not without that much character and experience, fantastic

  • planes spotter and railfanner

    ah the db cooper hole boarding and stairs design

  • Goytá F. Villela Jr.

    One hour and 45 minutes at 20,000 feet? That's turboprop speed and altitude -- but I've just checked it, and the Yak-40 really does have a turboprop's speed and ceiling. Fascinating! And hearing that you were going to Lviv next brought me sentimental memories. No, I've never been in the Ukraine, but my mom's best friend was born in Lviv at the time the city was part of Poland and was called Lwów (pronounced "l'voov"). My mom's friend was a Polish Jewish woman who survived both being experimented on by Josef Mengele (who took out part of her stomach organ, in a kind of early crude and forced bariatric surgery, who knows what for) and being in Auschwitz, where she met her future husband. Definitely not a romantic place to start a relationship, but they somehow survived the ordeal, emigrated and lived a relatively happy life, trying to forget the painful past. They were luckier than most, after all. That part of Europe had centuries of unbelievable suffering through wars, genocides, massacres, invasions, plundering, ethnic cleansing, forced mass deportations, hunger and persecution by tyrannical regimes of all sorts, and as far as only two or three generations ago. People there may live a modest life now by European standards, but they should be thankful for at least living in peace now.

  • Shamus O Neill
    Shamus O Neill 5 hours ago

    That plane looked horrible! Like something out of a horror film

  • Planes
    Planes 5 hours ago

    *Soviet

  • Jay Shepherd
    Jay Shepherd 5 hours ago

    Do you still upload full flights anywhere?

  • DON BALL
    DON BALL 5 hours ago

    nice old tub. would be fun to fly in

  • DemidUa
    DemidUa 6 hours ago

    My father was a first officer on Yak-40 in times of USSR, we still had a foto from a flight academy where a dozen of those aircrafts are staying at a grass airfield, that's showing how many planes of that type were produced and what opportunities did you have living and studying in USSR. Now I can't imagine flight school that provides you a typerating on a such aircraft plus base studying for free. Hi from Kiev!)

  • shantanu jain
    shantanu jain 6 hours ago

    There's no ATC ! clickbait

  • Bizzzzlle
    Bizzzzlle 6 hours ago

    That climb rate thooooo!

  • PompeyJimmy
    PompeyJimmy 6 hours ago

    Love the Geoff Marshall reference in there towards the end! You should travel around europe or even the UK with him doing "All the Airports" and include "Vicky explores.." to see how many airports include a WH Smith! 😂

  • roblaa
    roblaa 7 hours ago

    wow noel brave wouldn't catch me on that I'm a chicken when it comes to antique aircraft

  • nathan evans
    nathan evans 7 hours ago

    Hi Noel really hoping you see this comment I’ve never been on a plane but got a really bad fear of flying got my first ever flight next year and dreading it so bad scared to point were ime scared ime going to walk off the plane any help will be really appreciated

    • Noel Philips: inflight Video
      Noel Philips: inflight Video 6 hours ago

      Aw no that’s a shame! There are some great gear of flying courses ran by the airlines. BA run one I believe. I used to be scared of flying to believe it or not - I got over it by learning every little detail about aviation - and also by remembering how many flights a year go without incident. Millions of them! Who are you flying with?

  • Demon Dappz
    Demon Dappz 7 hours ago

    dunno how this guy isn’t tired of flying like I fly abroad 2-3 times a year max and flying is no more than a ball ache to me

    • s125ish
      s125ish 6 hours ago

      Demon Dappz how so,e people love it

  • egpx
    egpx 7 hours ago

    Loved the video Noel but it is tinged with frustration for me - I was due to fly that very service next Wednesday but for reasons I won't bore you with I've had to cancel my trip to Ukraine. I hope the service continues into 2020 when I might get a second chance to do it. I'd have been smiling as much as you were!

  • Thomas Pawley
    Thomas Pawley 7 hours ago

    17:38 Did you say 3 and and a half hours landing at Heathrow...it takes much longer ORD-LHR

  • Marcus LeeP
    Marcus LeeP 7 hours ago

    Looking very nice...

  • manu bird
    manu bird 8 hours ago

    What a fun report! The Yak 40 looks like a mini B-727, my favorite aircraft of all time.

    • manu bird
      manu bird 2 hours ago

      @Goytá F. Villela Jr. Aloha from Hawai'i! Let me try again as my reply seems to have disappeared because I hit the wrong button. Most of my B 727 flights were in Micronesia in the 1970s - early 1990s. At that time, some airports still had 4800' crushed coral landing strips. Landings were always heart-thumpers! But the B 727 was the only commercial jet aircraft at the time that could land on those isolated islands. Times have changed with airport upgrades. Now United uses B 737s. If you might be interested in the old days, search for Continental Air Micronesia.

    • Goytá F. Villela Jr.
      Goytá F. Villela Jr. 3 hours ago

      Yes, the shape is reminiscent of the 727, but VERY miniaturized, as the Yak-40 is smaller than an Embraer ERJ-135. And the 727 is my favorite aircraft, too, not just because I like the design, but because I'm old enough to have flown the 727 many times and it's still the best narrow-body experience I've ever had as a passenger (well, probably second to the British-made HS Trident 3, which I only flew once and was extremely smooth and comfortable, but it was a trijet too, anyway -- or maybe a 3 1/2 jet...).

  • Tim Hall
    Tim Hall 8 hours ago

    Wow, great vlog,lucky you to fly such a classic aircraft in 2019!.

  • Konstantin
    Konstantin 8 hours ago

    Когда с Москвы или в Москву политит? When will you fly to Moscow?

    • Noel Philips: inflight Video
      Noel Philips: inflight Video 6 hours ago

      I was there in January 2019. I flew Belavia, Izhavia and S7 through DME. Hopefully back in spring 2020.

  • Kiril Mihaylov
    Kiril Mihaylov 8 hours ago

    Good one. Old but goodie

  • David Ellis
    David Ellis 8 hours ago

    Loved the "relies on the curvature of the earth" comment!

  • Penelope
    Penelope 8 hours ago

    Stunning! Thank you!

  • beautyfascination
    beautyfascination 9 hours ago

    Amazing adventure for you;)))

  • David Harris
    David Harris 9 hours ago

    congrats that would have a been a awesome flt wish I could fly on that 1 and other Russian jets and props

  • Mad Mike
    Mad Mike 9 hours ago

    "its a really unique experience"..... Looks outside the window looks the same as every other view out there 😂😂😂😂

  • fejic
    fejic 9 hours ago

    Are you at least a little bit nervous flying on these soviet death traps

  • Lane Borden
    Lane Borden 9 hours ago

    Did you notice how you touched down well before the start of the runway?? I guess cause it's a small jet it didn't matter??, Oh well, glad you finally got to ride in one, it looked awesome !

  • John Anderson
    John Anderson 9 hours ago

    Fantastic flight Noel - better man than me braving a soviet era airliner !

  • tcraigh1
    tcraigh1 10 hours ago

    Loved this video, I took this flight because of it and it was brilliant so thank you for bringing it to my attention. I think alot of people must have watched this video as the flight was packed

  • Tomasz Skrzypczak
    Tomasz Skrzypczak 10 hours ago

    Who wants to see another QSuite review when we can watch that, LOL. Very cool. Brave man!

  • kacperkrakowski RBLX
    kacperkrakowski RBLX 10 hours ago

    12:08 someone should let Geoff Marshall know 😂😂😂

  • Steven s
    Steven s 10 hours ago

    Like a small 727.

  • nmpls
    nmpls 10 hours ago

    Yeah, but did the airport have a help point?

  • Brett Kear
    Brett Kear 10 hours ago

    Giday Noel..... I really like you videos.... I'm wondering...how do you obtain the actual flight path images please..... Many thanks

    • Noel Philips: inflight Video
      Noel Philips: inflight Video 10 hours ago

      Thank you! Flight path is from data on online flight trackers, and uses a system i made to play it back on the map.

  • Amy Sober
    Amy Sober 10 hours ago

    I grinned way too hard and Geoff Marshall reference! You're happiness has rubbed off on me today :)

  • Adam Bell
    Adam Bell 10 hours ago

    Loved the Geoff Marshall reference. You and him should totally team up and do the least used airports in each country series. That would be truely epic.

  • Neil Smith : Moments In The Sky

    You were so giddy on that plane was a pleasure to watch! They appeared to spool up as they turned to line up causing the plane to lean over..classic!

  • kians vlogs
    kians vlogs 12 hours ago

    9:54:00

  • TheGhostOfTheMind
    TheGhostOfTheMind 12 hours ago

    I wonder if any flat earthers have commented about the Earth's curvature. haha ;P

  • You_want_some_gamer
    You_want_some_gamer 12 hours ago

    Where does it get its name YAK 40? Great video by the way

    • Noel Philips: inflight Video
      Noel Philips: inflight Video 10 hours ago

      The manufacturer is called Yakovlev, after the founder Alexander Yakovlev, so all the aircraft are named Yak (like Tupolev are Tu-).

  • B Hunt
    B Hunt 12 hours ago

    I don’t get airsickness but would YAK on this flying garbage can

  • Sam White
    Sam White 12 hours ago

    So cool! When will you post a full flight video on youtube? I have the time to watch them.

  • bboyjunyor
    bboyjunyor 12 hours ago

    Funny joke with the curvature of the earth... I assume though it is a joke and you're not a flatearther! :D Nice video!

  • TJ Egan
    TJ Egan 12 hours ago

    It is like a time capsule. So glad the flight brought out the excitement in you!

  • Glenn Chambers
    Glenn Chambers 12 hours ago

    How can you tell that an old jet is Russian? Easy just look at the tractor wheels they have :) Those things can land anywhere.

    • Goytá F. Villela Jr.
      Goytá F. Villela Jr. 3 hours ago

      And they did. Aeroflot used to land the Tu-154 (much larger than the Yak-40) on gravel and ice runways (or even just flat areas with no demarcated runways) in remote parts of Siberia and even on the frozen Arctic Ocean in winter. Really sturdy planes. People like to mention the Aeroflot crashes in the Soviet era, and there were indeed a lot of them, but they forget the even more impressive number of crashes that did NOT happen under conditions that would utterly destroy any fancy, modern Western plane.

  • Jens Artschwager
    Jens Artschwager 13 hours ago

    Only one hour of darkness? This is pretty short, isnt it?

  • TOBLEROWAN123
    TOBLEROWAN123 13 hours ago

    Death trap ! I’ve seen stalagmites climb quicker, still love the videos tho

  • Andrew Baumgartner
    Andrew Baumgartner 13 hours ago

    Still safer than a Boeing :-)

  • SkavenUK
    SkavenUK 13 hours ago

    Rather you than me. Thanks for taking one for the team haha

  • Swiss001FanBoy
    Swiss001FanBoy 13 hours ago

    My fav Airline is Swiss! :) And nice Video Noel! :) (Love your vids) - From Switzerland 🇨🇭🇨🇭 - Live in Zurich -------------------

  • Stephen Jugon
    Stephen Jugon 14 hours ago

    Can you do another full flight video from Atlanta ( ATL ) to Akron Ohio ( CAK )

  • Jounaaass
    Jounaaass 14 hours ago

    Its gonna be a sad day when airlines are gonna retire this plane, it was sad when finnair retires the last 757 in 2014. (I have flown more than 120 hours in B757 😂)

  • caled james
    caled james 14 hours ago

    may i add jeju air from south korea the most scumbag airline. i bought roundtrip ticket with 15kg free baggage but when i checking in the staff told me that i have no free 15kilo they can't even explain why they just wanted me to pay 100dollars. since i have no choice but to pay coz i wanted to go home to philippines. after my 15days vacation in philippines and again it happened in manila to my dismay another unjustified 15kg fee and i paid 85 dollars r they will not allow me to board. so warning to anyone that will use jeju air to completely check or as nuch as possible to not patronize the scumbag airline coz this is an ongoing dillema of all passengers taking the jejuair. the service and staff are un ccomodating half hearted and unavailable. the website and email is so terrible no reply to every single email.

  • SoberKennedy
    SoberKennedy 14 hours ago

    "Somebody should let Geoff Marshall know." Thanks for making me laugh this morning.

  • Michael MacDonell
    Michael MacDonell 14 hours ago

    Um....( not an avgeek, so has no clever stuff to type) .....Yaketty-Yak, Don't look back?

  • RollsRoycePower
    RollsRoycePower 14 hours ago

    "Relies solely on the curvature of the earth to take off" 😂😂😂 That had me giggling for a good half hour!!! 😂😂😂 Fantastic trip report as ever good sir!! Keep up the great work

    • Goytá F. Villela Jr.
      Goytá F. Villela Jr. 3 hours ago

      Yes, I had thought that was an Airbus innovation developed for the A340, but the comrades had come first with it! 😂

  • eirjet2297
    eirjet2297 14 hours ago

    Great video, really enjoying all the latest video content very interesting airlines and aircraft

  • Bonrad The Great
    Bonrad The Great 14 hours ago

    once again another great video you give a very good history of the planes your flying on i look forward to every upload

  • Rochey 23
    Rochey 23 15 hours ago

    Super video! Love these Soviet planes. Rolling takeoff was excellent especially with that noise! Great work!

  • Bonnie's MoTo-Ranch
    Bonnie's MoTo-Ranch 15 hours ago

    Oxygenmasks are only needed when flying higher than 25.000 feet. The Dash8 for example also doesn't have any

    • James Armstrong
      James Armstrong 15 hours ago

      Bonnie's MoTo-Ranch true though some airlines do still add them.

  • John Hewison
    John Hewison 15 hours ago

    Noel you have the balls of steel flying onboard 40 years old Russian jet.

  • Gary Charles
    Gary Charles 15 hours ago

    Fit Cabin Crew and a nice rolling takeoff!

  • Andrew Whitney
    Andrew Whitney 16 hours ago

    Ha ha I really love your Geoff Marshall joke! He is a fantastic RU-clipr.

  • DutchCanJam
    DutchCanJam 16 hours ago

    Love that the speakers are down next to the seats 😂 ...and no oxygen masks? 😐 Thanks for posting, very cool to see!

  • Drdee1
    Drdee1 16 hours ago

    Hi Noel I subscribed to your channel because of the first Yak video. I flew with Saravia from Saratov to Moscow on one of these in around 2006. We had to carry our own luggage on to the plane and there was no PA system so the one cabin crew member had to shout the safety demonstration! We were right on the edge of Domodedovo airport on landing, next to planes parked up with the engine covers on. How do they find pilots who know how to fly these planes anymore? Liked the Geoff Marshall reference too!

  • EngX Hub
    EngX Hub 16 hours ago

    What a great little plane.

  • James Mitchell
    James Mitchell 16 hours ago

    why would anybody press dislike ? A lively natured guy flying round the world on various amazing planes.The channel is what it says on the tin.Love it I fly a lot from east Midlands as my mum lives near carcassonne.I have had some interesting landings indeed at carcassonne airport

  • James Mitchell
    James Mitchell 16 hours ago

    The sound of the engines is insane great video

  • James Mitchell
    James Mitchell 16 hours ago

    can always remember flying the McDonald Douglas and the dan air planes that had scratched graffiti on the inside

    • Goytá F. Villela Jr.
      Goytá F. Villela Jr. 4 hours ago

      *McDonald* Douglas? Not the Burger King Douglas or the Wendy Douglas? 😄

  • James Mitchell
    James Mitchell 16 hours ago

    I dont think I I would be brave enough I wont fly on any Russian carrier.And you can include Turkmenistan airways banned from euro skies

  • runway heading
    runway heading 16 hours ago

    You have got some serious guts to fly anything Russian made!

    • Goytá F. Villela Jr.
      Goytá F. Villela Jr. 3 hours ago

      I would fly something Russian-made. Maybe I'd pray before the flight, but I would. Now, I wouldn't fly anything *Chinese* made. Sam Chui flew the Comac ARJ-21 on a regional flight in China and THAT was having balls!

  • Christopher Casserly
    Christopher Casserly 16 hours ago

    You have the personality of a bag of mud

  • Kevster 100
    Kevster 100 16 hours ago

    I honestly thought BA didn't allow brats in First.

  • Thijs Sterrenburg
    Thijs Sterrenburg 16 hours ago

    you should really not be so scared to film in open places because in the beginning of the video we could litterely see inside of your nose and that is really disgusting. (no hate but maybe helpfull in future videos bc it reallly annoys me) and you do it in almost every video :)

  • Real Idiot
    Real Idiot 17 hours ago

    Ni66a watch you diet!

  • Stefan Benedikovic
    Stefan Benedikovic 17 hours ago

    ..nice videofootage....It has evoked images in my past..when I used to fly with Yak 40 with former Czechoslovak airlines on destinations from Bratislava to Prague or from Pieštany to Poprad Tatry..wonderful plane....but alreade just a history

  • Double Jeopardy
    Double Jeopardy 17 hours ago

    Sir whats your views on the corruption in Russia?🤔

  • FunsterProductions
    FunsterProductions 17 hours ago

    Cool lucky you would love to try this 😁

  • RustigReizen AUB
    RustigReizen AUB 17 hours ago

    Are you not getting tired of al that travels?

  • Paul Sheard
    Paul Sheard 17 hours ago

    WOW what a great aircraft!!! thanks for bringing us along Noel :)

  • Anonymous Person
    Anonymous Person 17 hours ago

    Is he gay

  • NYC Flyer
    NYC Flyer 17 hours ago

    Amazing video! I loved that retro interior! I wish all airplane window shades were like that

  • Luke Labuschagne
    Luke Labuschagne 17 hours ago

    Love your pronunciations Noel 😂

  • GOLF MAN
    GOLF MAN 17 hours ago

    Wow very lucky indeed love the yak40

  • markrandall1969
    markrandall1969 17 hours ago

    Fantastic experience reminds of boarding a BAC 1-11

  • MoogwaiNL
    MoogwaiNL 17 hours ago

    Cool Noel! I was lucky to have been onboard Yak42d’s from tatarstan airlines in 2007! I was amazed with the air-stair and the “lack” of gaining altitude when takeoff (in comparison with modern jets whom go up to cruising altitude asap)... was the takeoff roll also without the usual thrust in the back? I found the Yak pretty smooth (except the noise) 😂 - nice vid!

  • thaich33
    thaich33 18 hours ago

    Looks fun to fly on! Love when it turned on to the runway with the engines spooling up 3:57, My initial thoughts "Weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee"

  • Watford Fc
    Watford Fc 18 hours ago

    This is aviation at its finest , no other words needed

  • WE GOT A PROBLEM
    WE GOT A PROBLEM 18 hours ago

    40 year old jet, brave man