[REAL ATC] NOT A GOOD DAY for this Atlanta Tower ATC!! :S

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  • I hope he didnt get fired

  • meh we all make mistakes... dont forcet about the size and the traffic of this field

  • Could have been a repetition of the deadliest aviation accident in the history.

  • 1:03, conversation between two Canadians.

  • Delta 749 screwed it up. Was initially told to "hold short of runway 27R at Tango", and he confirmed. One mistake easily leads to another.

    • Affirm....my bad.

    • No. At 0:23 he was given permission to cross 27R

  • *What was your travel time? 6 hours. 3 in the air and 3 on the runway.*

  • A pilot in command has the authority to disobey instructions and accept responsibility for those actions when in the air--can he also refuse an instruction which he deems as unsafe while on the ground and under ground control?

  • I honestly think the plane should have kept going down the runway and gotten Airborne. The runway is 12,350 feet long, the aircraft crossing was at the 10,400 foot mark. Realistically the takeoff plane only needs 6,000 feet of runway, with 4,000 feet left to spare I think it would be better off getting airborne than having to brake very hard and use up excess runway.... then again I get the safety issue but hell, plane get airborne at John Wayne and Key west with no problems and they have very small runways -6000ft....

  • I shouldn't be laughing but he sounded like the Three Stooges or something 0:38

  • Air traffic control. One of the toughest jobs in the world

  • I don’t see why so many people hate Delta airlines... they have one of the best meals, in America, they were ranked #1 for on-time arrivals, in fact they were ranked #1 overall best airline in America for 2017, 2018, and so far, 2019. In 2022, all of their aircraft will have video screens on the seat in front of you, and the staff treat you with so much respect. People are just so stupid and complain about every little thing. “Oh we arrived 20 minutes late, never flying Delta again, 1 star. Even though we left an hour late and made up all that time, still.” My mom flew from MSP - ATL and they had to get de-iced and left almost exactly an hour late, and arrived at ATL 16 minutes late. And people get mad at the airline when they need to get de-iced... then why don’t we stop de-icing and see how many people we can kill? That sounds like a good idea....

  • That is not a job for me . I know my mental limitations

  • Can you please tone down on your CAPS IN YOUR TITLES. People will come. Let it grow.

  • I wonder how many negative G's they pulled

  • Pilots get pissy over the least little thing but this guy was pretty laid back over what could have been a catastrophe.

  • Wow a controller admitting it was his fault? Love this guy.

  • I feel ATC should have been a little more emphatic than 'cancel takeoff clearance'. This could have ended badly.

  • plot twist: Both plane crashed 💥💥✈️✈️ ATC: Pack stuff leaves earth......

  • I know I'm late to the party here, but I saw this and immediately wondered about how well-rested the controller was, as sleep deprivation (whether due to draconian work schedules or a crying newborn at home) can lead to errors like this. Here's what I found: www.pbs.org/newshour/nation/faa-controllers-working-exhausting-schedules

  • Atleast he reacted

  • Can some of our pilot friends answer the question of why the pilots and tower both talk so fast...?

  • Horrible ATC rt...

  • What’s up with the Rogers and copy all that?! Aren’t you supposed to repeat back what you heard? Just saying Roger doesn’t guarantee that you heard them correctly. That’s the whole point of repeating it back so if it wasn’t said correctly it can be resolved.

  • Never good at the busiest airport in the US.......

  • Fired in the morning!

  • He should be fired for that.

  • Great day to be ATC!! 3 seconds later... Damn, this day sucks. Big time.

  • I believe he would have cleared it.

  • I'm just a layman but I've seen this ATC conduct several times and would like to tell the ATC to say it ONCE CLEARLY, dude! Not MUMBLED TWICE! Ideally in immediate repeat without waiting for response. - Also, while I understand there is formal language and protocol, could they maybe come up with a shorter message for a lives-at-risk situation than "cancel takeoff clearance"? Also, ATC seems to pressure himself into doing things quicker than advised. A couple seconds for extra safety always need to be taken.

  • I am not a pilot nor an ATC but I'm absolutely ADDICTED to these videos.

  • If I were that controller, I'd be puking into the nearest trashcan as soon as that was over!

  • Yeah these guys are humans.

  • Professionalism is paramount in this industry, and I saw/heard nothing but, here!!

  • He fucked up n apologized more than a drunk canadian

  • Atlanta Ground having a rough night. Pretty major mistake.....

  • There was alot of stuttering all around in this vid. ATL must have a video game side effect of -30% to cognitive thinking upon entering within 20 miles of the tower.

  • So many deltas... i feel sorry for tower

  • I'm so glad that no matter how much of a bad day I might have at work, the worst I could possibly screw things up is to lose various parties a lot of money, and that thought alone is gut-wrenching for me. If a bad day at work meant I might get hundreds of people maimed, disfigured or killed... well I would get so flustered I probably WOULD do so! Much respect to the people who take on these careers.

  • 2gears late but wish other planes were shown in place

  • fire

  • Tenerife remake!

  • Everyone makes mistakes, its refreshing to hear all sides be very professional about it, no attitude or insulting just accept and move on.

  • I thought in such a situation the ATC was meant to say "STOP STOP STOP" getting everyone to stop immediately instead of trying to get the right callsign and spelling out the takeoff clearance was cancelled, and repeating it so the pilot knew it was meant for him as he's approaching V whatnot. Many seconds and hundreds of metres in delay.

  • “Delta 833 (gibberish) can take off rance” Speak clearly! You almost made your mistake worse by mumbling this gibberish. Jesus.

  • imagine having that right window seat on delta 749

  • Still wondering why Delta 873 wound up having to return to the gate

  • If the pilot was the one who made an error, numbers would’ve been called lol. Atleast the controller took responsibility.

  • i once googled the salary of an ATC and wondered why it was so damn high...now i know why.

  • Sounds like FSX multiplayer

  • Presumably this was after the near miss at Chicago, with all Delta pilots having been told in no uncertain terms by the company to always make ab-so-lutely 100% certain that what they think they heard the tower telling them was actually what was said...

  • Tower: Delta 995, 27R line up and wait. I'll be right with you. Pilot: Just to verify, its Delta 9-5-5, line up and wait. Tower: 995, 27 Right, line up and wait. Thanks Pilot: Line up and wait, Delta 965 I swear I heard the pilot read back the callsign incorrect. 1:40

  • almost a Tenerife... give me shivers

  • Even though i knew the ending, i still puckered my butthole

  • This happens when you have a connecting flight

  • Nice catch! But, i'm a bit surprised that No One in the airplanes questioned the two clearances. We must keep in mind that it is Everyones responsibility to make things safe. I think the pilots must be a little more aware of whats happening around them. The more they cooperate and help out, the safer it will be. Everyone is only human so to say and everyone makes mistakes. Everyone!

  • Md-90 is shit plane

  • "Delta 749, hold short of runway 27R at TANGO" Changing frequency to 123.85 The other controller gives clearance to take off for Delta 873 "Delta 749, cross 27R runway" - new person's voice from new frequency (123.85) So, changing ATC controler made entire confusion probably. Good reaction to new ATC, kudos for fast spotting that dangerous mistake.

  • If I were the pilot I don't think I'd be too upset. Bottom line is ATC does the best they can to get millions of people safely from place to place. They work their asses off.

  • I would never trust anything coming from that ATC employee. That could have cost serveral lives, and he is just saying Sorry? Fire him, and never let him work in this field ever again.

  • Massive respect for ATCs and pilots.

  • Do controllers really talk that fast? I could hardly tell a word they say.

  • I'd rather have that ATC than the cocky one that is over-relaxed in his job...this system worked when it had to. Bravo Zulu.

  • Almost another Tenerife accident.

  • That is a rough day in the ATC tower.

  • Why landed planes Cross the runway? They cant go all away to the end of the runway before Cross? I mean even if a plane is Taking off, before It aproches to the plane that IS crossing It should have already airborne

  • faster to change the controller.

  • So who pays on this one for the delay and fuel, missed connections? I assume the airport gets tagged, since it was atc fault.

  • Lots of passengers missed their connecting flights, but it could have been worse.

  • ATCs are people too confirmed.

  • Whose mistake is it..?

  • Holy sh.....t!

  • Shows how tight fuel is. 1/2 way down ramp at full throttle and gotta refuel...

  • Wait wait wait did I just hear a controller take responsibility for a mistake?

  • 3:35 FU?

  • You can hear the fear in the controller's voice as he tells 873 to taxi back to the runway and he realizes he very nearly caused a plane crash. Still tho, props to him for thinking on his feet and correcting the situation before it was too lafe

  • Would the airplane crossing the runway look right and see the plane taking off and perhaps notice that take off clearance was given on that plane? Wouldn't the plane taking off see the plane crossing the runway?

    • +coast2coast00 in that case wouldnt there really have been no danger? Understandably you cant be on the runway while someone else takes off. But that sounds likr the plane would take offf first

    • They were maybe 3km's or more apart when the plane started crossing the runway, so maybe not.

  • Almost killed hundreds of people.... "Sorry, guys, my bad.!!!!"

  • Being an ATC at Hartsfield-jackson is an extremely hard job.

  • Imagine if DAL873 was an air Canada flight. Actually nvm, I don't even want to think about what would have happened.

  • The other day I accidentally said 450 ft was less than a football field and I keep kicking myself for it since then. I bet sending 2 airplanes on a collision course feels like that.

  • Yep. I see what happened there. When the tower said to cancel take of, Delta DL873 had to slam the brakes to slow the plane down so it wouldn’t hit the Southwest flight that was crossing its path. That in itself raises the brake’s temperature which increases the risk of overheating and causing a fire. The captain made a good decision to go back to the gate.

  • Dang.. Dude way to own it and not over think,, make a mistake owned it and saved lives. Again pilot responded without question ..

  • Foxtrot-Uniform.

  • Good God I’ll take the bus.

  • So after the screwup with the takeoff, the next ATC guy can't get the number right after being asked three times. Looks like a tad more than just a bad day...

  • That's why you keep listening and look both ways before crossing any runway.

  • "Yeah, we'll have to take a BREAK to check our BRAKE temperatures."

  • I would be such a terrible ATC. All these callsigns and code words and what not, the stress would be too much. I'd just say "everyone is cleared to takeoff and everyone is cleared to land, good luck, i'm going to get an Auntie Anne's pretzel".

  • You know all the passengers blame delta.. Costed delta a lot

  • 0:35 KLM Pan Am almost happened again.

  • o me

  • @ JFK we took damn near a whole tour of the airport. We were 26, in line.

  • What if the the flight take off without cooling off the breaks ... Will that cause any other damage ??? Some. One please mention ...

  • Kind of a double standard when it comes to atc and pilots making communication errors. If it was the other way around, there would have been multiple investigations.

  • Aaaand the ATC didn't call "873 Stop Stop Stop!" because...?

  • Foxtrot Uniform!

  • What is the phone nuber mean? Is that a report or something

  • we all know they actually went back for more covfefe after it spilled on that aborted T/O

  • He's much happier driving a taxi.

  • How does the brakes work in a airplane? Hand control or is it a separate foot pedal?

    • Manual brakes are operated with the pedals.