THIS VIDEO IS A RECONSTRUCTION OF THE FOLLOWING SITUATION IN FLIGHT: 12-AUG-2022. An AeroUnion Airbus A300F4-600 (A306), registration XA-GGL, performing flight TNO4066 / 6R4066 from Guatemala City La Aurora International Airport (Guatemala) to Miami International Airport, FL (USA) was descending towards Miami when the crew declared an emergency and shut down number 1 engine. The aircraft landed safely on runway 8 right at Miami International Airport. Join me on Patreon: 🤍🤍patreon.com/You_can_see_ATC TEXT VERSION OF COMMUNICATIONS (Read if subtitles in video were fast): COMMENTS: AeroUnion 4066 was descending towards Miami when the crew declared an emergency. Unfortunately, we are unable to hear the pilot on the frequency of Center controller. You’ll be able to understand the situation based on controller’s words. CENTER: Okay, AeroUnion 4066, I understand you’re declaring an emergency. You had to shut down one engine, 5 souls on board. And fuel remaining? CENTER: 25 minutes. And AeroUnion 4066, you’re cleared to Miami International via direct, 5 souls on board, 25 minutes. And what engine did you have to shut down? CENTER: Engine number 1 is shut down, thank you very much. You’re cleared to Miami International via direct. CENTER: AeroUnion 4066, expect RW 8R. CENTER: AeroUnion 4066 Heavy, contact Miami Approach 119.45, 19.45. TNO4066: Miami Approach, AeroUnion 4066 Heavy, we’re flying to Miami, we have 1 engine shut down. APPROACH: AeroUnion 4066 Heavy, Miami Approach Roger, information K is current, expect ILS RW 8R. TNO4066: ILS RW 8R, information K, AeroUnion 4066 Heavy. APPROACH: AeroUnion 4066 Heavy, at your discretion descend and maintain 3000. TNO4066: At discretion descend and maintain 3000, AeroUnion 4066 Heavy. APPROACH: AeroUnion 4066 Heavy, you’re 11 miles from COPRA, maintain 3000 till established on the localizer, cleared ILS RW 8R. TNO4066: Maintain 3000 until established on the localizer, cleared to ILS approach RW 8R, AeroUnion 4066 Heavy. APPROACH: AeroUnion 4066 Heavy, contact Tower, 118.3. TNO4066: 118.3 with Tower, AeroUnion 4066 Heavy. TNO4066: AeroUnion 4066 Heavy, ILS approach RW 8R. TOWER: AeroUnion 4066 Heavy, Miami Tower, buenos dias, caution wake turbulence, heavy Airbus A330 is touching down, RW 8R cleared to land, wind is 120 at 4. TNO4066: RW 8R cleared to land, AeroUnion 4066 Heavy, thank you. TOWER: Attention all Ramp vehicles and Fire Commander and equipment, next arrival is the alert 2 aircraft. TOWER: AeroUnion 4066 Heavy, make the right turn when you’re able. Do you require any assistance? TNO4066: Right turn when able and we do not require any assistance, AeroUnion 4066 Heavy. TOWER: AeroUnion 4066, turn right on taxiway M and hold position. TNO4066: Right on taxiway M… TOWER: Fire commander, Miami. TOWER: The alert 2 does not require any assistance. Is there anything else we need from them? TOWER: Fire Commander, roger. AeroUnion 4066 Heavy, you can make the right turn on N, contact Ground 121.8, buenos dias. TNO4066: Right turn on N, on 121.8, bye-bye, thank you. COMMETNS: That’s all. Don’t forget to LIKE and SUBSCRIBE. Thanks. THE VALUE OF THIS VIDEO: THE MAIN VALUE IS EDUCATION. This reconstruction will be useful for actual or future air traffic controllers and pilots, people who plan to connect life with aviation, who like aviation. With help of this video reconstruction you’ll learn how to use radiotelephony rules, Aviation English language and general English language (for people whose native language is not English) in situation in flight, which was shown. THE MAIN REASON I DO THIS IS TO HELP PEOPLE TO UNDERSTAND EVERY EMERGENCY SITUATION, EVERY WORD AND EVERY MOVE OF AIRCRAFT. SOURCES OF MATERIAL, LICENSES AND PERMISSIONS: Source of communications – 🤍🤍liveatc.net/ (I have a permission (Letter) for commercial use of radio communications from LiveATC.net). Map, aerial pictures (License (ODbL) ©OpenStreetMap -🤍🤍openstreetmap.org/copyright/en.) Permission for commercial use, royalty-free use. Radar screen (In new versions of videos) – Made by author. Text version of communication – Made by Author. Video editing - Made by author. HOW I DO VIDEOS: 1) I monitor media, airspace, looking for any non-standard, emergency and interesting situation. 2) I find communications of ATC unit for the period of time I need. 3) I take only phrases between air traffic controller and selected flight. 4) I find a flight path of selected aircraft. 5) I make an animation (early couple of videos don’t have animation) of flight path and aircraft, where the aircraft goes on his route. 6) When I edit video I put phrases of communications to specific points in video (in tandem with animation). 7) Together with my comments (voice and text) I edit and make a reconstruction of emergency, non-standard and interesting situation in flight.
Only 25 min of fuel left. I don't think that's even legal?
Not even a year ago, the same airline had similar issues. As usual in Mexico dont care