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Twilight Landing at LAX (Cockpit View) - 4:05

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"Landing at LAX International Airport via the SADDE Six Arrival." (www.liveleak.com) Más...

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mattdavis
mattdavis 0
Great video!
tyketto
For those not in the know, SADDE6 comes from the Northwest, over Avenal, down through the San Fernando area, to just east of Oxnard, Camarillo, and Pt. Mugu, then turns towards Santa Monica. Downwind leg is there, with a base turn near or just over the LA Coliseum. So you get a great view of the VNY area to the north, and LAX arrivals and departures to the south. Looks pretty sweet during the evening.
bd1111
bryan dumas 0
very cool video. thanks for posting!
papatodd427
Todd Marks 0
Great vid, great music, not much else to say. Thanks for sharing!
microfish
Scott Adair 0
I've flown this route probably hundred of times. The only thing missing was ZLA center (on 132.6) issuing the standard "cross SYMON at one-two thousand and 250 knots - LAX altimeter is XXXXX. Always a fun approach - except when you have to taxi to the south complex after landing 24R.
geoflyer
Erika Amir 0
Awesome video, very beautiful to see all the city lights! Looks it was a lovely calm night.
skylloyd
skylloyd 0
Okay, I'm beating my head with my hand, help me out here, what is the A/C type in this shoot? I am retired from Boeing Flight test, but, the camera placement is outstanding....
flyingcookmosnter
Just a guess here, but I would say a Bombardier CRJ or variant. Tough to see from this angle - only a pitot tube.
motox210
motox210 0
I don't think CRJs go to the end of T6 @ LAX. My guess is its an MD-80 or something similar from either Allegiant or Delta.
krusty269
Don Willett 0
Nice video. Very cool. Thanks
southjersey1953
Steve Girault 0
Would have liked it better without the music, but that is just me....
MIKESWICK
MIKE SWICK 0
Very nice clip and nice landing to- notice how quick he got to the gate? never happen n real time
stweaver321
Stacey Weaver 0
Mike, the entire video was time elapsed. Thanks for posting--enjoyed it.
WillisRF
Neat video - thanks for posting.
amiee
Ken Martin 0
Very good video well shot and realy dig the music thanks for posting it.
jayhawke
jayhawke 0
nice video.....One question for everyone here,with all the professional athletes going in and out of airports, and the average person stranded for hours or even days because of the weather, then, how come they can get in and out and the american public can't ???....I would like some answers on this.....
alfadog
alfadog 0
Steve, normally I would agree with you on the addition of music to cockpit videos. I usually hate it and turn down the sound. But in this case, I loved it. The choice of music was great and the few random sound effects were inspired. The entire video was sped up so the actual cockpit sound would have sounded silly, anyway (think The Chipmunks). This was not just another cockpit video, this is a work of art.
jeff1951
jeff1951 0
One of the best landing videos I've seen and great choice of background music. Thanks for posting.
slreeves
Steve Reeves 0
*VERY* cool. Thx for sharing.
hbejr2
Hugh Emmons 0
Great video, thank for sharing. Any chance of seeing this at normal speed? I lived in LA and worked at LAX (a long time ago) and it would be fun to have more time to look for the landmarks I remember.
pacificus
Neil Hamilton 0
Very professional. Music was more than appropriate, it added to the scene. I don't ever remember any of my hundreds of journeys to and through LA in that time frame. But I do remember those awesome sunsets from my place in Redondo Beach. With apologies to Bob Hope, Thanks for the memories.
SusiThews
Susanne Thews 0
Great. Will be landing @ LAX end of June. Love it
thanks for sharing
alfadog
alfadog 0
For those that want the original video, it has been posted at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wg_9kwiharY. The pilot/poster has stripped out the ATC/cockpit sound, a personal decision that he asks be respected. He suggests just listening to the liveatc.net feed of LAX while watching the video. Not a bad idea.
biglarry44
Larry Lenihan 0
Great stuff....would have made great bombing runs on some LA neighborhoods :o)
jbself
James Self 0
Great video...thanks for sharing!
scholztec
scholztec 0
That video was amazing, cool, beautiful, and a bunch other adjectives that escape me at the moment. Thanks for sharing, and thanks for the work that went into producing this piece of artwork.
oboylepr
Paul O'Boyle 0
Excellent video indeed BUT, sorry guys I have to disagree with my fellow posters on the music which was absolutely dreadful! Worse than dreadful in fact! Video is a hundred times better with sound turned off.
cmullerp
Carlos Pereira 0
Very nice video, although they could have slowed the video speed at touchdown ...Very nice overall!
astrojet120
astrojet120 0
Same here about the music, Also the time lapse makes it look like
a slewed flightsim. Slow it down.
wil9148
Just fantastic, lets see more posts like this. I'm going to watch it again.
rahcat
Roger Hoffman 0
Great video. My daughter just moved to LA and goes to school in Santa Monica. It's nice to have a perspective
flith
thor nibus 0
Super video - esp the sound of police sirens over Watts. Wait a sec, is that PC?
bspurloc
Bill Spurlock 0
Very Nice! Thanks for the great video.
gorlininc
gorlininc 0
thanks for the great vidio
tyketto
He also has a clip of flying the RIIVR2 arrival into LAX as well as another on the SADDE6 during the day.
mjsracing1
Steve Shaw 0
Great approach over LA, good video and camera shots. Lose the music though. Would rather hear the engine spool up/down on final, or tower chatter.
pamenglish
Pamela English 0
Fun to watch! I did get a little dizzy on the tarmac. I too would rather hear the actual noise, but great video nonetheless.
tristanr
tristan rizzi 0
Great video! thanks for sharing!
fg64
Frank Gurnari 0
Great video and music. Thanks.
truckerken63
Kenneth Kibben 0
Very cool video!!! Thank you very much for sharing. Being a driver, I recognized I-405. Wasn't backed up as usual. Thanks again!!
JJNaylor
Nice video, having been to LA this past May and took off 24R on our way back to Boston was neat. I also would like to hear the airplane noise but now my wife wants to hear the music..Oh well this was a nice ride to watch..Thanks
Nishimori
Ted Birks 0
I guess I never really new how many flights arrive at ORD daily until I heard the number on the news. It was over one thousand. Hard to believe.
Grounded65256
Dick Audiss 0
I don't think I have ever seen an airplane taxi at 80 MPH. The PIC must have been late for a very important appointment.....
FaisalNahian
Faisal Nahian 0
wow..just fantastic!
Susalini
Susalini 0
I think you flew right over my sister's house in Cheviot Hills!
patt46
paul patten 0
So much for sterile cockpit.
palexan1
Paul Alexander 0
Excellent.
breezeflight
Harold LaPrime 0
I loved it when the plane flew over Watts, the music played a police siren in the background...Pretty ironic, was it planned that way?
RPMcCormick
R P McCormick 0
I've been on UA flights at LAX gate 68A ... but I think this is a shared use gate with Alligent and others there as well - video was better with audio muted
flylowry
Bill Lowry 0
This was real? Figured it was flight simulator. I'll just have to watch it again.
BlackDragon2213
i totally loved it and i have never been to Los Angeles, nor have i flown at night yet... i was dreading it, but wow, now i'm anxiously awaiting that lesson! Dont think i can taxi that fast tho!
amiee
Ken Martin 0
Very popular video it was very good ,pity we do not do somthing like that
here in the UK it would be great treat.
sammyg42
Sam Graham 0
Thanks Tom, loved it.
ranjithsam
Great Stuff . I have seen my friends Mansion in Sanat Monica distinctly the Tear drop shaped pool.
nadiacolaiuda
nadia colaiuda 0
YOU CAN FEEL YOU'RE THERE. GREAT EMOTION
CharlesA
Charles Albert 0
I know this pilot had done this landing many times, but I would be surprised if he did not get gooseflesh every time he did it.
pammidbon
Pam Midbon 0
Loved it. My daughter lives in Santa Monica and much of that terrain was very familiar to me. The music fits perfectly.
mewzikman
Len Seidel 0
Talked to my neighbor Don, retired 777 pilot w/United. Thought video really neat, said he always flew straight in from the East with the 777 so never had the opportunity of flying this approach. Thanks for sharing.
bordaj
Interesting. First time for me on this site. Thanks
jimd4455
What a video. Thank you so much. WOW"
thcrozier
Tom Crozier 0
OLD INTERSECTION NAMES AND THEIR HISTORY

I'm new to the FA site and was just poking around when I found this. I've seen the video before and it is indeed cool.

The Segment of SADDE Six shown starts at just before The Fillmore VOR (FIM). It's about 18 miles east of my home in Ventura. From FIM you go across Thousand Oaks on FIM R-148 to SADDE (intersection FIM R-148 at 20DME, Santa Monica (SMO) R-261, and Ventura (VTU ) R-093) hence eastbound along the Malibu coastline, etc., until you get to the IAF at Santa Monica.

Anyway, seeing it again made me think of the old names for Intersections. SADDE is basically over the old Saddle Ranch in Malibu, place where you once could go to get drunk, rent a horse, and fall off it. The intersection used to be called SADDLE until intersection names were standardized to five letters.

A couple of others which come to mind are LOBSTER (now LOBER) and HALIBUT (now HABUT). I'm sure you can imagine what you'll find in the ocean below them.

So my question is, does anyone remember the origins of other interesting intersection names, or is there a place where you can find their history?

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