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A pilot has revealed the real reason why airplanes may go back up into the air after almost landing.

Kyle Koukol, a United airlines pilot from San Francisco, California, has become a viral sensation on TikTok for sharing the many things that he’s learned about flying from his years of operating an aircraft – as well as some coveted travel secrets.

Most recently, he opened up about the very lengthy process that pilots go through when it comes time to land the plane, as well as why they might decide last minute to stay in the air.

‘Have you ever been on a flight that is almost about to land and then goes right back up again? That’s called a go around and it’s actually something pilots train for all the time,’ Kyle explained in a video shared last month. 

A pilot has revealed the real reason why airplanes may go back up into the air after almost landing

Kyle Koukol, a United airlines pilot from San Francisco, has become a viral sensation on TikTok for sharing the many things he’s learned about flying from his years of operating an aircraft

Most recently, he opened up about the very lengthy process that pilots go through when it comes time to land the plane, as well as why they might decide last minute to stay in the air

‘Have you ever been on a flight that is almost about to land and then goes right back up again? That’s called a go around and it’s actually something pilots train for all the time,’ Kyle explained

According to Kyle, there are three different ‘gates’ that pilots have to meet on their descend – meaning they have to be at a specific altitude when they reach a certain distance – and if they miss any of them they have to start the process all over again.

‘So why would you do a go around? Well, as pilots, we have gates that we’re supposed to meet as we descend the airplane to the runway, they’re at 1,500 feet, 1,000 feet, and 500 feet,’ he continued. ‘And if we miss any of those gates we do a go around.’

According to Kyle, there are three different ‘gates’ that pilots have to meet on their descend – meaning they have to be at a specific altitude when they reach a certain distance – and if they miss any of them they have to start the process all over again

They also might bring the plane back up if there’s ‘traffic on the runway,’ if ‘the wind suddenly changes,’ or if anything else gets in the way that makes it no longer a ‘perfect opportunity to land.’

‘If there’s traffic on the runway, the wind suddenly changes… any reason that we think it’s not a perfectly opportune time to land the airplane, we’ll go around and just line back up for it once again,’ he said. 

Kyle explained that doing a go around is not ideal for pilots because it can be a stressful maneuver that involves a lot of technical stuff.

‘From a flight deck perspective, the go around gets busy for just a minute because we’re changing the thrust on the engine, reconfiguring the flaps, reconfiguring the landing gear, and getting new instructions from the air traffic controllers,’ he revealed, adding that even so, it’s something they’re all trained for.

‘It does take us a minute to get everything cleaned up, and then we typically come on and make a PA announcement [telling the passengers] why we went around and what to expect over the next few minutes,’ he concluded.

Kyle is also the head of a company called Dial A Pilot, which is designed to help ‘nervous flyers’ overcome their fears.

They might bring the plane up if there’s ‘traffic on the runway,’ if ‘the wind suddenly changes,’ or if anything else gets in the way that makes it no longer a ‘perfect opportunity to land’

In another video, Kyle explained how pilots are able to avoid bad weather while in the air

‘We can actually look at our screens that have a radar on them and we can see whether it’s light precipitation, moderate, heavy,’ he dished. ‘After we see that, we’ll talk to air traffic controllers’

@dial_a_pilot Have you ever been curious about the strategies pilots use in order to avoid thunderstorms? Book a call with Dial A Pilot before your next flight to get answers to questions like these!✈️🌩️ #aerophobia #fearofflying #dialapilot #nervousflyers #skysafety

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For $50, customers can book a 15 minute scheduled phone call with a pilot to help ease any worries they might have about flying.

He’s shared a number of other interesting facts about air travel to his TikTok account, where he’s racked up more than 56,000 followers.

In one video, he explained how pilots are able to avoid bad weather while in the air. 

‘We can actually look at our screens that have a radar on them and we can see whether it’s light precipitation, moderate, heavy, so on and so forth,’ he dished. 

‘After we see that, we’ll talk to air traffic controllers and we’ll say, “Hey, we wanna come to the right 20 degrees to get around this weather.”

‘They’ll take a look at their radar screen, verify that we’re both seeing something similar, they make sure there’s no traffic conflict, and clear us to do so.’

In another, he opened up about how passengers can determine that they’ve made it out of the ‘high threat environment’ during takeoff based off one key sound

He explained that people should listen for two chimes, and when they hear them, that means the plane has reached 10,000 feet

@dial_a_pilot Have you ever been curious about in-flight chimes? Watch as we explain the meaning behind these sky-bound signals!🔔🛫 #aerophobia #dialapilot #fearofflying #nervousflyers #skysafety

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In another, he opened up about how passengers can determine that they’ve made it out of the ‘high threat environment’ during takeoff based off one key sound. 

He explained that people should listen for two chimes, and when they hear them, that means the plane has reached 10,000 feet.

‘The two chimes tell the flight attendants two things – we’re above 10,000 feet, which means the WiFi has been turned on and additionally, it means that the cockpit is now out of what we call sterile cockpit,’ he shared.

‘Below 10,000 feet, we consider that to be a high threat environment. Not to say that it’s unsafe by any means, but we don’t want undo distractions while we’re operating down-low.

La roja ídolos chile color design digital fotomontaje graphic design matepainting photoshop red retoque retoque digital‘The flight attendants know now to call us unless there is some safety of flight issue going on. Above 10,000 feet they can call us for any reason, so that’s the reason we make two chimes.’

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