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360° Airline Pilot's View | Miami - Bahamas | American Eagle E-175

Your Path - Become An Airline Pilot Today: https://uafly.co/3mWnOpB ... 360° Cockpit view of the first-ever American Eagle (Envoy) Embraer-175 flight from Miami (KMIA) to North Eleuthera Island, Bahamas (MYEH). You'll be sitting up front in this fully interactive video with Captain Joe, First Officer Dean, and videographer Swayne. North Eleuthera Island has never seen an airplane this big, so this empty flight gave our ground crews the chance to work with the new E-175 for the first time before revenue passenger service.

STUDENT PILOTS + FLIGHT INSTRUCTORS... This is your chance to experience the workflow that pilots face when running checklists, navigating through stormy weather, departing from busy airspace, and landing at a non-towered airport.

Flying into the North Eleuthera Island Airport (MYEH) in the Bahamas looks a lot different than pretty much every airport back in the USA. We operate fully VFR in/out of MYEH, since there's no air traffic control or radar coverage. Plus, its single runway is only 6,000 feet long with no visual approach guidance from a PAPI or VASI. It's the perfect spot to refine your visual and hand-flying skills. The terminal has just one room, an outdoor boarding lounge, and no jetbridges. Being one of the most stunning Caribbean Islands, North Eleuthera is also very busy. You have to pay close attention to the uncontrolled CTAF (airport traffic) frequency to keep tabs on the location of multiple general aviation, airline, and charter flights into the airport.

This flight was filmed under Part 91 with permission from Envoy Air, Inc. during a zero-passenger check flight to the North Eleuthera Airport.

---Flight Data---
Callsign: Envoy 9857
Aircraft: Embraer ERJ-175 (N289MW)
Departure: Miami International Airport (KMIA), Gate D60N
Arrival: North Eleuthera Island International Airport (MYEH), Gate 1
Flight Time: 1 Hour 8 Minutes
Cruising Altitude: 23,000 Feet
Date: October, 2021

Flight Segments:
0:00 Pushback + Engine Start
3:29 Taxiing For Takeoff
5:46 Takeoff RWY 27 MIA + Departure Procedure
9:47 Climb To 23,000 Feet
10:50 Crew Describes Takeoff Thrust When Empty
11:16 Multiple Cockpit Angles + Final Climb
13:30 Descent Checklist
14:20 Contact Nassau Center + Weather Deviations
17:53 Cancel IFR + Visual Approach To RWY 25 ELH
22:35 Landing RWY 25 ELH
25:00 Taxi To Terminal Ramp + Parking

This video was filmed with a GoPro 360 MAX. If this video looks distorted and you can't tilt your phone or click on the screen to control the video, follow this link to use YouTube virtual reality: https://vr.youtube.com/

What else do you want to learn about being a pilot? Leave me a comment below!

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Thanks for watching!
-Swayne Martin

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