Japan Airlines Flight 123 Accident (12 Aug 1985) - Cockpit Voice Recorder [English Subbed]

Japan Airlines Flight 123 was a Japan Airlines domestic flight from Tokyo International Airport (Haneda) to Osaka International Airport (Itami). The Boeing 747-SR46 that made this route, registered JA8119, suffered mechanical failures 12 minutes into flight and 32 minutes later crashed into two ridges of Mount Takamagahara in Ueno, Gunma Prefecture, 100 kilometers from Tokyo, on Monday 12 August 1985. The crash site was on Osutaka Ridge (おすたかのおね, Osutaka-no-One), near Mount Osutaka. All 15 crew members and 505 out of 509 passengers died, resulting in a total of 520 deaths and 4 survivors. It remains the deadliest single-aircraft accident in history. The official cause of the crash according to the report published by Japan's then Aircraft Accidents Investigation Commission is as follows:

1. The aircraft was involved in a tailstrike incident at Osaka International Airport on 2 June 1978, which damaged the aircraft's rear pressure bulkhead.
2. The subsequent repair of the bulkhead did not conform to Boeing's approved repair methods. Their procedure calls for one continuous doubler plate with three rows of rivets to reinforce the damaged bulkhead, but the Boeing technicians fixing the aircraft used two separate doubler plates, one with two rows of rivets and one with only one row. This reduced the part's resistance to metal fatigue by 70%. According to the FAA, the one "doubler plate" which was specified for the job (the FAA calls it a "splice plate" - essentially a patch) was cut into two pieces parallel to the stress crack it was intended to reinforce, "to make it fit". This negated the effectiveness of two of the rows of rivets. During the investigation Boeing calculated that this incorrect installation would fail after approximately 10,000 pressurizations; the aircraft accomplished 12,319 take-offs between the installation of the new plate and the final accident.
3. When the bulkhead gave way, the resulting explosive decompression ruptured the lines of all four hydraulic systems. With the aircraft's control surfaces disabled, the aircraft became uncontrollable.

This is the CVR (Cockpit Voice Recorder) recorded while the accident was happening.


1. 1978年6月2日に伊丹空港で同機がしりもち事故を起こした。
2. その後のボーイング社による修理が不適切であったため、
3. 金属疲労が限界を超えたため、飛行中に圧力隔壁の破壊が発生した。
4. 圧力隔壁から漏れ出した空気が後部の空洞を伝って垂直尾翼を破壊し、
5. 油圧の無い状況でフラップを出しすぎたため、急激なダイブに陥り墜落した。

この動画は事故当時にコックピット内で録音されたCVR (Cockpit Voice Recorder)による音声記録です。

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Автор KK LL (1 месяц)
Best Part: Please put out your cigarettes

Автор bilibong (7 дней)
Goosebumps, This gives me shivers through my spine!!

Автор MissWooHoo11 - BSL for American Pit Bull Terriers! (6 месяцев)
Quite a few people survived the crash but died waiting cause the stupid
japs with huge egos refused help from the USA who offered to help in
rescuing them. They put their pride before saving their people...

Автор UK31337 (3 месяца)
Why was the captain angry about him saying "Yes" at 3:01? Don't understand

Автор Omnicron4735 (1 месяц)
Only the Japanese could fight this hard.
Much respect.

Автор HellaFella96 (1 месяц)

Автор Thirdkidinlove (2 месяца)
This is truly chilling D:

Автор Lepton (6 месяцев)

Автор Mynamenotimportant (6 месяцев)
Can someone please tell me what that sweet Japanese mama said @ 5:47 ? ,
there was no sub script when she said it.

Автор 和田幸恵 (16 дней)

Автор TheLukasero (7 месяцев)
FUUCK, the Captains were so brave, fighted with the machine till end...
Even when the end was near, They were saying "Sir" all the time, and that
"Its.....THE END". Really sad that they didnt make it :(

Автор Alberto Cicotto (1 месяц)
R.I.P. all passengers of this unfortunately flight JAL 123. My very big
respect to the crew, they tried till the end to save the plane and the
passengers, they were very strong and professionals, they don't have to
perish in such a cruel way.

Автор justsomedude69 (1 месяц)
This tears me up so badly, and I'm not really sure why. The pilots fought
so hard. My prayers go out to everyone on that flight.

Автор 日下守 (1 месяц)
tell me
what did he say 0:15? after saying squawk 77
I think orange air, not all engine nor body gear.
maybe oLange eaa

Автор JinYeop Kim (1 месяц)
R.I.P from neighborhood, Korea.

Автор lunafit lilu (1 месяц)
제조업체가 수리할 때 제대로 못해서 무고한 사람들이 죽었네.... 필사적으로 버티는 조종사들이랑 공포에 떨었을 승객들이 너무 불쌍하다 

Автор Trinavara (1 месяц)
Heart wrenching,passengers went through this for more than half and
hour,the sheer terror. RIP to all..I also understand that there were quite
a few initial survivers,but due to conditions and the assumption that there
couldn't have been any,the SAR op was delayed until next day. 4 survivors
was the final count,they said they heard others moaning and groaning
through the night. RIP.

Автор Tutku Temel (1 месяц)
The worst thing that can happen on a plane

Автор kikuchiZZZ (1 месяц)
JAL of No. 123 was shot down by the neutron core missile. 

Автор Simon Ngai (2 месяца)
it's extremely horrible to hear such a recording.R.I.P.
May we learn from it.

Автор happyeverydayishvids (2 месяца)
how I wish they were saved...

Автор shellder47 (2 месяца)

Автор Aidroos al aidroos (2 месяца)
i saw executions and much brutal videos and torturing .. but this ..

touched my heart for some reason .. hearing the " pull up " voice while you
are trying to recover the normal position of the plain is like seeing the
death angel infront of you .. imagine what the pilot and the co-pilot had
in their mind when he said its "the end " it was not easy on me to even
hear it .. it made me think of how would i die from this life /./.

Автор Woo Joung Choi (5 месяцев)
Whoop whoop pull up....death voice

Автор GREY ALIEN (2 месяца)
r.i.p great pilots how they flew that 747 without controls for like 35
minutes. I want a Japanese pilot when I fly haha

Автор Michael Ng (5 месяцев)
Thanks for English subs. We wouldn't be able to understand without the

Автор themarkwey (2 месяца)
Horrifying. R.I.P to all those who died on board JAL 123.

Автор Jason Chen (6 месяцев)
This broke my heart, not many Pilots, co-Captains and Flight Engineers can
hang in there like that, did the best they could, try hanging on to a plane
without any hydraulics and the rear-end of a plane for over half an hour,
proud and RESPECT! And NOT just to throw it into the city/masses of
population below. Think about that.

(YOK) is an U.S military base listening in to the convo and tried to help,
even allowed JAP123 to land on its base.

Автор Jason Stroman (6 месяцев)

Автор Phuc Yu (6 месяцев)
Hory Shet !!!

Автор FractalZero (6 месяцев)
fuck me

Автор CowsRule (6 месяцев)
What a terrifying way to die.

Автор funkpunkandroll (3 месяца)
Rest in peace. That warning alarm is scary and then the impact! :(

Автор thenekom (6 месяцев)
I understand the "English only" air traffic control as a means to
standardize aviation worldwide as a general rule, but in situations like
this, wouldn't it have been more helpful for them to speak in Japanese? I
suppose it wouldn't have mattered in the end anyway, just a thought.

Автор JundaComputersGmbH (8 месяцев)
The Boeing 747 had a major design flaw that traded safety for increasing
profit, and that is the fuselage was way too long, Boeing designed the 747
with too long of a fuselage in order to fit more seats inside the fuselage
and increase profit from carrying more passengers, that's why the aircraft
involved carried a whopping 524 people. Too long of a fuselage meant the
aircraft was very easy to do tail strikes, and the aircraft involved in the
crash, JA8119 did suffer tail strikes in the late 70's which damaged the
rear pressure bulkheads and lead to its inflight breakup and caused the
crash. If JAL 123 been an Airbus A300B4, it wouldn't have crashed. And what
did Boeing do to improve the 747? By making it even longer! The newest and
latest version, the 747-8 is even longer and easier to do tail strikes,
which means a major crash involving a 747-8 could happen in the future.

Автор Pedro Hassum (4 месяца)
RIP from Brazil. 

Автор Harkov Dimitri (4 месяца)
That was a shocking accident. This accident is considered to be the most
horrific disaster because over 500+ people killed just in a one single
flight. So sad :( I've seen through some comments and I see some people are
heartless making fun of this. You should feel lucky because you are still
alive today, sitting on your chair with your keyboard. While 520 people
were dead just in one day. 

Автор Ayman Campbell (10 месяцев)
Abnn Agsm No, he never made it to the toilet, he barely got out of his
seat. He couldn't possibly have triggered the accident.

Автор M6 Royal (4 месяца)
my god!!! RIP to all those people.That was shocking!!!!!!!

Автор KevyneShandris (4 месяца)
*Warning: +18 mature content -- Don't click the video link if you're
younger or "sensitive". I won't ever link +18 graphic images, but this is
public archive audio long been on the internet.*

Reposting, this time the CVR and plotting itself (it's better the other
videos to stay up, as this is even more graphic -- but this copyright third
party pulling stuff requires even more traumatic content, right?).

JAL 123 was in flight for a whopping 44mins -- with complete loss of
hydraulic power. Simulator training showed even well skilled
pilots wouldn't have kept the aircraft in the air for half that time. That
shows the skills of the flight crew, despite the ultimate outcome.

The accident also caused the loss of life of the maintenance engineer for
JAL, and Boeing from suicide. It also almost destroyed JAL too, as the
public blamed the airline for the faulty repair and more, resulting in the
company revenues plummeting as people flew other commercial carriers.

It also showed that (as we know it in modern medicine) that the "golden
hour" is a critical component in saving lives. This tragedy wouldn't have
been as severe if the Japanese allowed the US to help in recovering
victims, as they didn't all die instantly -- survivors died of hypothermia
and exposure on the mountain, instead. Rescuers didn't reach the site
until...14hrs... later. :(

Japan Airlines Flight 123 Accident (12 Aug 1985) - Cockpit Voice Recorder
[English Subbed]

#jal123 #cvr 

Автор Amelia Khairi (4 месяца)
my tears oh my

Автор JUFFAIR101 (4 месяца)
I NEVER fly 747 deadleist plane ever
1-jap 123
3-ups cargo
5-afghanistan stalling after takeoff
and a lot more

safest planes =
short routes
mid to long routes

Автор Gabriella Valentino (5 месяцев)
This is the saddest registering I've ever heard...

Автор Sophia Huangeerrzz (5 месяцев)
this is sad :'( i don't even know why i'm watching this :c

Автор flyvid (5 месяцев)
Incredible airmanship from the pilots. Not many pilots would be able to fly
the plane with no taifin for so long. Such a shame that there was no reward
for them at the end. 

Автор Bernie Molina (5 месяцев)
That was intense!

Автор sun gamer (5 месяцев)
RIP :(

Автор serbetli100 (8 месяцев)
This is still the nastiest conversation people remember. Many Japanese
still use the phrase of the captain when they lost control of something.

Автор Johny Diala (9 месяцев)
I can't imagine what could have been going through the passengers' heads.
It must have been mind-bogglingily terrifying, even worse for the one's
with children.

In this sort of hopeless situation, I'd go all the way to saying it would
have been better if they didn't even try, and just speeded up the descent,
just to get the indescribable fear over with. 

Автор octopusmagnificens (5 месяцев)
They fought until the end.

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