WHY is the FOLLOW ME CAR so IMPORTANT?! Explained by CAPTAIN JOE

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Dear friends and followers, welcome back to my channel!
So lets take a closer look at the famous follow me car itself. From the outside it definitely stands out with its black and yellow checkered paint job. That‘s the primary reason, to stand out from all other ground vehicles. On the roof you have a set of antennas to receive data link messages and to be able to communicate on all airport frequencies. Then the large infamous „Follow me“ sign which the driver controls from his dashboard and another feature you‘ll see in minute. Some follow me cars have extra bright lights mounted on their roof or bonnet to light up the taxiway or runway during night time operation.
Inside the car, the dashboard with the associated switches. A traffic screen to send and receive messages from dispatch and the mentioned radio to listen to given clearances. Besides standard safety equipment like a fire extinguisher, first aid kit etc. the car comes with an extra set of wheel chocks and these handheld wands, but more about in a minute.
But the primary purpose for what the Follow-Me car is best known for is of course, hence the name „Follow me“. So guiding airplanes around the apron and the taxiways, to or from active runways. If a Follow-Me car is requested upon landing, the driver, who is called a marshaller, will be notified by one of the air traffic controllers in the tower, either on a separate radio frequency or via data link messaging to his monitor. Once he receives and confirms the order, he positions his car where the arriving cockpit crew can see it best once they exit the runway. Then monitors the active ground frequency and waits for you to receive your taxi clearance. Once you’ve read back your clearance only then will the driver turn on his beacon and the “Follow me” sign and expects you to keep up with him and match his speed. Some of the of Follow me signs have arrows which will flash up once the driver uses his indicator, signaling the pilot that a turn can be expected and second now. Some also have a trigger in the handbrake, switching the follow me instructions to Stop!
But see more in the video ...
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  • Great video

    Andy BushAndy BushSoat oldin
  • First Time ever I heard about such a vehicle ever !!!

    LuxciumLuxcium2 soat oldin
  • Thank you for another excellent video!

    mhs vzmhs vz2 soat oldin
  • cuz pilots are dumb and don't know where to go otherwise?

    king james488king james4882 soat oldin
  • DUS- Düsseldorf

    Chris KästnerChris Kästner3 soat oldin
  • 'FOLLOW ME'? Hmm. I remember the 'Fireflash' episode of the Gerry Anderson TV series 'Thunderbirds' where three of the ground vehicles displayed 'LAND ON ME' signs...

    Elli PElli P3 soat oldin
  • lamborGHIni not lamborgini ahah

    J.D.V filmsJ.D.V films4 soat oldin
  • I didn't think the airports were still that busy.

    Alain ArchambaultAlain Archambault4 soat oldin
  • it is Heathrow airport

    fan fanfan fan4 soat oldin
  • I've provided a follow me service a few times. I was an airport reporting officer and works safety officer for a small regional airport (YWSL). We were under going mager upgrades and some taxiways were closed. While the nearby military base provided air traffic control for the area, my airport has no tower and as such there is no ground control. Enter the pilots who got a little lost and my plain white utility vehicle with only amber beacon lights and a radio to guide them to their parking. Not a service normally operated at such a small airport, but necessary at the time due to contruction works which I was supervising.

    EmilyEmily5 soat oldin
  • Good video on an under appreciated part of the airport services - maybe one next for your humble ground crew / turnaround guys, just saying like :) Also nice to your former home supporting your content, here's a shout out to SGT

    Malcolm AnonMalcolm Anon6 soat oldin
  • Is that a JFK airport? The tower looks similar.

    ZetanistZetanist6 soat oldin
  • it's LAMBORG-INI not LAMBORJINI 🤦‍♂️

    Marco DMMarco DM7 soat oldin
  • Morning Joe, brilliant video as always! At our airport we also use follow me cars on particular taxiways that don't have any taxiway lighting. If we haven't got taxiway edge and centerline lights during hours of official darkness or LVP's, a follow me will be mandatory to comply with the aerodrome license / manual and regulatory regulations.

    Stupid Comment Of The WeekStupid Comment Of The Week7 soat oldin
  • Grüße aus Stuttgart wusste gar nicht das du von hier kommst haha 😂

    Markus NeefMarkus Neef7 soat oldin
  • Captain Joe, you’re the best!!!! From Chicago O’Hare, and Executive Tower. I agree that we need more follow me cars in Chicago! How do we get that in the books? Our winters and outdoor roads & rough and dangerous (Most of the time) You would think that we have a decent amount of emergency vehicles 8-0

    Elliot TaggartElliot Taggart8 soat oldin
  • "Yellow Orange bright colours"?? really I may a bit colour-blind but I see yellow and black.

    zog zogzog zog10 soat oldin
  • If I had that Lamborghini Tower 0800: please inspect runway Me 0804: completed Tower: what so fast? Me: yes sir inspected it twice

    femanvatefemanvate11 soat oldin
  • Me: sees airport Me: is that MBS ? Also Me: no why would it be no one knows about it

    Liz HedlundLiz Hedlund11 soat oldin
  • Seems like million dollar planes should have a Tom Tom or Garmin and the ground control could set up your route and stop areas

    canadarocks8bcanadarocks8b12 soat oldin
  • What airliner do you work for?

    BeachtimeBeachtime15 soat oldin
  • Kind of ironic that pilots are able to fly all around the world at almost the speed of sound, being responsible for the safety of hundreds of passengers and hundreds of tons of metal which costs millions of dollars to replace and are trained to handle all kinds of unexpected failures that may ouccur somewhere over the pacific ocean, but after a successful manual crosswind landing the most challenging part of the flight exceeds their capabilities and cannot be completed without assistance: The apron. Two pilots are unable to read a map and follow yellow lines and signs, while being guided via radio to their destination. So many turns, left - and right, without prior warning by a flashing arrow sign in front of them? no way!

    Jochen SchuellerJochen Schueller16 soat oldin
  • Great video, unbelievably cold there ... eh!

    Michele OrbolatoMichele Orbolato16 soat oldin
  • I wonder if the local taxpayers know they paid for a $500,000 Lamborghini when a $20,000 Fiat 500 would do the job just as well. If that happened in my area, the local airport commissioners would be kicked out of office.

    Dan NashDan Nash18 soat oldin
  • My father used to fly gliders. The tugs they used to retrieve gliders that had landed all had a follow me sign on the back. Glider pilot humor.

    toolchessttoolchesst19 soat oldin
  • Munich, i can see the control tower and that big tent thing where the entrance is

    Versatile LifeVersatile Life20 soat oldin
  • uh i have never seen this

    Michael KlumpMichael Klump21 soat oldin
  • 9:09 lol Ryanair The king of back breaking landings

    Muhammed OmarMuhammed Omar21 soat oldin
  • I'm very happy to hear that electric vehicles are being used more these days. I guess in Germany it will more likely be a VW or Audi rather than Tesla for the follow me. But it will be cool to see any of these next time I fly!

    nettlesoupnettlesoup22 soat oldin
  • You are cool

    Dennis AdamsDennis Adams22 soat oldin
  • You never rlly see these in the states

    David SaucedoDavid Saucedo23 soat oldin
  • Who leads the planes to the stand, is that the assignment of ATC or a specific department?

    Sérgio AgostinhoSérgio AgostinhoKun oldin
  • 8:23 Strange looking private jet

    Kristof KiralyKristof KiralyKun oldin
  • i have flown so many places in the world, i have never seen a yellow and black car with dots on it

    ubonyeleubonyeleKun oldin
  • Love from schwabisch gmuend

    Sarath ChandraSarath ChandraKun oldin
  • *jet fighter is taking off* gets the bugatti veyron follow me car

    simple gamersimple gamerKun oldin
  • Grüßle zurück aus dem Schwabenländle! :-)

    MrDolphins6699MrDolphins6699Kun oldin
  • An Lamborguini follow-me-car. Follow me... if you can!!!

    sg39gsg39gKun oldin
  • we used to go from München in days when it was like 100m track just one long corridor.! Stuttgart hour away. from us too. it's got abbreviation for Adenosine Triphosphate on its side ATP.wheres the frying pan style airfield we were told about in ATC? Good idea. double decker bus would be hilarious. couldn't miss that. do they ever clean tyre marks off?

    GissieGissieKun oldin
  • Is this service free of charge?

    ferjeloferjeloKun oldin
  • why is that one screw so small? captain joe : Do you have an hour to spare?

    NitzzTV OfficialNitzzTV OfficialKun oldin
  • U2 Is still in Service! After 60 years!

    Niek BeentjesNiek BeentjesKun oldin
  • HAJ had an Audi R8 :) but i dont see it anymore

    FeelmyMojoFeelmyMojoKun oldin
  • Super movie, super fun :)

    Mariusz ChylińskiMariusz ChylińskiKun oldin
  • all cars on the airport should be 100% electric

    Ashish GuptaAshish GuptaKun oldin
  • You forgot to mention the magnificent world acclaimed Trabant! How DARE you (min 11:53)!! :D :D

    Nacho ChitiuNacho ChitiuKun oldin
  • what mic you use please reply

    ONLY AVIATION- AVIKANTONLY AVIATION- AVIKANTKun oldin
  • After your video i would love to do the job in a follow me car. :)

    David PDavid PKun oldin
  • Would you please tell me what does ' vertical speed ' means?

    SH EmonSH EmonKun oldin
  • Another funny fact: Captain Joe isn’t really a captain. 🤦🏻‍♂️

    Luis Da CostaLuis Da CostaKun oldin
  • Yeah Tap Portugal lol

    TechPorkChopTechPorkChopKun oldin
  • It’s a free service ?

    DJ DA VINCIDJ DA VINCIKun oldin
  • I'm surprised they don't use mercedes, they showed at le mans 1999 that they too can achieve Vr

    George ProutGeorge ProutKun oldin
  • JFK T4 offers follow me service within T4’s ramp. You have make the request on their ramp frequency.

    jpsumjpsumKun oldin
  • 8:13 is duesseldorf airport

    Boomcrafter_HDBoomcrafter_HDKun oldin
  • seems unnecessary but I guess it's the ultimate CYA for the airport

    TheCledisTheCledisKun oldin
  • Dusseldorf airport based on the towe and hangars on that side?

    Tomas SeverynTomas SeverynKun oldin
  • Bist du deutscher?

    PromontoPromontoKun oldin
  • Es schaut aus wie der EDDL / DUS / Düsseldorfer Flughafen bei uzworld.info/player/video/pm_Tic6fodOzjIg. Der Tower hat Ähnlichkeiten ich war schon ÜBER 10 Jahre nicht mehr dort. @Captain Joe Liege ich da Richtig?

    Bushcraft-Prepper Survival Inh. Alexander BoykeBushcraft-Prepper Survival Inh. Alexander BoykeKun oldin
  • Are you from Germany or have you lived there for a while? Your schwäbisch was really authentic

    AufsMaulwurfAufsMaulwurfKun oldin
  • Here is the new checklist: Watch every video that he posted

    Pavia DavidsenPavia DavidsenKun oldin
  • Wusste gar nicht das das du von Stuttgart bist schön zu hören vielleicht kennst du ja backnag heiningen

    Ludos RegemLudos RegemKun oldin
  • that Trabant follow me car is so cool and such a unique piece of history

    PorutacPorutacKun oldin
  • No in all seriousness fascinating video thanks for uploading Cpt.

    Jasper GerritsJasper GerritsKun oldin
  • 05:03 Follow me to the french Alps? xDDD

    Jasper GerritsJasper GerritsKun oldin
  • United States 🇺🇸 do communication via headset to ground tower in which giving them alphabetic A,B,C,Z1,Z

    Mike ApilaMike ApilaKun oldin
  • My ATC friend keeps complaining about this one particular IndiGo pilot who landed twice, two weeks apart, and missed his taxiway and held everyone up both times. I guess Changi Airport needs these cars.

    Drima ChakrabortyDrima ChakrabortyKun oldin
  • Capitan Joe, do you know Cotton Eye Joe?

    Tezzington SirTezzington SirKun oldin
  • Captain Joe Love from India ❤️. Please do a video on why car's will follow behind the lockheed U2 at the time of landing and why does it have only 2 landing wheels.

    Manish TManish TKun oldin
  • uzworld.info/player/video/oGnfb6qHqc6UmGM

    Nirmal kumarNirmal kumarKun oldin
  • "I'm sure the guys were tempted to perform very fast runway inspections" haha I love that humor :D

    Tom SchwankeTom SchwankeKun oldin
    • And some doughnuts at night... Oops I must have slipped the brake...

      Alexander KupkeAlexander KupkeKun oldin
  • Thanks joe😊

    chamuditha fernandochamuditha fernandoKun oldin
  • This guy's accent is harder to understand than a heavy Hindi-Arabic accent

    The PhantomThe Phantom2 kun oldin
    • no?

      Jochen SchuellerJochen Schueller16 soat oldin
  • 헤이 컴온 팔로미카

    PN VOCAL TEAM JOHNPN VOCAL TEAM JOHN2 kun oldin
  • 0:10 Marshaller einfach die hübsche

    Share TenShare Ten2 kun oldin
  • 8:12 I think it's the Hannover Airport. Because of the specific shape of the tower

    TimoPhillipTimoPhillip2 kun oldin
    • That tower is kind of a standard design the DFS uses. I am torn, first impression was Düsseldorf, but I am somehow missing the old tower on top (or actually within) the terminal B building.

      Alexander KupkeAlexander KupkeKun oldin
  • Using a two-door sports car as an FMC is just stupid. It's low, and the cockpit is small which means that the operators struggle to get in and out. It's not designed to run primarily at low speeds. There is less space for equipment. Oh, and they are more expensive, on top of it. A VW Kombi is a far better option.

    Adrian NelAdrian Nel2 kun oldin
  • Oh God.You gonna freeze there

    Berent OzkentBerent Ozkent2 kun oldin
  • That BGM, you're gonna tell us an internet history?

    KudosKKudosK2 kun oldin
  • Is there a extra cost involved for using the follow me car on an airport? Does the cost get paid by the airline or is it free in airport parking and operational costs.

    Honest OpinionHonest Opinion2 kun oldin
  • I live in Chicago and I can see why they don't do Follow-Me cars. On average the airport handles ~100 flights per hour. If it takes a Follow-Me car 15 minutes to lead a plane in and 5 minutes to get to the next plane then one car can handle 3 planes per hour. So you need 33 cars to do the job and triple that for a 24-hour shift. Near 100 cars and people. Granted slow times like the late night are different than the busiest times but to allow for sick-days and vacations and whatnot you are still probably looking at 50 cars/people to do the job (guessing of course...big ballpark on this one). Pay them $35,000/year and that is $1.75 million/year. Add in benefits and it is even more. Then add in the cars. Let's say $15,000/each (generous) and there goes another $750,000. Add in maintenance and gas and mechanics to service the fleet. This is the US. Screw safety if it costs them money. Find your own way to the gate. Someone needs a new yacht.

    Jeff BergstromJeff Bergstrom2 kun oldin
  • I've lived in the US my whole life and never heard of this, also worked as a baggage handler at Delta in my early 20s I'm 32 now

    Stefan SmithStefan Smith2 kun oldin
  • lol all cars should have that message marquee. "stop tailgating you wanker"

    Aaron SkinnerAaron Skinner2 kun oldin
  • This is an interesting video, and certainly shows the glaring issues within the FAA standards that would definitely help "out of towners" by having a follow me service.

    James ArmesJames Armes2 kun oldin
  • look up chase cars and the berth of the mustang hehehe

    Dan BritDan Brit2 kun oldin
  • Imagine getting a Dacia Sandero follow me car.

    Alan SohnAlan Sohn2 kun oldin
  • Captain Joe referred to the U2 as "did", "was", "needed" & "flew during cold war era" as if the Dragon Lady wasn't still flying. The USAF has no plans to retire the U-2, which first flew in 1955, despite previous attempts to replace the aircraft. The service still operates 33 examples of the "Cold War-era" spy plane. And they still use a chase car. 🙂

    cookmcphersoncookmcpherson2 kun oldin
  • Very good idea the FOLLOW ME CAR !! All big and medium airports should have FOLLOW ME CARS.

    kazzicupkazzicup2 kun oldin
  • Europeans are always so far ahead of this side of the pond. Such a simple and effective thing yet so foreign to us.

    homie789homie7892 kun oldin
  • 3 years later:tesla roadster becomes a follow me car

    Somoni SakSomoni Sak2 kun oldin
  • 👍👍👍

    Al AbamaAl Abama2 kun oldin
  • 1:20 that’s the biggest plane traffic jam ever

    Micheal AftonMicheal Afton2 kun oldin
  • Sounds great... when they don't force it on you at an airport with an amazing 2 runways and then expect you to pay a service fee for it. Granted, this is a second-hand account. I personally never landed there (Bremen)

    YndostruiYndostrui2 kun oldin
  • Here in the states, it is a luxury 😁. Another informative video, thank you Capt!

    azitulaazitula2 kun oldin
  • Would you consider the US Secret Service vehicles around Air Force One in the same category?

    Larry LevineLarry Levine2 kun oldin
  • Supported the U-2's out of RAF Alconbury 1992-1995.. thanks for showing that awesome aircraft Captain Joe!!

    Cliff TrimbleCliff Trimble2 kun oldin
  • I for one have NEVER heard of a “follow me” car, what??? Also I live in Chicago so... as you said we don’t have one at O’Hare and Midway is such an easy airport to navigate I doubt you’d need one.

    MAN_ON_WHEELZMAN_ON_WHEELZ2 kun oldin
  • Lol my friend is working at Stuttgart airport, baggage / cargo etc 😁

    Erukanu SenpaiErukanu Senpai2 kun oldin
  • PLEASE GET A BETTER MIC A DISLIKE FROM ME FOR ONLY THAT REASON PLEASE

    Din DaddyDin Daddy2 kun oldin
  • I’m not a pilot but I could really use a follow me person for navigating some airports as a passenger

    Taylor BaskinTaylor Baskin2 kun oldin
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