a four-engine aircraft
on less than four engines,
so what happened, we'd fly around on the circuit,
he'd fly on three engines
and he'd fly on two engines,
and then we'd do a circuit
and then he'd do another circuit.
On this occasion we flying on two engines,
just about to land and one of the engines conked out
which we were flying on one.
The effect with that is obviously with an engine
on one side, then working
and as the aircraft pulled right over,
swung right over towards the control tower,
whipped the radio aerial off
and luckily the pilot was able to restart the engine
or if not, we'd have all been killed.