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UNITED 328 Engine Failure! WHAT CHECKLISTS did the pilots use? Explained by CAPTAIN JOE

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  • UNITED 328 Engine Failure! WHAT CHECKLISTS did the pilots use? Explained by CAPTAIN JOE

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    Dear friends and followers, welcome back to my channel!

    On the 20th of February 2021, a United Boeing 777-200, registration N772UA performing flight UA-328 from Denver,CO to Honolulu,HI (USA) with 231 passengers and 10 crew, was in the initial climb out of Denver's runway 25 when the right hand engine's (PW4077) inlet separated associated with the failure of the engine. The crew declared Mayday reporting an engine failure. The aircraft stopped the climb at about 13000 feet, the crew requested to return to Denver after running the checklists. ATC offered any runway, they would make it happen. The aircraft returned to Denver for a safe landing on runway 26 about 23 minutes after departure. The aircraft stopped on the runway for a check by emergency services. Emergency services advised of an active fire within the right hand engine and extinguished the fire a few minutes later. The aircraft was subsequently towed off the runway to a remote parking stand, where passengers disembarked and were bussed to the terminal. There were no injuries.

    The engine inlet fell into the neighbourhood of Broomfield,CO, located about 16nm west of Denver near 13th and Elmwood Street, the debris also struck through the roof of an adjacent house.

    Broomfield police reported that although debris impacted the neighbourhood and damaged a number of homes, there were no injuries on the ground. The debris field expands over a nautical mile.

    Ground observers reported hearing the sound of an explosion like bang, smoke and saw the debris falling down. The aircraft continued flying.

    Watch the video to learn more about what happened!

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  • How HIGH CAN PLANES fly? What is the COFFIN CORNER? Explained by CAPTAIN JOE

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    Dear friends and followers, welcome back to my channel!

    Today we’ll be looking at on „How high can planes fly“? What determines their maximum altitude? What are the dangers of flying too high? What are the Optimum, Maximum and Recommended Altitudes?
    I hope all these questions will be answered in this video!
    Enjoy!

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  • Boeing 737! MAX is BACK! Re-certification and understanding MCAS! Explained by CAPTAIN JOE

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    Dear friends and followers, welcome back to my channel!

    In today's video we'll be looking at the famous Boeing 737 MAX. What caused the grounding of this plane? What did Boeing do to get her certified? I'll give you a better understanding of the MCAS system. The easiest explanation on how the system works by using a bicycle! I'll briefly mention the Angle of Attack vane that caused the problems with the MCAS! Is it safe to fly this beautiful airplane again?

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  • TOP 15 Reasons for HARD LANDINGS! DONT BLAME the first officer! Explained by CAPTAIN JOE

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    Dear friends and followers, welcome back to my channel!

    Today’s video will all be about hard/bumpy landings. 15 reasons why pilots once in a while land a little harder than usual.
    Number 15:
    Autoland landing
    Autolands can sometimes end up in a harder landing than usual. In very foggy conditions with visibility values lower than what is consider to be flown manually(RVR minimum), pilots have to choose an auto land landing if there plane is equipped and certified for such an approach. The autopilot flies purely by numbers and received signals from the ground which can lead to a shortened flare, ending in a bumpy landing. A mishap showing that the autopilot only flies by the received signals is the Singapore airlines (check) landing at Munich airport, where the pilot disconnected the autopilot too late after landing, and the signal got disturb by another plane, leading to the Triple 777 to swerve off the runway.

    Number 14:
    Varying landing weight
    Your first landing might be close to the maximum landing weight and the next might be with a nearly empty plane. Planes act completely different depending on their landing weight, which might be misjudged by the pilot and ruining his flare!

    Number 13:
    Different plane types
    Some airline pilots are rated on multiple planes. For example when I flew for Airberlin, I was rated on the Airbus A319, 320, 321 and some colleagues even flew the A330 all within one week. Sometimes you switched between different types of aircraft in one day. Each of them flare and obviously weigh differently and can be the cause for a bumpy landing.

    Number 12:
    Different engine types
    Some airlines have an A320 as example with IAE V2500, but in the same fleet others are fitted with CFM Leap engines. Upon flare, the engines react or spool up and down differently, timely speaking, which can lead to an unexpected long flare, a sudden drop in airspeed and bang, your next hard landing.

    Number 11:
    Density Altitude
    When landing in Los Angeles for example with a 747, let’s say you have a ground speed on approach of 150 knots, times 5 equals = 750 feet per minute of descent rate on a 3 degree glideslope. Let’s fly the approach with the same landing weight into Mexico City with an airport elevation of 7300 feet, the air density is much lower, therefore your True Airspeed increases by 2% per 1000 feet, means 7 times 2% equals 14%, so 150 knots times 1.14 equals 171 knots. Let’s say 170 knots times 5 equals 850 feet per minute your descending on the 3 degree glideslope. So effectively 100 feet per minute 20 knots faster, if you don’t anticipate the higher descent rate, bang, harder landing then usual. The same applies for glide slopes which are steeper than normal which result in a higher descent rate!
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  • WHAT do the buttons do on a FLIGHT CONTROL YOKE? + TOP 10 YOKE designs! Explained CAPTAIN JOE

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    Dear friends and followers, welcome back to my channel!

    Today’s video will be looking at the switches on yokes! What are they therefore, their functions and later in the video I'll count down my TOP 10 airplane yokes that pilots fly with! From Cessna to Embraer and Concorde!

    I hope you enjoy the video and it’s been helpful to you!

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  • 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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  • WHAT is ACARS? HOW does it work? Explained by CAPTAIN JOE

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    Dear friends and followers, welcome back to my channel!

    In today's video we'll be focusing on the famous ACARS system, which allows pilots to send requests to a service provider (SITA or ARINC) via VHF or SATCOM. The datalink service provider will process their request and send and uplink back to the plane.

    But see more in the video!

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  • How does FLY-BY-WIRE work? The future of flight controls! Explained by CAPTAIN JOE

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    Dear friends and followers, welcome back to my channel!

    .... So the best-known feature of the Airbus fly-by-wire system is the sidestick. I did a whole video on the sidestick, which you might wanna checkout right here. So by moving the sidestick, you actually move mechanical levers and dampers which sit below the sidestick and this movement gets converted into a digital signal. Okay, let's say we were to make a left turn. Our left turn digital signal then runs by wire to a set of seven Flight control computers. The first one is ELAC 1. Which stands for Elevator and Aileron Computer. ELAC 2 acts as a backup in case ELAC 1 fails. So the ELAC 1 checks the received digital signal, before sending it off to the flight control surface. What I mean by checking the signal you'll see in a minute. So from ELAC our left turn digital signal then yet again runs through a wire/electric cable to one of the hydraulic actuators on the left-hand aileron and on the right-hand aileron, where our digital signal is then converted into a mechanical force moving the left-hand aileron upwards and the right-hand aileron downwards. Does that make sense so far? 

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  • Boeing 747 PILOT flies traffic pattern with CESSNA 152! Including CHECKLISTS by CAPTAIN JOE

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    Dear friends and followers, welcome back to my channel!

    Yes it’s finally here. My first ever youtube video with the new Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020. I have to say I absolutely love this software. I tested it before it was released and it’s just such a fantastic tool to training your procedure, checklist and just to get a head start if you are planning on going to flight school and become a pilot.

    I really don’t see it as a game rather as a great tool for aviators to improve their skills. I would even got as far as practicing approaches into airport we fly into on a regular basis.

    Nevertheless, in today’s video I’ll be showing you the absolute basics of flying a little Cessna 152 around the island of St. Barth. St. Barth airport is know for it’s incredible step descent on final for runway 10.
    So I challenge myself directly from the start and try and land this little plane onto this relatively short runway. But I wanted to do it as professional as possible by using all the necessary/applicable checklist. Starting up the engine, performing the runup etc. and Microsoft really delivers with this incredible simulation.
    So please checkout my checklist which are downloadable for a small fee on my website, that you can apply the checklists like you would in flight school or as professional pilots do.

    I hope you enjoyed this video, more of these will be coming soon!
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  • ANIMALS on PLANES? Is your PET SAFE flying in CARGO??? Explained by CAPTAIN JOE

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    Dear friends and followers, welcome back to my channel!

    Today’s video goes out to all passengers who travel or want to travel with their household pet on a plane. I’ll be showing you where your pet is being loaded. I’ll mention three possible ways of transporting your pet and what you should look out for!

    I hope you enjoy the video and it’s been helpful to you!

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  • US flight UA328 lands safely in Denver following engine failure

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    A passenger jet rained debris on the Denver suburbs, narrowly missing a home, after it suffered an engine failure shortly after takeoff on Saturday.
    The Honolulu-bound United Airlines Flight 328 made an emergency landing at Denver's international airport when one of the Boeing 777-200 engines experienced trouble and caught fire.
    There were cheers of relief from passengers on the flight after a dramatic landing.

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  • How do PLANES SLOW DOWN on the RUNWAY? Autobrakes System EXPLAINED BY CAPTAIN JOE

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    For this video I will base the explanations on the Boeing 747 and its particular system. Now that you know that the Autobrake is a helpful system for the pilots, lets see how they can activate it and what settings and functions they can choose from. On Boeing models, the switch to activate the Autobrake selector. On the 747-400 it is located on the center control stand under the transponder panel and next to the first officers’ seat. On the 747-8 the same panel is located underneath the gear lever. But in both cases they have the same labeling for their various settings: “RTO”, “OFF”, “DISARM”, AUTOBRAKE “1”, “2”, “3”, “4” and “MAX AUTO”.
    First of all, lets have a look at the options you as a pilot have when coming in for a landing. Please note that the Autobrake alone does not affect thrust reversers or spoiler deployment. Its one and only objective is to trigger the wheel braking demanded by the pilots. The settings 1 to 4 and MAX AUTO, represent deceleration rates at which the system tries to slow down the aircraft. Whether the preset deceleration can be fully achieved depends on the runway and tire conditions. Now, during the descend the pilots will process their checklists and will come to the point “Autobrake”. In most cases this point reads “as required” or simply “set”, meaning the pilots set the Autobrake to one of the specific settings in regard to runway length and runway condition. Once touching down, the wheel spin sensors sense the that the wheels have spun up and the Autobrake starts acting with minimum delay. Any manual braking will over ride this automated process and will disarm the Autobrake immediately. That is why you sometimes hear the pilot calling out “manual braking” after rolling out flickling the selector automatically to the“DISARM” setting. Yes you could disarm the autobrake system by placing the selector manually but pilots wouldn‘t reach to the selector during roll-out, as this is not where eyes should be. Monitor your speed and eyes on the runway.

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  • RAW: Moments after United Flight 328 landed safely at DIA

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    Viewer Mark Lindgren, a passenger on United Flight 328, took this video of the moments after the Boeing 777 landed safely at DIA and fire trucks arrived to douse the plane and failed engine.

    The flight from DIA to Daniel K. Inouye International Airport in Honolulu took off at 1:04 p.m. Saturday. The flight had 229 passengers and 10 crew members on board, according to the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB).

    Only minutes later, the plane's right engine exploded. The pilot circled the aircraft south and east, and made an emergency landing at DIA at 1:29 p.m., while in the cabin, passengers took cellphone video of the burning engine. The flight landed safely, and there were no injuries on board.

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  • Mayday call pilot made during engine failure - and Dever residents describe debris falling from jet

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    Debris from a US passenger jet fell onto Denver suburbs during an emergency landing on Saturday, with one very large piece narrowly missing a home.

    The United Airlines flight was bound for Honolulu when it suffered a right engine failure shortly after takeoff from Denver International Airport.

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  • United Airlines Engine Failure Denver Pilot Audio

    1:49

    United Airlines flight 328 on Feb 20th 2021 had an engine failure shortly after take off from Denver International Airport. A Boeing 777 Aircraft flight to Honolulu. The right engine failed and they declared an emergency. Disclaimer, made a mistake it was runway 7 not 17 that we hear

  • Lessons to Be Learned From Engine Failure On a United Airlines Boeing 777 Flight – AIN

    11:26

    As NTSB investigators find out why a Pratt & Whitney PW4077 engine failed on a Boeing 777 airliner soon after takeoff from Denver, AIN’s air transport editor Gregg Polek talks us through what we know so far. Already the focus is on a damaged fan blade, but authorities will also be considering possible connections with other incidents of engine failure. And we assess the safety risks in this case and others.

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  • Dozens of Boeing 777 grounded after United flight experiences engine fire

    4:02

    CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on the grounding of dozens of Boeing 777 flights as the NTSB investigates an engine fire on a United flight. For access to live and exclusive video from CNBC subscribe to CNBC PRO:

    United Airlines said Sunday that it will temporarily remove 24 of its Boeing 777s from service after one of the planes suffered an engine failure over the weekend.

    The head of the Federal Aviation Administration said Sunday the agency will order the inspection of some Boeing 777 jetliners powered by the same Pratt and Whitney engine, the PW4077.

    Japan’s aviation regulator has ordered airlines to suspend flights of aircraft with this type of engine until further notice, the FAA said. United is the only U.S. airline with this type of engine in its fleet, added the agency.

    United Flight 328, a Boeing 777-200 bound for Honolulu, made an emergency landing at Denver International Airport shortly after takeoff on Saturday afternoon after its right engine failed.

    No one was injured in the flight that was carrying 229 passengers and 10 crew members, but debris, including what appeared to be a piece of the engine covering, fell in nearby Broomfield, Colorado.

    Separately, Boeing said it recommended the halting of its 777 aircraft with the same kind of engine as the United flight that dropped debris near Denver.

    “While the NTSB investigation is ongoing, we recommended suspending operations of the 69 in-service and 59 in-storage 777s powered by Pratt & Whitney 4000 engines until the FAA identifies the appropriate inspection protocol,” Boeing said in a statement.

    Shares of Raytheon Technologies, parent of engine maker Pratt and Whitney, were down 0.7%, while Boeing was up 1%.

    Federal investigators said their initial investigation revealed two of the right engine’s fan blades were fractured.

    The National Transportation Safety Board said one of the engine’s fan blades was fractured near its root while another was fractured half-way through. Other engine fan blades were also damaged, the NTSB said in an initial report late Sunday.

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  • RAW: United Flight 328 engine catches fire

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    According to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), the Boeing 777-200's right engine failed shortly after takeoff. The FAA said it is aware of reports of debris in the vicinity of the airplane’s flight path. The FAA and National Transportation Safety Board will investigate.

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  • United Airlines flight suffers engine failure, drops debris over neighborhoods | ABC7

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    A United Airlines flight was forced to return to Denver International Airport Saturday after it suffered an engine failure shortly after takeoff, sending aircraft debris raining down on soccer fields, homes and yards in a Denver suburb.

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  • Boeing 777 jetliners face FAA investigation after an engine failure on a United flight

    2:03

    The FAA says it will order inspections of some Boeing 777 jetliners after an engine failure on a United flight. United Flight 328 made an emergency landing back at Denver International Airport shortly after takeoff. Debris was discovered in several neighborhoods, including an engine covering. No injuries were reported on board the plane. Japan's aviation regulator halted flights with this kind of engine until further notice. For access to live and exclusive video from CNBC subscribe to CNBC PRO:

    United Airlines said Sunday that it will temporarily remove 24 of its Boeing 777s from service after one of the planes suffered an engine failure over the weekend.

    The head of the Federal Aviation Administration said Sunday the agency will order the inspection of some Boeing 777 jetliners powered by the same Pratt and Whitney engine, the PW4077.

    Japan’s aviation regulator has ordered airlines to suspend flights of aircraft with this type of engine until further notice, the FAA said. United is the only U.S. airline with this type of engine in its fleet, added the agency.

    United Flight 328, a Boeing 777-200 bound for Honolulu, made an emergency landing at Denver International Airport shortly after takeoff on Saturday afternoon after its right engine failed.

    No one was injured in the flight that was carrying 229 passengers and 10 crew members, but debris, including what appeared to be a piece of the engine covering, fell in nearby Broomfield, Colorado.

    Separately, Boeing said it recommended the halting of its 777 aircraft with the same kind of engine as the United flight that dropped debris near Denver.

    “While the NTSB investigation is ongoing, we recommended suspending operations of the 69 in-service and 59 in-storage 777s powered by Pratt & Whitney 4000 engines until the FAA identifies the appropriate inspection protocol,” Boeing said in a statement.

    Shares of Raytheon Technologies, parent of engine maker Pratt and Whitney, were down 0.4%, while Boeing was up 0.5% in early afternoon trading.

    Federal investigators said their initial investigation revealed two of the right engine’s fan blades were fractured.

    The National Transportation Safety Board said one of the engine’s fan blades was fractured near its root while another was fractured half-way through. Other engine fan blades were also damaged, the NTSB said in an initial report late Sunday.

    “We reviewed all available safety data following yesterday’s incident. Based on the initial information, we concluded that the inspection interval should be stepped up for the hollow fan blades that are unique to this model of engine, used solely on Boeing 777 airplanes,” FAA administrator Steve Dickson said in a statement.

    United has another 28 of these aircraft in its fleet that are currently in storage. Airlines parked or retired dozens of planes after demand fell because of the Covid-19 pandemic. The planes are also operated in Japan and South Korea.

    Engine maker Pratt and Whitney, said in a statement that it sent a team to work with the U.S. investigators. The company said it is “actively coordinating with operators and regulators to support the revised inspection interval of the Pratt & Whitney PW4000 engines that power Boeing 777 aircraft.”

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  • Very rare: Aviation expert John Nance describes engine failure on Boeing 777-200 near Denver

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    Shocking video shows an engine of a Boeing 777-200 in flames while in the air. United Airlines Flight 328 was on its way from Denver to Honolulu on Saturday when an engine failed shortly after takeoff.

    The plane was able to land safely back in Denver and no one on board or on the ground was injured. The National Transportation Safety Board is investigating.

  • United Airlines flight 328 from Denver to HNL diverts due to smoke and flames coming from the right

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    The FAA confirms that United United Flight 328 that was flying from Denver to Daniel K. Inouye International Airport in Honolulu right-engine failure shortly after takeoff.

  • United B777 has ENGINE FAILURE+FIRE on departure | Cowling Separates

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  • ENGINE FAILURE and ENGINE FIRE | United Boeing 777-200 | Denver airport

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    THIS VIDEO IS A RECONSTRUCTION OF THE FOLLOWING SITUATION IN FLIGHT:

    20-FEB-2021. A United Airlines Boeing 777-200 (B772), registration N772UA, performing flight UAL328 / UA328 from Denver international airport, CO (USA) to Honolulu Daniel K. Inouye international airport, HI (USA), after departure, about at 13000 feet, declared an emergency and reported about engine failure. The pilots decided to turn back to Denver..

    COMMENTS: UAL328 has just departed from Denver.
    DEPARTURE: UAL328 Heavy, cleared direct ZIMMR.
    UAL328: Alright, direct to ZIMMR, UAL328 Heavy.
    UAL328: Denver Departure, United…
    UAL328: UAL328 Heavy, we've experienced engine failure. We need a turn.
    UAL328: MAYDAY, MAYDAY, UAL328.
    UAL328: UAL328, Heavy, MAYDAY, MAYDAY aircraft.
    DEPARTURE: UAL328 Heavy, say again, please. Read all that again.
    UAL328: Denver Departure, UAL328 Heavy, MAYDAY aircraft. Just experienced an engine failure, we need to turn immediately.
    DEPARTURE: UAL328 Heavy, left or right turn?
    UAL328: Left turn.
    DEPARTURE: UAL328 Heavy, when able turn left heading 080.
    UAL328: Left heading 080, UAL328.
    DEPARTURE: …at pilot’s discretion maintain 9000.
    UAL328: Okay, descend and maintain 9000, UAL328.
    COMMENTS: It seems controller turned UAL328 south-east bound. This part of communications is not available.
    DEPARTURE: UAL328, did you want straight in for RW 7.
    UAL328: Not immediate. We need to run some checklists.
    DEPARTURE: UAL328 Heavy, just let me know what you can do. If you want to hold for left turns, let me know.
    UAL328: Very good, UAL328.
    COMMENTS: Probably controller called UAL328.
    UAL328: UAL328, go ahead.
    DEPARTURE: UAL328, when able fuel and souls on board, and intentions.
    UAL328: We’d like to return to Denver as soon as possible here and we'll give you the souls in just a minute.
    DEPARTURE: UAL328, roger, you’re cleared to Denver via radar vectors. Do you wanna left turn in to the airport right now or do you want delay vectors for anything else you might need?
    UAL328: We’re gonna… Yeah, we’ll need delay vectors. We need just to run thought a few checklists and get some landing data.
    DEPARTURE: Okay, I’m just gonna keep you in in that heading there, left turns all the way around the airdrome and whatever runway you’ll line up for and you want, just let me know and we’ll make it happen.
    UAL328: UAL328 Heavy, thank you.
    DEPARTURE: UAL328, when able fly heading 050.
    UAL328: 050, UAL328 Heavy.
    UAL328: What runway we can plan, for 328 Heavy?
    DEPARTURE: UAL328 Heavy, you can have any runway you'd like, so just let me know. Keeping you wide there. Do you wanna go in for the west runways. I can take you to the north runways. I can take you to the south runways. It's really your call.
    COMMENTS: It seems that pilot decided to take RW 26.
    DEPARTURE: UAL328, roger, descend and maintain 8000.
    UAL328: Alright, cleared to 8000, UAL328 Heavy.
    DEPARTURE: UAL328 Heavy, information Q is current, Denver altimeter is 2966.
    UAL328: Understand 2966, UAL328 Heavy.
    UAL328: UAL328, we can take a tighter turn here.


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  • UAL flight 328

    16:13

    Observations of the video available showing the engine failure and fire aboard United Airlines flight 328 on Feb 20 2021.
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    When the final NTSB report is released, we will see how close or how far off the mark I really am.

  • United temporarily grounds 24 Boeing 777s following engine failure

    1:38

    United Airlines said Sunday that it will temporarily remove 24 of its Boeing 777s from service after one of the planes suffered an engine failure over the weekend. CNBC's Squawk Box crew reports. For access to live and exclusive video from CNBC subscribe to CNBC PRO:

    United Airlines said Sunday that it will temporarily remove 24 of its Boeing 777s from service after one of the planes suffered an engine failure over the weekend.

    The head of the Federal Aviation Administration said Sunday the agency will order the inspection of some Boeing 777 jetliners powered by the same Pratt and Whitney engine, the PW4077.

    Japan’s aviation regulator has ordered airlines to suspend flights of aircraft with this type of engine until further notice, the FAA said. United is the only U.S. airline with this type of engine in its fleet, added the agency.

    United Flight 328, a Boeing 777-200 bound for Honolulu, made an emergency landing at Denver International Airport shortly after takeoff on Saturday afternoon after its right engine failed.

    No one was injured in the flight that was carrying 229 passengers and 10 crew members, but debris, including what appeared to be a piece of the engine covering, fell in nearby Broomfield, Colorado.

    Separately, Boeing said it recommended the halting of its 777 aircraft with the same kind of engine as the United flight that dropped debris near Denver.

    “While the NTSB investigation is ongoing, we recommended suspending operations of the 69 in-service and 59 in-storage 777s powered by Pratt & Whitney 4000 engines until the FAA identifies the appropriate inspection protocol,” Boeing said in a statement.

    Shares of Raytheon Technologies, parent of engine maker Pratt and Whitney, were down 0.7%, while Boeing was up 1%.

    Federal investigators said their initial investigation revealed two of the right engine’s fan blades were fractured.

    The National Transportation Safety Board said one of the engine’s fan blades was fractured near its root while another was fractured half-way through. Other engine fan blades were also damaged, the NTSB said in an initial report late Sunday.

    “We reviewed all available safety data following yesterday’s incident. Based on the initial information, we concluded that the inspection interval should be stepped up for the hollow fan blades that are unique to this model of engine, used solely on Boeing 777 airplanes,” FAA administrator Steve Dickson said in a statement.

    United has another 28 of these aircraft in its fleet that are currently in storage. Airlines parked or retired dozens of planes after demand fell because of the Covid-19 pandemic. The planes are also operated in Japan and South Korea.

    Engine maker Pratt and Whitney, said in a statement that it sent a team to work with the U.S. investigators. The company said it is “actively coordinating with operators and regulators to support the revised inspection interval of the Pratt & Whitney PW4000 engines that power Boeing 777 aircraft.”

    Pratt and Whitney said it will continue to ensure the safe operation of the fleet.

    United said it operates 44 other Boeing 777s that are powered by General Electric engines.

    Such incidents are rare but have occurred recently and regulators will likely examine common threads.

    Dutch regulators said are investigating an engine fire on a Boeing 747 cargo plane that was also powered by Pratt and Whitney PW4000 engines, after parts of one of the engines fell shortly after takeoff from Maastricht.

    One of the Pratt and Whitney PW4000 engines on a Tokyo-bound Japan Airlines Boeing 777-200 failed during a Dec. 4 flight, forcing it to return to Naha, Japan. Fan blade damage was later detected. Japan Airlines said it strengthened its maintenance program as a result of the incident.

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  • It Was A Textbook Landing: United Flight #328 Passenger Describes Engine Explosion

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    I was sitting in the middle of the plane and there was a loud explosion, Mike Vena told CBS4's Michael Abeyta.

  • Authorities investigating engine failure on United Airlines flight

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  • United Flight 328: NTSB investigation update

    26:43

    The investigation is just beginning into what caused United Airlines Flight 328 to experience catastrophic engine failure and drop airplane parts on Broomfield neighborhoods on Saturday afternoon.

    The Boeing 777, which was a flight from Denver to Hawaii, returned safely to Denver International Airport, and no one on board or on the ground was injured.

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  • UNİTED AİRLİNES Engine Failure, B777 DENVER AİRPORT EMERGENCY LANDİNG, UA328, Colorado

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  • FAA takes action after airplanes engine falls apart mid-flight l GMA

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  • Video shows moment debris from United Airlines plane falls onto Colorado street

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    There's new video of debris falling onto the street in Colorado from the United Airlines plane that was forced to make an emergency landing due to an engine failure Saturday.

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  • United Airlines B777 Flight UA328 engine catches fire at Denver Airport - Emergency Landing

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    United Airlines B777 Flight UA328 engine catches fire at Denver Airport - Emergency Landing

    The 777 was operating flight UA328 from Denver to Honolulu and was climbing out of out Denver’s runway 27 when the right-hand Pratt and Whitney engine’s inlet separated associated with the failure of the engine.

    Aviation Herald reports that the pilots declared a Mayday reporting the 777 engine fire.

    “The aircraft stopped the climb at about 13,000 feet, the crew requested to return to Denver after running the checklists, AH reported.

    “The aircraft returned to Denver for a safe landing on runway 26 about 23 minutes after departure. The aircraft stopped on the runway for a check by emergency services.”

    The engine inlet fell into the neighborhood of Broomfield, located about 15km west of Denver.

    Here is the dramatic video of the 777 engine fire.

  • Plane makes emergency landing after parts of Boeing aircraft drop over homes

    2:10

    A United Airlines flight was forced into an emergency landing after debris from the aircraft plunged towards homes in Denver.

    Debris from Flight 328 between the capital of Colorado and Honolulu was spotted strewn across a residential area in Broomfield, including the engine rim and what appeared to be parts of the engine casing.

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    United Airlines said Sunday that it will temporarily remove 24 of its Boeing 777s from service after one of the planes suffered an engine failure over the weekend. CNBC's Jim Cramer and Carl Quintanilla discuss. Subscribe to CNBC PRO for access to investor and analyst insights:

    A United Airlines Boeing 777-200 bound for Honolulu suffered an engine failure shortly after takeoff from Denver on Saturday, the Federal Aviation Administration said.

    The plane returned to Denver where it landed safely. Images shared on social media showed what appeared to be a part of the engine covering in front of a house, while police shared images of other debris. United said there were no injuries reported on board the flight.

    “The FAA is aware of reports of debris in the vicinity of the airplane’s flight path,” the agency said in a statement.

    The plane departed Denver International Airport shortly after 1 p.m. Mountain time and returned to the airport less than 30 minutes afterward, according to flight-tracking site Flightradar24.

    The National Transportation Safety Board and the FAA said they are investigating the incident. The Broomfield Police Department in Colorado said the plane dropped debris in several neighborhoods and warned against touching or moving pieces of the plane.

    There were 231 passengers and 10 crew members on board United Flight 328, a twin-engine, wide-body Boeing 777, when its right engine failed, United said.

    United said it is in contact with the FAA, NTSB as well as local law enforcement about the flight.

    “All passengers and crew have deplaned and been transported back to the terminal” in Denver, United said in a statement. The carrier said most passengers on the flight were rebooked and on their way to Honolulu on another flight while those who didn’t want to be rebooked on Saturday were provided hotel stays.

    “Extremely rare engine failures like this prove there is no substitute for experience and that the most important aircraft safety system is two well-trained, highly skilled, professional pilots at the controls on the flight deck,” said the Air Line Pilots Association, the union that represents United’s pilots.

    The Association of Flight Attendants-CWA, which represents United’s cabin crews, said its employee assistance and safety committees were providing assistance to crews.

    “We’re grateful the plane landed safely,” the labor union said.

    Boeing said it was aware of reports about the incident. Flightradar24 said the plane was powered by two Pratt and Whitney PW4000 engines. The Raytheon Technologies unit didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment.

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  • Thats what we train for: Pilot discusses Boeing 777 engine failure

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    After a United Airlines engine failed, dropping debris on a Denver neighborhood, we wanted to give you a sharper insight into what happened.

    0 Tampa Bay anchor Allison Kropff spoke with retired pilot, Mark Weinkrantz about what happened to United Flight 328. He has more than 30,000 hours of Total Flight time, an instructor in the Air Force and at the airline where he spent a 33-year career.

    During takeoff, the engine is under the highest stress, and apparently, and this is just the first blush, one of the inlet fan blades seems to have failed and had been ingested into the engine. That resulted in a catastrophic failure.

    This is actually something Weinkrantz experienced as a pilot.

    A lot of it depends on if it happens at day or night. Mine happened to happen at night on a 747 and there's a back fire that's involved that shot a flame about 20 feet in front of the engine because the air flow had been disrupted by this fan blade failure. The engines are set on pylons specifically for this purpose. They're away from the wing. And generally, when an engine digests itself, like this United one appears to have, it's contained within the engine itself. That's what makes this a little bit more unusual is that it rained down debris on the area all around it.

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  • Flight Crew Praised After United Airlines Plane Engine Explodes Over Broomfield

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    One man on United Airlines flight #328 praised the pilots and flight crew after an engine exploded mid-air. Read the latest updates at

  • United Airlines Flight 328: Shocked Passengers Share Their Terrifying Experience

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    Passengers on United Airlines Flight 328 have shared their terrifying experience after an engine blew up shortly after takeoff.

    Plane debris and pieces of the engine fell onto lawns, sports fields and on suburban streets in Denver, but fortunately, the aircraft was landed safely at Denver International Airport. No one on board or on the ground was hurt.

    The Boeing 777 was carrying 241 people from Denver to Honolulu on Saturday.

    Authorities have not released any details about what may have caused the engine failure.

    Report by Giulia Bassanese

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  • 9NEWS Aviation Expert talks about United Flight 328

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    There were 231 passengers and 10 crew members on board, according to United. There were no reported injuries.

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  • Plane Engine Bursts into Flames With 231 Aboard, Lands Safely

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    A veteran United Airlines pilot is being praised for keeping passengers calm as he safely landed a jet after one of its engines caught fire following takeoff in Denver, Colorado. United flight 328 had “an uncontained and catastrophic engine failure” which resulted in an engine bursting into flame midair. A couple captured alarming video showing the charred and exposed engine outside their window. Passenger Brett Guy also praised the pilot’s calm demeanor, saying it reassured him.

  • United pulls some Boeing 777 aircraft, FAA upping inspections after engine failure

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    The moves come after United Airlines Flight 328 experienced engine failure Saturday and dropped airplane parts on Broomfield, Colorado.

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  • Denver United Airlines flight engine failure: What might have happened, and questions that remain

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    That aircraft experienced what we call in the aviation world, an uncontained engine failure. That means parts of the turbine, possibly a compressor blade to this, exited the engine case in all directions.

  • United Plane Showers Debris Near Denver After Engine Failure

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    I go, oh, that's the front engine of a plane.

    Residents of Broomfield, Colorado described finding debris from the Boeing 777-200 plane that made an emergency return to Denver Airport on Saturday following an engine failure.

    A Boeing 777-200 operated by United Airlines made an emergency return to Denver International Airport on Saturday following an engine failure that rained debris on a city suburb. The airline said no-one aboard was injured.

    United Flight 328 was headed from Denver to Honolulu when the incident occurred around 1:30 p.m., Federal Aviation Administration spokesman Allen Kenitzer said by email. The plane landed safely back at Denver after its right engine failed, the FAA said in a statement. The FAA and the National Transportation Safety Board will investigate.

    Preliminary evidence suggested that one of the large fan blades that rotate at the front of the engine broke loose, said a person familiar with the incident who wasn’t permitted to speak publicly about it. The violent failure prompted debris to break loose, the person said.

    “I’m honestly shocked, looking at this debris field,” Rachel Welte, a police spokeswoman in Broomfield, Colorado, said at a news conference. Television and social-media images showed large chunks of plane parts strewn across in the city. Police said debris landed in two neighborhoods and in a local park.

    The flight had 231 passengers and 10 crew members aboard and was met by emergency crews as a precaution, David Gonzalez, a United spokesman, said by email.

    The plane departed Denver at 12:15 p.m. and returned around 1:30 pm, airport spokeswoman Alex Renteria said by phone. It took off toward the west and reached an altitude of more than 13,000 feet (3,963 meters) before circling around to land, according to the flight-tracking website Flightradar24.

    Flightradar24 listed the plane’s tail number as N772UA, a Boeing 777 manufactured in 1995, according to FAA records.

    Last year, the NTSB concluded that a previous engine failure on a United 777 was the result of inadequate test standards at the engine manufacturer, Raytheon Technologies Corp.’s Pratt & Whitney division, to ensure metal used in fan blades didn’t contain imperfections.

    After the incident, Pratt re-inspected all 9,600 fan blades on the same model engine and didn’t find any others with potential safety problems, the NTSB said.

    Read more: Pratt & Whitney Training Cited in 2018 United Jet Engine Failure

    Boeing is referring questions to United, spokesman Gordon Johndroe said by email. Pratt & Whitney didn’t immediately respond to messages seeking comment.

    Photos of the engine taken by passengers suggest it failed in a dangerous manner that may have allowed debris to fly out laterally, potentially putting the plane and people inside at risk.

    The failure also appears similar to how another 777 engine failed on a United flight in 2018. In that case, a fan blade broke and tore the front of the engine apart.

    “We’ve experienced an engine failure. We need to turn,” one of the United 328 pilots radioed an air-traffic controller as the plane was climbing after takeoff, according to a recording posted on the LiveATC website.

    Seconds later, he issued the standard emergency declaration: “Mayday, mayday.”

    The controller turned the jet to the left so it could return for a landing. When asked if they wanted to fly directly back to the airport, the pilot asked for a slightly longer route. “We need to run some check lists,” he said.

    All twin-engine aircraft are designed to be flown in the event that one of the jets fails, and planes have special fire extinguishers for engines. Pilots are trained on handling engine failures and repeatedly drilled on it.

    Planes that fly long distances over oceans, such as the haul to Hawaii, must have enhanced engine maintenance and lower failure rates because they have fewer options for making emergency landings.

    All jet engines are designed with a hardened exterior designed to prevent shrapnel from escaping except through the rear. If that containment system breaks down, it’s considered a rare so-called uncontained failure.

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  • Video Shows Fiery Engine Aboard United Airlines Flight

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    A passenger aboard United Airlines Flight 328 filmed the plane’s right engine after it blew apart just after takeoff, Saturday, February 20.
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    READ MORE: U.S. regulators announced extra inspections on Boeing 777 jets using the same type of engine that shed debris Saturday over Denver, while Japan went further and suspended their use while it considers what action to take.

    The regulatory moves involving Pratt & Whitney 4000 engines came after a United Airlines 777 landed safely at Denver International Airport Saturday after its right engine failed.

    United Airlines said Sunday it would voluntarily and temporarily remove its 24 active planes of this type from its schedule.
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  • United Flight 328: Dashcam video shows moment engine failed

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    This dashcam video shows the moment a Boeing 777's engine failed mid-flight over Broomfield, Colorado. (Video: Zach Allen)

    According to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), the Boeing 777-200's right engine failed shortly after takeoff. The FAA said it is aware of reports of debris in the vicinity of the airplane’s flight path. The FAA and National Transportation Safety Board are investigating. United Airlines Flight 328 was on its way from Denver to Hawaii.

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  • United engine failure: Video shows falling debris in backyard

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    A home surveillance system captured video of falling debris in a home's backyard from United flight 328. Neighbors are seeing running as debris begins to fall.

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  • Plane experiencing engine trouble scatters large debris throughout Colorado neighborhood

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    A United Airlines flight was forced to return to Denver International Airport Saturday after it suffered an engine failure shortly after takeoff, sending aircraft debris raining down on soccer fields, homes and yards in a Denver suburb.

    United Flight 328 returned to the airport around 1:30 p.m. after suffering an engine issue, an airport spokesperson told CNN. The flight had been bound for Honolulu.

    The Federal Aviation Administration confirmed in a statement that a Boeing 777-200 safely returned to the Denver International Airport after experiencing a right-engine failure shortly after takeoff.
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  • United engine failure: FAA ups inspections; Boeing recommends grounding specific 777s

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    The moves come after United Airlines Flight 328 experienced catastrophic engine failure and dropped airplane parts on Broomfield.

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