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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Randy Raymond
Randy Raymond 3 години тому
Very useful information 👌
Matt F.
Matt F. 3 години тому
I feel like I just went through a starter 777 emergency ops course.... Joe you are absolutely amazing and this extremely informative video has made me subscribe!! This is awesome!!!
LaurMTB ツ
LaurMTB ツ 3 години тому
nowadays there are smartphones with dozens of cameras, i don't understand why the aircraft doesn't have at least a few cameras to record the itself from different angles?
Paulo Marques
Paulo Marques 3 години тому
Great explanation.
Walter Hast
Walter Hast 3 години тому
That was an amazing commentary on what happened. It brings me a lot of peace knowing that we are in good hands when we travel. My family is currently over seas right now with a return flight booked, so I will be sharing this video with those who are are worried about us after seeing the news.
Zahir Ahmad
Zahir Ahmad 3 години тому
Just subscribed after this video 👍
TiptopCoast 3 години тому
Joe, you are trending, good job
Jon/Kris Peterson
Jon/Kris Peterson 3 години тому
So glad this turned out safe. I was in Sioux City when United 323 Heavy failed. There is no way anyone should have survived that crash, but thanks to good piloting, so many people did.
Jake Offenhymer
Jake Offenhymer 3 години тому
I will NEVER crawl into one of death traps again... N E V E R. .... airline manufacturers and flying companies can no longer be trusted.
Ian Stokesberry
Ian Stokesberry 3 години тому
Greattt, im taking United out of Denver in a month.....
zaid abdulaziz
zaid abdulaziz 3 години тому
If its Boeing, I ain't going!
B Rich
B Rich 4 години тому
I know that pilot prolly shitted himself when he heard that bang sound.
G *O
G *O 4 години тому
Much better to have this to have occurred close to takeoff rather than in the middle of the Pacific. :-O
StryderK 4 години тому
Right now, NTSB has detected metal fatigue in the engine and cowling. It’s anyone guess what caused that fatigue.
jos Touw
jos Touw 4 години тому
There's no I in team but there is a ME!
Shahid Raihan
Shahid Raihan 4 години тому
Well done pilots great experience paid off safe landing Allah bless you all Thank you Captain Joe London Heathrow Security's
Andy Bush
Andy Bush 4 години тому
Flying is about dealing with emergencies
Steve k
Steve k 4 години тому
OK, i am not a pilot or mechanic. I only saw the footage of the flaming engine and paused the video at the beginning. So I don"t know the cause as of yet. based on visual guessing, 1. I will assume a either a bearing(s) went dry and overheated and seized up causing engine to go "boom" and shed excess parts.. 2. A fuel line ruptured. Now I will watch the video and see what I can learn. Ok, possible engine fan blade failure. hhmm was thinking, didn't recall a bird strike. my memory might be a bit off, however wasn't there a multi engine passenger plane in the early days...Constellation maybe,? Anyway if i recall its wing fell off and crashed the plane and the cause was unknown for a while then it was determined to be "metal fatigue" as the constant flexing over the years of flight caused wing to fail. Fan blade: Interesting, would be curious how many hours the blade was under or over its number of allowed flight hours before a replacement would have been due. I imagine during Preflight Inspection if there was any discoloration or fading at the mounting point it likely would have been pulled from service prior to departure. it will be interesting to see how this event turns out when NTSB rules on its findings.
Franky Vincentio
Franky Vincentio 4 години тому
I am terrified of flying no idea if this is helping or not
grubbytech 4 години тому
Good video. No guesswork really which makes a change from other aviation “experts”. As for the engine still being on fire when it was landing.......my money is on it being engine oil. It shouldn’t be hydraulic fluid or fuel as both of these are cut off when the fire handle is pulled.
Steve Mack
Steve Mack 4 години тому
Terrific info👍👍
Caiolinn Ertel
Caiolinn Ertel 4 години тому
Very nice review without any NTSB reporting. You mirrored my training in B737s very closely. No real differences.
OliverUnderTheMoon 4 години тому
Jeez, this reminds me of the one where the blade fragment took out some poor soul in a window seat. There were a lot of lucky people that day.
MrKawasaurus 4 години тому
dear cpt.Joe, thanks for th very interesting reports. it helps to understand the circumstances and problems of aircrafts and pilots. BUT: can you do your reports also in german language? so i (and many others) could understand way much better what exactly happens. Thanks.
Anup Kulkarni
Anup Kulkarni 4 години тому
This is exactly same as what happened 3 years ago to a united flight to honolulu. ukposts.info/have/v-deo/gmKcfJmfm2yJqas.html
tim 4 години тому
someone didn't properly inspect that engine. United doesn't have the best ground crews from what i've heard.
Usman Muhammad Dodo
Usman Muhammad Dodo 4 години тому
Please Captain what might happened with Nigerian Airforce aircraft King Air 350 crashed on the same day which this plane and 7 Airmen died in the incident (May their soul rest in Peace)
Lou Touchette
Lou Touchette 4 години тому
Being a retired Boeing 777 aircraft quality assurance inspector, I can fully appreciate how the aircraft was able to fly on one engine. Boeing uses three different engines depending upon which one the customer chooses... Rolls-Royce, Pratt and Whitney or General Electric. All three are very powerful and able to fly a fully loaded aircraft. Example, a number of years ago China Air was considering buying the 757 aircraft. They wanted an aircraft that would quickly climb over a mountain near one of the cities they served. When a Boeing test pilot gave a demonstration he commented that not only could he clear that mountain, but he would do it with ONE engine only. He did it and China Air placed a large order for the aircraft.
Johnny Marbles
Johnny Marbles 4 години тому
Like asking an F-1 driver how his car works, stfu and fly-boy!
tom kent
tom kent 4 години тому
Not as serious as it looked.
Tancredi Capucci
Tancredi Capucci 4 години тому
If it's Boeing pieces are going 🙄🙄🙄
tom kent
tom kent 4 години тому
Although it looks bad, the situation was under control. The engine had been shut off and their was no fuel fire.
Fvp837 4 години тому
What about the 777x, as they say that they maybe have to be grounded.
Marcel R.
Marcel R. 4 години тому
Toll beschrieben,wie immer ! Klasse
João Manguino
João Manguino 4 години тому
Thanks Captain Joe! I could not feel better informed about this incident. Thanks for the great and calm explanation
oyeGURU 4 години тому
fuel dump so fast ?
Chris McCabe
Chris McCabe 4 години тому
As a question and not a critique, wouldn’t the PF’s job be to ‘aviate’ the aircraft onto the ground ASAP? I understand the O’weight aspect, but wouldn’t a game plan for that have been planned by the Captain years ago (ie after the Swiss Air incident)? With an engine fire, I would prefer it falling off the wing when on the ground vs while in the air running checklists. Again, just brought up for discussion.
Rajaprabu 4 години тому
Explanation are clearly and easy to understand what happened
Nate M
Nate M 4 години тому
Here comes the Hollywood blockbuster in 3...2...1. You know they gotta make money off this Good analysis Captain Joe!
Convenience store banana
Convenience store banana 4 години тому
Joe who ? Joe mama
Alexander Alviarez
Alexander Alviarez 4 години тому
The training is very important in these cases and the calm for crew to the passengers until the plane get down and get the final point sussefuly
Donald Sayers
Donald Sayers 4 години тому
Other commenters and pictures seem to indicate that the blade exited forwards slicing the cowling forward of the containment belt which was not penetrated.
Fragile Crystal
Fragile Crystal 4 години тому
During the climb the engine would have been at a constant CLB power setting, the acceleration is accomplished by reducing the climb rate, not changing the power of the engine. Regarding the left turn, this could have been the emergency turn for this departure, to keep away from high terrain.
TigerChuu 5 годин тому
Sometimes I feel like pilots and cabin crew don’t get paid enough. Amazing. Well done to everyone
Chulang Searles
Chulang Searles 5 годин тому
sinclurm 5 годин тому
Spectacular training and execution. Why do they not evacuate the aircraft immediately upon stopping or as soon as the engine fire was put out? Towing the craft before disembarkation must surely carry unknown risks for which an immediate evac could reduce if not fully mitigate...
Julian Hall
Julian Hall 5 годин тому
Thanks ,great explanation.
JP Rupp
JP Rupp 5 годин тому
Amazing airmanship.
Captain Ron
Captain Ron 5 годин тому
If you are a captain why only 3 stripes?
Dominique Shelby
Dominique Shelby 5 годин тому
This was great!
Tom Burton
Tom Burton 5 годин тому
What about the fuel? It was fully loaded on takeoff - and on landing? And the speech of the pilot (AND the ground crew!) very fast & high-pitched....
Mike Schmidt
Mike Schmidt 5 годин тому
"great NTSB"??? That's a joke, right?
Syed Manzar Abbas
Syed Manzar Abbas 5 годин тому
Can't agree more than that Captain Joe !!! Lovely analysis
billie day veerappa
billie day veerappa 5 годин тому
“For the Lord himself will come down from heaven, with a loud command, with the voice of the archangel and with the trumpet call of God, and the dead in Christ will rise first. After that, we who are still alive and are left will be caught up together with them in the clouds to meet the Lord in the air. And so we will be with the Lord forever. Therefore encourage one another with these words. Now, brothers and sisters, about times and dates we do not need to write to you, for you know very well that the day of the Lord will come like a thief in the night. While people are saying, “Peace and safety,” destruction will come on them suddenly, as labor pains on a pregnant woman, and they will not escape. But you, brothers and sisters, are not in darkness so that this day should surprise you like a thief. You are all children of the light and children of the day. We do not belong to the night or to the darkness. So then, let us not be like others, who are asleep, but let us be awake and sober. For those who sleep, sleep at night, and those who get drunk, get drunk at night. But since we belong to the day, let us be sober, putting on faith and love as a breastplate, and the hope of salvation as a helmet. For God did not appoint us to suffer wrath but to receive salvation through our Lord Jesus Christ. He died for us so that, whether we are awake or asleep, we may live together with him.” #LordJesusiscoming
Richard Marcotte
Richard Marcotte 5 годин тому
Pilot's #1 Job Do not run out of good ideas before you run out of altitude!
. 5 годин тому
"allowing passengers to hop onto the next flight" I think they might want a break from flying after that...
Olli! 5 годин тому
Thanks for this detailed explanation, is interesting and shares many details for people how are not in aviation business. Just one minor issue. What the engine has experienced is not an "Uncontained Engine Event". It would be an uncontained event, if for example the missing fan blade would have exited the engine cowling in an radial direction. But as you can see on the video showing the engine after the event, the Fan Containment Ring, located below the brown area around the fan, although wobbling a bit around, still seems intact and fulfilled its duty. That parts leave the engine in an axial direction is unavoidable but they cannot damage the fuselage. This is why it is not classified as an uncontained engine event. That the nose cowl came off should not happen, as seen in the small video of the fan blade off test. In civil aviation every engine has to pass this test and is only certified after a successful fan blade off test. Other than that, thanks for your informative video.
mazhar altaf
mazhar altaf 5 годин тому
Thank God the plane was not far away from airport. Precious lives saved and plane landed safely.
Phani Raj
Phani Raj 5 годин тому
BOEING: Bits of Engines in Neighbour's Gardens
Phani Raj
Phani Raj 5 годин тому
The best flight instructor on this planet credit goes to Captain Joe❤As always great insights into the situation and fabulous explanation. You can't keep Joe out of me😊
nc4tn 5 годин тому
I hope that incidences like this nix the industry effort to have only one pilot on a plane.
Trevor Dodd
Trevor Dodd 5 годин тому
I am not really an aviation enthusiast, but I watched this video from the beginning to the end. I actually found it quite an emotional experience.
Sounds of the Underground
Sounds of the Underground 5 годин тому
Good thing this issue didn't happen over the open waters of the ocean...
nc4tn 5 годин тому
Great deskrip, Cap!
Edward Myers
Edward Myers 5 годин тому
Thank god you did a video on this. No one seems to know what the hell there talking about
Nils Jürgensen
Nils Jürgensen 5 годин тому
There is nothing what you cannot fix with Duct-Tape and WD-40!
Grey Jay
Grey Jay 5 годин тому
A clear and cogent presentation. Well done. For another angle on this incident, visit the Blancolirio channel. Juan Browne is a 777 pilot, and former Air Force and aerial firefighting pilot.
Darcy Bowyer
Darcy Bowyer 5 годин тому
Very professional attitude from the pilots and ATC led to a successful safe landing. Now the passengers have a great story to tell and the pilot/co pilot and cabin crew a well deserved hero welcome! If I was on that flight I’d buy them all a beer! 😊
ravipartner 5 годин тому
Excellent narration with minute details.. Aviation is a team effort of all concerned at the airport..
Deiftwaser 5 годин тому
I saw a photo of an engine part on a house and the person said "United left this thing from a boeing 777
buypaxshop ATMANE
buypaxshop ATMANE 5 годин тому
The best thing is the end.. Everybody landed safe... Thanks to the Hight level of performance by pilot,and all crew... I hope to present the names and photos if pilot and crew ....so poeple can thank them and conceder them heros
Michael Russell
Michael Russell 5 годин тому
Awesome video man I love it! 💪🏻💪🏻💪🏻
bmused55 5 годин тому
Later pictures have shown this was a contained failure. Contained in that the armoured cowling around the fan was not penetrated. What seems to have happened was the fan blade flew outward and forward, sliced through the leading edge of the aerodynamic cowling which then separated. The airflow alone then tore the rest of it off in quick succession.
Jasper Hedgehog
Jasper Hedgehog 5 годин тому
very well explained and demonstrated
xollst 5 годин тому
it's people like you who keep us alive in the skies! good job :)
Chandni Mehek
Chandni Mehek 5 годин тому
How does the pilot know about the engine failure. .?
Arizona John
Arizona John 5 годин тому
This pilot was not as calm as the southwest airlines pilot who lost a passenger, couple years ago with a blown engine. This pilot should have turned of that engine.
untouchable360x 5 годин тому
Maybe that is a question you should ask “Chy-na.”
Alex Stone
Alex Stone 5 годин тому
"UuuH, Pilot, I don't mean to be rude, but I think there's something wrong with your engine".
zuygj bnsv
zuygj bnsv 5 годин тому
Wow, this accident is about a day old, yet you managed to describe it so well.
War of 1971
War of 1971 5 годин тому
Unfortunately this video proves why i may never fly again. The pilots training shined fantastically though. I've flown only twice in my nearly 50 years of life. Utterly terrifying experience for me.each time. I only got back on the plane back home because i didnt have much of a choice or it would have one been once. If i was on this flight i would have likely literally died from a heart attack. Fantastic video. Proves aviation safety is great. But i feel no better about it.
rchandraonline 5 годин тому
If the wind is 360, why are they using 25 and 26? You would think they wouldn't want a crosswind.
zuygj bnsv
zuygj bnsv 5 годин тому
my grandfather was a pilot, and ive loved planes all my life. but even this would scare me lol
stevexNYCperformance 5 годин тому
The pilot should be charge for his screw up.
Boosted Doge
Boosted Doge 5 годин тому
0:17 Imagine the scare the poor bastard who lives in that house got
Zayn 1981
Zayn 1981 5 годин тому
what i don't understand is why are 241 people on-board flying during a middle of pandemic 🤔👎
Naufal Ayudhyaksa
Naufal Ayudhyaksa 5 годин тому
Thank you mr.joe you made me want to be a pilot some alot a peapol say its scary to be a pilot but you male it so simple and ez to under stand To mr.joe my hero
Vijay Shastri
Vijay Shastri 5 годин тому
God bless the pilots and let them have a long life
Juan Romanella
Juan Romanella 5 годин тому
Muy bien relatado
Jen Smith
Jen Smith 6 годин тому
Polarwhisper6 6 годин тому
Roger Clyde
Roger Clyde 6 годин тому
What did the Mechanics miss?
Brandon Richards
Brandon Richards 6 годин тому
Sense everyonr is starting channels claiming to be captains or drs. I'm gonna start a channel that I'm a pimp and do a weed review channel.
Doc-Nobody 6 годин тому
Really scary! I am glad, that nothing more happened!
N.R. Turjo
N.R. Turjo 6 годин тому
Boycott Boeing.
Don Taft
Don Taft 6 годин тому
And, I have heard arrogant shit heads refer to these guys as glorified bus drivers. One was I guy I worked for, for a year. Guy was a real prick. Love to see the average person handle this situation without soiling him, herself.
Musk Reality
Musk Reality 6 годин тому
I could totally see Family Guy creating a funnier version of the ordeal
Matthew Smith
Matthew Smith 6 годин тому
I think it’s poor management
Irate Beau
Irate Beau 6 годин тому
my grandfather was a pilot, and ive loved planes all my life. but even this would scare me lol
Alan Neves
Alan Neves 6 годин тому
Awesome job!
woowooNeedsFaith 6 годин тому
0:31- The audio quality of this is poor. It sounds muffled, not clear. Of course in the aviation the audio is always horrific but it is not a reason to put a similar burden on others...
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