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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Wishing you all the best!
Your "Captain" Joe
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评论

  • Fascinating.

  • How cool was this Captain, yeah I know he's trained for these situations before you start

  • This is what happens when you diversity hire instead of hire on merits.

  • Send for Casey Cassady. She'd know what to do and produce a make up video at the same time. :)

  • Thank you for your excellent explanation.

  • There was a lot learned from United Flight 232 when an engine failure killed the hydraulics on a DC 10 in flight and forced to land in Kansas. The aircraft totally lost control of the flight control surfaces with 183 passengers on board. The pilot and co pilot as well as the engineer flew purely on engines with the plane stuck in a slow left turn. The engine failure in question caused all three hydraulic systems on board the aircraft to fail because of hydraulic line routing. It was a serious design flaw. Thankfully having learned from a disaster that redundancy should have prevented Exemplary pilot skill saved the say considering that most of the passengers survived the impending crash when the jet hit the runway way too fast and with absolutely no brakes whatsoever. It cartwheeled into a nearby corn field and thankfully as I said most of the passengers survived thanks the the skill and cool heads of the cockpit crew! All aircraft are built with redundancy in mind. If one engine dies it will not take out the hydraulic systems of the aircraft causing a catastrophic control failure. In like there is a dual hydraulic system in all twin engine aircraft backed with one driven by the APU, or Auxiliary Power Unit. It is all for the safety of the passengers and people on the ground. The engineering of aircraft has gone through a lot of evolution and in the end pilot skill is what makes or breaks aviation. Thank whatever it is that grants us such skilled and cool headed personnel in times like this!!!

  • I always hear them heavy. Whats the word heavy stands for?

  • My sister was on this exact flight one week prior

  • Amazing to see so many armchair pilots posting their knowledge here. And probably never flew on a plane.

  • Cool video. I don’t fly 😆. Neat to see a detailed explanation is this event. 👍👍

  • Midspan blade failure, post inspections is crucial..

  • Dumb question...what does "heavy" mean?

  • Undoubtedly the best video you’ve ever done. So helpful and well explained, thank you. 👍

  • i never knew there was ever a debate on whether a plane should have 1 pilot or 2... good lord I hope we always have 2 pilots. i mean imagine the only pilot having a heart attack and no one able to fly the plane...

  • Great team effort. This is why it takes so many thousand hours to sit in those cockpit seats, or work ATC.

  • Don't you have to dump fuel to land?

  • Your added explanations make it much more engaging! Very cool.

  • Great video! Clear and concise. Really informative. Putting the complicated terminology into layman's terms without sounding condescending is hard but you really pull it off. Keep up the great work!

  • Great video. You really know your stuff. Found it very interesting and super informative.

  • A little different `checklist philosophy on the ´Bus; taught from day one that "there are no memory items on the checklist." It doesn´t matter how many times you practise ENG OUT in the sim, it really focuses the mind when it happens for real. Very well done to all concerned.

  • Good job!!

  • Wow, what an explanation 😻😻

  • Thank you! We have more respect for our pilots. They did a fantastic job! These pilots reminded us of Sully and his miracle landing in the Hudson. Thank God the engine didn't blow up over the Rockies!

  • Best teamwork

  • One-man cockpits ARE NOT a good idea, you are very right! Hopefully that won't happen.

  • Outstanding breakdown! Thank you for this

  • "Possibly letting passengers to another flight"? Nope. After that I'm taking a boat. 😐

  • Why would they land down wind with max landing fuel

  • Another example why we should be thankful for engineers. These engines are designed to contain most of the spinning mass in a blade off event. The pilot gets the praise in most of these events but without the engineering in our modern world most outcomes would have no happy endings.

  • I couldn't imagine being in any of there shoes. Good thing they had a well experienced pilot. I think people forget these pilots lives are on the line just as much as the passengers and they will do what ever it takes to go home safe.

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  • Great explanation 👍

  • There is no "i" in Team, but there is "EA" in team.

  • Was there a possible bird strike

  • The plain truth is that Boeing main priority is being WOKE now hiring based off of skin color and not talent, skills, not experience. Quality control, manufacturing, and servicing planes is now last priority.

  • Amazing video , thanks! One more subscribed !

  • I heard about this during maintenance pms with air frame mechanics. They said somebody, among the mechanics, tried to sabotage it.

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  • Would the effort to computerise planes try to take over, would this be possible on say an airbus 320?

  • Engine material is the main reason.

  • Some straight up Donnie Darko shit yall

  • 😭

  • Love the composure of the pilot. Great video as always.

  • Good brief Joe, thanks

  • Thank you Captain

  • Hi Captain Joe thank you very much for explaining everything in details, you are fantastic as usual!

  • 1:11 47 hour flight?

  • Great explanation!

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  • 50:50 chance for finding a training video which shows an engine failure of engine no. 2, nailed it.

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  • Great video!

  • A quick question about the runway they landed on please? Why did they select runway 26 when it - and 4 others were only 12,000 feet - instead of selecting 34L/16R which would have given them an extra 4,000 feet being 16,000 feet long? Admittedly, we don't hear what the wind conditions were, but looking at the local conditions on that day, there really didn't seem to be too much of an wind influence no matter which runway, so wouldn't the extra 4,000 feet have been helpful? I know that for myself, I would always select to have extra runway length if the wind speed/direction is not going to be too detrimental a factor....... Which of course raises the question about what is the 'tipping point' for you in commercial aircraft in selecting length of runway over wind speed/direction?

  • Excellent

  • So souls do exist

  • Amazing that (~ 12'12") QNH is given in... inches of Hg! (x100 though == 2966 announcement) Is that also the case (in term of units used) for non-US flights there?

  • That's all right but in the era of clean noiseless audio calls, why are these people still using such bad bad quality comms ?

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  • Clear and to the point

  • Has anyone to be blamed for this accident? Or better, is anyone blamed for the turbine blade breakdown??

  • Thank you Captain Joe for your detail explanation of the incident and the fabulous reactions done by the crew. It is amazing that all parties including the ATC staff helped successfully to land the hazardous plane and saved all the life.

  • Keep two for that very reason you stated. Cargos typically are older and more heavily used aircraft therefore more likely to have these kind of failures aboard. Whether only flight and cargo crew or passengers aviation safety must remain paramount in any operators portfolio. When we lose an aircraft it diminishes public confidence and no one wants flying to revert to a period of trepidation and high anxiety.

  • Very good presentation as each time. Thank you Cpt. Joe. Best regards from Cologne. I follow your reports. D @ N K E.

  • Yes Joe, you're right. There is no "I" in team but it does contain "me"!

  • With computer helping one could say - if the system does not notice by itself - "right engine is on fire" and the system itself runs the checklist. And the computer informs you "we are littlebit heavy for landing, would you like to run the checklist" .. "yes" .. and the machine does itself. The cockpit is full of switches like from the analog era even though it is run fly-by-wire. Yes. It would take time for the AI to be real AI.

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  • The fire extinguisher doesn’t go into the “turbine “ it goes into the engine nacelle, since that had been blown away the extinguisher won’t have any effect. That is why the fire didn’t go out. Otherwise good video.

  • I could only imagine 1 pilot plane flying when technology adavance to full autonomous flying by computer and then the human pilot would play the backup, surveillance and redundancy role in cockpit. And that off cause first in cargo flights rather than others.

  • Requesting my brown pants would be the first on my check list during an engine failure.

  • Very Cool. I've never heard the chatter from an incident like this. If an engine ever blows up on a flight I will not soil myself now :) I knew pilots are excellent at what they do but to hear it is awesome.

  • Same jet engine that cause the second United 777-200 that flew from Hawaii. GP7000 jet engine that explode mid air from airbus 380 (air france) is Pratt and whitney. Looks like Pratt & whitney is losing against GE and Rolls Royce.

  • That was miracle! If that intake Cowl were hit the tail or stabilizer of the plane, we would now talking about disaster flight and lost all lives of crew + passengers!! B777

  • oh god this was an over the ocean flight?.... man... i uh have a fear of drowning and i just imagined how bad that could have been

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  • Meanwhile, the pilot's salary decreased below a half in the past 10-15 years in my country, and yet there is such a huge responsibility.

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  • Excellent.

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  • i can do this

  • Will FAA fine pilot for throwing things out of moving plane and endangerment people on the ground? I mean like they do with 2lb drone pilots?

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  • I really enjoyed your analysis of this failure, it really does a lot to reassure me with the safety of commercial air travel.

  • Brilliant. Brilliant. Brilliant.

  • Captain Joe, is the ATC radio clearer in the aircraft or just as hit and miss like the recordings? I must be getting hold because I loose a lot of diction in the messages.