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

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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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  • This video shows how safe aviation is, one pilot is fixing a problem and another is keeping the aircraft flying ✈️

  • The 777 is a very handsome aircraft.

  • Wheres the follow up?

  • I love your logo

  • Great video, excellent !

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  • Yet another excellent and informative video... Just another reason I subscribe

  • what about landing with 2 broken engine in Russia? uzfire.info/camera/video/foDLp4qUqMB2iIs

  • Have you heard of the new laser beam deflector eyeglasses made for pilots called MetaAir? I wonder if they actually work as they show.

  • Plane engine: kaboom? Plane: yes Rico kaboom

  • with a still burning engine I am surprised the aircraft was not evacuated via the emergency chutes on the non-fire side . Notwithstanding that observation, well handled, well done.

  • Soo good!! This gives me so much inspiration to begin my next airline stage!

  • Question: do you have a video that explains runway designation? Enjoy your work.

    • He does. Here's a link to it: uzfire.info/camera/video/fW-SZHaEwremeoM

  • Wonderful and clear explanation for a flying non-professional!!!!

  • Awesome explaination. So glad I found this channel.

  • The cowling clearly came off, but why did it look like the entire nacelle was off? Was that just video to show the fan blades? I need to sleep. Lol

  • Great job to the pilots and atc.

  • Closed caption still not exactly correct with what you were saying. Should be reviewed by a pilot before put with video

  • When will VASAviation learn to do spellchecks?

  • Captain Joe how about this Jet Blue Landing gear problems

  • Imagine sitting out there, having a bud, suddenly this happens.. next to you

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  • idiots fly

  • 10:59 ahve? Lol 😂 great typo

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  • Learned so much in a whole video

  • cant we build a plane catcher with a load of bunjees or we can have a parachute on every chair that all slide out the back of the plane that way if one or 2 die its not that bad.

  • imagine taking a smoke break and plane parts fall on your door. wow

  • The GP7200 on the A380 is pratt and whitney too right? It should get inspected too!

  • Lovely!

  • Tks for explaining what majors to be taken when in distressed

  • How was reverse thrust applied if any?

  • Lets face one fact .. let it be a ship or a plane .. the paperwork is WAY too much.

  • Imagine if this was a smaller airport with 1 or 2 runways

  • Why no fuel dumping?


  • In his intro his name is captain Joe but he is a first officer

  • U r awsm sir

  • Are airplane engines no longer designed to break off safely when vibrations become too great?

  • Amazing breakdown and explanation as always, Cap

  • Imagine being on the flight as a passenger. They take you off that plane then try to put you on another plane. After witnessing that I'd be like nvm maybe I don't need a vacation.😐

  • Appreciate the training that allows 2 people who may never have flown together to work flawlessly and bring about a safe result.

  • - what is the _worst_ stretch of ocean this could have occurred over (i.e., the furthest from any emergency commercial or private landing strips)?

  • Composite fan blades are rubbish.

    • ​@GNranger So titanium must be rubbish too. Thank you for your explanation.

    • Yeah that's why this titanium fan blade sheared off...

  • Turning over a dead engine means what?.. in this case left turn ?

  • 13th avenue?...

  • 6:03 auctioneer mode engaged

  • Kudosssss to every person involved in this saving of the aircraft! Prime example of how PROPER training and preparation pays off!!

  • Wunderbar

  • Great vid capt joe!

  • Around east Texas, we’d just think, “damn you NASA.”

  • I think the single most important question arising from this situation is whether the captain's shoes were laced left over right or laced right over left. :P

  • Yes two are better than one

  • Ur simply mind-blowing Joe..Yet another beautiful explanation .Hats off to u

  • Thresher. A passenger aircraft must have at least three engines, not two.

  • Are other takeoffs/landings reduced while the Mayday aircraft is circling and approaching?

  • She is a good girl.thats why the pilots were able to land her.very good girl.🤣🤣

  • Basically turbine engine failure could of been a bearing. The pilot pulled the t-handle shutting off air, fuel, hydraulics. All and engine is a tube within a tube. It shreads the compressor blades apart that’s why it wobbles like that. The vibration cracked the engine cases in half. Engine damage is beyond repair. Millions gone. USAF turbine engine specialist and electrician 12 years.

  • great explanation of the event - I showed my wife this also - good job

  • Pilots must have balls like this.

  • Congrats. Great video and explanations. Data Analysis (FOQA) will contribute for a better understanding in this incident/accident.

  • Well done 👍🏻 captain

  • This happened over my home town

  • Do KLM anchorage quad engine out analysis please

  • I think there's video from the fire rigs on this plane?? They had a tough time putting the engine fire out. They'd totally put it out but it would start up again. There were 4-5 trucks working on that engine, pretty impressive.

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  • I used to think if engine catches fire it's game over for pilot

  • Wasting time on check list may have lead to engine blast taking down whole wings could have endangered everybody lives.

  • Great video! Appreciate the great explanation

  • Badass crew! Well done! You too Capt Joe

  • thanks for the video , i really enjoyed you perspective of it.

  • Thank you for the video. Good Job.💯💯💯

  • To be on board a 777 with that? would be terrifying. I always wonder about that flying across the ocean at night. "Oh that could never happen" I'd think to myself. "thats silly, these planes fly all over Houston Honolulu Chicago Denver LosAngeles Honolulu Guam" I'd further reassure myself, that theres nothing to be concerned about.

  • WOW, Fantastic job from the crew! Glad everyone was alright.

  • Kudos to super cool pilots and ATC for an Text book kind of handling of this emergency situation. Such situation should be included in various curriculum that teach disaster management. And Captain Joe you are fabulous as usual your applied knowledge and analysis. Brilliant handling of situation and video.

  • And trigana air has crash landing at runway but the plane was carrying covid 19 vaccine and the 2 pilot survive

  • and the black box destroyed

  • And srijawa air 737 crash at the ocean no survivor

  • I live on indonesia

  • is there any reason the engine on the right hand side is numbered 2?

  • My auntie was in the airplane trying to go to Hawaii but their engine broke

  • I thought all engines had to contain failures like this before certification.

    • The they do and this was a contained engine failure. As the broken blades did not escape through case.

  • Wow good thing that didn’t happen 3 or 4 hours later

  • I can't believe this, I went on this plane 8 years ago bruhhhhhhhhh I have a picture of the plane code thing at the side of it which is the exact same as the one in the video bruh

  • Faith in the process and procedures in place.

  • So it's kinda like the pilots didnt see the fan blade damage during the walk around?

  • Our very own "air crash investigation"👊

  • i wonder why they kept saying heavy 🤔

  • "Wunderbar" was unexpected, but used right, and pronounced right.

    • @LegitScoper because you made a comment that is oblivious, nothing more. good day

    • @Don'tSpikeMyDrink so why did you insult me even in the first place ?

    • @LegitScoper why are you trying to mock me for my english? And yeah, of course he pronounces it right.

    • @Don'tSpikeMyDrink yes, i am "really are stupid" (10/10 English grammar) because i as GERMAN say the "Wunderbar" was pronounced right. As German, you know... the Language i speak since 22 Year. Also halt deine dumme schnauze, was willst du eigentlich?

    • ..... you really are stupid

  • Video was almost as good as the landing 😀

  • For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life. John 3:16 KJV, Jesus Christ is the only way...

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  • Awesome video! Great job! As a flight engineer, I'm your fan and I vindicate how safe aviation is. Things are simple... when people knows how to do their job.

  • “extinguishing detergent” lol..... “the engine’s f*cked but, man, it looks good” Sorry, I know English isn’t your first language but I couldn’t resist :-)

  • I totally agree that we need two pilots in the cockpit. Just one comment about the crew's decision to turn left: This was the single-engine procedure the crew briefed before departure. And that's why the pilot could answer ATC so quickly. If engine #1 had failed, they still would have turned to the left. - It doesn't matter which way you turn, as long as you fly at a safe speed. Bob Hoover.

  • Great analysis... the only thing, in America, we don't call them a "Fire Brigade," we refer to them as a Fire Department. Great work by the pilot and FO!

  • Excellent video captain 👨🏽‍✈️

  • Perfect analysis

  • What a great video!!

  • Are the brakes enough to fully stop the plane? I'd imagine reverse thrust would make it yaw

    • the brakes are very capable of stopping a plane very fast by themselves , they might have be changed but its better than an overun