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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Your "Captain" Joe
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  • Strange Individual
    Strange Individual51 minutt siden

    I know nothing about aircraft but this is still really interesting, He does a good job of making this normally boring topic interesting :)

  • Chuck Becker
    Chuck BeckerTime siden

    GREATEST respect.

  • Rod Smallwood
    Rod SmallwoodTime siden

    That ATC guy was outstanding!

  • ROBERT R Penny
    ROBERT R Penny2 timer siden

    Capt. Joe what do you know about AAL2292 that had the close encounter with UFO over NM?

  • Johann Pröll
    Johann Pröll2 timer siden

    that shows that well trained pilots are indispensable on aircrafts. forget about automatic flown aircrafts.

  • Doug Nicholls
    Doug Nicholls2 timer siden

    They hit birds

  • Doug Nicholls
    Doug Nicholls2 timer siden

    United airlines mustn’t do any maintenance

  • Sean Oberholzer
    Sean Oberholzer2 timer siden

    Oh my God! I live 20 minutes from where the inlet landed! I'd heard about this and seen pictures but didn't know it was so close to me. (BTW it's BRoomfield, not BLoomfield)

  • The Bearded Brother
    The Bearded Brother3 timer siden

    So we're not going to talk about the fact they were headed to Hawaii, and if they'd gotten off the mainland and this had happened they'd be stranded!? 😦

  • DrugTalk 101
    DrugTalk 1014 timer siden

    5:55 they already were close to the mountains intact the engine ring landed right next to the Rocky Mountains in the foothills in BROOMfield not BLOOM LOL 😂 I live around the corner from were the engine ring thing landed! And we’re a 15 min drive from the mountains so a 1-2 min flight

  • Keith Horowitz
    Keith Horowitz4 timer siden

    It was interesting to see the plane fly around to what looked like the furthest runway. I'm not sure it was only checklist as the reason for going that far around. The approach to Denver airport 26 that the pilot took is mostly over fields. All the other approaches have much, much higher population densities. Kudos to the pilot for taking the route in that also considered the lowest potential for ground injury if anything were to get much worse on approach.

  • lostindixie
    lostindixie5 timer siden

    A FedEx plane lost an engine cowling in a Memphis neighborhood, yet it couldn't be found. The wife saw it in the front yard, thought it was something her husband brought home, and dragged it into the garage.

  • Joshua Moore
    Joshua Moore5 timer siden

    They need to make that ring around the main fan blades kevlar, maybe with ceramic and kevlar. A level IV armor ring of Kevlar and ceramic to prevent casualties and extra damage to the aircraft!

  • KellyClarkson3
    KellyClarkson35 timer siden

    The engine shut down checklist is a read from a quick reference card (QRC) NOT from memory. Actions like these require the other pilot to confirm correct lever or switch is being moved, not just a sequence run from memory. The flying pilot would also guard the adjacent controls for "good engine" with hand to prevent pilot running checklist from potentially shutting down wrong motor.

  • Ray Garza
    Ray Garza6 timer siden

    It already happened cuz is 2021

  • gregfox
    gregfox6 timer siden

    War Thunder taught me not to turn into a dead engine

  • Melanie Rogal
    Melanie Rogal6 timer siden

    This was a good explanation until the end "this is why we need a two man cockpit". This is 2021. Women have been pilots for a very long time now. Unlearned comments such as these is why women make up 5% of all pilots, and continues to decrease as we have moved forward in most all other industries except aviation.

  • Bogdan Paul
    Bogdan Paul6 timer siden

    With best wishes as always...

  • D Hann
    D Hann7 timer siden

    As a professional airline pilot for 30 years. Nice video. Well done.

  • Ten Minute Tokyo 2
    Ten Minute Tokyo 27 timer siden

    Boeing, Pratt + Whitney, and Rolls Royce all outsourced to India.

  • Mike Goodell
    Mike Goodell7 timer siden

    excellent explanation- as a Quality Manager/ Engineer/Inspector in aviation for many years, we all do, all of us, put safety first- but Boeing has its work cut out to make everyone feel that way- real quick, especially after the 737 Max total breakdown...

  • zijuiy wttuy
    zijuiy wttuy8 timer siden

    I'm amazed that no one was killed either in the air or ground with heavy items like inlet cowl, fan cowls, TRs, etc

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  • zijuiy wttuy

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    Girls and boys? Is that what flight crew call cabin crew?

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  • The Home Design Mentor
    The Home Design Mentor9 timer siden

    First time I've come across your channel Cap'n Joe; I'm an instant fan, this presentation is awesome! Cheers

  • Quiet Jagung
    Quiet Jagung9 timer siden

    Like button, checked.

  • me
    me10 timer siden

    That’s the moment you should appreciate the training people go through.

  • Jeff Wads
    Jeff Wads11 timer siden

    1.1K people didn't like his tie, I guess.

  • Jay Polas
    Jay Polas12 timer siden

    11:00 multible grammar issues lol

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    tridentmusic12 timer siden

    Possible cause? Didn't buy Rolls Royce.

  • Bob Lewis
    Bob Lewis12 timer siden

    Sorry but I can't resist this ... "No 'i' in Team"!? Err yes there is ... 'Tîm' ... Welsh for 'team' and pronounced the exact same way! Oops! 😱😍😍

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  • Tom Ohba
    Tom Ohba13 timer siden

    Good aircraft!

  • Colin Young
    Colin Young14 timer siden

    Truly illuminating, thanks for the insight.

  • aLex Naturalis
    aLex Naturalis14 timer siden

    I'm very surprised the passengers did not panic after looking out the windows and seeing in horror their engine mangled and in flames.

  • chilitoday
    chilitoday14 timer siden

    This is a great video. Q. How far can the plane fly on one engine, at that speed and altitude? And could not return to the departure airport. Also, Was a fuel dump called for here?

  • bertfella365
    bertfella36514 timer siden

    Awesome summary Joe, and awesome pilots flying!

  • mschmidt62
    mschmidt6215 timer siden

    Girls and boys? Is that what flight crew call cabin crew?

  • Luiz Cunha
    Luiz Cunha15 timer siden

    A seven hours flight time probably does not carry much fuel for a overweight landing. That's why they did not perform jettison fuel...

  • David Northrup
    David Northrup15 timer siden

    After my wife heard about this she said that she didn't want to fly for a while. I told her that this makes me even more confident in air travel. After all a 2 engine plane had one blow apart while still climbing. A time when it still needed power. Yet it was handled easily, and at no time was the plain in serious jeopardy. To me this shows how well trained everyone involved is.

  • M Milo
    M Milo15 timer siden

    I would be so scared of the engine just falling off from burning that much. What would happen in that case? Does the plane lose its balance and stops it from flying stable?

  • Satyajit Ganguly
    Satyajit Ganguly15 timer siden

    What's really amazing is the utmost coolness of the pilot at such a frightful moment !!

  • Tomas Sevilla
    Tomas Sevilla15 timer siden

    Question: Was the plane overweight for landing? Did it realease fuel to lower its weight?

  • Oldplayers
    Oldplayers16 timer siden

    Congratulations. I am Brazilian and I discovered today your channel. You have a clean English, talks slow, and it´s good for our comprehension

  • Craig Forbes
    Craig Forbes16 timer siden

    Why aren't checklists automated?!

  • Carl Cabrera
    Carl Cabrera16 timer siden

    Thanks for explaining this

  • Kurt Cafini
    Kurt Cafini16 timer siden

    Teamwork and professionalism got this baby back down on the ground safely. Great work....

  • GungHo
    GungHo17 timer siden

    Feels good to have two engines.

  • Peter Parker
    Peter Parker17 timer siden

    Did he say Moderate turbulence? I heard "wapwap".

  • Ken-Jeeper
    Ken-Jeeper17 timer siden

    Interesting... i work at Pratt. Seems like these older engines need more frequent inspections.

  • Clark Hull
    Clark Hull17 timer siden

    I hope that they never ever end up having commercial airplanes be drones with the pilots in the ground a pilot really needs to be in the air so that he can monitor the situations have a good day bye-bye

  • saultube44
    saultube4418 timer siden

    Yes, 2 crew is necessary, maybe even 3 to check the systems, really good performance by the pilot, and exellent explanation by you

  • Susan Muraguri
    Susan Muraguri19 timer siden

    Wow!....I love your explanation....so easy for a layman to understand, thank you!....

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  • Mr eakky
    Mr eakky19 timer siden

    I learnt it alot from this thanks you

  • francis kalevera
    francis kalevera19 timer siden

    fantastic

  • Richard Solan
    Richard Solan20 timer siden

    Great explanation, factual and on key. I flew the 777 for 21 years at American as a Line CKA, over 17,000 hrs in type 200-300 great plane. Doodoo happens. Thats why we brief on every Takeoff, plan for an engine failure so there are no surprises. Every landing brief a Go Around that way again, No surprises. Look forward to following you.

  • AcousticTheory
    AcousticTheory20 timer siden

    This is why you cannot have unmanned ATC and autonomous pilotless aircraft with souls on board - people are able to respond to rapidly changing situations and innovate a creative solution to the problem. The cargo is not expendable.

  • ABAREBUGYO
    ABAREBUGYO20 timer siden

    House owner immediately gets on the phone 'Who in the hell made the stupid decision to move here'? Exwife: 'You did'. Click.

  • Tim Francis
    Tim Francis20 timer siden

    Excellent informative show

  • Hugh Jaanus
    Hugh Jaanus21 time siden

    If you tie his hands to his sides, he can't talk.

  • RSRSR 911
    RSRSR 91122 timer siden

    50:50 chance other engine could've failed too! Always felt safer in a 747 1:4 chance

  • Amirul Ariff Anuar
    Amirul Ariff Anuar22 timer siden

    Cap, didnt they needed to dump fuel for the landing weight ?

  • DJ_CodNub
    DJ_CodNub22 timer siden

    Strap a jackhammer to the side and it's a slightly oversized cockring.

  • DJ_CodNub
    DJ_CodNub22 timer siden

    It went boom.

  • Mike B
    Mike B23 timer siden

    Never been patronised so hard with praying hands before... how much do you hate your audience...

  • 堤内徹
    堤内徹23 timer siden

    Bravo Zulu\(^o^)/ How do you say ”Job well done" in German? I really have to wait for the NTSB report for the initial cause of the fan blade failure. Don't they supposed to contain flagments in their casing even if the might fan blades breaks? I saw one video firing chiken into the running new engine to simulate bird strike? Thank you (every time and always) for sharing your video.

  • philiphoughphotography
    philiphoughphotography23 timer siden

    Love this

  • Feamail
    Feamail23 timer siden

    Loved it. Understood most of it even though in dont know sh** :D

  • peter jackson
    peter jacksonDag siden

    Perfect content 👍

  • 2wheelphoto
    2wheelphotoDag siden

    Technology is great until it breaks. Thank God they landed safely.

  • mlouwagie
    mlouwagieDag siden

    these are the only engines boeing built with hollow fan blades..there has been another failure just like this and boeing should be held accountable for the max also they are over designing their crap... sorry had to vent ...... did not watch this video... there done my deed

  • Fity Bux
    Fity BuxDag siden

    My message would be: "We have some fuel on board and zero souls. Sorry, I don't believe in your dogma. We do have some passengers."

  • stephen vale
    stephen valeDag siden

    Considering the engine was still burning upon landing, it is a VERY good thing this did not happen very near the ground (takeoff), or far out over the ocean.

  • slappy0077
    slappy0077Dag siden

    "what more could you ask for" how about your burn that necktie

  • Глеб Ерохин
    Глеб ЕрохинDag siden

    I was listen twice and I didn't heard a fire bell! 4:20

  • Alex Williams
    Alex WilliamsDag siden

    This happened over my town! I heard it explode

  • Hani Jindan
    Hani JindanDag siden

    Very good coverage many thanks for your efforts

  • James Gabriel Garcia
    James Gabriel GarciaDag siden

    Hi Captain Joe I got a question for you is it true that the car is the same thing as a stick shift just like controlling a plane by doing the throttle

  • Josh L
    Josh LDag siden

    Made in USA

  • OCEANBLUE
    OCEANBLUEDag siden

    The engine package done everything it was supposed to do during a fan blade separation.

  • SFC Tapia
    SFC TapiaDag siden

    It's Broomfield, Colorado. Not Bloomfield. Great video I live close by.

  • amos mathai
    amos mathaiDag siden

    Thumps up for the Pilot, Copilot, cabin crew and all the ATC Crews. Amazing story, cannot not believe. God bless them. This will be a second life for most of them. Thank God.

  • Barbara Gordon
    Barbara GordonDag siden

    The Denver Airport is one of the few I am familiar with. I am much more familiar with the old Stapleton. I spent a weekend there during the blizzard of 1982. This was a very interesting video. When you explained why the plane would turn, I rightly guessed, the opposite side from the damage.

  • Moody Creek
    Moody CreekDag siden

    Good summary. I thought captains had four bars though....🤔

  • LilRed Wagon
    LilRed WagonDag siden

    Did this guy ever cover that one passenger jet a couple years ago that landed with its front gear down and perpendicular to the aircraft? Just wondering. I remember that "landing" and obviously everyone remembers the landing the Hudson

  • bullshed58
    bullshed58Dag siden

    I agree with your 2 man cockpit statement. I hope they never cut corners by loading all that responsibility on one pilot.

  • Thomas McIntosh
    Thomas McIntoshDag siden

    Joe, I'm an Airman. Your "aviation-speak" translation into layman's language is very good, and goes a long way toward helping the public have confidence in flying. Nicely done!

  • Joel Lanier
    Joel LanierDag siden

    Great explanation. Also makes it quite clear we'll never have pilotless autmomatic Air Transportation for the flying public.

  • John Kennedy
    John KennedyDag siden

    Thank you Captain Joe for all you do!

  • Khaled Gowaily
    Khaled GowailyDag siden

    What does "Heavy" mean in 328 heavy??

  • Elliot Melloy

    Elliot Melloy

    Dag siden

    It's a US designation meaning the aircraft is 136 tonnes or more.

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  • Andrew
    AndrewDag siden

    Thank you for going through this video. I am sure this was a text book example of what to do. Random thought: Could you do a video in German with english subtitles? I think that would be cool.

  • Erich Hitchcock
    Erich HitchcockDag siden

    I have such a love affair for a Fire Engine, but when it's an Engine Fire, I end the relationship.

  • RogerUSA
    RogerUSADag siden

    A great video, well explained, detailed step by step. Thanks!

  • Mario
    MarioDag siden

    I am still so amazed by pilots and how they understand the radio contact. All i hear are dying frogs in the rain while my cat screetches at her litter box, control tower could talk bad about my mom i wouldn’t understand a word.

  • Mostlyharmless1985

    Mostlyharmless1985

    11 timer siden

    Not a pilot but I do operate ground radios, You usually get your ear worked in to the missing pieces of info, you learn what words go where and can fill them in with context of what you did hear. After a few hours of it your brain just kinda clicks into gear and it just sounds like normal speech.

  • Lisa Wong
    Lisa WongDag siden

    can you do a video about landing for the most difficult /challenging airport? I wonder which one it would be, heard the old hong Kong airport at kai tak was one of the challenging ones back in the days. Bhutan one of them? how would u rank them?

  • Advanced Living
    Advanced LivingDag siden

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