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

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!
    Thank you very much for your time! I hope you enjoy this video!
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    1. Ricardo

      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.

    3. Trace Fisher

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

    4. Sandeep Gokhale

      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

    9. Tim Wang

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

    10. berry sotam

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

    11. Peter Edin

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

    12. MeEncantaKiley

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

    13. An apple

      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

    14. Vincent Russo

      Faith in the process and procedures in place.

    15. Kwasi SB

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

    16. Diks M

      Our very own "air crash investigation"👊

    17. Saadi Kamran

      What a wonderful experience with captions joe's lecture. I really want to study more about piolt

    18. FunRaven

      i wonder why they kept saying heavy 🤔

    19. LegitScoper

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

      1. Don'tSpikeMyDrink

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

      2. LegitScoper

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

      3. Don'tSpikeMyDrink

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

      4. LegitScoper

        @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?

      5. Don'tSpikeMyDrink

        ..... you really are stupid

    20. Stuart Ronald

      Video was almost as good as the landing 😀

    21. Samuel Goldman

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    24. Jesús Alonso

      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.

    25. leviathon2

      “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 :-)

    26. Fly with Magnar

      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.

    27. Ryan Davidson

      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!

    28. Michel V

      Excellent video captain 👨🏽‍✈️

    29. krishnav gupta

      Perfect analysis

    30. krishnav gupta

      What a great video!!

    31. Angel Mascareñas

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

      1. CatBot 007

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

    32. JTK Awesome

      The manufacturer’s training on the fan blade inspection method appears to be at fault: kgup.info/get/fHygmmvLiomhr38/video

    33. The FPV Life

      Back on the day a 747 had a 3 man cockpit. A video on that would be cool.

    34. Anderson santos cruz

      Awesome explanation. I don't know how these guys can talk and understand each other in this "radio". I can't understand them clearly even in my own language.

    35. ilovetotri23

      Awesome Video! Had to be over weight!

    36. Joel Haugaard

      And that right there shows everyone who and WHY that gets the big money. Keeping cool when the big fan out front quits blowing. Bravo ATC also

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    38. BLACK LION

      Thank God and United Airlines for everyone's safety. I feel proud to have worked with this company for one year 😊

    39. Jovan

      Bet one of the items on the checklist would .."change underwear"

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    42. Shashikumar Ganesh

      Great Analysis

    43. Milos Djurovic

      In this kind of situations, when there is emergency, hospitals around the airfield are notified and then they answer how many people they can accept. This is why the atc asks for the souls on board. Great video by the way

    44. Ben Kang

      i am baffled, how we live in 2021 and the planes communication audio quality is still like 30 years ago. is there no way to improve the quality? i mean we have all sorts of digitalized, noise cancellation and whatever technology even in smartphones.

    45. Urban Cyber

      Lmfao seems like majority of all airlines failures and crashes and shit are caused from fucking airlines that are founded and ran out from usa 🤣🤣🤣🤣 like what tf they too damn cheap to maintain/inspection anything to the aircraft after each flight or couple times a month 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

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    47. m.k'm house

      Hail the pilots

    48. J

      Handled very well. I do cringe at US pilots radio phraseology though. It would never pass in Europe. I do honestly think the FAA should be much stricter with ATC phraseology. The FaA/ NTSB classed this an a CONTAINED engine failure 🤦‍♂️🧐🧐🧐

    49. Kai E

      Hello Joe, great video and analysis. Just to comment that while 1&1/2 Fan Blades had separated, we can not be sure it was an UNCONTAINED engine event. This term would only be applicable when there is proof that the Blades left the engine via the inlet. If not, it would be a CONTAINED engine failure. Also the engine blade off test shown at 3:50 did not suffer an uncontained failure.

    50. Merwyn Joseph Alexander 97

      It happened in colorado state

    51. acepilot1

      No I in team, but there is a couple in aviation

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    53. bobbwest

      “Single pilot cockpit on passenger and cargo planes”! Has that even been proposed? If so, I’m shocked, because it goes against the redundent systems philosophy in aviation. I’m no pilot, but have hundreds of thousands of miles as a business passenger. I am a critical care nurse and have volunteered and participated in several over water medical emergencies aboard flights. During these events I was required to communicate complex information in person to the Captain whilst I was attending to my patient (once I actually had three simultaneous, separate patients on a single overwater flight) so he could make critical decisions with regards to his flight plan; eg. “ Do we need to set it down in Greenland, shoot for Heathrow or continue on to Frankfurt?” How could this happen successfully with a single pilot cockpit? The Captain was required to leave the cockpit under another pilots control whilst I reported my findings to the Captain and assisted him with running potential scenarios by providing him with information to permit him to make critical benefit/risk assessments. I simply can’t imagine any scenario that would cause me to entertain the idea of a ”single pilot cockpit” on ANY flight where the wheels are off the tarmac. Please tell me this is not even a consideration in the aviation world?

    54. chuck w

      Thank you for the insight of what happened. Incidents like this is where training by the pilots, crew members and ATC pays off in spades. Kudos to everyone who made a safe landing possible. People can bash United or any other airlines they want but it is the constant training that pilots and others go through when the sh*t hits that fan that counts. I have a friend's husband who is a United pilot and he was also an instructor. Professionals at what they do.

    55. denniskubai

      That was fantastic analysis.

    56. Captain SQ

      The way you tell the story is incredible, detailed and enjoyable at the same time. Keep it coming, great video.

    57. becca robbi

      I was on that plane!

    58. Marvin

      checking list.....yo you’re not Santa clause.. land that shit..

    59. Daniel Feld

      Great video.

    60. Ivaylo Irlichanov

      Great video! Question: How did they land few minutes after takeoff without dumping fuel? And this is a pretty heavy bird with 240 passengers on board ...?

    61. Wallace Okobia

      Pilots are a different breed! ✈️

    62. Cambio Ahora Ya

      Great analysis, Joe, thanks.

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    64. DaddyDankMemes

      I would have had a full panic attack if I was on that plane.

    65. Benoit Vaillancourt

      so if i understand right, no fuel was dropped before landing ?

    66. TheMightyKinkle

      This video just got a shoutout on the Stuff They Don't Want You To Know podcast!

    67. Sean

      Just curious, why didn't the pilot opt to do a 180 and return directly to the runway from which they took off? I understand that the plane can still fly on one engine and the pilot said he wanted time to "run some checklists" but considering the fact that there was an engine fire and they did not know how bad it was, wouldn't it be the best idea to get the plane back on the ground as early as possible anyway?

    68. Ryan Short

      Was just informed of this incident by the pilots father. He is a retired pilot. And is so very proud of his sons professional action. Bravo!!

    69. FORGIVENx19

      Remember when everyone thought that cell phones would cause things like this to happen?

    70. Lester Moran

      Okay thanks captain obvious

    71. R Como

      Can you imagine if this happened mid point over the Pacific? My son and his entire family were on this same flight the day before.

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    73. Weenie Hut Jr's

      Hi Captain Joe. Have you ever been to The Home Depot?

    74. Remrett Gorden

      Speaks like an expert most of us could deduce!

    75. Marko Schneider

      Fantastic Video . Oder mit Deinen Worten 12:10 "Wunderbar" :)

    76. DoukTube

      If only the average passenger knew what is needed for them to fly safely...

    77. Steve Davey

      Thanks for such educational information man..also shown how mentally prepare and alert pilots have to be in situations like these..

    78. Tammy Cox

      Absolutely awesome. Thank you for your dedication and service and teaching us. 🙏⭐️. South Carolina Nurse ❤️

    79. RUSapache

      "Not to worry, we are still flying half a ship"

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    80. Matthew M. Stevick, CFP

      @ 1:12 "47 hour flight" from Denver to Hawaii? I don't follow...?

      1. Matthew M. Stevick, CFP

        @Ceph Al O'Pod That’s much more reasonable than 47 hours.

      2. Ceph Al O'Pod

        "for the seven-hour flight"

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    82. LT1VegaGT

      In situations like this, is there a FOD inspection of the runway before it’s put back into service?

    83. Astrologo Numerologo Torrealba

      Excelente !!! brave brave !!!!! excelente explicación super profesional !!!

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    85. Balasubramaniam Janardhanan

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    87. AeroNevin

      Captain Joe's excellent analysis as always! I avoid getting my window seat anywhere near the engine on airliners. The window seat that would freak me out the most are those on turborpops. Great big blades whirring away just outside, nope nope.

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    92. Glenn Albert

      Why does "Captain" Joe wear First Officer epaulettes??????? Are you even a pilot at all????

      1. Swift Aviator 147

        Yes he is a pilot you can watch an approach video as proof. And he explains why he calls him self captian in his first video.

    93. André LaMotte

      Very good explanation. I've actually flown that exact aircraft and I can tell you that we practice these events all the time in the simulator.. The plane flies well on one engine, and the crew did an amazing job!

    94. miktwalker

      Thank God the pilot narrator was wearing his uniform. 🙄. What a PUTZ!

    95. HITMAN

      thats why i love science and that why i love aviation . The level of coordination and how pilot handles stress is amazing. I wonder what would happened if engine failure occur over Atlantic ocean or pacific ocean?

    96. Hernan Chammah

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    99. theApeShow

      Nice rundown

    100. Joachim Roselio

      why are you still an FO?

      1. Swift Aviator 147

        Because airberlin went bankrupt and he works for a new airline (Cargolux). If you asking why he calls himself captian then watch the first video he made, he explained it there.