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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    1. Tycoon Titian01

      Personally im glad that nobody was hurt and the engine did not fall off

    2. javier cabrera

      What was that? -Another Amazon drone delivery...

    3. Ricky Tenderkiss

      I flew a lot both as a child and as a young adult, usually 4 to 6 flights a year with my family, including the odd incident here and there, a few rough flights, one very rough landing, and one engine failure on what was either a 727 or a DC-10, landing in Miami and greeted by emergency crews, but mostly completely uneventfully… which has led me to believe I’m overdue for something bad, and 03:52 to 04:08 just convinced me to never fly commercially again. 😕

    4. traveller 1ah20

      Aircraft pilots are the most perfect person, Physically, Mentally and Spiritually, that’s why they are number 1 big earner..

    5. traveller 1ah20

      Nice Captain Joe

    6. Sharad Shah

      did the ground engineers bother to do any checks?

    7. Anand Tewani

      After watching tons of videos of Captain Joe Ever should I face this similar situation I'd be like : step aside peasants, my time has come😎. Imma fly this bitch to our destination with single engine.

    8. Adrian Nel

      Hello Joe. If this is a stupid question, forgive me ... biete. I don't understand how you / ATC could regard one particular runway at a given airport as being "the closest" when they are all within a (relatively) short distance of each other (with obvious exceptions like the 'giant' aerodromes (Riyad's King Khalid and Chicago's O'hare spring to mind). Surely its a question of whichever glide slope is easiest (given the control ability of the emergency aircraft) to acquire [plus of course the length of the runway and wind direction being factors]

    9. Shubhomoy Mukherjee

      Awesome video, very informative

    10. H.

      The real MVP is old mate who filmed from inside the plane in landscape mode.

    11. Lanre Shadeko

      great analysis

    12. Bob Pearce

      Why is there 631 dislikes? It was a very well made and informative video.

    13. Richard Petit

      Wonderful video, cristal clear explanations ! Thank you.

    14. Michael Rochelle

      What issues do pilots incur when making a turn with a dead engine, considering they are already having to apply excess yaw and aileron pressures to allow for the dead engine..

    15. Jennie Brinker

      That pilot dont know shit

    16. Yuri V

      Rather fortunate this happened still within the vicinity of the airport. Imagine the engine going kaboom in the middle of the Pacific.

    17. swissmochaj

      I was wondering if they could land with a full fuel load or if they had to jettison fuel to make a safe landing weight.

    18. NeverendingindnereveN

      lol...it seems you aviation youtubers bring this as soon as you can! Or do you have a hot line (with Mentour Pilot and 74 Crew to mention a few :)

    19. Dean Green

      I wonder who was the first person in ATC to say "I knew this was the wrong day to quit sniffing glue"

    20. 747jumbojet

      Why did they not need to dump fuel???

    21. D.b Cooper

      Skyjackagears

    22. J Shepard

      3:07 Fun fact: The engine diameter on a 777 is almost as big as the fuselage on a 737.

    23. johnnyboy2459

      The day this happens to a politically employed female pilot, is the day im proven right about women being hysterical in life threatening situations

    24. Bobby MKD

      Amazingness! 💫

    25. Stephen Smith

      If I was still a lecturer in Organisational Sociology this vid would be the best illustration I know of three concepts 1) The Hierarchical Thought Style which reasons that Expertise and the Following of Enlightened Rules is appropriate in the addressing of Deviance (in this case an engine failure). There are three other forms of reasoning but these are of secondary importance or irrelevant to the problem at hand here. I recommend 'Grid-Group Cultural Theory, especially as described by Michael Thompson in this regard. There is a reason why flight is heavily Regulated! 2) Emotional Labour. The Cabin Crew's efforts to affect the feelings of other prevented panic on board. My best guess is that the Emotional Labour they provided was 'deep acted' rather than 'surface acted'. The Flight Controller also performed Emotional Labour by offering calm reassurance to the Flight Deck that everything was in hand. There is a great literature on Emotional Labor initiated by Arlie Hochschild 3) Trial and Error and Error Elimination. Air safety is extraordinarily high because an institutionalised system of error investigation has evolved to learn from mistakes. The Rules are in a state of modification in the light of experiences, especially negative experiences (including crashes of course). These processes are exhaustive and time consuming and cover all actors, including of course engine manufacturers. The idea that to qualify as scientific, a hypothesis should be capable, in principle, of being proved wrong (falsified) is as old as civilisation but was explored in most depth by the philosopher Karl Popper, notably in his book Conjectures and Refutations. Of course, you make the point about 'over training' very well as is your emphasis that aircraft safety is a team accomplishment. Exactly right. Thank you for your wonderful vid and of course to every actor who (or which) contributes to the safety of passengers. As I write these comments, I wish I was back in the classroom with my wonderful students at Brunel University, UK!

    26. Jack Kibui

      Hi Captain Joe. Great analysis. 2 questions though. Why did the pilots not damp the fuel? I imagine that the plane must have been too heavy to land and also the risk of too much fuel when doing an emergency landing. Question 2: Why was the Cap using the word "heavy" when referring to the plane? What does "heavy mean"?

    27. J Shepard

      Considering it happened on United, did the airline allow the passengers to evacuate themselves, or did they drag them off?

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    29. GoArtist

      Captain Sullenberger is still the best

    30. Lew Hunt

      Ah, now I understand (a bit), excellent, thanks

    31. Jay Cho

      After that might take the bus for the rest of my life and boat. Bus and boat...

    32. RodCornholio

      I'd be checking my underwear.

    33. Kiran Kumar

      no I in the team !!!!

    34. latif khan

      Wow!!! you are just amazing👏. As long as cpt Joe you are the trainer wants me to become a pilot at a young age of 59 😀 enroll me please.

    35. Pilot_Marvin

      They did a great job, this is why I also love aviation, du to the teamwork on board. I enjoyed that video, thanks Joe. I wish you always happy landings and blue skys.

    36. Steve Blaugh

      I can't help but wonder, now that there have been several incidents of fan blades breaking, especially under the tremendous RPM at which they spin, the thermodynamic shock, heavy usage and resultant metal fatigue they undergo, if it wouldn't make more sense than to periodically swap out the fan disk assembly including the intact blades, rather than run them to the proverbial hilt and try to find such a needle in such a hay stack, especially since one broken or even loose blade nearly always breaks off, ruins the engine and often becomes shrapnel that leaves the enclosure and at such high speeds busts right through the window and/or punctures the skin as we saw with the recent Southwest flight where a woman got sucked half way out and died of hypothermia and the other incident where a Delta flight was on the runway and the blades became shrapnel once more, left the engine assembly, penetrated the fuselage and killed a couple of passengers? It may cost the airline time and money but as a corporation they can often as not write off the maintenance expense as operating costs or capital improvement? Trying to find a small crack or determining whether the engine caused the blade to break or the blade(s) caused the engine to fail seems a lot more difficult and risky and a much smarter and safer approach than hoping moving parts like these last forever-it seems these fan blades, rotors and disks should be on such a maintenance schedule as a preventative measure. This Broomfield, CO. case is starting to look like it will be on the airline. Boeing who made the jet and Pratt and Whitney who made the engines made a safe product and if it were not so would not have been flown so many flights which are hundreds per year if I heard correctly. Thank goodness everyone made it back on the ground alive and of course huge props (the ones that stay attached to a fixed wing) to the flight crew who reacted quickly and made a textbook landing!

    37. Brian Given

      You got yourself a new subscriber here. Amazing detail in this video, sir!!

    38. Gary Smith

      What happened.......Well obviously a major fucking malfunction ass hole.

    39. Jon Joe

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    40. Luis Laria

      Good comments of you Joe, spetially that about "we are far away from single pilot cockpits", that is true. For all rest, just to mention we pilots are not heroes, just highly skilled professionals executing our job. And to finish, a joke (or I burst) is it now BOEING meaning "Bits Of Engine In Neighbour´s Gardens ?" hahahahahahaha!!! Congrats to the crew.

    41. positively_broad_st

      "Other than that, did you enjoy your flight?"

    42. zeze rubio

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    43. goodtalker

      Bravo Captain and First Officer of UAL 328

    44. · HigoChumbo ·

      3:24 & 8:36 That is terrifying

    45. i can has like

      Wow. I love that you’re so on top of current event. Great video. I only have this to say about the Boeing 777, it’s a shitty plane. I flew with my parents to Hong Kong in 2016 and I swear if the plane didn’t dropped off the sky, I would have been killed with flying luggages. Every time we hit turbulence, all the luggage compartments would popped open and shit are everywhere. I won’t named the airline, but Boeing 777 is a shit plane.

    46. ViswaNath GummaRaju

      Joe, when one engine fails of two, does not the plane drag to one side? I guess with four engines, two on each side, if one engine fails, if the other matching engine can be killed and keep the thrust uniform on both sides, yes? pl clarify how the pilots managed to fly the plane with control? VishG

    47. Jim Smith

      They never did offer fuel and souls. Also surprised wind direction and speed was never mentioned. Though it was assumed that landing in the same direction as takeoff would offer best choice, sometimes airports don't change runways when wind conditions do.

    48. The Nobody

      Im not i pilot and i don't know what “heavy" means and i haven't payed attention. Wait no i know what heavy means The pilots balls

    49. Justin Farrugia

      Wow perfect explanation Captain, but from my side in this situation on a mayday call, I would prefer to land the 777 in a go around and use the same runway if approved by the tower. Due two things could happen in few seconds vibrations could be worse and passengers could have a panic attach. If the results after the tower requested if he wanted to land immediately and he refused as he had to do the check list, investigation could be different from applause the Captain onboard.

    50. Margaret Mathis

      Thank you! I was curious at what point the pilots knew the actual status if the engine.

    51. Agalisme

      A Boeing 777 failure *Airbus viewers also watch this channel*

    52. Ajitab

      Is this the same plane in which a worker had put a duck tape on the engine as seen in many insta memes

    53. karekarenz

      Would love to know what ATC does with any incoming planes in an emergency like this. The outgoing planes can wait, but what if there's 4 or 5 incoming planes? Where do they go?

      1. Seth Kimmel

        Parking orbit or a divert if bingo fuel...

    54. Codger

      Thousands of redundant airline pilots with nothing better to do but make useless YT videos....

    55. StuartOTV

      I felt like crying. There are so many brilliant people in the world doing absolutely mind bogglingly brilliant things every day, and all we ever hear about is idiots and politicians and murderers. Thank you Captain Joe. And thank you to all his ‘colleagues’!

    56. happy day

      People Who live in that house where really lucky..

    57. Berth Ljunggren

      That engine is fine, some paint and duct tape and it will be in service again :)

    58. Russian Severe Videos

      Looking extra blue today Joe. I was wondering if they set the throttle to idle and cut off the fuel to the affected engine, as well as engaging the fire supressing system why did it seem that the engine kept on being on fire mostly all the way down?

    59. pippo702

      Very interesting! Thank you!

    60. Carl Yelland

      An unrequested separate fan blade surplus.

    61. Aj Sutherland _comedian_

      I would of already shit!!! My pants 10times already lol .. seeing my life is only one engine away 😅

    62. Elbert Hitipeuw

      I hope you say "Luckily, no one was injured" next time.

    63. Abhijeet Sharma

      Nice

    64. the commenter

      That "Mayday" with the disco beat makes it sound very Euro Dark Synth Techno music.

    65. Richard M

      Nice break down.

    66. MrPalaad

      Good job Captain

    67. yoyo762

      I'm surprised that they did not need a fuel dump to lighten the weight. Probably didn't have a opportunity to do so.

    68. sirfer6969

      This was super-interesting, thank you =)

    69. Siva om

      Can’t the pilot cut off fuel? So the engine shuts down?

    70. Greg LaPlante

      The brits say fire brigade we say fire department .

    71. turkfiles

      Thank you, Joe. Awesome job of taking us step by step through the process that the pilots and ATC performed. Hats off to the pilots, crew and ATC for a job well done!👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻

    72. Greg LaPlante

      Just think if your looking out your window at a burning engine.

    73. Greg LaPlante

      I put away about five bottles of vodka on that flight while that was happing

    74. Connie Cooley

      As always I love your channel. I saw the picture of airplane parts early today and you nailed it sooner than later. I got a lot more information from you than the news. Thank you for sharing your knowledge.

    75. Ligma Balls

      Consider protecting yourself from inflation and buying some silver. #WallStreetSilver subreddit (this is not financial advice)

    76. Amanda Stubbs

      Excellent video, Captain Joe. I am a low-hours student pilot and the first thing my instructor told me about was checklists. He is a retired commercial pilot, has flown all over the world, and we do every check before every flight. I had to know and perform the airborne checklists from memory by my third lesson! Flying is amazing - taking time to check everything is working correctly before take off is all part of the relationship with your aircraft, as is giving it a little pat and saying 'thank you' when you land :) (don't tell my instructor about that last bit!)

    77. Nick Cohen

      Rumours from pilots say that the turbine blades are made from cheaper materials .

    78. uncle skeeter

      Good job! Are the airlines actually considering ONE man cockpits? WTF! That's stupid.

    79. peter8488

      This is why I don't fly anymore.

    80. ocsrc

      How do you think the passengers watching the plane go up in flames felt

    81. ocsrc

      If parts of the aircraft fall on your house you get to keep those parts

    82. Kosm _

      This is premium content 👌

    83. ocsrc

      Ladies and Gentlemen, if you look out the right side of the aircraft you will see the aircraft falling apart from lack of maintenance. Don't worry, we will be joining the parts that are on the ground shortly as we fall out of the sky. Thank you for flying Delta

    84. Oggy Cat

      12:10 "Wunderbar" are you german?

    85. Gerardo Salazar

      I’m sorry to disagree with the explanation because Fire Eng checklist would be inappropriate to use and instead the Flight Deck Crew must call for the Eng Svr Damage/Sep L, R, that covers this situation; how do you know it is severe damage and not a simple fire? Easy, with the engine cowling gone and with exposed pieces of metal protruding the smooth airflow over the wing will be extremely distorted and the aircraft will develop severe vibration so this specific checklist directs you to slow down until vibration disappears or at least gets noticeable lower and then land at the nearest suitable airport.

    86. Glenn Quagmire

      What a great illustration of doing things by the book and having a great tower to work with lets a pilot handle a problem without it turning into a tragedy. My initial feeling is that the NTSB will find an item was ignored or not properly maintained by the mechanics who are overworked and over stressed because of conditions at the airline company's working environment. The industry is short on great mechanics and they underpay and overwork them trying to save costs. I am not saying this WAS the cause of the engine failure. If I were a betting man, that is my line of thinking knowing what current conditions exist at the major airlines these days. The ground support for these planes by the airlines has never been slimmer in the past 50 years and that is why I am making such bold and irresponsible premature guesses. More qualified mechanics and more shop supervisors are needed. I get nervous even flying Quanta and SWA these days and they have the best records in the industry.

    87. CaugustusW

      Cant wait for the first F-ing woke left to file their law suit because of their emotional trauma.

    88. SpeedRider

      lol image turn to your window and think hu did not know the flame out like out XD

    89. Simon Byrd

      "Hollow fan blades, which are unique to the Pratt and Whitney 4000." There's yer problem.

    90. Rockstar YouTuber

      0:22 captain joe smiling telling his perspective

    91. crewcutter2030

      Seems United does not only beat up their passengers but also their airplanes.

    92. Threshold Shift Entertainment

      Being that gingers don’t have souls, are they accounted for in the soul count? Kidding of course

    93. The Messenger

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    94. St. Devil

      God! It sounds like the ATC was in a greater emergency, what's with that rushed communication?

    95. GERARDO DANIEL FIGUEROA HERNANDEZ

      Excelente su análisis!!!

    96. Augusto Lugo

      Thanks Captain Joe for this video, you explained everything so well, it is nice to have a professional in charge of the plane, same goes for the crew and the airport controller. Awesome job.

    97. byronpaul19

      F all that crap and checklists after checklists; get that bitch on the ground!

    98. FG TEEV

      Fake

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      Fake

    100. Andy Kimbel

      Wonderful presentation.. Thank you ( Former PIlot)....