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. Bill Thomas

      What would have happened if this happened whilst the aircraft was over the Pacific Ocean, say half way to it's destination? Could have it flown the rest of the way with one engine working and one engine in such a damaged state?

    2. C. Lassard

      Engine go blewy boss!

    3. Pierre Assouad

      Audio is terrible in this video

    4. digimaks

      5:11 - I'm not a pilot nor trained. But from what i heard- when engine fail - you NEVER turn towards failed engine direction. Bad example of that used to happen in Russia several years ago, when young pilot turned the plane towards failed engine - which resulted into the plane to lose speed and go into tailspin fall.

    5. Creative 80

      I think it's a barbeque grill on the plane...

    6. Trey Gilmore

      Very good explanation

    7. George Baltazar

      Very clear explanations good job pilot and Co pilot God Bless

    8. CCJJ Harris

      No flight last 47 hours 🤦🏾‍♂️


      Fascinating,, many thanks for the explanations

    10. ThisIsARubbishName

      Every time I see the picture of the debris ring I am shocked. This is a great job!

    11. Pertinent Prick

      "What happened to the plane". "The engine go boom". Simple.

    12. Cracking_wise_since 1947

      That IS the reason he turned into the live engine. Training kicking in.

    13. Cloud Story

      pamost.info/prom/ma6YnJjbY9amp7Q/v Explained in a great way .....thank you sir

      1. Cloud Story

        I wonder if you can subscribe to my channel . Your an amazing inspiration to those who were trying to be a great pilot.

    14. FQ AMI

      I have a new level of respect for pilots. This is unreal. Amazing analysis.

    15. stupidfish2

      The audio quality is not so great in this video.

    16. SuperLittleTyke

      I will be interested to hear what the investigation pinpoints as the fundamental cause. Metal fatigue? Stress fracture? Lack of sufficient testing at the D & D stages?

    17. Cyba IT

      Amazing job by pilot, crew and atc and I would've had no idea without capt. Joe's brilliant summation. Great job all round (except for the guy that checked the fans of course, he's fired)

    18. Steve Whitehouse

      He couldn't talk without his hands !!!!

    19. Jw Black


    20. Randall Cooper

      Should’ve used more duct tape

    21. Jonas Jr

      Are you ant man from the movie?

    22. Megan B.

      Give this man his fourth stripe already, FAA.

    23. primovid

      Cool...Great job. No perform this same maneuver over the Rocky Mountains or Pacific ocean, where this plane was headed.

    24. Chicken Gaming

      Also a meme on the internet 👌

    25. rke chevy

      Great analysis great channel !!

    26. Vinay Chakraborty

      Boieng is becoming increasingly unsafe. Pratt and Whitney engines too don't have a impressive track record.

    27. Jam Tree


    28. dhouse

      Three days @ 1.5M views for a tech video?....nice work.

    29. pandurang p naik

      Excellent analysis...weldone

    30. TheKaisersemmel

      Great Video! Cudos to the crew of Flight United 328, brilliant job!

    31. Иван Иванович

      Maybe Putin?

    32. Elena Colon

      yes very well understood , the check list tells it All

    33. Mario JT Benedetti

      👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 amazing analysis and explanation

    34. slyowusu99

      Is it right that had the whole engine become detached, the weight imbalance would have made the aircraft uncontrollable?

    35. Shreeja Madhu

      It's like he always keeps saying he won't do any air crash investigation videos and the next thing u know what happend to the United air boeing 777 200

    36. chmv

      Thank you, Joe!

    37. Lloyd V.

      Fantastic explanation! Best source of info on the net.

    38. hyou zan ren

      These day planes Maker can hide bad planes and making it look good(Boeing!) Its not possible to check plane condition with just eye anymore... We need better way to do it now!

    39. Donald Mason

      This is the third failure of this type of Pratt and Witney engine recently!

    40. david attinger

      very good review

    41. John Ellis Thomas

      Thank you. Brilliant explanations.Fantastic aircraft crew. (Must have a guardian Angel somewhere)Also thanks to all ground staff.

    42. MyDreaminOrbit

      Imagine if this event occurred over the pacific, thank goodness that didn't happen.

    43. R-Dizz Automotive

      Contained engine failure, not uncontained, the blade went through the engine not straight out the side.

    44. Norma Bates

      This is why I no longer fly, everything is so slapdash nowadays and everybody can work anywhere regardless of competency due to discrimination bullshit.. So much incompetence these days and all the moronic masses just put up with it.. LMMFAO

    45. Ray Lee

      No more quality?

    46. Marian Solomes

      No one is answering the main question: what if this would have happened 2 hours into the flight, over the pacific? What then? This is the ONLY reason I avoid as much as possible to fly to Hawaii!☹️ even though I love it there!

    47. Blackerden Black

      Fuck dat

    48. Ha Ka

      Wunderbar - made my Day 🤣🤣🤣👌

    49. Hmmm Intresting

      B 17 aces : first time?

    50. Asrat Teshome

      God is good. Only God saved them. Praise to HIm

    51. Ilham Ramadhan

      737 dislike?? is that intentional?

    52. John Snodgrass

      I love you comment about keeping 2 person cockpits. This event and the famous landing on the Hudson clearly show that you need teamwork in failure situations. I'm sure there are plenty more, but these are the ones that come to my mind.

    53. Bob Greene

      Having lived near Stapleton, we know there is only a brief interval to climb to cruise altitude before meeting the front range peaks, with updraft and downdraft situations. With diminishing time adding pressure on the pilot, this scenario was much more dangerous than it might have appeared. Controlling an engine fire is one thing, but holding course while doing checklists made the passenger applause all the more understandable.

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    55. evilborg

      I can't even imagine what the crew and passengers felt at first. The pilots did a awesome job!!

    56. John LaCroix

      WOW AAAAAAAAAAA++++++++++++ again great video I liked it a lot keep up the great work

    57. Samuel Maltry

      This reminds me of QF32. Anyone else?

    58. Smithtn22

      Test you show is of a Rolls Royce blade separation to prove the integrity of the cowling in containing the fan blade and not coming apart itself. Take what you want from that regarding P&W.

    59. Pemako diary

      United is often in news for wrong reasons

    60. Aaron

      *Hey, to you reading*, you are loved in this moment, just as you are, here's how we know: "For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.”

    61. The Ghetto Garage

      It may sound like I’m full of shit but I legitimately watched this engine detonate from 120th and Colorado BLVD. from where I was it was a giant cloud of black smoke and a trail following engine 2

    62. Niki Sawyers

      I would want you flying any plane I was on. I’ve always been deathly afraid of flying but have done it several times. I’ve been on flights that I thought were going DOWN. So glad to know that there’s specific protocol in place that can be followed by checklist. I still have a fear deep down. I feel like I should keep my feet on the ground... but at the same time, the technology is so amazingly intriguing. A little part of me never wants to fly again... but it’s a long boat ride from Philadelphia to Aruba 😅

    63. Housemahn

      Love the presentation 👌

    64. Nathan Sheridan

      I daresay Liberty Mutual will have some new ads featuring the folks with the debris in their yard...

    65. Gary The Fixer

      Overweight plane landing using friction brakes and spoilers only. I’d assume you can’t thrust reverse a single lateral engine. Brakes were probably damn near on fire.

    66. Aditya Bose

      Hey Mr. Joe! Could you tell what are the different types of towers a pilot need to contact during his/her flight?

    67. TEKNO

      I think I am more amazed of that pickup truck not getting hit by that metal engine ring (whatever you wanna call it) than the plane being able to land safely. Just imagine the chances of that pickup not getting hit.

    68. Puru Date

      Thanks for educating us

    69. James Cann

      Big deal. (being sarcastic here) What if there was a turbine disk failure. That would be orders of magnitude higher of an issue. Cowling round the fan is designed for blades coming loose. You loose light weight items, soft items come off the nacelle and all looks dramatic, then you can come back and land on one engine. But turbine disks and areas around them, that's high energy areas. That can take out a lot more. RR had a spate of those a while back, taking out sections of the wing. RR has made some good improvements there.

    70. Bhavesh Tawde

      Flyhigh captain joe😎👍👍👍

    71. Daval Ddert

      These plane mishaps have been happening way too often in the past decade or less

    72. Bob Livingston

      Engine out procedure off that runway is a left turn.That is why he turned left.

    73. Pakesh De

      The amazing thing about the whole incident is everyone was calm. From camera guy no shaking/screaming/shaking to the pilot going through the lists to the tower staff talking them down. Seriously nice to see and hear pros at work.

    74. Shushil Chand

      Who is more important: a medical doctor or a pilot?

    75. Jacob Zepeda

      Great video.

    76. Tony Andraza

      Hey Captain, at about 4:31 in your video, the pilot can be heard reporting the engine failure and requesting an immediate turn. There is a brief exchange with the tower and they agree to an immediate left turn. I suppose it may be pedantic but it seems to me that the pilot could have expressed the desire for the left turn in the initial request. What do you think? I wonder because in other circumstances, would the plane and tower not be better served with all necessary details in the initial request rather than back and forth? In some cases, the details may be much more elaborate than simply 'left turn'. (at least, as a layman I would imagine could be the case)

    77. bluesmokerH1

      Glad this was not a jet engine meme!

    78. Pav Banga

      Excellent .. just superb

    79. Sammy Vukovic

      Can we clap for the guy that was recording the engine with out shaking the phone

    80. Charles Diekmann

      What a great video on what went on behind the scene on the engine failure and landing of the plane. That was a great insight. I’m also truly amazed on how calm the pilot was during the whole incident.

    81. aickiy

      Nicely explained, Super. Thank you

    82. hgodtx

      1:12 Did he just say 47 hour flight? Isn't that enough time to circle the globe twice?

    83. Carl

      The engine has blown to shreds. Do they need to check the checklist. lol Just land already :-)

    84. Cringler Miller

      Its broomfield bub

    85. patrick hufford

      Its called flutter, and corporate greed trying to screw the unionized labor.

    86. Harris Vines

      This accident is a certified OH HEELLL NOOOOO

    87. wezdog1

      It was not uncontained. The kevlar containment belt was not damaged. The damage to the fuse was likely from the nacelle departure.

    88. yuitr loing

      situation and could easily fly back and land safely. That is very reassuring even if it is a scary event.

    89. Daniel Plainview

      So much for the notion of the autonomous plane concept

    90. Tau Cetus

      Great analysis. I thought the fire visible in the exposed compressor section of the engine contributed to engine fan blades spinning.

    91. MrKeldar00

      Enjoyed this,. Thank you!

      1. yuitr loing


    92. J F

      This guy is a fraud. The pilots do not increase power at 10,000 ft. They lower the nose. The engines are already at climb thrust.

    93. Mahesh Yadav

      Youre putting on winter fat

    94. Fraz Ahmad

      Why can't there be 4 engines, 2 just in case one fails on either side? It might be a dumb question but I always wonder why not.

    95. millionmiler.club

      Would CRM be applied here and just the first officer to help or would the pilot request additional crew help?

    96. phil pellerito

      Excellent video well done!

    97. Fjon

      I feel sorry for the person that had to clean all of the passengers seats 😳

    98. laudanum669

      What would have geen the outcome if this happened half way to Hawaii over the Pacific?

    99. Bernd Lorenz


    100. LexCheung

      Captain smurf