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

    Ken-JeeperKen-Jeeper5 tuntia sitten
  • 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

    Clark HullClark Hull5 tuntia sitten
  • Yes, 2 crew is necessary, maybe even 3 to check the systems, really good performance by the pilot, and exellent explanation by you

    saultube44saultube446 tuntia sitten
  • Wow!....I love your explanation....so easy for a layman to understand, thank you!....

    Susan MuraguriSusan Muraguri6 tuntia sitten
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    Antonio S85 Smith874Antonio S85 Smith8747 tuntia sitten
  • I learnt it alot from this thanks you

    Mr eakkyMr eakky7 tuntia sitten
  • fantastic

    francis kaleverafrancis kalevera7 tuntia sitten
  • 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.

    Richard SolanRichard Solan7 tuntia sitten
  • 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.

    AcousticTheoryAcousticTheory8 tuntia sitten
  • House owner immediately gets on the phone 'Who in the hell made the stupid decision to move here'? Exwife: 'You did'. Click.

    ABAREBUGYOABAREBUGYO8 tuntia sitten
  • Excellent informative show

    Tim FrancisTim Francis8 tuntia sitten
  • If you tie his hands to his sides, he can't talk.

    Hugh JaanusHugh Jaanus9 tuntia sitten
  • 50:50 chance other engine could've failed too! Always felt safer in a 747 1:4 chance

    RSRSR 911RSRSR 9119 tuntia sitten
  • Cap, didnt they needed to dump fuel for the landing weight ?

    Amirul Ariff AnuarAmirul Ariff Anuar10 tuntia sitten
  • Strap a jackhammer to the side and it's a slightly oversized cockring.

    DJ_CodNubDJ_CodNub10 tuntia sitten
  • It went boom.

    DJ_CodNubDJ_CodNub10 tuntia sitten
  • Never been patronised so hard with praying hands before... how much do you hate your audience...

    Mike BMike B11 tuntia sitten
  • 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.

    堤内徹堤内徹11 tuntia sitten
  • Love this

    philiphoughphotographyphiliphoughphotography11 tuntia sitten
  • Loved it. Understood most of it even though in dont know sh** :D

    FeamailFeamail11 tuntia sitten
  • Perfect content 👍

    peter jacksonpeter jackson12 tuntia sitten
  • Technology is great until it breaks. Thank God they landed safely.

    2wheelphoto2wheelphoto12 tuntia sitten
  • 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

    mlouwagiemlouwagie14 tuntia sitten
  • 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."

    Fity BuxFity Bux14 tuntia sitten
  • 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.

    stephen valestephen vale15 tuntia sitten
  • "what more could you ask for" how about your burn that necktie

    slappy0077slappy007715 tuntia sitten
  • I was listen twice and I didn't heard a fire bell! 4:20

    Глеб ЕрохинГлеб Ерохин15 tuntia sitten
  • This happened over my town! I heard it explode

    Alex WilliamsAlex Williams16 tuntia sitten
  • Very good coverage many thanks for your efforts

    Hani JindanHani Jindan16 tuntia sitten
  • 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

    James Gabriel GarciaJames Gabriel Garcia16 tuntia sitten
  • Made in USA

    Josh LJosh L17 tuntia sitten
  • The engine package done everything it was supposed to do during a fan blade separation.

    OCEANBLUEOCEANBLUE17 tuntia sitten
  • It's Broomfield, Colorado. Not Bloomfield. Great video I live close by.

    SFC TapiaSFC Tapia17 tuntia sitten
  • 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.

    amos mathaiamos mathai18 tuntia sitten
  • 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.

    Barbara GordonBarbara Gordon18 tuntia sitten
  • Good summary. I thought captains had four bars though....🤔

    Moody CreekMoody Creek18 tuntia sitten
  • 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

    LilRed WagonLilRed Wagon18 tuntia sitten
  • I agree with your 2 man cockpit statement. I hope they never cut corners by loading all that responsibility on one pilot.

    bullshed58bullshed5818 tuntia sitten
  • 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!

    Thomas McIntoshThomas McIntosh18 tuntia sitten
  • Great explanation. Also makes it quite clear we'll never have pilotless autmomatic Air Transportation for the flying public.

    Joel LanierJoel Lanier18 tuntia sitten
  • Thank you Captain Joe for all you do!

    John KennedyJohn Kennedy19 tuntia sitten
  • What does "Heavy" mean in 328 heavy??

    Khaled GowailyKhaled Gowaily19 tuntia sitten
    • It's a US designation meaning the aircraft is 136 tonnes or more.

      Elliot MelloyElliot Melloy14 tuntia sitten
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    M Bot5M Bot519 tuntia sitten
  • 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.

    AndrewAndrew19 tuntia sitten
  • I have such a love affair for a Fire Engine, but when it's an Engine Fire, I end the relationship.

    Erich HitchcockErich Hitchcock20 tuntia sitten
  • A great video, well explained, detailed step by step. Thanks!

    RogerUSARogerUSA20 tuntia sitten
  • 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.

    MarioMario20 tuntia sitten
  • 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?

    Lisa WongLisa Wong21 tunti sitten
  • “Mayday? Johnny, what is it?”

    Advanced LivingAdvanced Living22 tuntia sitten
  • Nice explanation👏👏👏👏

    Jojo techJojo tech22 tuntia sitten
  • Fantastic presentation!

    Dan LayenDan Layen22 tuntia sitten
  • There’s no I in team but there is an M and an E

    AustinAustin22 tuntia sitten
  • people at the beach: kalm they start seeing plane turbine debris: *kalmer and starts filming* the house owners thinking its gonna destroy their house: PANIK the house owners realizing that it landed at their front door: kalm me: the eagle express...

    ARIC YEARIC YE22 tuntia sitten
  • Of course, by the same guys that made the hunk of junk v22's. No surprise there

    Lego LordLego Lord23 tuntia sitten
  • Aren’t captains supposed to have 4 stripes on their shoulders instead of 3?

    Jeff PloetnerJeff Ploetner23 tuntia sitten
  • Wow thank you so much for giving us such a fascinating, infomative and easy-to-understand explanation of that event - you are clearly a true professional. 10/10

    howdan1985howdan1985Päivä sitten
  • Reminds me of the plane scene from Madagascar 2

    TWILIGHT SPARKLETWILIGHT SPARKLEPäivä sitten
  • GE jet engines are apparently as unreliable and troublesome as my brand new GE appliances🤨

    Mike RobertiMike RobertiPäivä sitten
    • Mr Roberti, that was a Pratt, not a GE engine!!

      Niteen MehendaleNiteen Mehendale5 tuntia sitten
  • Very interesting!

    Jamie MichieJamie MichiePäivä sitten
  • I don’t give a shit Do you?

    R RR RPäivä sitten
  • Those pilot were the shit! Thanks guys.

    Mike VincentMike VincentPäivä sitten
  • Have you ever had a water landing

    Fin TobFin TobPäivä sitten
  • Thanks Captain Joe. Great explanation of video. Have always had a great deal of respect for pilots, control towers operators, flight attendants and ground crew. Glad this ended well for everyone involved.

    Papa SinisterPapa SinisterPäivä sitten
  • Great job

    MOHAMMAD ROSHANMOHAMMAD ROSHANPäivä sitten
  • BTW thats a very generic checklist. Ours has a tad more steps and detail.

    Capt Joe777Capt Joe777Päivä sitten
  • Capt Joe is missing a stripe

    Paul WilsonPaul WilsonPäivä sitten
  • I can tell you exactly which checklist we would use. The one that popped on the center crt. The most urgent checklist auto populates folllowed by the less urgent checklist. By the way the one that they first used was the engine failure,severe damage checklist. This guy will make a fine training center pilot. Line pilot? Who knows?

    Capt Joe777Capt Joe777Päivä sitten
  • This is something that will always happen

    Collins CharlesCollins CharlesPäivä sitten
  • Forgive my ignorance Capt. Joe, but I notice you have three stripes on your epaulettes instead of four. I thought Captains had four stripes?

    Felipe ArtistaFelipe ArtistaPäivä sitten
  • Excellent blow by blow account of how the whole incident was dealt with. Take a bow.

    Noel KeaneNoel KeanePäivä sitten
  • Great Analysis... Have a one question... How to deal with the fire engine and Dump fuel... Can we handle both... Is there in some cases obligation to land whiteout dump fuel?

    Lahcen HADJADJ AOULLahcen HADJADJ AOULPäivä sitten
    • Great explanations. Great pilots with cold blood

      CassieCassiePäivä sitten
  • Pilot anuccanment for the passengers on board was something else

    Spider BadSpider BadPäivä sitten
    • @Cassie eh

      Spider BadSpider BadPäivä sitten
    • You have over million subscribers and can’t afford a proper mic?

      CassieCassiePäivä sitten
  • Exeptional as usual!

    Cristiano BriaravaCristiano BriaravaPäivä sitten
  • 47 hours flight from Colorado to Hawaii is not correct at 1:16. Thumbs up enjoyed this great video.

    crystalcrystalPäivä sitten
  • One of your best videos Sir. Excellent break down, amazing, 2 thumbs waaay up!

    CamiloSanchez1979CamiloSanchez1979Päivä sitten
  • BRAVO

    Apostolos LinardisApostolos LinardisPäivä sitten
  • Why did the pilot not have to dump fuel first since they were on an 8 hour flight?

    Ian WellsIan WellsPäivä sitten
  • what an explanation ... like this video so much ....

    ArmanBogel channelArmanBogel channelPäivä sitten
  • Before I entered the aviation industry, I was an apprehensive flyer. Nowadays, I feel safer in an aircraft than I do on the ground.

    K WK WPäivä sitten
  • Thanks for this ..simple but detailed

    Prasen InamdarPrasen InamdarPäivä sitten
  • From a retired airline captain. Just wondering why "Captain Joe" wears First Officer epaulets?

    R GrimR GrimPäivä sitten
  • There is NO 'I' in t e a m (very nice segway, Captain Joe)

    Lawrence ZendlerLawrence ZendlerPäivä sitten
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    Dane NielsonsDane NielsonsPäivä sitten
  • Why are you laying on the floor?

    Michał KowalczykMichał KowalczykPäivä sitten
  • "Non-Normal Checklist" lol. Euphemistic name for Emergency Checklist.

    Matt HMatt HPäivä sitten
  • Have you done a video of United flight 232 ?

    Iza LloydIza LloydPäivä sitten
  • You have over million subscribers and can’t afford a proper mic?

    John SmithJohn SmithPäivä sitten
  • Great explanations. Great pilots with cold blood

    Abel vidana manjarrezAbel vidana manjarrezPäivä sitten
  • Joe, which part of what happened there would be in your opinion impossible to solve in SPO case?

    Stanislav FoltanStanislav FoltanPäivä sitten
  • How the hell the covers were lost.. Hehehe i know vibration but they survive bigger air turbulence than that..

    ker derker derPäivä sitten
  • Good idol

    ballard pjballard pjPäivä sitten
  • Bfr total blame on turbine plates.. Hehehe i would make sure that flanges & o rings & seals were OK tied to specific torque & fresh enough..

    ker derker derPäivä sitten
  • First Officer Joe, the last thing we need in our industry is another pilot speculating on an incident and presenting misinformation. Here are a of the few things you got wrong. 1. Climb thrust after takeoff on a 777, especially out of Denver would be a decrease from a takeoff power, not be an increase. The power reduction takes place at approximately 800 AGL not at 12,500. Hence, your speculation on the nature failure is uninformed. 2. The appropriate checklist and the one used on this flight was the Engine Severe Damage or Separation checklist (L/R). This checklist is specifically designed to isolate the engine, so your speculation about hydraulic failures is also uniformed. Speaking of the engines, they are not numbered 1 and 2, but rather L and R. Now if you can tell us why they are not numbered, you might actually garner some respect from those of us who actually fly the B777 or maybe demonstrate that you have some knowledge of the aircraft. 3. Turning into a bad engine would not be consideration on this flight given their airspeed and energy state at the time of the turn. In fact, on a 777 it would never be a consideration except on a V1 cut and only if you allowed your airspeed to decay below V2. I could go on, but you get my point. Professional pilots do not speculate on the nature of accidents/incidents and they certainly don't do it for self promotion or profit. We allow the actual aviation safety professionals, in this case the NTSB, to do their job and make the determination as to what happened and why. Then we take that information and use it to make our industry safer. All you have done here is provide false information and profited off of an unfortunate event.

    WorldwideflyerWorldwideflyerPäivä sitten
  • Well done video Captain Joe. Hats off to ATC and the United crew for doing exceptional work getting that a/c on the deck with no loss of life. Things could have gone catastrophic at any time. I worked on the flightline for years...seen my share of crippled a/c and hard landings. This crew and ATC did an amazing job

    Chris DIYerChris DIYerPäivä sitten
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    Juan HernandezJuan HernandezPäivä sitten
  • That plane shouldn't be allowed to use same strip.. That strip should be out of service once they learned that last plane using it has problems.. Hehehe there should right away service people checking it for debris or so.. Hehehe remember Concord.. We were to cocky.. I knew right away there was tire blown for some reasons & punctured fuel tanks.. 737 max the first went down.. Hehehe i said right away engineering design flaws.. They should keep fuselage but redesign wings with replacement of engine positioning or smaller engines.. Hehehe no other options.. Computer can't compensate all the time..accordingly.. Hehehe just saying

    ker derker derPäivä sitten
  • When such an event happens do the pilots and crew get a compulsory holiday period to cool off and attend an internal mental health advisor / doctor etc?

    Gigametr1z AndroidGigametr1z AndroidPäivä sitten
  • Great explanation

    Hey ThereHey TherePäivä sitten
  • Malaysia 370 flight.. Hehehe another story.. Wrote to Australian search operators with info that they should check south China sea not the Indian Ocean... Replied thx we won't.. Fixated on .. Did they find it.. Hehehe no but still refusing check my recommendation..

    ker derker derPäivä sitten
  • Maybe there was a thing on the wing.. Like in the movie.

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