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!
Thank you very much for your time! I hope you enjoy this video!
Wishing you all the best!
Your "Captain" Joe
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  • Excellent video

    Bruce DevilleBruce Deville3 секундын өмнө
  • Great job, nice analysis!

    Tiago FlankerTiago FlankerМинутын өмнө
  • Those pilots deserve a raise

    Terry PiTerry Pi2 минутын өмнө
  • I really enjoyed your candor on this matter. I was an emergency firefighter with the New Zealand Airforce and you are right its definitely a team effort, 10/10

    Guy PriorGuy Prior4 минутын өмнө
  • Salute from a Harrier Jump Jet guy....... Friendly tone, clear insights, systemic review, inspiring approach. Thank you Capt Joe.

    BubblesPothowariBubblesPothowari4 минутын өмнө
  • I was on the tower radio for USAIR in Dec 1987 in Philadelphia when Flt*225 a Boing 737_200 series PHYSICALLY lost an engine at about 5000ft during takeoff. The engine landed in Depford NJ. The Plane RTF without any injuries. What I learned is the engine broke loose from the rear mount and accelerated up over the wing because it was under takeoff power. The WHOLE engine went over the wing and lightly and clipped the rudder. Could of been horrible but those Vietnam era pilots were well trained. Link to story www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-1987-12-06-mn-27120-story.html

    Mr DangerMr Danger5 минутын өмнө
  • My brother is a United Airlines Captain and this video shows why he is deservedly proud of his airline. Captain Joe did a fine job highlighting the professionalism of this cockpit and cabin crew, and the air traffic control team supporting them during this inflight emergency.

    Mike MazzolaMike Mazzola13 минутын өмнө
  • Missed cracked fan blade, same thing happened to SW air in 2017.

    fdsafdsa fdsafdsafdsafdsafdsa fdsafdsafdsa18 минутын өмнө
  • Thanks for the breakdown.

    cooper jacksoncooper jackson22 минутын өмнө
  • Stop speeding

    Richard HassonRichard Hasson23 минутын өмнө
  • Why they didn't evacuate if there was fire? Why did the engine explode?

    Jestem SobaJestem Soba25 минутын өмнө
  • First Officer Joe (NOT a Captain) here believes he is an expert LMFAO😆🤣

    Leonardo SilverLeonardo Silver26 минутын өмнө
  • I don't know about any checklist.. I would just check to see if i dropped some mud!

    Don JuanDon Juan27 минутын өмнө
  • Great video my friend! Thank you

    john craigjohn craig31 минутын өмнө
  • 1,000 comedians out of work and we get stuck with you losers.

    thebeaz1thebeaz133 минутын өмнө
  • Why wasn't it a 'Pan Pan' call rather than a 'Mayday'?

    Saratoga Industries Inc.Saratoga Industries Inc.35 минутын өмнө
  • People underestimate the power of communication

    Ramoxfire Leader of Gauntlet SquadronRamoxfire Leader of Gauntlet Squadron38 минутын өмнө
  • The real takeaway, B777 can really land with only one engine, even with full passengers on board.

    Bonjovi AEBonjovi AE39 минутын өмнө
  • Gotta give love to the pilots man 💪🏼 nerves of steel!

    Adrian IniguezAdrian Iniguez39 минутын өмнө
  • They Didn't say how many people on board or how much fuel

    Dwaine 5836Dwaine 583640 минутын өмнө
  • 47 hours???????????????

    Frederiksted St. CroixFrederiksted St. Croix45 минутын өмнө
  • Bright Side Watching This Video: write that down WRITE THAT DOWN

    PrestonPreston45 минутын өмнө
  • Counterfeit parts from China got into the inventory...

    Afro SamuraiAfro Samurai48 минутын өмнө
  • Why is it always so hard to understand what comes through the radio?

    Car AnderCar Ander48 минутын өмнө
  • The 694 thumbs down is the E-tardy human beings that don't respect this Captain explanations. They are either Aliens invasion on earth or just a bunch of you know what...

    God'sNotDead 00God'sNotDead 0058 минутын өмнө
  • *Engine parts fall on yard* “Ay bro watch yo jet”

    Stand User LeonStand User LeonЦагийн өмнө
  • FYI: Broomfield. Bloomfield is in Connecticut. Video is great.

    Christian MaddyChristian MaddyЦагийн өмнө
  • I stand by what I said earlier and if any I get any ridicule, it will be reported. You calling yourself "Captain" Joe is false advertising and falsely representing your current position as a pilot. You wear the three stripes of a First Officer. One of your compatriots who has another channel, not sure if you even know of him, Mentour Pilot IS in fact a bona fide four stripe captain of his airline, on Boeing 737s if I recall correctly. I've reported your channel for the false information in your channel name.

    Shayne T. PendrickShayne T. PendrickЦагийн өмнө
  • EXCELENT EXPLANATION !!

    Neftali AschNeftali AschЦагийн өмнө
  • I'll Walk .

    John RettigJohn RettigЦагийн өмнө
  • Why is your voice talk like that.?

    a nu starta nu startЦагийн өмнө
  • So glad this didn't happen while over the ocean!

    Tonio YendisTonio YendisЦагийн өмнө
  • This guy makes airplanes and being a pilot interesting as heck. I always feel like wanting to become a pilot after watching his videos lol

    Miguel MotaMiguel MotaЦагийн өмнө
  • Superb analysis of the incident so well delivered.

    Ken KramerKen KramerЦагийн өмнө
  • Koodos to all involved. I’m sure there was some serious applause when that thing touched down. I wonder if anyone actually caught the next flight out to Hawaii.

    Leonard LaingLeonard LaingЦагийн өмнө
  • What about the engineers who designed the engine?

    R4P70RR4P70RЦагийн өмнө
  • Jesus Fking Christ, why after so many videos, none of them can't have volume level normalized/set the proper way. This talking with volume below the average and intro in the next second, twice as loud is annoying AF. Like you don't even bother to check and watch edited footage before rendering/uploading to YT... :/ Really, I don't understand...

    OverRideOverRideЦагийн өмнө
  • A plane is just a machine, and machines can break. Lots of redundancy and contingency; add to this highly trained, experienced and skilled crew and you get a perfect landing from a broken plane. Three cheers for the crew!

    Bill MiloszBill MiloszЦагийн өмнө
  • everyone lets respect the pilots that landed that plane i mean imagine that happens to you the stress and pressure to land the plane just amazing all my respect goes to the tower pilots and cabin crew who kept calm and saved the flight

    Yung NorekYung NorekЦагийн өмнө
  • great video and analysis.

    Fish HawkFish HawkЦагийн өмнө
  • let me have a girlfriend

    Caleb CraigCaleb CraigЦагийн өмнө
  • fascinating. saw this on the news... eep!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    NelliNightshadeNelliNightshadeЦагийн өмнө
  • Nothing but respect for the pilot and ATC.

    BeerBeerЦагийн өмнө
  • Passenger: How far can we make it with only 1 engine? Me: All the way to the scene of the crash 😂😂😂😂😂

    Jeffery WattsJeffery Watts2 цагийн өмнө
  • Great commentary. No single points of decision / failure should be allowed - including in humans. Teams are far more effective than individuals too.

    daves1412daves14122 цагийн өмнө
  • POV: you say this from daily dose of internet

    Henry HardenHenry Harden2 цагийн өмнө
    • Saw*

      Henry HardenHenry Harden2 цагийн өмнө
  • This is why I will NEVER fly on a plane that is fully automated or remote-controlled (no pilot).

    Mark WulffertMark Wulffert2 цагийн өмнө
  • Hey Joe, could you do more breakdowns of emergency procedures? I would like to know how you as a 747 pilot would approach a situation like Northwest 85.

    Mike NMike N2 цагийн өмнө
  • Well, if he was fueled from DEN to HNL then you know he was heavy when he landed. Also... my God... imagine if this engine failure had happened between LAX and HNL over the Pacific somewhere.

    Eric CableEric Cable2 цагийн өмнө
  • 47 hour flight to Honolulu? I doubt it!

    Greg SullivanGreg Sullivan2 цагийн өмнө
  • Great Job Captain Joe! Thank you for sharing this content with great professionalism.

    Mauricio MolinaMauricio Molina2 цагийн өмнө
  • Two comments, the failure was contained (just the cowling fell off), Two. It was an oil fire , NOT a fuel fire.

    Mark WulffertMark Wulffert2 цагийн өмнө
  • If you ask NASA...it was clearly Ice Crystals...

    Ade' Big Lazy WolfAde' Big Lazy Wolf2 цагийн өмнө
  • Please have ground emergency personal bring lots of toilet paper for the passengers.

    JohnJohn2 цагийн өмнө
  • What does the word "heavy" mean in the context used by pilot and ATC?

    Dave HalpernDave Halpern2 цагийн өмнө
  • Are the Checklists hardcopy? How are they stored and accessed? What are consequences of overweight landing?

    jbszeejbszee2 цагийн өмнө
  • Captain Joe is a First Officer 😬😬😬

    Kyle ThompsonKyle Thompson2 цагийн өмнө
  • team work.. their is no i in boeing

    guitar playerguitar player2 цагийн өмнө
  • Fantastic professional explanation, thanks Cpt. Joe. I am eternally grateful to pilots and crew for safe travel - I make a point of thanking them after every flight.

    Mike WhitfieldMike Whitfield2 цагийн өмнө
  • So he probably had to use flaps and slats, strong on the brakes to come to full stop on runway. No thrust reverser on ENG 2.

    AndréAndré2 цагийн өмнө
  • Man those pilots tho.... 💯💯. Again... very well trained and excellent job handling this.

    Bayer-Z28Bayer-Z282 цагийн өмнө
  • The best way to describe the problem. Excellent.

    MoazzamMoazzam2 цагийн өмнө
  • Dear Joe, please I need clarification. Are you a Captain or a Senior First Officer? Your stripes are 3 not 4.

    aminu mohammedaminu mohammed2 цагийн өмнө
  • 15:28 until 15:50...You spent 22 seconds explaining the need for 2 pilots, saying we are "still far away from single cockpit" airliners. Is this a clue that airlines want to ditch the co-pilot to save costs? What next? FULL AUTOPILOT with no pilots?! "Oh relax, we'll train the crew to be able to stabilize the plane in the event of an emergency, and how to operate the radio. Air Traffic Control can talk them down from there."

    Marshall CurtisMarshall Curtis3 цагийн өмнө
  • Who is Capt. JOE? The commentator is First Officer so and so. Fire bottles don"t fire into turbines They fire into the space between the cowl and Engine casing. Firing into the core could be catastrophic in itself.

    Don AdamsonDon Adamson3 цагийн өмнө
  • Thank you very much for this informative video, it was amazing.

    Maroun JahchanMaroun Jahchan3 цагийн өмнө
  • I remember this is not the first time that this engine failed while in air

    YY3 цагийн өмнө
  • Get you someone who takes care of you like that ATC.

    Srta.TacoMalSrta.TacoMal3 цагийн өмнө
  • Hello Captain Joe, thank you for another great video! I was wondering, are you from Germany?

    Onion KnightOnion Knight3 цагийн өмнө
  • airplanes got boring since epic space flight is happening again :D

    JoeJoe3 цагийн өмнө
  • The choice of multiple runway has nothing to do with transiting passengers to another flight. That’s the least of their worries. Multiple runway gives them more choice and changes of getting the longest runway and easy access for the emergency rescuers...🤷🏻‍♂️

    florida guyflorida guy3 цагийн өмнө
  • As an aerospace engineer with 37+ years working in turbine aircraft propulsion, this incident is of great interest.

    Lizlovs DagmaraLizlovs Dagmara3 цагийн өмнө
  • Sorry dude but your analogy of the left turn is not correct. The right engine exploded. He wants a left turn to counteract the dead engine. Which is fine for small bank turn instead of large control surface movement if he was to turn right. They can only see the ADI not sure how much damage to the right wing they had....so in my flying experiences the left turn was correct

    florida guyflorida guy3 цагийн өмнө
  • I love it when nobody gets hurt. The pilots and air traffic control deserve a very shiny medal.

    CelanisCelanis3 цагийн өмнө
  • Great video...but fly with Boing at your own risk! It's not about safety or tech anymore. Money rules their decisions. Sad.

    Roland VarduhnRoland Varduhn3 цагийн өмнө
  • You should be hired by the media to discuss issues like this.

    Matt WinkelerMatt Winkeler3 цагийн өмнө
  • This is a really informative and interesting insight into to how professional pilots would deal with this type of incident thank you

    Ant HonyAnt Hony3 цагийн өмнө
  • awesome explanation!

    Matt WinkelerMatt Winkeler3 цагийн өмнө
  • Well done, awesome explanation!!

    David McKenzieDavid McKenzie3 цагийн өмнө
  • I learn so much with your videos, Thank you!

    Keila CarrionKeila Carrion3 цагийн өмнө
  • Oh great another united flight in the news..

    Tristan BryantTristan Bryant3 цагийн өмнө
  • I would drive home after that. Great video Captain Joe. Thank you!

    Luis MedinaLuis Medina3 цагийн өмнө
  • Simply riveting watching and listening to radio communication. Just hope most or all of these commercial pilots can access their "inner Sully's" when they need to, in these events of crisis! Ice in their veins and them being level headed is what you'd pray for (even if you're, like myself, not especially religious)...

    Glenn FarnhamGlenn Farnham3 цагийн өмнө
  • Our band name matches the flight name. WHAT ARE THE ODDS.

    Flight 328Flight 3283 цагийн өмнө
  • Outstanding handling of this emergency! Pilots were calm and obviously well trained. ATC was very good in handling this emergency also. Excellent commentary by Captain Joe!

    Donald HarenDonald Haren3 цагийн өмнө
  • Excellent commentary , one observation is that Captain Joe is First officer where is that fourth bar Joe? :-)

    James CallawayJames Callaway4 цагийн өмнө
  • If only it fell on the Whitehouse...then trump can have his job back ....😂😂😂😂

    Ned GreyNed Grey4 цагийн өмнө
  • This was an excellent video. Great job!

    BearRyanBearRyan4 цагийн өмнө
  • There is no I in "team", but there are three in "multiple personality disorder" :-)

    Ian AmelineIan Ameline4 цагийн өмнө
  • Did you say 47 hour flight? Close caption confirmed that as well @1:14

    N/A N/AN/A N/A4 цагийн өмнө
  • Training is key BUT remember.... a panicking man never thinks and a thinking man never panics.

    Tim JacksonTim Jackson4 цагийн өмнө
  • DEN DEP's previous job was an auction host.

    Fadi HadiFadi Hadi4 цагийн өмнө
  • What a fantastic and incredibly informative video. Nice work my man.

    TRD_MikeTRD_Mike4 цагийн өмнө
  • Great video! Curious how long until the pilots involved would fly again? Is there a set amount of time before they fly again or do they have to wait around for the NTSB to answer questions?

    Mike GambleMike Gamble4 цагийн өмнө
  • The "real" mvp's are the PILOTS !!!!!

    E L.E L.4 цагийн өмнө
  • Dear captin Joe I really enjoy your videos as they are informative and educational. Now as B777 co pilot for the last 7 years I believe the checklists that was run by the flight crew was the ENG severe damage cheklis judging from the engines state, just thought it's something Worth mentioning!! Thanks for listening.

    md90emb170md90emb1704 цагийн өмнө
  • 💝💝💝

    هستيريا - hysteriaهستيريا - hysteria4 цагийн өмнө
  • fantastic! amazing! clap, clap, clap, clap, Bravo!

    Ellis Toussier BigioEllis Toussier Bigio4 цагийн өмнө
  • Very good explanation

    GOLF' PilotGOLF' Pilot4 цагийн өмнө
  • Same happened in the Netherlands a day prior! a 747-400 (cargo /Longtail Aviation) also lost engine parts, injuring 2 on the ground (this was closer to take off, since ATC, informed the pilots that the engine was showing fire) Pratt & Whitney P&W4000 engine used in both planes. Before that, in December, a 777 (Japanese Airlines) also had an engine blowout with that same engine.

    divemysterydivemystery4 цагийн өмнө
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