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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    Commenti

    1. John Salem

      You seem to gloss right over the fact that ENGINE NOT SECURED

    2. Biggss Super

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    3. Biggss Super

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    4. bertvdlast

      It’s at moments like this that excellent pilots distuingish themselves from busdrivers-in-the-sky.

    5. A T

      8:37 terribly this should be done, I have respect pilot and of course people 🧑🏼‍✈️👩🏽‍✈️🙏🏽

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    7. CentexPrepper

      Gives me a whole new appreciation for checklists.

    8. Doug Williams

      It's better to be on the ground wishing you were in the air than in the air wishing you were on the ground!

    9. Live With Abdulrahman

      Great explanations. Thank you very much

    10. Manuel Abreu

      Excellent explanation

    11. Doug Williams

      ATC, "United 328 say your intentions." Captain, "I'm getting a different mechanic!"

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    14. ONE SHOT

      4:26 328 heavy. What does 'heavy' mean?

    15. Cambodian River Pig

      not enough ads on this video

    16. slamcutube

      ¿Can anyone explain why the recording between the air traffic controller and the pilots are always so bad quality?

      1. J Shepard

        Probably because it's recorded by some old retired guy who drives a '99 Taurus.

    17. Jack 'The Lad' Stevens

      Could've just said "Hi folks, it was a Boeing plane." We'd have all understood

      1. J Shepard

        Boeing doesn't build engines.

    18. geavas

      That was a great play by play! Awesome explanation! Thank you!

    19. mike simpson

      . Back in the day, when commercial pilots were well-paid, they used to say that pilots earned their money not for every flight, but for one. This guy earned his!

      1. J Shepard

        I know a guy who used to fly right seat for American, and he says that. But...these United guys aren't making $12 an hour.

    20. David Moore

      The Kevlar envelope did its job containing thrown blade. Engines are designed to survive a fan blade failure. Thankfully the ejected nacelle ring and covers did not critically damage anything on the airframe.

    21. Sail Away

      So basically... First Officer Joe (not captain), this whole video is somewhat a copy of what was on the news. I can’t believe that you actually profit on IThomes from these kind of events, where you have almost no facts, you use generic checklists (with poor English) for your viewers and the comments you use are rather ill-informed. Any Captain like me watching your video gets a bit of satisfaction knowing you’ll probably never be in my right seat. But good luck Captain (NOT!) Joe. Let us know when you get that 4th stripe on your shoulder.

    22. Karl Oarsch

      If something happens in aviation: 1 hour after the event check at VASAviation to get the first facts. 2 days after the event check out Captian Joe to get an explanation from a pilots pov. Thanks to both of you!

    23. ClayTon TV

      O.o look Lampard became Captain Joe

    24. khrisztian

      THANK YOU for this video Sir!

    25. U - 235

      Yo, engines aren’t supposed to that.

    26. wolfe1970

      I have a fear of flying, at 50 never being in a plane, i got a flight school ticket for my 50th, what am i doing here watching this.....

    27. Dekoven1949

      IMPEACH 46 !!! IMPEACH 46 !!! IMPEACH THIS SENILE PUPPET OF A PRESIDENT !!!

    28. Bret

      I retired early (medical loss) with about 8000 hours ATP Instructor and check airman. Great video. 100% correct analysis. Even with increasing technology and aircraft automation. There should never be a day when airliners don’t have 2 pilots onboard for these rare occasions. I have been blessed to have acquaintances in military unmanned systems. Even with the best cutting edge technology, these unmanned systems are lost far too often for air carriers operation. Obviously this will continue to improve and losses will reach numbers similar to pilot manned aircraft. But, to me as long as there are passenger onboard or the chance that a large aircraft could be brought down by data link jamming, GPS systems knocked out or another myriad of possible failures .... I personally want well paid, well trained pilots onboard.

    29. Digital Inspiration

      Yes! Talking about the 2nd copilot, why this is not automated as well along the copilot manual checks? Saving time and human errors in time critical situations?.

    30. Chocolatebunny586

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    31. BXgek

      Why do you call yourself Capain? I only see 3 stripes and that is a Co-pilot.

      1. BXgek

        Captain

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    33. Don Quarnstrom

      Thanks captain, for schooling us laypeople in the cockpit operations during an unexpected event.

    34. Para Reg

      Well explained Joe

    35. Kevin Staddon

      Keep pilots onboard, not computer down like a drone

    36. Peter Murry

      G8t work boys

    37. Delaware Pro

      All souls saved 😇 🛫

    38. KG

      Must have been nerve racking but good god just a beautiful orchestra of pilots and atc... Just so amazing

    39. roger wood

      excellent

    40. Aerys Gaming

      Is this guy German? I can't place his accent... lol Edit: Nvm, he said Wunderbar. So confirmed German. Lol

    41. The Flying Backpack

      Great video. Why would anybody give this a thumbs down?

    42. LTRiggs

      I didn't know antman was a pilot and british or german

    43. Calvin Leichtenberg

      these people will never be able to ride roller coasters again ... zero thrill ... lol....... " did you ride the raging bull that was the scariest " , " you ever been on flight 328 and had an engine explode , trust me sweetheart there isnt a stuffed animal game and cotton candy at the end of that ride "

    44. Major Razavi Syed Ahmed Farooq

      Superb ,& cool analysis Bravo Thx God all good all safe 😃 Stay blessed

    45. John Howard

      Wow, such a really great explanation.

    46. Steven Teener

      passengers were given an extra bag of pretzels for their patience...great job Captain & Crew!

    47. Sick Squid

      How was it possible to land the plane with a full fuel tank?

      1. J Shepard

        It's very possible. It just isn't ideal.

    48. Mitch Cowan

      What does 'Heavy' mean in the communications? Is it referring to a full fuel load considering they just took off?

      1. J Shepard

        No, the 777 is always "heavy". Any aircraft which has been assigned a maximum takeoff weight (MTOW) rating of 136 tonnes (300,000 lb) or more will call itself "heavy".

    49. Stephen Ingerson

      Captain Joe, how many stripes on your uniform indicates captain? I noticed you only had 3. Asking for a friend.

    50. maimood gurjal

      Anybody injured

    51. John Connor

      Better yet what checklist did the maintenance crew use? 'Now, where did I leave my pen.....uh oh'

    52. Tim Pohlman

      Captain Joe your missing a stripe!

    53. herkko61

      I would prefer hands behind his back.

    54. Moe Whitfield

      the plan was on the runway and heading for take off 2 days later according to the tracking site I was watching. so not a clue lol.

    55. The Ava Stark

      Always Boeing

    56. Jr Tr

      Two boeing engine failures with debris in residential areas time, coincidence?

    57. The Dumb Crap Channel

      My friend got a little bit of engine in his back yard

    58. Ibérico Ser de la Naturaleza

      Podía haber explotado! Pero mira, al final todo salió mejor y nada negativo realmente ocurrió..

    59. mario roma

      The way to explain everything .. I wish my teachers could have been like you and I could have done much better in my studies

    60. Golem1

      Over 50 tons of centripetal axial force on each blade on certain turbo fan engines. Intense stress intense inspection required. I read Rolls Royce engines having issues with their unique hollow titanium turbine blades recently. Thank God all ok. Excellent Pilots and Crew and controller s.

    61. Ramon Ortiz

      Brilliantly explained! Thank you Joe, keep the good work

    62. Matthew Martinez

      I’ve never trusted commercial airliners and i can’t see that changing at any point for me in the future this incident does nothing change my distrust.

    63. Crossed Out

      Boeing is thinking “shit we’re gonna lose a lot of money”

    64. Mr. Masky

      Am I the only one that find pilots in uniform attractive

    65. Eric Feltham

      if that cowl ended up on my lawn it would be finders keepers..It would be some form of decoration...

    66. David Hack

      Great video,Joe.

    67. Leaetta Hyer

      That red hot engine was the biggest kerosene heater I have ever seen !

    68. The LAGinator

      The gremlins did this

    69. Selebalo Tsiu

      Brilliant analysis

    70. Johnny Appleseed

      Note: Broomfield, not Bloomfield...

    71. K 6

      Well explained Captain :D

    72. Wendy O Koopa

      I'm glad everyone survived that being said this is why in my opinion you check engines for problems often and scrutinize them often. It only takes one problem while in flight to cause a catastrophe. Same with a car windshield.

    73. Billy Montgomery

      Very fine video. I can't believe I haven't subscribed to your channel before now!

    74. Dirk Diggler

      47 h. x 350 mph. = 16,450 miles in 47 hours. Wtf, Hawaii is not 16,000 miles away from their departure. Did they fly the oppisite way around the World?

    75. john john

      Textbook precision ... by ALL

    76. Bricks Blocks

      poor plane

    77. Bricks Blocks

      i feel so sad for the plane

    78. sally robb

      That was a great analysis of what actually happened. You are wonderful!

    79. David Zita

      this incident caused boeing share price to fall airbus share price went up

    80. x2surfer

      Great explanation! Getting nervous just by listening …

    81. Indrashis Powali

      awesome explanation Captain

    82. Curt.exe

      I'm guessing the affected engine is kept at idle to burn any remaining fuel in the lines after fuel cut off?

    83. Erik Granqvist

      I can almost hear the long silence followed with the "what did you say" question, when you call your insurance company to tell a part of an airplane fell on your house/car.

    84. William Wilson

      Not the first time with a United flight.

    85. Ilham Bintang

      Ohhh, the owner of the house just got new married ring from united :D

    86. Roger Conatser

      LMAO, why would a pilot know? Ask the A&P.

    87. Larry Lehman

      Great video capt joe

    88. Wes Smith

      I was flying an EMS helicopter on the west end of DIA's bravo airspace over the north end of Rocky Mountain Arsenal when I saw this particular 777 take off west bound out of DIA. It flew over me and then not much later I heard a mayday call on Denver Approach from a heavy saying they had an engine failure. I didn't know at the time it was the same aircraft that flew over me. Spooky stuff cause it dropped engine parts just to the west of my location. And in the 17 years of flying I have never heard a mayday call like that. Hearing the audio on this video of his communication with approach brings it all back, and Im so glad for the professionalism of both the pilots and the individual working at Denver Approach/Departure.

    89. Damalia Marsi

      Incredible levels of professionalism from the Pilots , ATC and aircrew made a deadly and dangerous situation into a safe contained recovery. That only comes from a well trained crew and a safety first airline. Kudos to all involved. Analysis and video gave great insight into this. Very good presentation.

    90. Catty Lobo

      God bless you pilot 🙌👏👏👏💐

    91. Alexander Hearn

      Why do you sometimes smell fuel on a plane before takeoff.

    92. Catty Lobo

      Praise the lord God is good lord Jesus christ holy spirit thanks God

    93. 黃延儒

      Navigator were sticky to Pilot, very closely.

    94. Jeremy Smith

      this is not a pilot. fuck this asshole

    95. ShipIsLove ShipIsLife

      Joe who?

    96. PEPE LE PEW

      AND THAT'S WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU BUY YOUR ENGINES AT THE ( ACME GENERAL STORE) WHERE WILE E COYOTE BUYS HIS GADGETS!!!

    97. Crusty Cobs

      Congratulations to that Pilot, so cool and professional. Great explanation, thanks.

    98. robert damico

      Great video!

    99. Johannes Zwilling

      It's so nice to watch professionals do their stuff!

    100. Ben Larcombe

      Outstanding explanation. So reassuring for passengers. Confidence remains in exceptional pilot , crew and ground staff training. Bravo Zulu