United B777 has ENGINE FAILURE+FIRE on departure | Cowling Separates

Feb 20, 2021
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United B772 performing flight UAL328 from Denver to Honolulu was climbing through 13000 feet when the pilots declared MAYDAY reporting a right engine failure and requesting to return immediately.
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    VASAviation -VASAviation -8 days ago
    • @isabel lind Daaaang... there’s a catch 22 situation.

      Junior von ClaireJunior von Claire2 days ago
    • @Junior von Claire I'm sure we'd have heard it on these tapes if they had. Last yr a B777 had to return to LAX after losing engine power and dumped fuel over an elementary school...no injuries but I wonder if it was necessary.

      isabel lindisabel lind3 days ago
    • @Formula 1st LOL!😊😊😊

      isabel lindisabel lind3 days ago
    • @Bob Rae pictures show the blade punched a hole in the centre tank, so that may have solved that. Or they just performed an overweight landing. As long as they calculated the stopping distance was within the runway, primary concern would be to land the aircraft rather than airframe damage, in situations like this

      mafiaboy87mafiaboy875 days ago
    • @mafiaboy87 “mafia” boy? How old are you, sonny? My reliance on the investigation has no effect upon it, nor does your silly rant.

      Junior von ClaireJunior von Claire5 days ago
  • If this happened over ocean they were done

    Lemmy KilmisterLemmy Kilmister5 hours ago
    • not in the least, they are designed to fly with one

      Slappy McGillicuddySlappy McGillicuddy3 hours ago
    • No

      VASAviation -VASAviation -5 hours ago
  • If I looked out the window and saw that, I just might ship my pants.

    Channel Dad Bryon LapeChannel Dad Bryon Lape5 hours ago
  • This just happened hours ago, how did you get it so fast...bravo

    Shauka HodanShauka Hodan11 hours ago
  • Boeing makes the worse planes... airbus is so much better. Boycott boeing!!

    SiSiSiUSASiSiSiUSA12 hours ago
    • Both pilots and ATC’s did a good job.

      Shauka HodanShauka Hodan11 hours ago
  • Nice video 🤩🤩🤩

    noob gamingnoob gaming12 hours ago
  • So terrifying to hear the engine fire alarm in the background

    Rtruo85Rtruo8513 hours ago
  • In case any passenger still questions what pilots get their paychecks for... It's training to get you safely on the ground!

    pop5678eyepop5678eye15 hours ago
  • That's the magic of CRM when you say the words Mayday.

    Junior Mc kieJunior Mc kie17 hours ago
  • So son of scab fly with Garrett Piedmont CA thought these guys were unsure? Kid needs to stick to promoting erectile dysfunction meds on his insta and leave the flying to the adults.

    robo931robo931Day ago
    • okay buddy

      Slappy McGillicuddySlappy McGillicuddy3 hours ago
  • Here's the poor pilot looking out his window at a flaming, vibrating engine and the air traffic controller is asking him "how many souls on board?" "You mean before or after the heart attacks?" (or better: :"Why don't you ask the F%$cking ticket clerk?"

    TheSoundsageTheSoundsageDay ago
  • Does anyone know why they would have wanted left turns when the right engine was out. Seems like that would require heavier control inputs (rudder, aileron) against the dead engine. They may have needed the left turn initially because of terrain given lost climb performance. Just curious.

    William StanleyWilliam StanleyDay ago
  • Textbook. Kudos to the flight crew and controllers.

    bilishu alissbilishu alissDay ago
  • Good job Pilots!

    arona fallarona fall2 days ago
    • Thanks VASAviation - ✔✈

      bilishu alissbilishu alissDay ago
  • caption said "so long" but this dude was flying to Hawaii, he threw out the "mahalo"

    jcm028jcm0282 days ago
  • is very good that no one hurt,thanks god

    台独轮子港独,哦港独没了呀,那台独轮子都是蠢逼台独轮子港独,哦港独没了呀,那台独轮子都是蠢逼2 days ago
  • I was on with Denver Center and heard “things are starting to fall apart up here,” then found about this about 30-60 mins later. I assume it is was the same plane.

    Alex SAlex S2 days ago
  • Why wasn't the engine extinguished and shut down? Too catastrophic?

    John ArnoldJohn Arnold2 days ago
    • It was

      VASAviation -VASAviation -2 days ago
  • Literally got this up before the NTSB team could even fully mobilize, that is impressive speed.

    gioyu comigioyu comi2 days ago
  • Did they squawk 7700 or nah? Cuz I didn’t get a FR24 alert when this happened. Anyone else?

    Lowly WormLowly Worm3 days ago
    • So professional for both parties, job well done.

      gioyu comigioyu comi2 days ago
  • Both pilots and ATC’s did a good job.

    Roger ReynoldsRoger Reynolds3 days ago
  • My understanding when declaring a MayDay and turning off an ATS routing or a SID, was west bound, turn left and east bound turn right. Time wasting asking what direction of turn would be liked. Two crew and CRM in effect one working the radio one flying and noting one busy, so worked the radio.

    Dave F RyanDave F Ryan3 days ago
  • I heard later that day the same thing happened with a similar P&W 4000 engine on a 747 in Europe. Things are NOT looking good for Pratt & Whitney right now!

    ecclestonsangelecclestonsangel3 days ago
  • Not trying to armchair qb this, but mayday wasn’t the appropriate call. Pan pan or better yet, emergency aircraft would be the proper call. If this was in Hong Kong or China, ATC would not be happy. The crew did a fantastic job and this is only a nit pick detail. Mayday tells Foreign ATC that you need immediate vectors to land. They anticipate you aren’t able to remain airborne or have severe onboard fire/smoke. Pan Pan or emergency aircraft tells them you have some time. Time to dump fuel, run checklists, make passenger briefings. A UPS aircraft declared Mayday and proceeded to dump fuel for over an hour. Needless to say, ATC in the region was not happy.

    Jeffrey BunkeJeffrey Bunke3 days ago
  • Pilot is a lion 🦁

    Prince OmaresPrince Omares3 days ago
  • Do we know if they dumped fuel? it seems to me there was no time for that so they landed almost fully loaded and managed to do a full stop on RWY. Respect!

    KolcobrzuchKolcobrzuch3 days ago
  • Amazing communication skills good job

    On Time For My PartyOn Time For My Party3 days ago
  • DAMN ... Boeing cannot catch a fucking break!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    StonyRCStonyRC3 days ago
  • We just need to run some checklists. Checklist: - Is the plane on fire? - Yes - Land!

    rocknaroundtheclockrocknaroundtheclock3 days ago
  • Thanks VASAviation - ✔✈

    isabel lindisabel lind3 days ago
  • I've been listening to your ATC coverage for a long time now. As a student pilot, I find the information invaluable.

    Andrew SellersAndrew Sellers3 days ago
  • This guy was perfect. If he ever sees this ... Thank You 🙏 Great Job.

    miko foinmiko foin3 days ago
  • Another shitty incident from shitty planes company a.k.a Boeing

    149-AR149-AR3 days ago
    • Do the UFO spotting from Phoenix! Thanks!

      miko foinmiko foin3 days ago
  • good piloting skill.. but the radio calls... why didn't the pilot use the standard phraseology?

    JJJJ4 days ago
  • Good job guys

    zach millerzach miller4 days ago
  • So professional for both parties, job well done.

    Sam CheungSam Cheung4 days ago
  • What a stupid video

    german cortesgerman cortes4 days ago
    • Too many big words in it for you?

      redsoxersredsoxers4 days ago
  • Did they dump fuel? What does "heavy" mean?

    Saint JamesSaint James4 days ago
    • "heavy" is attached to the callsign of any aircraft with a gross weight of 300,000 pounds or more, it is incorporated into the call sign, to warn other aircraft/air traffic controllers that they should leave additional separation to avoid this wake turbulence

      Slappy McGillicuddySlappy McGillicuddy2 hours ago
    • 'Heavy' refers to the weight of sh%t in the passenger's underwear.

      TooMuch. OnlineTooMuch. Online3 days ago
  • “Somebody stepped on you” I’ll take that as “I wasn’t paying attention to the radio and this will be my excuse.”

    Jonathan CollinsJonathan Collins4 days ago
  • Mayday mayday mayday

    schnuurtchkeschnuurtchke4 days ago
  • Sick 😷 airplane ✈️

    schnuurtchkeschnuurtchke4 days ago
  • Look, its good, everything is fine... the spinnie bit is still spinning and most of the engine is still there.... totally could of made it XD.

    Wray DayWray Day4 days ago
  • Pilots are the coolest, 🤓, that's was a great job, by the book, good com 🍻

    Ramiro GuerreroRamiro Guerrero4 days ago
  • Did the pilot share the fact that there was an engine fire or number of souls / amount of fuel on another channel? Or perhaps that audio wasn't included?

    Zaid MahomedyZaid Mahomedy4 days ago
  • Pretty cool that technology let's them lose an engine and still be able to come back and land. Nice job by pilots

    David CallahanDavid Callahan4 days ago
  • 2:47 well there's your problem!

    playgroundchooserplaygroundchooser4 days ago
  • Glad everyone made it back safe

    A VA V4 days ago
  • ugh i dont think i'd stay seated next to that engine like the person who filmed that clip.

    Vanessa RuizVanessa Ruiz4 days ago
  • Do the UFO spotting from Phoenix! Thanks!

    Will MyersWill Myers4 days ago
  • Do you have the american airlines flight 2292 chat about a UFO flying towards new mexico or leaving new mexico it happen on sunday 02/21/21?

    Juan pabloJuan pablo4 days ago
  • LOVE it when all ends well 🙏

    Melanie SouzaMelanie Souza4 days ago
  • Yang dari youtubenya capt. Vincent langsung kesini coba kasih likenya dulu wkwkwk

    DimasPIKDimasPIK4 days ago
  • Sadly seeing that engine on fire ! Me being in the plane looking out that window I would have put my head down sadly saying this is my end we are going to blow up in the air or crash for sure... 1000 thoughts and regrets would have went through my mind.. Landing living is just pure miracle.. !!!!

    EVIL QTipEVIL QTip4 days ago

    EVIL QTipEVIL QTip4 days ago
  • Pros. All around. But it shouldn't happen in the first place 🤔

    konsul2006konsul20064 days ago
  • Why all people coping this same thing

    Swayam ShresthaSwayam Shrestha4 days ago
  • You need nerves of steel to do these jobs my goodness.

    Melissa PetersMelissa Peters4 days ago
  • I work for a Pratt and Whitney site. The things I hear.....

    produKtNZproduKtNZ4 days ago
  • The damaged karate encouragingly stamp because drake eventually guard underneath a happy tray. deafening, unequal difference

    Art AlagaoArt Alagao5 days ago
  • Them gremlins are out again and up to no good. lol

    Räınböw HärvestRäınböw Härvest5 days ago
  • Pilot was calm and in control of situation at hand.

    M GomezM Gomez5 days ago
  • Gotta appreciate how quickly everyone deals with the situation!

    Lee HenryLee Henry5 days ago
  • Too many layoffs @ Boeing no more quality.

    D MGD MG5 days ago
    • @Slappy McGillicuddy Correct Boeing use to have members over seeing their engines regardless of who has the contract too many layoffs.

      D MGD MG2 hours ago
    • Boeing doesn't make the engines

      Slappy McGillicuddySlappy McGillicuddy2 hours ago
  • There’s a video out there of the engine actually exploding in air

    Lorenzo GLorenzo G5 days ago
  • What happens to all the other inbounds?

    Jeff PinterJeff Pinter5 days ago
    • Diverted or put on hold.

      Dynasty001Dynasty0014 days ago
  • are all the random lines representing fallen engine parts?

    John FalconJohn Falcon5 days ago
    • Those are depictions of various navaids, airways, intersections, etc that air traffic controllers use to reference an aircraft position on their radar scope.

      Michael MelvinMichael Melvin3 days ago
  • Not this video but im beginning to suspect the ATC could be just as bad as security guards at dcs omg another career profession deals with aholes we cant get fired for being aholes also

    Something OriginalSomething Original5 days ago
  • Very good. The professionalism is appreciated

    Weasel WormWeasel Worm5 days ago
  • The calm and composed crew did a great job!

    Jonathan BenjaminJonathan Benjamin5 days ago
  • Boing needs to be put out of business!

    richard crichard c5 days ago
    • It’s a Pratt & Whitney issue, not Boing.

      redsoxersredsoxers4 days ago
  • The number or pilots that were frustrated that the local news called the airport DIA (denver international airport) instead of DEN were ridiculous - was almost as though pilots thought they were the only ones that existed :)

    Jason WJason W5 days ago
  • I'm loving that an American pilot says Mayday when in trouble. There is no fuss, argument or ambiguity.

    Big AlBig Al5 days ago
  • The was an incident with a 4-engine Boing comming out of the Dutch Maastricht-Aachen-Airport (MST) just leaving the airport for New York on Saturday. One of the engines was heavily damaged and falling debris damaged several houses and cars. At least 2 people on the ground were injured. The plane landed in Liège (LGG) in Belgium. It was a 747-400 Cargo with medical equipment. Shortly ater the start the tower informed the pilots about a fire in one of the engines. The plane landed in Liege because of the longer runway. Plane number 6T5504, build in 1991. The plane belongs to Bermuda based Longtail Aviation. Hope you find something about it.

    Thomas LangeThomas Lange5 days ago
  • Same aircraft engine fire BA las Vegas.

    Malcolm ClementsMalcolm Clements5 days ago
  • Any information how old engine was?

    ari jääskeläinenari jääskeläinen5 days ago
  • Very scary alot more could have gone wrong im glad they got it landed on the runway safely and crew and passengers are ok its all over the news here still its even on the news on my phone

    Michael DisneyloverMichael Disneylover5 days ago
  • Also...did they get a chance to dump fuel to lighten their load?

    jaypek43jaypek435 days ago
  • Wonder why they didn't opt for one of the NS runways with the wind out of 360 degrees?

    jaypek43jaypek435 days ago
  • I guess they didn't dump fuel? I always thought that they had to do that. Must not these days cause they were calling him heavy all the way home.

    SiriusGDSiriusGD5 days ago
    • The 777 can land above MLW so dumping fuel is not a necessity. "Heavy" is just a term used for widebody aircraft in the US for distance purposes due to the risk of heavier wake turbulence to other aircraft.

      Dynasty001Dynasty0014 days ago
  • Props to ATC - calm cool and collected. Nice job !

    Ryan BroichRyan Broich5 days ago
  • Question: Why did they not have to dump fuel like almost every other emergency landing? thanks.

    LerxstificationLerxstification5 days ago
    • @Paul Janssen then why dump fuel on other emergencies when the engine is not on fire?

      LerxstificationLerxstification4 days ago
    • Because the engine was on fire would have made of nice Fireball if they dump fuel

      Paul JanssenPaul Janssen4 days ago
  • Pilot sounded panicked. Bad pilot.

    President TrumpPresident Trump5 days ago
  • The video of the engine burning is the real one for this accident?

    SledgehammerSledgehammer5 days ago
  • why it no crash??????

    President TrumpPresident Trump5 days ago
  • I think we should all be happy this didn't happen over the pacific halfway between Cali and Hawaii, what if the engine forced a ditching? I know its not exactly safe to have debris raining down on the populace but I think we should be glad this happened over land and near DEN airport!

    Brian ChilcoatBrian Chilcoat5 days ago
  • Hopefully not a GE MOTOR

    kykingz78kykingz785 days ago
  • Did they dump fuel?

    PoingyPoingy5 days ago
  • The professionalism of the pilots is outstanding. Calm, cool, collected and performing required checklists and procedures. This is how lives are saved. Great job.

    alida flusalida flus5 days ago
  • Excellent!

    Bill BeyatteBill Beyatte5 days ago
  • Can anybody tell me what is the mesh like material where the flames are burning ?

    xxxxxxxxxxhardyxxxxxxxxxxhardy5 days ago
  • The engine self fire extinguisher didn't work. That is not good. Maybe there was some hot oil catching fire somewhere in an unseen corner of that Pratt & Whitney P 4000 motor.

    Nikolaus WolffNikolaus Wolff5 days ago
  • Good job pilot and ATC

    Amir HarrisAmir Harris5 days ago
  • My friends in Broomfield had an interesting weekend

    Shelli MeyersShelli Meyers5 days ago
  • @Vasaviation Will you also make a video of the 747 that had Engine Fire in Maastricht (EHBK) the same day?

    Iamwatchingyou75Iamwatchingyou755 days ago
  • Wht happen with you Boeing, in the beginning this year you have 3 aircraft fail flight/accident. Indonesia , Afrika n right now??

    kabul kajatekabul kajate5 days ago
    • @kabul kajate Can you speak English please? Why are we even talking about the MAX crashes when the 777 engine was made by Pratt and Whitney. Besides, if you've read the Lion Air Final Report, one of the contributing factors was pilot error (the crew did not perform their memory items.)

      Dynasty001Dynasty00159 minutes ago
    • @Dynasty001 in 2018 lion air ,code flight JT 610 crusher in kerawang sea Indonesia. 189 victim. New aircraft Boeing 737 max8. Pilot have 6000 hour flight co pilot with 4000 hf. But in this case Boeing lose in sued by family victim

      kabul kajatekabul kajateHour ago
    • the pilots in Africa were poorly trained and got everyone killed

      Slappy McGillicuddySlappy McGillicuddy2 hours ago
    • I doubt the recent incident was Boeing's fault.

      Dynasty001Dynasty0014 days ago
  • Very surprised the engine failed so long after takeoff. No mention of dumping fuel? Must have not needed to (and probably not a very full flight)

    CubbyTechCubbyTech5 days ago
  • Awful RT from the pilots.

    TopgungooseTopgungoose5 days ago
  • bro you are insane, i had to look through multiple pages to even find any articles that know what they talking abt and u got this up that fast

    O-man The HumanO-man The Human5 days ago
  • Hey VASAviation, on the same day a Boeing 747 freigher outbound from Maastricht/Aachen airport also had an engine failure raining down engine bits on a residential neighbourhood. Could you also do that as a video? (link to incident: www.aviation24.be/airports/maastricht-aachen-mst/maastricht-aachen-airport-comments-on-the-engine-failure-of-longtail-aviation-boeing-747-400/) (edited out grammatical errors)

    Jeffrey van GurpJeffrey van Gurp5 days ago
  • It's very scary

    Ethan RasolEthan Rasol5 days ago