United Airlines flight 328 from Denver to HNL diverts due to smoke and flames coming from the right

20 Peb 2021
175 160 Ditonton

The FAA confirms that United United Flight 328 that was flying from Denver to Daniel K. Inouye International Airport in Honolulu right-engine failure shortly after takeoff.

  • Vertical video? Come on people

    Justin MeadeJustin Meade2 jam yang lalu
  • That looks like fun!

    Seth PomeroySeth Pomeroy18 jam yang lalu
  • Whats happening this is the 2nd time. The last time the exact same thing happen in united airlines 1175

    Wang JinwenWang JinwenHari Yang lalu
  • The cabin is silent of fear because GOD was in the midst of the people. 🙏💕🇺🇸

    Rochelle AmadeoRochelle Amadeo2 hari yang lalu
  • Hey pilots, GOOD JOB!

    PendeltonWhiskeyPendeltonWhiskey2 hari yang lalu
  • Mantap kali pilotnya bah

    Dede Z RamadhanDede Z Ramadhan2 hari yang lalu
  • Window Seat Goals!!!

    BurritoastBurritoast3 hari yang lalu
  • When you book with this company do you get complementary free underwhere and parachute,,,😮✌️

    Catman SmithCatman Smith3 hari yang lalu
  • This Boeing 777 had two PW4000, these powered 777s are banned from flying in the UK 🇬🇧 this engine is not used by BA Boeing 777-200's and 300's.

    British Airways Boeing 747-436British Airways Boeing 747-4363 hari yang lalu
    • @Kyron Baxter Only temporarily

      British Airways Boeing 747-436British Airways Boeing 747-4362 hari yang lalu
    • How long have they been banned?

      Kyron BaxterKyron Baxter2 hari yang lalu
  • Listen to the audio as the pilots spoke with ATC. They sounded like the recording on a subway train announcing that Park Square Station was the next stop. So calm. I have a lot of respect for those pilots and the cabin crew. True professionals.

    Karen SKaren S3 hari yang lalu
  • Appreciate engineering as well

    Harshad PrabhudesaiHarshad Prabhudesai3 hari yang lalu
  • I know one engine failing is not actually that dangerous, but I'd still be terrified if I was on this flight

    brigh12brigh123 hari yang lalu
  • I would absolutely be terrified the entire time. Matter of fact I think I just peed myself.

    Jimmy HarrisJimmy Harris4 hari yang lalu
  • So glad this landed safely. Just imagine looking out of the window and seeing that engine on fire 700 miles out over the pacific ! Jesus. Respect for the pilots for a safe landing.

    John TillerJohn Tiller4 hari yang lalu
  • Not just the broken engine on fire but also the fear of it loosening and hitting the wing or something, would´ve scared me.

    Daniel WieseDaniel Wiese4 hari yang lalu
  • Diarrhea!

    Hard knocks MontageHard knocks Montage4 hari yang lalu
  • My goodness everybody saves, thank you

    md imansantosomd imansantoso4 hari yang lalu
  • I hope there might be some mechanism onboard in such scenario to disconnect the fuel supply to that part...any body can explain to me if such system is in place? Thank you

    Arctic CircleArctic Circle4 hari yang lalu
    • @Arctic Circle You're welcome 🙂. You too.

      Rachael BakkerRachael Bakker2 hari yang lalu
    • @Rachael Bakker Thank you Rachael...for your time explaining in such a detail...stay blessed 🙏🙏🌹🌺🌺🌺🌷🌹

      Arctic CircleArctic Circle3 hari yang lalu
    • Yes there is. It is a called a Fire Engine checklist: Fire Engine Checklist 1. A/T ARM switch - affected side - confirm off (so damaged engine doesn't spool up). 2. Thrust lever - affected side - confirm idle for damaged engine (to cut off power to damaged engine). 3. FUEL CONTROL switch - affected side - confirm CUTOFF (to stop fuel going to damaged engine). 4. Engine Fire Switch - affected side- confirm Pull (cuts off hydraulics on damaged engine side). 5. If the FIRE ENG message stays shown: Engine fire switch - affected side - rotate to stop and hold for 1 second (extinguish detergent released into damaged turbine). If after 30 second the FIRE ENG message stays shown: Engine fire switch- affected side - Rotate to the other stop and hold for 1 second (to release 2nd fire extinguisher into turbine). ******************************************* 6. APU selector - if APU available - START, then ON 7. Transponder mode selector - TA ONLY 8. Plane to land at nearest suitable airport. 9. Do not accomplish the following checklist: AUTOTHROTTLE

      Rachael BakkerRachael Bakker3 hari yang lalu

    MR GUCCIMR GUCCI4 hari yang lalu
  • Thank God, thank God, thank God!!!! And pilots, the crew! No one should ever have to go through this.

    Gvantsa KorkiaGvantsa Korkia4 hari yang lalu
  • My absolute nightmare here. I guess they *can* fly with one engine. I thought Dad was shining me on.

    Hail Mary Recordings -Hail Mary Recordings -4 hari yang lalu
  • Poor maintenance, cutting cost, airline industry on it's knees financially - we will see a lot more of this

    Triv 72Triv 724 hari yang lalu
    • @Rachael Bakker Then explain the 737 Max...self regulated by Boeing because the FAA was underfunded

      Triv 72Triv 723 hari yang lalu
    • Definitely not true. Lots of money goes to ensuring these planes are managed appropriately. Sometimes shit happens.

      Rachael BakkerRachael Bakker3 hari yang lalu
  • Biden just called Capt Sully on a job well done!

    Jim TalorJim Talor4 hari yang lalu
  • Me-Ah nooooo ngine failure we are gonna die :( Someone-its a boeing 777 Me-Anyways I was speakin about a butter landing , so yea

    GOPIKAMALGOPIKAMAL4 hari yang lalu
  • Because 777 is pretty new airplane, I'm quite interested, what engines did it have. Was it GE or RR ... This may help a lot for future decisions which flight to take or skip.. .

    mcbure1mcbure14 hari yang lalu
    • @mcbure1 one of my friends was the former pilot of this exact aircraft before he retired.

      brad coddingtonbrad coddington3 hari yang lalu
    • @brad coddington True, my mistake. Engine was pretty old and so was a plane. This one should have been decomissioned few years ago (imo after 20yrs of service)

      mcbure1mcbure13 hari yang lalu
    • Sorry... this one was pretty old one. 777-222 - created in cca 1995. IMHO it should have been decomissioned few years ago...

      mcbure1mcbure13 hari yang lalu
    • Neither it had P@W engines triple 7s have been around since the early 90's 94 i believe

      brad coddingtonbrad coddington4 hari yang lalu
  • good thing that happened right after take off and not out 2000 miles over the ocean since it was heading to hawaii

    matthew kellymatthew kelly4 hari yang lalu
    • Would have been the same outcome other than they would have flown with one engine for longer.

      brad coddingtonbrad coddington4 hari yang lalu
  • twin engine still not safe than 4 engine aircraft.

    Jimmy ChenJimmy Chen4 hari yang lalu
  • If I understand correctly the engines on planes so expensive that most airlines actually lease them, they don’t have them!

    Dan LettsDan Letts4 hari yang lalu
    • Correct. It's easier to lease the engine from a known and certified supplier than it is to have a massive stockpile of parts and tools. A lot of things are just cheaper done that way. Avionics are another piece of equipment that is easier to just pull the black box and swap with a new one from the supplier. Saves time and money for both the carrier and the passenger.

      NorthForkFishermanNorthForkFisherman2 hari yang lalu
  • Mayday, Mayday, we'd like an immediate air turnback , and some toilet paper after landing !!!

    Sanjay MenziesSanjay Menzies4 hari yang lalu
  • MRap mono cock hull

    Ryan TorrieRyan Torrie4 hari yang lalu
  • Engine metal fatigue comes to mind.

    Tom TomTom Tom4 hari yang lalu
  • I’m glad everyone’s OK

    B LOB LO4 hari yang lalu
  • Shut down the fuel to the right engine, dump the fuel, land back at Denver airport.

    AthenaSaintsAthenaSaints4 hari yang lalu
    • I don't think they even dumped fuel before landing because they had no time to

      ChickenBrainOnAStickChickenBrainOnAStick4 hari yang lalu
  • pilot be like, "engine fire, severe damage or seperation memory item".

    Avi AdriantamaAvi Adriantama4 hari yang lalu
  • It's a miracle that despite extensive damage the engine is still operational. Thanks to the UA crew.

    vim66vim664 hari yang lalu
    • @Rachael Bakker Ohh, so scary.

      vim66vim663 hari yang lalu
    • The engine was cut. The spinning of the turbine is the effect of windmilling.

      Rachael BakkerRachael Bakker3 hari yang lalu
  • Nobody would have survived this flight had I been onboard because I would have been shittin’ so violently the passengers would have died from the smell in the cabin!

    Earl WashingtonEarl Washington4 hari yang lalu
  • Right engine failure. Pilot requested left turns. It’s called raising the dead, a right turn would end in tragedy.

    David CarreraDavid Carrera4 hari yang lalu
    • Always trained to turn on operating engine.

      Rachael BakkerRachael Bakker3 hari yang lalu
  • Nope

    huppdaddy2huppdaddy24 hari yang lalu
  • United, United....you broke my Boeing aircraft. United, United....some big help you are. You broke it, you should fix it You're liable, just admit it I should've flown with someone else Or gone by car 'Cause United breaks aircrafts. @sonsofmaxwell

    Pratyush SinghPratyush Singh4 hari yang lalu
  • (قُلْ لَنْ يُصِيبَنَا إِلَّا مَا كَتَبَ اللَّهُ لَنَا هُوَ مَوْلَانَا ۚ وَعَلَى اللَّهِ فَلْيَتَوَكَّلِ الْمُؤْمِنُونَ) Say: "Nothing will happen to us except what Allah has decreed for us: He is our protector": and on Allah let the Believers put their trust.

    oman 4alloman 4all4 hari yang lalu
    • baloney

      brownj2brownj24 hari yang lalu
  • They didn't have their virus test results so the plane was turned around. - Gov. Ige

    Wen ChaiWen Chai4 hari yang lalu
    • So why are the 777 still flying??????

      randy livierirandy livieri4 hari yang lalu
  • I give credit to the person filming this , I would be peeing in my pants

    Bill LombardBill Lombard4 hari yang lalu
  • There lucky that this didn’t happen over the water.

    Chief Captain ColeChief Captain Cole4 hari yang lalu
    • @brad coddington True but since it would take more time to land at an airport the more risk something else happens. Luckily they didn’t get far before it happened and landed back at Denver.

      Chief Captain ColeChief Captain Cole4 hari yang lalu
    • All modern jet liners are designed to be able to fly over water with one engine other wise they would have to have more than 2 engines.

      brad coddingtonbrad coddington4 hari yang lalu
  • "I can't hold her much longer Captain....She's Breaking Up!" Chief Engineering Officer "Scotty" Montgomery Christopher Jorgensen Scott

    Bruce7Bruce74 hari yang lalu
  • Bet some one skipped on the maintenance

    ARAR4 hari yang lalu
  • Looks like the High Pressure turbine threw a rotor blade. Engine seems still running but vibrating like hell

    Simon GunsonSimon Gunson4 hari yang lalu
    • @Rachael Bakker Roger, thank you

      Simon GunsonSimon Gunson3 hari yang lalu
    • It did have blade damage. At this point the power to the engine was cut and the blade was wind tunneling.

      Rachael BakkerRachael Bakker3 hari yang lalu
  • Guess where a jet’s gas tanks are: in the wings!

    Wm.Wm.4 hari yang lalu
    • @Wm. ya so jet fuel is combustible not flammable very big difference between gasoline and fuel oils/jet fuels.

      brad coddingtonbrad coddington4 hari yang lalu
    • @brad coddington Guess where a jet’s *jet fuel* tanks are: in the wings!

      Wm.Wm.4 hari yang lalu
    • Last time I checked jet engines didn't operate on gas they run on jet fuel a lighter form of diesel fuel kerosene.

      brad coddingtonbrad coddington4 hari yang lalu
  • why is this video so steady...i would be hyperventilating...

    Logan AllecLogan Allec4 hari yang lalu
    • @G what a miser....😀😂

      Arctic CircleArctic Circle3 hari yang lalu
    • @mcbure1 thank the pilots and engineers, not god

      GG3 hari yang lalu
    • Right!? Lol

      Kelly HopkinsKelly Hopkins3 hari yang lalu
    • they might have a phone with a stabilized camera.

      3p1ks3p1ks3 hari yang lalu
    • Because the pilots are trained for this and they know what to do and people know that

      ChickenBrainOnAStickChickenBrainOnAStick4 hari yang lalu
  • Oh that would have scared me!!

    Didi BolterDidi Bolter4 hari yang lalu
  • Yep!!! ??

    Jeff EzelleJeff Ezelle4 hari yang lalu
  • Luckily it exploded after take off, i don't know what's gonna happen if it explodes above pacific ocean

    Oza Aulia RamadhanOza Aulia Ramadhan4 hari yang lalu
    • same thing that happened with this aircraft fly to the nearest safe airport.

      brad coddingtonbrad coddington4 hari yang lalu
  • Prayer, anyone?

    Bob allooBob alloo4 hari yang lalu
  • What make were the engines? Rolls Royce or GE? Rolls have had problems.

    Mikey BoyMikey Boy4 hari yang lalu
    • Neither. Pratt & Whitney

      Neal BNeal B4 hari yang lalu
  • Thank god this was a 777 and the crew was able to keep calm and get everyone back safely.

    Thomas SpearsThomas Spears4 hari yang lalu
    • *airbus

      CDA SKIERCDA SKIER4 hari yang lalu
    • I hate your bus

      CDA SKIERCDA SKIER4 hari yang lalu
  • In this day & age, when everyone has a phone, nothing can be kept secret.

    Walter H VillaltaWalter H Villalta4 hari yang lalu
    • @Walter H Villalta lol there’s more than a lifetime’s worth of NTSB reports on every airplane crash ever reported. Even as a DJI drone remote pilot, FAA rules state that I am still supposed to report any crash of my drone involving property damage or personal injury. How much more open could they possibly get?

      Syclone0044Syclone00444 hari yang lalu
    • @Walter H Villalta well I’m not to sure of that as you can get records for any crash from the FAA.

      Bro MomentoBro Momento4 hari yang lalu
    • @Bro Momento - The US government/FAA, they're notorious for trying to keep everything a secret.

      Walter H VillaltaWalter H Villalta4 hari yang lalu
    • What’s trying to be kept secret?

      Bro MomentoBro Momento4 hari yang lalu
  • Thanks pilots 😍😍😍

    Joel Mukbang VideosJoel Mukbang Videos4 hari yang lalu
  • Not Flying United Airlines! That's from poor manteinance!

    Fat MouseFat Mouse4 hari yang lalu
    • Don't talk such uninformed rubbish and also learn to spell.

      phil laceyphil lacey4 hari yang lalu
  • As an aviation geek says: - Luckily, no one was injured

    mayvb49mayvb494 hari yang lalu
    • @Mark g No such thing as luck

      brad coddingtonbrad coddington4 hari yang lalu
    • @mayvb49 I thought this being the case. However having worked 7 years on airport ground crew, eer...lets not name any names.. Let me put it this way. There is public spectacle and company inside spectacle. People who do airplanes tend to have poor sense of humor. Or no humor at all.

      pexxa johannespexxa johannes4 hari yang lalu
    • If you are too serious, I'll explain. This sentence was from a youtuber called Lucaas, he makes a series of aviation stuff with a famous line "Luckily, no one was injured" to report the incidents

      mayvb49mayvb494 hari yang lalu
    • Have you talked to ground crew yet? I wouldnt be so sure...

      pexxa johannespexxa johannes4 hari yang lalu
    • Never discount luck, but had their luck been better it wouldn’t have happened at all. The real hero’s are the pilots and crew that safely landed the plane with no issues, not lucky, but rather incredibly skilled, trained professionals.

      Mark gMark g4 hari yang lalu
  • Always keep a change of underwear in carry on.

    Dennis LavallieDennis Lavallie4 hari yang lalu
  • A nice distraction from Chinavirus.

    Sylvester StewartSylvester Stewart4 hari yang lalu
  • In that moment you know that everything is los.

    Santiago Escruceria Del PinoSantiago Escruceria Del Pino4 hari yang lalu
  • Multicultural maintenance?

    Mohawk DriverMohawk Driver5 hari yang lalu
  • More wokeness and diversity would have prevented this.

    J RJ R5 hari yang lalu
  • Glad you're safe!

    Reed SchrichteReed Schrichte5 hari yang lalu
  • The silent in the cabin is killing me 😱 thank god everything went well...

    Hilman SadakirHilman Sadakir5 hari yang lalu
  • Trump’s fault.

    hondacbx1979hondacbx19795 hari yang lalu
  • The flight attendants will be serving free drinks before they land 😂

    Kcountry CorvettesKcountry Corvettes5 hari yang lalu
    • Once I flew with Lufthansa .. Just when about departing, crew announced a fuel pump issue and repair would take 2 hours, everyone was 'Ohhh No..' Crew then quickly announced that they will start serving free flow wine, and we all were like 'Woohooo !!', and nobody cares for the fuel pump issue.

      Frank AgustinusFrank Agustinus4 hari yang lalu
  • Wow 😯

    Bullethead’s HouseBullethead’s House5 hari yang lalu
  • 🤢🤢🤢

    M PerryM Perry5 hari yang lalu
  • Big shout out to the maintenance Crews that maintain these aircraft. If they don't do their job correctly the Pilot's cannot do their job correctly. Big shout out to the Boeing Engineers who designed the aircraft in case of a failure like this where the airplane can continue to fly.

    EbnyflyerEbnyflyer5 hari yang lalu
  • The cause for this engine malfunction. A tray table was not properly stowed.

    Bob BarkerBob Barker5 hari yang lalu
  • Omg I can't imagine if I was on that plane

    Kenny G GKenny G G5 hari yang lalu
    • @ThePanda right lol

      ChickenBrainOnAStickChickenBrainOnAStick4 hari yang lalu
    • You'd be fine and on the ground by now.

      ThePandaThePanda4 hari yang lalu
  • The power of engineering

    relaks luurelaks luu5 hari yang lalu
  • So lucky that didn't happen over the ocean,that would have been a wrap for everybody

    Chris ZuccaroChris Zuccaro5 hari yang lalu
    • @OhioExPax15 Exactly

      brad coddingtonbrad coddington4 hari yang lalu
    • Wrong all twin engine jets are designed to be able to fly long distances on one engine.

      brad coddingtonbrad coddington4 hari yang lalu
    • @OhioExPax15 Agreed, though I would say JAL 123 and United 232 are great examples of how difficult it is to control a plane with a total loss of hydraulics. JAL123 had the increased difficulty of having no vertical stabilizer on top of no hydraulics. It is admirable how long that crew managed to keep that plane in the air under those conditions.

      ItuhataItuhata5 hari yang lalu
    • @Ituhata maybe not the best example, but Japan Air Lines flight 123 in 1985 stayed airborne for 30 minutes, after it's tail ripped off the aircraft. Years ago, an Aloha 737 lost the front third of the fuselage, but still landed safely in Honolulu. These planes aren't built with Kleenex and spit.

      OhioExPax15OhioExPax155 hari yang lalu
    • A Boeing 777 has the capability to fly on one engine. With ETOPS (Extended Operations) capability, it's more than likely that the aircraft, one over the Pacific, could have safely diverted to Los Angeles, San Francisco, or if it were close enough, Honolulu. The #1 Engine was shut down, and can fly safely on #2. Either way, it's far more likely the same result would have taken place, only at another airport.

      OhioExPax15OhioExPax155 hari yang lalu
  • I’ve had dreams lately that I’m on a plane and this happens and the plane starts falling and I wake up all of a sudden 😔

    Jay CeeJay Cee5 hari yang lalu
  • Whoa good thing they diverted because of the smoke - because the explosion 💥 of the engine wasn’t a bothersome 🤦🏼

    Taba AlldayTaba Allday5 hari yang lalu
    • That is pure Hollywood. Jet fuel does not explode like that, it's not gasoline

      ysfsimysfsim4 hari yang lalu

    Bassudev SawockBassudev Sawock5 hari yang lalu
  • Hope all is well

    James FauthJames Fauth5 hari yang lalu
  • Luckily the 777 can fly with a single engine🙏🙏🙏

    Karim GatKarim Gat5 hari yang lalu
    • Every aircraft can fly on a one engine Even on a 737MAX

      Boeing 737 MAX 8Boeing 737 MAX 83 hari yang lalu
    • With both engines gone passengers and crew will be stuck to the sky for all eternity...

      pexxa johannespexxa johannes4 hari yang lalu
    • With both lost, it can glide.

      Mr. MulsanneMr. Mulsanne4 hari yang lalu
  • Might have been a Bird Strike on take off. These GE 90 Turbofan engines have been very reliable over the years. I work on these 777 aircraft since they came out about 25 years ago. They are very reliable and safe aircraft.

    Junkyard BuzzardJunkyard Buzzard5 hari yang lalu
    • Is a PW4000 engine

      Miguel BarreroMiguel Barrero5 hari yang lalu
    • This is an older 777. I’m pretty sure it uses P&W 4000 series engines.

      Alex GeorgeAlex George5 hari yang lalu
  • That's Gods number 🙌🙌🙌🙌

    Angela TamezAngela Tamez5 hari yang lalu
  • dang

    Alex CanineAlex Canine5 hari yang lalu
  • Too many college kids cheating their way through school with all of this access to the internet. They’re not actually learning how to build an airplane?

    Brittany's BetsBrittany's Bets5 hari yang lalu
    • Ok boomer. This is a 26 year old Boeing 777-200

      Mike EmbryMike Embry5 hari yang lalu
  • Delta would never

    Colin ZaydColin Zayd5 hari yang lalu
    • Sorry, they had an engine failure just two weeks ago.

      Mike LeventhalMike Leventhal4 hari yang lalu
    • 😂😂😂😂😂😂 Don't be idiotic.

      OhioExPax15OhioExPax155 hari yang lalu
  • BOEING, what is going on??

    Brittany's BetsBrittany's Bets5 hari yang lalu
    • @Andre P Aircraft are different than automobiles they have many engine manufactures to choose from same goes with heavy trucks. So its the engine manufactures job to repair engines and has nothing to do with Boeing. P&W RR GE are the major jet engine manufactures and they are the ones responsible for the engines not Boeing. RR had a very big issues with the trent 1000 I believe was the engine model a few years back causing the Boeing 787 that had them installed to be grounded but the Boeing 787s that didnt have that same engine installed on them were ok to fly it was RR responsibility to solve the engine issues not Boeing and they were just caught in the middle of a bad situation.

      brad coddingtonbrad coddington4 hari yang lalu
    • @Andre P No you idiot. Boeing does not make engines they make planes. You can't blame Boeing for a mistake the engine manufacturer made or whoever worked on the engine.

      ThePandaThePanda4 hari yang lalu
    • @Andre P remember Boeing made the aircraft except the engines, Am I right or wrong?

      Miguel BarreroMiguel Barrero4 hari yang lalu
    • @Miguel Barrero not entirely correct, your logic, Miguel: If you car/truck breaks down, you take it back to the car/truck dealer (of that make)....and when the service manager says, it's not our (make's) problem, the busted part is made by XYZ, call them....you'll likely not say 'oh, well....let me take it up with XYZ Corp. ;-)

      Andre PAndre P4 hari yang lalu
    • Is a PW4000 engine made by Pratt and Whitney, is not Boeing's fault

      Miguel BarreroMiguel Barrero5 hari yang lalu
  • I watched this happened right in front of me. I was riding my bicycle and saw the plane westbound. It started trailing smoke and then flames. As it made 180° turn and headed back east directly overhead the engine exploded and there was a large boom and puff of smoke. I literally thought I might watch it crash right in front of me. Truly frightening to witness.

    noonenoone5 hari yang lalu
    • @CDA SKIER Its not a bad idea to call 911 anyways. If for some reason the communications are cut between the pilots and ATC, that call could potentially help a lot.

      RuLeZ1988RuLeZ19883 hari yang lalu
    • I love to fly, and I'm not afraid to get on a plane. But I have nightmares, not about being in a plane crash, but watching one happen in front of my eyes.

      Karen SKaren S3 hari yang lalu
    • @CDA SKIER because they could alert the people below ? Just a thought

      GeNiOoHaZeLGeNiOoHaZeL4 hari yang lalu
    • I saw your video posted on Twitter, thanks for posting it

      Simon GunsonSimon Gunson4 hari yang lalu
    • “Uaaaaaa...the sky?” Also why would you call 911, like the captain would not contact ATC, and continue his flight to Honolulu. lol

      CDA SKIERCDA SKIER4 hari yang lalu
  • That’s scary

    PureAloha78PureAloha785 hari yang lalu
  • That's not good 😳 hope all are safe and well🙏🏾

    T ColeT Cole5 hari yang lalu
    • My cousins dad’s business got burnt down this summer.

      CDA SKIERCDA SKIER4 hari yang lalu
  • That would be rather disturbing. Glad the pilots managed to land safely.

    MariSMariS5 hari yang lalu
  • We lost an engine on our return trip a number of years ago from Honolulu to Oakland. We weren't far out of HNL and it was very scary. But we had a deadheading pilot in the seat behind us. He told us that this kind of thing is what they train for and he appeared not to be concerned at all. That made it better for those of us sitting within earshot. We got back safely and they rounded up another plane & crew and gave everyone free round trip tix for another flight. That's one of the years we were on the airpass and I'm guessing we probably went over 15 times that year.

    sandra moreysandra morey5 hari yang lalu
    • It's true. They do train for it and have to have the first 5 steps in Fire Engine Checklist memorized to heart.

      Rachael BakkerRachael Bakker3 hari yang lalu
  • There has been some controversy going in with Boeing lately...

    Hackfleisch Hassender ZerhackerHackfleisch Hassender Zerhacker5 hari yang lalu
    • Boeing did not make this engine. Pratt and Whitney did.

      Marcus JonesMarcus Jones4 hari yang lalu
  • 26 years old. It's time United replaces some of their fleet.

    RSRS5 hari yang lalu
    • It’s the engine not the whole plane lmao.

      Bro MomentoBro Momento4 hari yang lalu
    • @OhioExPax15 exactly

      Austin WlockAustin Wlock4 hari yang lalu
    • You DO KNOW the average life span of most commercial aircraft is about 30 years? These aren't Yugo's. They're made to fly for a long, long time.

      OhioExPax15OhioExPax155 hari yang lalu
  • wow

    Cool MeCool Me5 hari yang lalu
  • 😳

    Cool MeCool Me5 hari yang lalu
  • I'll be back in Honolulu in about 14 years

    Michael JonesMichael Jones5 hari yang lalu
    • Don’t worry I’m sure the airplane will be repaired well before then

      Syclone0044Syclone00444 hari yang lalu
  • Somebody got some 'splainin to do. That there is what we call an uncontained catastrophic engine failure. 😳

    Dark MiceDark Mice5 hari yang lalu
    • @Dark Mice you're a Trump supporter, aren't ya? I'll listen to the COVID experts, thank you very much.

      OhioExPax15OhioExPax155 hari yang lalu
    • @OhioExPax15 yeah, let's hope they are smarter than the "covid experts" 😏

      Dark MiceDark Mice5 hari yang lalu
    • Let's give the experts a chance to find out what it was first?

      OhioExPax15OhioExPax155 hari yang lalu
  • 🙏🙏🙏

    #TeamHawaii Promotions#TeamHawaii Promotions5 hari yang lalu
  • That’ll buff right out.

    Robin HodgkinsonRobin Hodgkinson5 hari yang lalu
    • Good ole Plane Trains and Automobiles John Candy 🤗

      Didi BolterDidi Bolter4 hari yang lalu
    • Lol

      Bobbie GrayBobbie Gray4 hari yang lalu
  • 🎩 🎩 off to the great professionalism of the flight Captain and each member of his crew. This is simply a miracle of 2021 in the history of aviation. It’s unbelievable, that the engine caught fires just after takeoff, and the captain still managed to dump the fuel in order to be able to land the aircraft safely! I am sure the wings were full of fuel at takeoff, and yet the aircraft did not get engulfed in fire 🔥😲. Unbelievable! Great job by the flight ✈️ crew. They deserve great rewards!!!

    Shariq KhanShariq Khan5 hari yang lalu
    • @RIZZI video collection Yes, exactly, the situation did not give them enough time to dump with an engine on fire, and so many lives on board. It was a wise decision to land safely what the captain did!

      Shariq KhanShariq Khan4 hari yang lalu
    • @Shariq Khan found online article indicating that they did not dump fuel. With indications (likely) that there was fire in the right engine (either sensors or crew/passenger looking out window), my guess is they decided immediate return to airport was prudent course of action. And sadly there is a historical precedent (Swissair flight 111) to make the case for skipping dumping and getting the aircraft on the ground ASAP. Cheers.

      RIZZI video collectionRIZZI video collection4 hari yang lalu
    • @RIZZI video collection I exaggerated a little bit by saying that it would break into pieces; however it would definitely have major structural damages, if the aircraft were not within the MLW limits. And, of course, it was an operational decision of the captain, based on the nature of emergency such as this one, it was a good decision that he used his checklist to land the aircraft without dumping the fuel! Obviously different situations need different decisions giving as much priority to safety performance on time as possible. Saving lives and minimum damages to aircraft, airport installations etc., would always be taken into consideration! I heard the ATC conversation, and there was no mention of dumping the fuel. Anyways, the crew of the aircraft must be rewarded for such a great job done ✅!

      Shariq KhanShariq Khan4 hari yang lalu
    • @Shariq Khan Incorrect. The 777 is certified for an overweight landing. It will not break into pieces even if overweight - the principal concerns are tires and brakes overheating/bursting which can be a significant risk esp if you have an existing emergency....and popping of rivets or deformation of materials from the excess weight. But dumping is not required and in fact can be against regulations depending on altitude and population below. Pilots flew a pretty direct route back to airport and while they indicated they we working through checklists, they did not state or ask for time to dump fuel. And from the video available, there could have been a decent amount of vibration occurring from the failed engine which would have cautioned getting the aircraft down quickly (although they did pass up the most immediate runway available but perhaps because it was not aligned with the prevailing winds and they had enough control issues with one engine operating at high thrust setting). Details will emerge but i did not see any video showing fuel dumping (777 releases from nozzle about 2/3 of way out the wing - fuel will leave a clear vapor trail).

      RIZZI video collectionRIZZI video collection4 hari yang lalu
    • @Didi Bolter it sucks, and I don't know too much about it, but I always assumed if they release it high enough up it just disperses into the air and we all breathe it in at some point...

      ItuhataItuhata4 hari yang lalu

    Harold BrayHarold Bray5 hari yang lalu
    • @Lhotse44 - Except you started off by stating that that person who was on board a flight that experienced an engine failure would be the safest person to travel with. I was simply saying that was not necessarily correct. The outcome of their first flight in no way modifies the outcome of their next flight. You have the same probability of being struck by lightning the second time as you did the first time. Lightening doesn’t somehow miraculously avoid you once you’ve been struck once. Subtle, but true.

      ShantiShanti4 hari yang lalu
    • @Shanti You are correct that the probability of the two independent events are the same, but the probability of two independent events occurring are not. This equation P(A&B) = P(A∩B) = P(A)P(B) literally is all you need to understand how probability of two independent events occurring work.

      Lhotse44Lhotse444 hari yang lalu
    • @Syclone0044 You are correct that each independent flip is ½ but when you start doing multiple flips then the probabilities are multiplied together. P(A&B) = P(A∩B) = P(A)P(B) is the formula for probability of two independent events occurring since you've never taken a probability class before. Therefore the probability of hitting the same value on multiple flips from a coin are (½)ˣ where x is the number of flips. So the chances of getting 50 tails in a row is (1/1.1258999e+15).

      Lhotse44Lhotse444 hari yang lalu
    • @Lhotse44- Simply put : Each time you board a flight the probability is the same for an engine failure . Regardless of whether your previous flight experienced an engine failure. In other words: the probability doesn’t miraculously go down because your previous flight had an engine failure.

      ShantiShanti4 hari yang lalu
    • @Shanti Probability for two independent events A and B occurring is defined as P(A&B) = P(A∩B) = P(A)P(B). Therefore you can see that the probability of someone experiencing two separate engine failures is the square of the probability for one engine failure. Thus if there was a 1/1000 chance of a an engine failure, you would have a 1/1000000 chance of seeing two engine failures. Either you dropped out of probability or never took it at all because this is some chapter 1 type shit.

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