United Airlines passengers brace for impact after engine cover rips off during flight

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Passengers on a United Airlines flight from San Francisco to Honolulu experienced a scare in the air.

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Tom Corwine
Tom Corwine 2 күн мурун
“Federal investigators will be looking into this incident.” Gee, ya think?
emtsteve24
emtsteve24 2 күн мурун
Go watch the interview with the pilot. This aviation "expert" they interviewed was not so much an expert. The pilot fought the plane the whole time.
INFINITY
INFINITY 2 күн мурун
Planes can glide for miles without there engine's. If the pilot turns the engine off the plane doesn't just drop to the ground, it just glides down slowly.
Sassy Railfan
Sassy Railfan 4 күн мурун
I guess this isn’t the first rodeo for the United 777 engines
jason black
jason black 4 күн мурун
you can fly on one engine with no problem, not so scary
J Hill
J Hill 4 күн мурун
Typical inept reporting on an inflight emergency and basically worthless. There were about 340 people on this Boeing 777 who are alive today due solely to good fortune. They just happen to have three highly experienced aviators on that flight seated in the cockpit and it took all the experience and skill of all three acting as a highly coordinated team to regain command of that wounded airplane. They were also at 38 thousand feet only 40 minutes from Honolulu when that 35 pound piece of fan blade in the right engine shattered from metal fatigue. It tore about a thousand pound of material off the front off of the engine and none of it hit the tail assembly. The Captain in an interview said things were so bad in fighting the airplane that he thought it was all over for everyone. He was so convinced that they were going go in the water that he told the cabin crew to prepare the passengers for a ditching in the ocean. Simply put there is no better alternative than to have folks in the cockpit who know how to hand fly an airliner when all the computer assisted flight controls go hoofs up.
Ervin Krauss
Ervin Krauss 5 күн мурун
The aviation analyst in the clip, Peter Forman, says it was not a big deal. I just saw an extended interview with the captain of this flight who said the exact opposite.
LoL2 EEZZ!!
LoL2 EEZZ!! 5 күн мурун
I’m surprised they haven’t fixed the fan blade problem,the cause of this incident was a broken fan blade and now in Denver,it’s one that came off completely
Ten Minute Tokyo 2
Ten Minute Tokyo 2 6 күн мурун
Thanks India. Keep that outsourcing going.
Chris K
Chris K 7 күн мурун
Who is the manufacturer of this particular plane? How old is it?
Zach Jones
Zach Jones 6 күн мурун
This isn't really the fault of the plane manufacturer (Boeing I think) since they didn't make the engine, but rather the engine manufacturer (Pratt and Whitney). Metal Fatigue caused one of the turbine fan blades (hollow core titanium alloy blades) to break. The broken blade caused part of the blade behind it to break off as well. These things will shred the inner workings of the engine but shouldn't pierce the kevlar and titanium body. What caused the cowling to come off was the blade or part of the blade was spit out the front of the engine, where it shredded the inlet rim. After that, the slipstream of a plane going 300+ knots quickly removed the rest of the cowling
Cathy AV
Cathy AV 8 күн мурун
"there was some anxiety" wow lady...ya think? these ppl sound like they're talking about a book club meeting. I'd be like OMGGGGGGGGGGGGG
Lue Gordon
Lue Gordon 8 күн мурун
Every time a Plane lands very hard something loosen inside the entire plane.
joeconsumer
joeconsumer 8 күн мурун
Hard for United to call this one "pilot error".
joeconsumer
joeconsumer 8 күн мурун
Water landing? There's plenty of fuel to make it in on one engine.
silverpurkat
silverpurkat 9 күн мурун
Interesting 🤔. Same aircraft engine, same right engine side, same fan blade issue, same crowding falling off, same time of year almost 3 years to the day, same destination of Honolulu airport? What’s the maintenance of this plane does it go through Honolulu? There’s some type of connection here IMO.
Stephanie Hyde
Stephanie Hyde 10 күн мурун
I would've died of cardiac arrest cos of the fear.
primovid
primovid 10 күн мурун
"It's not common" "Not something pilots train for". Tell that to the Colorado 777 pilot who just went through the exact same issue (also on a flight to Hawaii, coincidentally).
cooliverson allen
cooliverson allen 10 күн мурун
The blue-eyed station steadily hand because north strangely guard lest a toothsome relation. seemly, sore attic
Donald Gray
Donald Gray 10 күн мурун
Where the hell are you going to do an "emergency water landing" in Colorado?
silverpurkat
silverpurkat 9 күн мурун
This incident happened in 2018 going to Honolulu Hawaiian Islands, look at the yellow sign behind the woman with the child. They were at the Honolulu airport not Colorado. Strange right?
Raul Rodriguez
Raul Rodriguez 10 күн мурун
Congratulacions United, pray this wont happen again.
Automn Sunflowers
Automn Sunflowers 10 күн мурун
Prays not Brace!
Claude Taylor
Claude Taylor 10 күн мурун
It happen again on Feb 20 2021
Jan in Sweden
Jan in Sweden 10 күн мурун
"How often they check the cowling..". Well it was a fan blade that was the problem, not the cowling.
Me
Me 11 күн мурун
These planes can fly for two hours with only one engine. They say.
bogdynamicul
bogdynamicul 11 күн мурун
It happened again to them
Adnan Khan
Adnan Khan 11 күн мурун
Thnks God to all life save
Deepak verma
Deepak verma 11 күн мурун
That plane should have never been used in the first place, then that might have never have happened. I'm glad I wasn't on that plane They should have used a brand new plane.
LadyZeldaia
LadyZeldaia 11 күн мурун
you are aware how expencive planes are? and how little money planes really make..
Aquarius
Aquarius 11 күн мурун
if it happened while over the ocean would of been a different story, if these passengers weren't doing volunteer work before or were self centered maybe this was a turning point ?
Alex Xander
Alex Xander 11 күн мурун
all twin engines can fly on a single engine alone until the destination. looks scary but there wasn't real danger.
Saul S
Saul S 11 күн мурун
Hmm machines do fail from time to time. That’s an absolute certainty. The frequency on the other hand comes down to maintenance but failure is not impossible. And re engine fire... engines are always on fire when they are running. You just usually can’t see the flames!
Harry Balls
Harry Balls 11 күн мурун
I would have been shitting my pants.
Richard Anilao
Richard Anilao 11 күн мурун
Wow this is the same thing from UA328 Denver to Honolulu.
B A Ryan
B A Ryan 12 күн мурун
"Passengers experienced a lot of emotions" - I could believe that!
B A Ryan
B A Ryan 11 күн мурун
@Stevie Nice "passengers experienced a lot of motions" - I could believe that as well
Stevie Nice
Stevie Nice 11 күн мурун
Passengers experience a lot of motions.
Makan Tahi
Makan Tahi 12 күн мурун
it seams somebody did not do some maintenance checks to save some money,sounds familiar?
john jacob
john jacob 12 күн мурун
The obese billboard plausibly guarantee because hair fundamentally beam apropos a motionless bath. remarkable, cluttered cement
Jozsi Olah
Jozsi Olah 12 күн мурун
Is it true, that a camera is inside the Boeing engines?
Guitarcat Lind
Guitarcat Lind 12 күн мурун
Both happened on United. Wow. What a coincedence.
Guitarcat Lind
Guitarcat Lind 10 күн мурун
@VPS Aviation I'm sorry, I made a typo.
LadyZeldaia
LadyZeldaia 11 күн мурун
well, its becuase their main line of aircrafts are getting old, but this is completely safe really, only thing is that you cant turn that well
VPS Aviation
VPS Aviation 11 күн мурун
@Guitarcat Lind Be ready to be dragged off United
VPS Aviation
VPS Aviation 11 күн мурун
Yyour? @Guitarcat Lind
Guitarcat Lind
Guitarcat Lind 11 күн мурун
@VPS Aviation Don't Expect Your Luggage to Arrive
chickywilly
chickywilly 12 күн мурун
I wouldn't call this an engine failure. This was merely caused by someone not properly securing the engine cover (cowling.) Apparently this was NOT engine or mechanical failure.
Islamisthecultofsin
Islamisthecultofsin 11 күн мурун
The fan blade broke off during flight just like the recent engine failure did. Same engine type.
dean woolston
dean woolston 12 күн мурун
Not in any real danger? Seriously?
Scott Andersen
Scott Andersen 12 күн мурун
Somewhere on a small island in front of a tiki hut is the front cowling of that engine. Sound familiar?
Peter Rudy
Peter Rudy 12 күн мурун
Another faulty GE engine with blades not cast correctly and with the right material ?
canadian aviator
canadian aviator 12 күн мурун
That’s not a ge engine... and how many incidents involved ge engines?
Sleeper Tesla
Sleeper Tesla 12 күн мурун
UNITED..
Eunhai Shinn
Eunhai Shinn 12 күн мурун
Luckily the jet engine didn't fail until the flight was ending. A water landing is common. Now if the engine failed in the middle of the flight while over the ocean then it's impossible to fly only on 1 engine still unless the plane has has 4 engines.
Stevie Nice
Stevie Nice 11 күн мурун
Delta winged planes can fly on one engine, but not a high altitude.
Truth seeker Hill
Truth seeker Hill 12 күн мурун
Well from general observation the blades on that engine look pretty rough. Hard to tell if it was a broken blade or the cowling came loose and broke the blades. Jet turbines don’t work well with broken blades. So ironic with the American flight out of Denver. God bless these heroic pilots. 🦋
SwissAviator777
SwissAviator777 12 күн мурун
Why is it the Honolulu flights 🤔
SwissAviator777
SwissAviator777 12 күн мурун
And same plane
Traumaqueenamy
Traumaqueenamy 12 күн мурун
Wow. Same airline and same destination as the one that just happened.
Tibor Schimek
Tibor Schimek 12 күн мурун
and same side engine!
John P
John P 12 күн мурун
Looks familiar.
Ron Verrazzani
Ron Verrazzani 12 күн мурун
Um, the plane never made it off the mainland, so how is it that the lane is sitting in a hangar in Hawaii? Geez. Reporters.
Traumaqueenamy
Traumaqueenamy 12 күн мурун
This wasn't the recent incident in Denver. Notice the date of the upload.
nameit100itsme
nameit100itsme 12 күн мурун
5:17 how many times you gotta rhyme dude lol
XxBleedZxX
XxBleedZxX 12 күн мурун
Same type off plane
madmax2069
madmax2069 12 күн мурун
"mechanical issue" yeah no shit.
Jan Dec
Jan Dec 13 күн мурун
Światowa firma o takiej renomie zeszła na psy tfu Wstyd
Tim A.
Tim A. 13 күн мурун
"emergency water landing" lady, really??? Calm down chief, It ain't THAT serious.
coenfilm
coenfilm 4 күн мурун
Check out the Blancolirio channel interview with the pilot. This was very serious.
Kirk B
Kirk B 8 күн мурун
Remember what George Carlin said about a water landing
A R
A R 13 күн мурун
Last weekend was tail number N772UA. This aircraft was N773UA. Both right engines.
Silver Jonas Farfan
Silver Jonas Farfan 13 күн мурун
Cadê as máscaras, não é obrigatório usar no s EUA?
Anonymous Anonymous
Anonymous Anonymous 13 күн мурун
Brace for impact? What a misleading title.
Bryan de Paepe
Bryan de Paepe 13 күн мурун
You got to checking the cowling, it's so important! Not really, i's just the covering for the outside of the engine, it's main purpose is to smooth airflow to increase fuel efficiency. It would be about the same as the hood of car, it covers the engine but is not needed to drive the car.
gonzayare
gonzayare 13 күн мурун
A water landing in the ocean 99.9% of times means a plane crashing into the ocean. You can land a plane in calm waters from a lake, river or a bay. Still with almost perfect water conditions the plane can be destroyed if the landing isn't almost perfect.
SC Que
SC Que 13 күн мурун
Que livramento. 🙌🙌
Guilherme Santana
Guilherme Santana 13 күн мурун
Boeing's golden age is over, its series production produces aircraft that crash more often.
Mauro Silva
Mauro Silva 13 күн мурун
Don't blame boeing isn't their fault
yec yec
yec yec 13 күн мурун
SAME THING YEARS APART , SOUND LIKE SABOTAGE - I WOULD INVESTIGATE THE MECHANICS AND ANYBODY INVOLVED IN THE HANGARS. SAME DAY AND ROUTE AS WELL.
Islamisthecultofsin
Islamisthecultofsin 11 күн мурун
Metal fatigue.
Carpe Diem
Carpe Diem 13 күн мурун
Maintenance lack(?) Another Boeing triple7 engine blade problem.
Mark g
Mark g 13 күн мурун
Absolute shit reporting. Pilots train for this exact scenario every time they go to recurrent training, and review procedures for these scenarios before every single takeoff and landing. This reporting is inadequate and wrong.
Darrin Graham
Darrin Graham 13 күн мурун
Same model airplane, same airline, same side on wing,🤔
Aviation Is My Life
Aviation Is My Life 11 күн мурун
Same engine
Shahrul Niza
Shahrul Niza 13 күн мурун
Dejavou
Soca Nick
Soca Nick 13 күн мурун
So clearly United Airlines is use to this . . . Another reason why I won't fly with them
Just John
Just John 13 күн мурун
Same engine and same flight
Quagmire Davis
Quagmire Davis 13 күн мурун
The little bit hot light definitely was blinking -- Clearance clarence Glad captain didn't have fish before flight. ..... uncomfortable flatulence drooling passing out .... lol 😆
Cef Casteloy
Cef Casteloy 13 күн мурун
The pilot was a real bad ass....good job sir.
sutthirak
sutthirak 13 күн мурун
Not often happen. Just every a couple years.
Exoress Delivers
Exoress Delivers 13 күн мурун
Same airline and same type of plane just happened again this week. Something is wrong and these planes need to be grounded and United Airlines should be shut down until they are thoroughly inspected.
Lucas
Lucas 13 күн мурун
United Airlines should be shut down? Boy, you don't know how this works.
Kenny Dang
Kenny Dang 13 күн мурун
United Flight 328: Time for me to shine
John
John 13 күн мурун
“Pilots aren’t trained for an event like this.” Really? 🙄
Austin Holmes
Austin Holmes 12 күн мурун
He meant that they aren't trained for the engine cowling (the cover over the engine) to come off. They ARE trained for engine failures and that is part of their recurrent training.
Lord Ludicrous
Lord Ludicrous 13 күн мурун
Clearly not after the 737 max crashes
Captain Sledge
Captain Sledge 13 күн мурун
It was a scare in the air 😂😂 Yeah pilots are trained for all kinds of shit.
Rich Davey
Rich Davey 13 күн мурун
Credit to the captain and crew. True professionalism. Well done 👍
Aviation Top 5s
Aviation Top 5s 13 күн мурун
Looks like a United problem.
Allan Cerdena
Allan Cerdena 13 күн мурун
Same plane right engine blown.same United air,same route to Hawaii? What a coincidence?hummm.whats going on? My goodness?MAMA! Im flying United!
ray teale
ray teale 13 күн мурун
That "brown part" Is a Kevlar type containment ring which did it's job! Similar damage to yesterday's Denver incident. With one other perfectly working engine why was a ditching even mentioned. Also masks or life jackets would not be needed. Rare incident, pilots well trained for it. No danger whatsoever apart for falling debris on populated areas.
Michel Calloch
Michel Calloch 13 күн мурун
Good job captain. The best mate Be safe passagers
GtaAlex
GtaAlex 13 күн мурун
The statement that pilots are NOT trained for this is incorrect. Pilots spend hours in simulator training going over multiple scenarios such as but not limited to one engine operation.
Dave Holcomb
Dave Holcomb 13 күн мурун
As a former piston commercial pilot for a small coal company and a CFII for multi-engine planes, pilots are certainly trained and re-trained for single engine operation in the initial practical test plus if you fly corporate you will hopefully be doing recurrent training. It’s all drill, drill, drill for when this happens. I have lost an engine coming out of 19,000’ on descent with a Cessna 421B Golden Eagle. You are first trained to of course fly the plane but you and your co-pilot if you have one are constantly monitoring engine gauges too to look for issues that might develop into problems before they happen. Those United pilots did what they were trained for and my hat is off to them. They brought their people home. We will all be looking for the NTSB report on this. The P&W engine has a bulletproof record of reliability. This generation power plant has changes for fuel economy, noise and probably weight. Any time the original equation of a system is changed there can be unintended consequences. It can be a number of conditions that caused this to happen, i.e., an ingestion of foreign material, a system or part failure, it can even be a metallurgical problem intrinsically or in design. The people at NTSB will take their time and figure this out. Again, hats off to the pilots and the whole crew for a job well done!
Dave Holcomb
Dave Holcomb 11 күн мурун
@Exoress Delivers Hi there, in our discussion of this incident I recommend the reading of an update by a YT channel commercial airline pilot calked “blancolirio”. It is long and technical but gives you a threshold understanding of the many facets of operations of this type. Still donot know why the blade failure but raises the possible issue of past hard landings may be a factor. (Had to correct some spelling.)
Dave Holcomb
Dave Holcomb 13 күн мурун
@Exoress Delivers Might be a different problem this time. Sometimes incidents are one of a kind especially if there isn’t conclusive findings. I flew as co-pilot on a King Air 300 too. It’s a turboprop. If there is ice or snow we had a shield to energize to shield the turbine fan when that happened. They learned this from finding unusual fan-blade wear which could create blade failure. Sometimes some conditions are not identified right away. Thanks for your interest. They will look closely at history of flight and maintenance. Hopefully they find it soon.
Exoress Delivers
Exoress Delivers 13 күн мурун
NTSB supposedly investigated this 3 years ago and now it happened again. Apparently whatever solution they came up with don't work.
Tyler Copeland
Tyler Copeland 13 күн мурун
Thanks youtube. 🤷
Thomas Tubebach
Thomas Tubebach 13 күн мурун
Well, for it not being very common, it sure happens a whole lot in recent years.
Mikey Smith / Horizontally Appozed
Mikey Smith / Horizontally Appozed 14 күн мурун
Nice flat horizon out of window. In plane sight flat earth ..AIRPLANE Plane no curve.. sorry but u have been lied to ...the horizon rises to your eye level.... sea level not sea curve
keezee roots
keezee roots 13 күн мурун
of course the horizon is flat at that altitude. And this is your red flag that the Earth is flat? 🤣😂
Russ Meehan
Russ Meehan 14 күн мурун
BRACE! BRACE! BRACE! AND FOR GOD'S SAKE REMAIN CALM!!! Yes, United seems to have trouble with its engines.
zigwald
zigwald 14 күн мурун
history repeats its self......
Living Life Custom
Living Life Custom 14 күн мурун
respect to the pilots and crew 👌🏽
King Bunty
King Bunty 14 күн мурун
the same accident three years later
Stella K
Stella K 14 күн мурун
honestly thought this was an event from yesterday (in 2021).
Claude Taylor
Claude Taylor 10 күн мурун
This was from 3 year ago from SFO HNL same Boeing 777 and it happen again Feb 20 2021
Bluetooth Pickler
Bluetooth Pickler 11 күн мурун
I was trying to figure out how they were over the ocean when over Colorado. 🤷‍♂️
Stancy P
Stancy P 11 күн мурун
Same
Spud- 2011
Spud- 2011 13 күн мурун
Same lol
Yael Berg
Yael Berg 14 күн мурун
It's clear as day- United's safety is inferior to that of Singapore Airlines.
Yael Berg
Yael Berg 2 күн мурун
@R L T I am a figment of your imagination.
R L T
R L T 3 күн мурун
@Yael Berg Clearly you ran out of material long ago.
Yael Berg
Yael Berg 3 күн мурун
@R L T I am a figment of your imagination.
R L T
R L T 5 күн мурун
@Yael Berg Ok Bergster but someone farted and we know it was you. 🤢
Yael Berg
Yael Berg 5 күн мурун
@R L T Perceived darling. I do not exist- the prognosis was never required in the first place.
Cheryl Juliette
Cheryl Juliette 14 күн мурун
Hmmmmmmm These plames should be grounded and investigated thoroughly!
Bro Momento
Bro Momento 14 күн мурун
Actually Boeing dosent supply the engine the airline usually chooses which engine they would like. So an investigation of the engine manufacturer should be conducted. The triple seven is one of the most safe aircrafts.
Nah
Nah 14 күн мурун
Worst aviation disasters ever? How would it have killed at least 585 people?
Aviatrix
Aviatrix 14 күн мурун
The amount of times per day that aircraft land with only one engine and nobody has ever needed to ‘brace for impact’ 🙄 Yes of course the engine cover coming off is extraordinary but landing on one engine is extremely normal - Pilots are trained for it! It happens regularly. The cabin crew’s behaviour was disproportionate to say the least. How dramatic
I Care
I Care 14 күн мурун
Terrible reporting: What flight number is this accident? Who is the engine manufacturer? What is the history of this engine and engine type? Sloppy reporting. They need to teach real journalism again.
I Care
I Care 14 күн мурун
@Paul Murphy Thank you for the data! Have an awesome day.
Paul Murphy
Paul Murphy 14 күн мурун
UA1175 Boeing 777-222 N773UA PW4077
I Care
I Care 14 күн мурун
Un-Contained engine failure.
Lee247
Lee247 14 күн мурун
This happend again same type of plane 777 same exact flight to Hon
Joseph Cheng
Joseph Cheng 13 күн мурун
This was from SFO. Latest flight was from Denver.
How Does it Really Work
How Does it Really Work 14 күн мурун
Before Covid-19, were about 10 million commercial flights per year in the USA alone. Although on a given flight engine failure is highly improbable, with such a huge number of flights, some airplane returns back to the airport with a failed engine about once a week, tough it is usually somewhat less dramatic than this. Pilots definitely train for engine failure, and have standard procedures and checklists for dealing with the situation.
Lee247
Lee247 14 күн мурун
This happend again lmao
may be
may be 14 күн мурун
Over the ocean? Get your fax right
nocalsteve
nocalsteve 14 күн мурун
Um, this was an incident from three years ago, not the Denver incident.
Seventh Anubis
Seventh Anubis 14 күн мурун
United engine mechanic, Oscar bin Ladin, couldn't be found for questioning since he went on vacation to Saudi Arabia after his shift.
PaNDaSNiP3R
PaNDaSNiP3R 14 күн мурун
Oh I wonder why this popped up in my feed today 😂 Geezus. KGglobal you really do suck. All you do is bring up old bullshit I never wanted to see
Rockto James
Rockto James 14 күн мурун
No one has mask on
CreeperCanine
CreeperCanine 14 күн мурун
*3 years ago* I wonder why.
Kat
Kat 14 күн мурун
This is 3 years ago
d e austin
d e austin 14 күн мурун
airline execs - slap some paint on the engine and get the plane back in the air. We're losing money.
Dan O
Dan O 14 күн мурун
Ah... We're going to need some duct tape...
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