🇺🇸 Flight UA328 was able to land safely in Denver following a serious starboard engine incident
Updated: Feb 20
🇺🇸 Flight UA328 was able to land safely in Denver following a serious starboard engine incident after takeoff.
Denver police continue to collect engine wreckage.
This 27-year-old Boeing 777-200, also known as the WA005, is one of the first Boeing 777 aircraft to be used for test flights. This fact most likely has nothing to do with what happened in Denver today. Aircraft engines are regularly changed and serviced throughout their entire service life.
Boeing applied Thrust Asymmetry Compensation on the 777,
which automatically (to a certain extent) adjusts the rudder taking into account the power loss in one engine.
Photo © ️ Denver Police
The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has Issued the following statement:
The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has already issued a statement about what happened to the United plane.
The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), together with the FAA, began an investigation into the incident.
Passengers are taken to the Denver airport terminal. Anyone with a need for assistance or information is advised to contact the local Bureau of Investigation Officials or the airline