Engine parts fell over the city of Denver when United Airlines flight to Hawaii made an emergency landing
Gary Leff is 20 years old. February 2021.
United Airlines flight UA328 from Denver to Honolulu had just taken off when the right engine inlet of a Boeing 777 came loose.
The plane, with 231 passengers and 10 crew on board, stopped climbing at about 13 000 feet, turned around and landed in Denver 23 minutes after takeoff. That would have been a very long time, 23 minutes, for the passengers on board.
Flight 328 @ engine fire. My parents are all good on this flight! pic.twitter.com/cBt82nIkqb
– Micaela (@michaelagiulia) February 20, 2021
Incredible photos from Hayden Smith of the UA328 with an engine failure shortly after departure from Denver #UA328 #Denver #UAL328 pic.twitter.com/JF89Q8lPua
– Tamas K-L (@tamaskls) February 20, 2021
Engine parts fell in an area about 17 miles west of Denver, near Broomfield, Colorado. Explosions and smoke have been reported.
A United 777 plane drops engine parts near Colorado shortly after taking off from Denver Airport. The plane has landed safely. https://t.co/DLcpS5pXGF pic.twitter.com/GwCCkONq5i
– Latest aviation news and videos (@breakingavnews) February 20, 2021
Such events occur from time to time. Here’s another United Airlines flight to Hawaii that experienced something similar. It usually works pretty well, although Southwest Airlines 1380 is a big problem.
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