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United Airlines Engine Failure Flight 328 - What Happened!?

VIDEO |United 328 Engine Failure EnRoute From Denver to Hawaii!  What Happened?  Here's the Full Story...

Boeing 777 Pratt & Whitney Engine Failure on United 328 Denver to Honolulu

 Shortly after takeoff from Denver airport on the way to Hawaii, a United Airlines 777 passenger on flight 328 noticed an engine on the Boeing 777 was on fire!  Part of the engine was missing, and it was clearly a major engine failure.

Thankfully, the pilots averted disaster and were able to safely land back in Denver, but not before the community of Broomfield, Colorado got rained on with bits of engine.  The news report footage is quite dramatic, as you'll see.

As mentioned, it was United Airlines flight 328, which was taking off from Denver international airport. The FAA confirmed that it suffered a right engine failure shortly after takeoff. It was en route to Honolulu, Hawaii, and was able to turn around and land safely. But in that ensuing time, pieces of debris from the plane falling onto several residential streets.

Meanwhile, back at Denver airport, passengers were of course were happy to have survived the ordeal, but then they would treat it to this rather casual message in the United app. "Your flight is canceled because your plane needs repairs." Yeah, no kidding. A missing engine definitely comes under the category of needing repairs. You can just imagine the scene that United engineering: "Hello is that Pratt and Whitney? Yeah, about our extended warranty..."

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