Boeing 777 Engine Failure: What We Know About The United Flight That Suffered Engine Damage Near De

Boeing 777 Engine Failure: What We Know About The United Flight That Suffered Engine Damage Near De

Investigators release preliminary findings on the United Airlines flight engine failure. Here's what we know

The investigation into the engine failure of a Boeing 777 could take more than a year, officials said, but already the picture is becoming clearer about what happened to the United Airlines flight on Saturday.

2/23/2021 2:11:00 PM

The investigation into the engine failure of a Boeing 777 could take more than a year, officials said, but already the picture is becoming clearer about what happened to the United Airlines flight on Saturday.

The investigation into the engine failure of a Boeing 777 could take more than a year, officials said, but already the picture is becoming clearer about what happened to the United Airlines flight on Saturday.

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gtconway3d Doesn’t the pilot do an inspection of the aircraft he is flying before takeoff? Would the pilot have noticed the crack at this time? Just here to read all the know it all comments. Let's see who is smarter than the Boeing people. Metal Fatigue=this plane done wore out This being the second incident with this specific engine. 'Is it possible that the faulty blades causing failure, came from the same manufacturing batch'?

Typical Fed worker. It will take a year, even though they already know. gtconway3d Boeing planes should all be grounded for inspections. The risk is too great. gtconway3d Strange thread, but seems relatively straight-forward so far, pending NTSB findings and other PW4000 type inspections - blade fatigue or intrinsic weakness led to failure & separation. Fix is more inspections, updated blades, shorter life, etc.

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