23 February 2021
Boeing ‘engine failure’ trusts global aviation As the FAA began investigating the Boeing 777 Engine mounted PW version Is the 4000 secure enough?
Safety issues in air travel Is back in the interest of people once again. When an accident happened Boeing 777 Of United Airlines has suffered an engine failure An emergency landing was requested, but engine parts fell into people’s houses. Even if no property damage occurs Or no one was injured But the events that happened This raises questions about the safety of the aircraft.
After the National Aviation Administration (FAA) issued a statement that Flight UA 328 Of United Airlines, a Boeing 777-200 passenger plane with 231 passengers and 10 crew members suffered a right-hand engine failure. During the trip from Denver. In Colorado It arrived in Honolulu, Hawaii on Saturday, though pilots were able to safely bring the plane back to an emergency landing at Denver Airport. But on the way, some parts from the engine area fell to the bottom. But fortunately, no one was injured and killed.
After the incident, all agencies involved asked the public to not touch. And move those pieces If a suspicious object is found, it may come from a passenger plane. Notify the staff The US National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) is the primary inspection agency for detecting parts that have come off airplanes.
While news reports indicate The Boeing 777 United Airlines engine exploded and caught fire after the plane took off from Runway 25 and was climbing. Right engine PW4077 exploded and fragments slipped into the sky. The pilot stopped the climb and maintained an altitude of 13000 feet. The pilot then requested another emergency landing in Denver. And can land safely Fire and rescue fighters enter the engine area fire. And evacuate passengers to safe areas But the debris of the PW4077 engine was spilled over a distance of 30 kilometers, falling onto homes and stadiums.
While Japan’s air travel safety agency Calls for all airlines Suspended Boeing 777 aircraft After this aircraft, the United Airlines Airlines had an engine failure. Must land at San Francisco International Airport.
Civil Aviation Authority of Japan Calling all Japanese airlines to temporarily refrain from using Boeing’s 777 passenger aircraft powered by Pratt & Whitney 4000 engines until further notice.
The Boeing, a major US aircraft manufacturer. Airlines around the world to stop using certain 777s after the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) ordered a Boeing 777 with a PW4000 engine after the aircraft suffered an engine failure. Emergency landing required
Boeing also said that A total of 69 of this aircraft are in service, while 59 are still in stock. Due to the reduced demand for aircraft due to the COVID-19 outbreak
Boeing’s advice came after the FAA issued an order to begin an emergency airworthiness review process. Or check to see if a plane from the US Boeing 777 has an engine. Is the PW 4000 (PW4000) safe enough? By the said order means Some of these aircraft had to stop operating.
The FAA also said United Airlines is the only US airline to have a PW4000 engine in its fleet.
The airline United Airlines issued a statement on Sunday (February 21) that To temporarily stop service of 24 Boeing 777 aircraft.
“Pratt & Whitney,” an American engine company and subsidiary of Raytheon Technologies, has yet to comment on the incident.
The engine crash involving Boeing 777s comes after the Canadian government lifted its ban on Boeing 737 Max aircraft on Jan. 20, in line with other countries, including the United States. That allows the aircraft to fly again After almost two years of suspension, the Boeing 737 Max crashed twice, killing 346 people.
The Canadian Transportation Regulatory Commission issues airworthiness requirements for aircraft owners, aircraft maintenance engineers. And international civil aviation regulators Including additional training requirements for cabin crews of different airlines
Air Canada took the Boeing 737 Max on Feb 1 and began a gradual resumption of service to North America.
On Nov. 18, 2020, the FAA rescinded the Boeing 737 Max’s commercial suspension after conducting a comprehensive and careful safety check. Which took 20 months by staff of the FAA It was able to identify and resolve security issues that contributed to the crash that killed 346 passengers on Flight 302 of Ethiopia Airlines. And Flight 610 of Lion Airlines
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