In the United States of America (USA), there was a new development regarding the engine malfunction of the Boeing 777 type aircraft belonging to United Airlines, which took off from Denver International Airport to Honolulu on February 20. At the time of the accident, the dialogue between the pilots and the tower emerged.
“Something passed over us, it was moving fast”
During the first few minutes of the incident, in a dialogue with the pilot of the plane and Albuquerque Air Traffic Control officials in the US state of New Mexico, “Do you have any intention of what to do here? Something passed over us. I hate to say that, but it looked like a tall cylindrical object. “It almost resembled a cruise missile. It was moving really fast.”
THE ENGINE OF THE BEOING 777 TYPE AIRCRAFT BREAKED
The engine of the Boeing 777 type plane belonging to United Airlines, which took off from Denver International Airport to Honolulu on February 20 in the USA, broke down minutes after takeoff. The plane, whose right engine had failed, returned safely to the airport. Many pieces that broke off from the plane fell into the garden of the houses about 50 kilometers from the airport.
CAUSE OF FAILURE METAL FATIGUE
The failure in the Boeing 777 model aircraft belonging to United Airlines, which burns its engine while flying over Denver and scatters parts to the ground, is thought to be caused by metal fatigue. Robert Sumwald, the head of the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), said after examining the devices recording the cockpit sounds and flight data. He said the damage received was consistent with metal fatigue indicators.
TENS OF AIRCRAFT STARTED
On the other hand, Boeing company, one of the largest aircraft manufacturers in the United States (USA) and the world, recommended that all 777 model aircraft that burned down and scattered ground parts while flying over Denver on Saturday. In England, Boeing 777 model planes were temporarily banned from airspace until investigations were finalized.
The company requested that all 128 aircraft in use be removed from service until the necessary investigations are complete. The American airline company United Airlines and two leading airlines in Japan have so far landed 56 aircraft using the same engine.
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