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United 777-200 Engine Failure and Dropping Parts All Over Colorado


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4 hours ago, HuggyU2 said:

I'm brand new to the 777, and the F/O on this flight out of Denver was on both of my international IOE trips a while back.  Absolutely stellar airline pilot and a good shit.  I hope he gets the accolades he deserves.  

 

 

Huggy are you a CA on the 777?  Do you fly 2 CA/1 FO or 1 CA/2 FO or 2/2?  Is everyone in the cockpit for TO/LD?

 

Ex UAL "570" 

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That intake forward of the nasty sheet metal damage is the pack inlet but not sure how far inboard the ducting goes once you pass the inlet.  I've been wondering what all was damaged by that flying debris and  I thought the cowlings were designed to contain fan blade failures.  We'll see what the investigators find.

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4 hours ago, ClearedHot said:

That really changes the dynamic.  Any other 777 folks care to comment...any other critical systems in that area besides the center fuel tank?

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