Boeing 777 engine failure: What you need to know
Following a serious engine failure, a Boeing 777 United Airlines flight, with more than 200 passengers, returned to Denver International Airport shortly after takeoff. Flight 328 strew scattered engine debris across different Denver's neighborhoods before returning safely to the airport.
Airlines in the United Kingdom, the United States, South Korea and Japan have grounded Boeing 777 aircrafts with the same engine since the incident. Boeing suggested that, while investigations are ongoing, airlines should stop flying airplane equipped with Pratt & Whitney 4000-112 engines.