Boeing recommends suspending the 777 model after the Denver incident

Boeing recommends suspending the 777 model after the Denver incident

A Boeing Monday (22) has been suspended Model 777 – with Pratt & Whitney PW4000 engine – After the Denver incident, U.S., On the weekend.

The wreckage of a United Airlines flight on Saturday (20) Arrived at a house in the state of Colorado during an emergency landing, After one of your engines fails (Watch the video above).

Authorities said the plane landed safely and no one was injured on the plane or on the ground. The airline said in a statement The plane was carrying 231 passengers and 10 crew members.

The wreckage of a United Airlines plane that crashed in the suburbs of Denver on Saturday (20) – Photo: Broomfield Police Department via AP

The U.S.-based manufacturer has requested that the flight be suspended until a test and safety protocol has yet been defined by the U.S. Civil Aviation Authority.

Not Sunday US Federal Aviation Administration Boeing 777 asked for further inspection

On the same day, United announced that all 24 aircraft of the model used by the company had decided to withdraw from circulation.

Japan Airlines (JAL) and All Nippon Airways (ANA) have announced the transfer of 22 aircraft fitted with PW4000 engines.

Japanese officials say engines from the “same family” had problems on the Tokyo-Naha route on Okinawa Island in December.

United Airlines plane crashes in Denver suburb on Saturday (20) – Photo: AP Photo / David Salubowski

Pratt & Whitney, the company that makes engines for these aircraft, said it was cooperating with investigations to review regulated agencies’ coordinated equipment.

According to the manufacturer, only 10% of the 1,600 Boeing 777 aircraft currently in use in the world use the engine of the PW4000 model.

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