US FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION ORDERED EXTRA INSPECTIONS ON SOME BOEING 777s

Highlights
• This move came after a United Airlines flight had suffered engine failure on Saturday that scattered debris across a Colorado community
• Immediately after the incident, Dickson had consulted with his team of aviation safety experts after Saturday’s engine failure aboard a Boeing 777 airplane shortly after it took off from Denver

The United States Federal Aviation Administration on Sunday ordered extra inspections of some Boeing 777 passenger jets. This move came after a United Airlines flight had suffered engine failure on Saturday that scattered debris across a Colorado community.
The order meant some 777s would likely be removed from service said FAA Administrator Steve Dickson. Immediately after the incident, Dickson had consulted with his team of aviation safety experts after Saturday’s engine failure aboard a Boeing 777 airplane shortly after it took off from Denver.
In his statement on Twitter, Dickson said “I have directed them to issue an Emergency Airworthiness Directive that would require immediate or stepped-up inspections of Boeing 777 airplanes equipped with certain Pratt & Whitney PW4000 engines.”
As per the video shot from inside the aircraft showcased the right engine ablaze and wobbling on the wing of the Boeing 777-200. According to the authorities, there were no injuries on the plane or on the ground.