Boeing 777s Grounded After Denver Engine Failure

United States’ plane manufacturer, Boeing has recommended grounding 777s aircraft with the same type of engine that caught fire over Denver on Sartuday.

In a statement, Boeing said it recommends the suspension of operations of 69 in-service and 59 in-storage 777s powered by Pratt and Whitney 4000-112 engines untile the FAA identifies the appropriate inspection protocol.

The move  to Suspend the planes comes after Flight 328, carrying 231 passengers was forced to make an emergency landing at Denver airport.

However, no one was injured when the engine failed.

According to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), United is the only US airline flying this model of 777, with the others being in Japan and South Korea.