AUDIO: Listen as United Airlines pilot call “Mayday, Mayday” when engine caught fire on air

United Airlines flight 328 returns to Denver International Airport with its starboard engine on fire over Denver on Saturday. | HAYDEN SMITH / @SPEEDBIRD5280 / VIA REUTERS
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A brand new audio obtained by Denver Post revealed how United Airlines pilot on flight 328 repeatedly referred to as “mayday” the second one of many Plane engines exploded on air, raining down particles on a suburb of Denver, Colorado.

“We’ve experienced engine failure, need to turn. Mayday, mayday. United, uh, 28,” the pilot radioed quickly after takeoff on Saturday February 20 from Denver International Airport.
“United 328, heavy mayday, mayday, aircraft, uh…” the pilot repeated earlier than air visitors management got here on and requested him to repeat his pressing call for assist.

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“United 328, heavy mayday, aircraft just experienced engine failure, need a turn immediately,” the pilot warned, quickly getting permission to make a left flip prepared for the emergency touchdown.

The call got here as his engine was totally engulfed in flames on air above Colorado, as caught on shocking video that shortly went viral on-line.

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