United Flight San Francisco-Denver Declares Emergency

United Flight San Francisco-Denver Declares Emergency
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In the last few moments, a United Airlines flight from San Francisco has declared an emergency during it’s descent into Denver.

N79541 is the Boeing 737-800 operating this flight.

Live updates below.

Live Updates: United UA1575 San Francisco-Denver…

United Flight San Francisco-Denver Declares Emergency
Source: RadarBox.com.
1 month ago14/04/24


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1 month ago14/04/24

United Airlines Emergency: Turning Final at Denver…

United Flight San Francisco-Denver Declares Emergency

United Airlines flight UA1575, which declared an emergency and came from San Francisco is turning onto final approach at Denver.

The aircraft did squawk 7700 initially, but then reverted back. It is understood ATC has asked for souls and fuel onboard after this, however.

1 month ago14/04/24

About N79541…

N79541, the United Airlines aircraft involved in the emergency in Denver, is a 6.6 year old Boeing 737-800 that was delivered in September 2017, as per Planespotters.

Of the 737-800 variant, UA has 141 of them, of which all but seven are in active service.

Furthermore, average fleet age for the variant stands at 20.2 years.

1 month ago14/04/24

Cause Still Unknown…

At this stage, it is unclear what the cause of the initial emergency call was for onboard United Airlines flight UA1575 between Denver and San Francisco.

1 month ago14/04/24


TOUCHDOWN! UA1575 from San Francisco has appeared to have landed safely into DEN following it’s emergency call a few moments ago.

As soon as we have further information into the call, then we will update you accordingly.

For now, this remains a developing story, pending additional updates.

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