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Air Asia flight forced to turn back to Perth after TERRIFYING’ mid-air emergency

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TERRIFIED passengers thought they were going to die after an AirAsia flight from Perth to Bali plunged 20,000 feet. PASSENGERS on board an AirAsia flight from Perth to Bali feared for the lives after the aircraft plunged 20,000 feet in a midair emergency. Flight QZ535 was forced to turn back to Perth Airport on Sunday morning, just 25 minutes into its flight, after a technical issue caused the cabin to lose pressure. Oxygen masks dropped from above the seats and passengers were told to get into… (www.aviationfigure.com) 更多...

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wopri
With the verbal inflation nowadays everything has to be "terrifying" in order to make front page.
ffrcobra1
ffrcobra1 7
As an alternative to having "plunged 20,000 feet", the crew could have started a leisurely descent to 10k. Thus alleviating the terrified of their burden by rendering them all unconscious.
WALLACE24
WALLACE24 2
A little communication would have gone a long way since most of the pax have no idea about getting to a lower altitude hastily. The story though is only terrifying to those on board.
Highflyer1950
Highflyer1950 3
Maybe if the pax paid more attention to the pre flight briefing regarding cabin pressure change and what they should do in the event of :
WALLACE24
WALLACE24 1
That doesn't happen. Attention span and iq's very low. Prolly a a crew with same.
yr2012
matt jensen 1
The Airbus A330?
It's an A320

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