Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Cathay makes emergency landing in Kazakhstan, no injuries

Cathay Pacific's CX-270 passenger aircraft made an emergency landing in Kazakhstan due to pressurization problem.
The Boeing 747 carrying 326 passengers was headed to Hong Kong from Amsterdam landed safely in Karaganda. No one was hurt.

The aircraft depressurized some six hours into the flight that prompted the crew to make emergency landing. Oxygen masks were deployed.
The airline is now investigating on the cause of the fault.
Cathay expressed apologies to its passengers who had to wait for four hours after complete immigration procedures.
The airline made special flight to bring the passengers to its destination tomorrow morning.
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