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Hole in the fuselage forces airliner to emergency landing
Charleston, USA - The aperture caused the sudden depressurization of the cabin
The pilot of a Southwest Airlines Boeing 737/300 was forced yesterday to make an emergency landing in Charleston, West Virginia, due to a football-sized hole in the fuselage that caused sudden depressurization of the cabin. No problem for the 131 people (126 passengers and 5 crewmembers) that were on board of the aircraft, who were rearranged on a backup 737/700 that departed with a 3.5-hour delay. Flight...
AVIONEWS - World Aeronautical Press Agency