Pressurization problem on Qantas Boeing 737-800 from Adelaide to Canberra; diversion to Melbourne


On 5 March, a Qantas Boeing 737-800 operating flight QF706 from Adelaide to Canberra was flying at 25,000 feet when suddenly the oxygen masks dropped after a problem with the pressurization. Shortly after, the aircraft made a rapid descend. The pilots decided to divert to Melbourne.

The belated aircraft is still on the ground at Melbourne at moment of writing.


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