Air Canada flight makes emergency landing after descending 10,000 feet

Published on : Saturday, January 30, 2016

emergency landing 1After descending 10,000 feet rapidly, a Vancouver-bound Air Canada flight made an emergency landing in Toronto on Friday evening.

 
The AC549 flight, which took off from New Jersey, lost pressure at 36,000 feet and had to make a rapid descent to 10,000 feet, Huffingtonpost quoted passenger Milun Tesovic.

 
Thus, the flight was diverted to Toronto Pearson International Airport and landed safely shortly before 8 p.m. local time.

 
A pressurization problem with an air conditioning unit led to the incident, Air Canada specified.

 
There were no reports of injuries, BNO News reported.

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