Tokyo-bound Malaysia Airlines jet turns back due to pressure problems

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  • -8

    M3M3M3

    Glad they made it back. Maybe we shouldn't publicise these stories. It only encourages other thrill seekers to fly Malaysia Airlines.

  • 1

    Harry_Gatto

    Happened to me on MAS about 10 years ago going from Tokyo to KL, had to turn back to Narita after less than an hour in the air; pressurisation problems. No drama, just a delayed arrival as there was no other aircraft available.

  • 6

    Pandabelle

    I've flown MAS a lot and found them to be a good airline. They certainly have had a bad string of luck this year, though.

  • 2

    JoshuYaki

    Passengers must have really felt creeped out considering the last two unrelated but major events related to Malaysian Airlines. Hard to reason with yourself in those circumstances I am sure...

  • 1

    some14some

    “It was not able to maintain the right pressure differential for the comfort of the passengers. It is not a major problem,” he said.

    exactly.

  • 0

    Taketomo

    > Glad they made it back. Maybe we shouldn't publicise these stories. It only encourages other thrill seekers to fly Malaysia Airlines."

    That makes absolutely no sense. Thrill seekers?I can even tell if it's serious. I just know that I would not fly with said airline , but that's just me.

  • 0

    Cortes Elijah

    Malaysian airlines has had a bad streak of luck this year. With the downing of MH370 and MH17. MH17 however was shot down by some sort of missile system, the question is...did Malaysian airlines choose to save money by flying over that route or where they really ordered to descend and change heading (as I read on a news website).

    I hope Malaysian airlines picks up soon.

  • -1

    seesaw1

    I just know that I would not fly with said airline , but that's just me.

    @ Taketomo. The last last someone made negative comment about Malaysian Airlines...he vanished with MH 17......

  • 2

    Motus Fort

    I was on that flight, after transferring from the one from Amsterdam. The staff were curt, but overall we were not given information. I was happy that we made it down safely. I understand the fear of the cabin crew though.

  • 0

    David Quintero Navarro

    Anyways, Malaysian Airlines is a very good airline, just this year has had way too many terrible things happen! I am happy they got back safely! Sorry but the stupid jokes here are PATHETIC!! Some people do not know when to SHUT UP!!

  • 1

    John Carl Smith

    MH17 getting shot down by Putler was not Malaysia's fault!

  • 0

    JapanGal

    I wonder if they informed the passengers about the return.

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