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Incident: Eva B744 near Taipei on Mar 25th 2012, loss of cabin pressure

An Eva Air Boeing 747-400, registration B-16411 performing flight BR-702 from Taipei (Taiwan) to Shanghai Pu Dong (China) with 357 passengers, was climbing through about 20,800 feet out of Taipei when the crew received indication of cabin altitude above limit, donned their oxygen masks and initiated an emergency descent to 8000 feet. The aircraft returned to Taipei for a safe landing on Taipei's runway 06 about 25 minutes later. Taiwan's Aviation Safety Council (ASC) confirmed the… ( More...

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