Turkish Airlines flight returns to Mogadishu after losing cabin pressure

Mogadishu – A Turkish Airline’s flight departing from Aden Adde International Airport was forced to make a u-turn emergency landing after losing cabin pressure on Sunday.

The Turkish Airlines flight TK 4927 to Istanbul reached a height of 30,000 feet before the cabin crew recognized a  pressurization issue.

Oxygen masks were deployed from the Airbus A330 for the passengers to use. The flight made a safe emergency landing, and the passengers were able to disembark the plane.

The passengers are being housed in the Decale hotel that is affiliated with Turkish Airlines.

The plane will have to undergo technical repairs before it can fly again.

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