Qantas plane forced to turn back to Darwin after it dropped almost a KILOMETRE during a flight to Brisbane 



A Qantas flight was forced to turn back to Darwin during a flight to Brisbane last week, after it descended 30,000 feet mid-flight.
QF 825 was an hour into its flight when a fault developed with the air conditioning.
Passenger Angie Smart told the NT News the first indication that something was wrong was when the cabin became 'uncomfortably hot'.
'We heard the co-pilot announce the plane was returning back to Darwin and the seatbelt sign came on,' she said. 
'Then suddenly we felt the harsh turbulence and the pilot announcing again that we had just dropped from 40,000 feet to 10,000 feet.... read more

 
5 October 2016 in Travel, Views: 40
Source: Daily Mail
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