AirAsia flight returns to Perth after mid-air scare

An AirAsia planeImage copyright Getty Pictures Image caption The airplane (no longer pictured) experienced problems about 25 mins after take-off

An AirAsia Indonesia flight has been pressured to show back to Australia after pilots have been alerted to a possible lack of cabin pressure, airport officials say.

Flight QZ535, certain for the Indonesian island of Bali, modified direction about 25 minutes after take-off on Sunday.

The Airbus A320, wearing 151 other people, landed adequately at Perth Airport.

AirAsia mentioned the flight skilled a “technical issue”. Australian media stated it had perceived to lose altitude.

“We have been all pretty much pronouncing goodbye to every other. It used to be actually upsetting,” one passenger told the native 9 community.

“AirAsia apologises to passengers for any inconvenience led to,” the observation said.

In June, an AirAsia X flight on its solution to Bali used to be also pressured to show back to Perth after an engine problem left it “shaking like a washing system”.

In December 2014, an AirAsia plane crashed into the Java Sea, killing all 162 folks on board after the aircraft’s rudder regulate system malfunctioned throughout the flight.

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