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Jet Airways' Colombo-bound flight emergency returns to Mumbai Airport

While airport sources said the plane returned due to pressurisation failure, Jet Airways said the plane returned for "technical reasons which are under investigation"

Last month, Jet had laid off 20 employees, including senior-level executives. Prior to that, it had reportedly asked 15 managerial-level staff to leave
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A Colombo-bound Jet Airways Boeing 737 plane made an emergency landing at Mumbai airport on Tuesday evening due to cabin pressurisation problem. The Jet Airways flight (9W 252) took off from Mumbai at around 7:20 pm. It climbed to up to 12,000 feet and returned to the airport in 15 minutes. While airport sources said the plane returned due to pressurisation failure, Jet Airways said the plane returned for "technical reasons which are under investigation". "In the interest of safety, the commander of flight 9W 252 from Mumbai to Colombo executed a turn ...