Fedex Boeing 757-200 Diverts to Amsterdam

A Fedex Boeing 757-200, registration N939FD performing flight FX-5190 from Paris Charles de Gaulle (France) to Stockholm (Sweden), was climbing through FL320 out of Paris when the crew initiated a rapid descent reporting they had lost cabin pressure. The crew decided to divert to Amsterdam (Netherlands) for a safe landing on runway 06 about 40 minutes after leaving FL320. A replacement Boeing 757-200 registration N922FD departed Amsterdam about 3 hours after landing of N939FD. The occurrence aircraft is still on the ground in Amsterdam about 18 hours after landing.

GoAir Airbus A-320 Diverts to Nagpur due to Pressurization Issues

A GoAir Airbus A320-200, registration VT-WAF performing flight G8-7001 from Bangalore to Delhi (India) with 151 people on board, was enroute at FL380 about 60nm westsouthwest of Nagpur when the crew initiated a rapid descent and diverted the aircraft to Nagpur due to problems with the cabin pressure. The aircraft landed safely in Nagpur about 25 minutes after leaving FL380. The airline reported the aircraft diverted to Nagpur after the crew suspected a technical glitch in the air conditioning systems. The passengers were rebooked onto other flights.

Aeroflot SUKHOI Superjet 100-95 Loses Cabin Pressure

An Aeroflot Sukhoi Superjet 100-95, registration RA-89041 performing flight SU-2101 from Riga (Latvia) to Moscow Sheremetyevo (Russia), departed Riga's runway 18, maintained routine communication until climbing above FL270 and was climbing through FL315 out of Riga when the crew initiated an emergency descent to FL100 being level at FL100 about 7 minutes after stopping the climb due to the loss of cabin pressure. The aircraft returned to Riga for a safe landing on runway 18 about one hour after departure.

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