Malaysia A333 at Beijing on Jan 1st 2020, cabin did not pressurize
Last Update: January 1, 2020 / 16:42:57 GMT/Zulu time
A passenger reported one of the door seals had been worked on before departure, the repair probably wasn't fully successful causing a problem with the cabin pressure and the return of the aircraft.
The airline reported a problem with an aircraft system.
The aircraft remained on the ground for about 2:40 hours, then departed again and reached Kuala Lumpur with a delay of 6 hours.
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