Azur B738 at Sochi on Apr 11th 2021, cabin did not pressurize
Last Update: April 13, 2021 / 17:56:18 GMT/Zulu time
On Apr 13th 2021 Rosaviatsia reported the aircraft was climbing out of Sochi when the crew received an alarm indicating "unsealing of the cabin". The crew descended the aircraft, burned off fuel and returned to Sochi.
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