KLM B737 enroute on Aug 2nd 2022, cargo door opened in flight
Last Update: August 3, 2022 / 16:46:00 GMT/Zulu time
The airline reported an internal investigation showed the hatch opened over the North Sea due to a technical defect. Passengers and crew were not in danger, no suitcases or cargo was at risk.
The occurrence aircraft returned to service after about 18 hours on the ground.
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