Japan TransOcean B734 near Osaka on Jun 30th 2015, loss of cabin pressure
Last Update: June 30, 2015 / 18:07:32 GMT/Zulu time
Japan's Ministry of Transport reported the cabin altitude reached about 13,000 feet, the passenger oxygen masks were manually released.
Japan's TSB have dispatched three investigators on site.
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