Incident at 434N06646W
2014-11-13: Update: Follow-up information received from Flight Operations West [2013/07/27]: A Civil Aviation Safety Inspector (CASI) looked into this occurrence. The company?s preliminary investigation indicated that the main outflow valve froze, causing an over-pressure situation and triggering the outflow valve to open. The CASI advised that no further follow-up action would be required at this time.
2014-11-13: UPDATE: TSB Report#A13A0054: The Cargojet Boeing 727-200 aircraft (C-GCJN), operating as flight CJT619, had departed Halifax and was climbing through FL310 when the cabin altitude warning horn sounded. The crew carried out the rapid de-pressurization drill items but the cabin altitude could not be controlled. An emergency was declared with air traffic control to expedite descent and a return to Halifax. Flight CJT619 landed at Halifax without further incident. Company maintenance replaced the cabin pressure controller and cabin selector panel. The aircraft was returned to service.
2014-11-13: The crew of a Cargojet Airways Boeing 727-225 (C-GCJN/ CJT619) from Halifax, NS (CYHZ) to Hamilton, ON (CYHM) declared an emergency due to a pressurization problem. Flight descended to 10 000 feet, no further assistance required. Landed at 0026Z.
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