BRIEF SCARE FOR PASSENGERS ON BOARD EARLY MORNING HONOLULU FLIGHT FROM GUAM

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HAGÅTÑA, Guam (July 28, 1999 – KUAM Island News)---It was a brief scare for passengers on board a Continental Micronesia flight this morning.

Continental Flight 2 heading to Honolulu had to turn around due to abnormal cabin pressure.

Continental’s Vice President of Marketing, Wally Dias, said the DC-10 was in the air about 20 to 30 minutes when the crew determined it was unable to gain normal cabin pressure.

Dias said the aircraft returned to Guam to resolve the problem.

Passengers on Flight 2 will now have to take the 5:00 a.m. flight tomorrow morning.

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