United Express CRJ200 Suffers Loss Of Cabin Pressure

United Airlines | June 29, 2020

On June 26, a Skywest Canadair CRJ-200 operating as United Airlines flight number UA-5071 lost cabin pressure on route to Prescott, Arizona. The 50-seat regional jet, registration number N431SW, was flying from Denver International Airport (DEN) to Prescott Regional Airport (PRC) when the incident occurred.

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In this infographic we have tried to capture the main airports and routes in the world, in order to get a clearer view of the places where air traffic is most significant.

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In this infographic we have tried to capture the main airports and routes in the world, in order to get a clearer view of the places where air traffic is most significant.

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