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How the Helios crash changed flight safety in Europe (video)
© InCyprus | How the Helios crash changed flight safety in Europe (video)

At 9:07 am on August 14, 2005, Helios Airways Flight 522, departed from Larnaca to fly to Prague with a stop off at Athens International Airport.
Seven minutes later, the pilots reported a problem with airconditioning and at 9:20 am, at an altitude of 3,670 m the crew made its last contact with Larnaca.
Investigators concluded that a loss of cabin pressurisation incapacitated the crew, leaving the aircraft flying on autopilot. Despite the heroic efforts of flight attendant Andreas Pro….. Read More On: InCyprus

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