Loss of air pressure may be blamed (The Tucson Citizen)

Aviation experts say it's too early to say why the flight from Cyprus to Athens slammed into a mountain, killing all 121 aboard. But investigators will focus on whether the jet lost the air pressure that allows people to fly in comfort above 30,000 feet.


Posted August 15, 2005

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