Medview Airline explains that its flight VL2105 was on it’s way to Lagos about 1510 pm on Tuesday when the Captain noticed a warning sign of cabin depressurization while descending from 32000ft altitude.
Michael Ajigbotoso, Chief Operating Officer of the airline says the Captain “quickly briefed the passengers and he referred to his check list and applied the necessary procedure to mitigate the situation.
The oxygen masks dropped and were in good working condition for the passengers usage.
The Captain called for priority landing because he had been on number 7 on queue.
He was obliged and he made a safe landing, and the passengers were calm as it did not pose a serious danger.
The incident promptly reported to the authority and investigation is on-going. The situation was professionally handled according to required operational standard procedures.”