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Jet Airways: 5 Passengers are suffering “Mild Conductive Deafness”, unbalanced Cabin pressure!

Jet Airways: 5 Passengers are suffering “Mild Conductive Deafness”, unbalanced Cabin pressure! Well, you all should know that a Jet Airways flight which was flying between Mumbai to Jaipur had to return to Mumbai, today morning because of the little irresponsible work. Reports are claiming that the cabin pressure dropped down a lot inside the plan, and that caused bleeding from nose and ear of passengers on the flight. Even though the accident isn’t big but it is the worst thing for the Jet Airways and affected passengers.

Jet Airways: 5 Passengers are suffering "Mild Conductive Deafness”, unbalanced Cabin pressure!

Also, the officials are claiming that the Jet Airways aircraft operating flt 9W 697 of 20th Sep 2018 (Mumbai-Jaipur) had air turn back to Mumbai, as cabin pressure fell due to the fault of cockpit crew. You all should know this is the mistake of the cockpit crew because they are responsible for checking the plan’s cabin pressure and other related things.

Even the officials are saying that “Out of 166 passengers on board, 30 passengers are affected… some have nose bleeding, a few have ear bleeding and some are complaining of a headache,”

Some reports are saying that the five passengers were taken to the Dr. Balabhai Nanavati Hospital. Also, the other attended to by doctors at the Mumbai airport. Even the sources are saying that all passenger is a little bit affected because of the situation and they are frustrated about it. As per their preliminary examination by ENT doctors, the five passengers suffered “Barotrauma” of an ear, which is caused due to a change in air pressure.

We think that the situation is under control and the five patients, all men, have mild conductive deafness which is the temporary condition and will take a week or 10 days to heal. They are advised not to fly till then and should be under observation. Also, Jet Airways confirmed that they are going to investigate the whole incident and till then the pilot is off-duty.