Passengers Face Terror on Aeroméxico Flight as Rapid Descent Forces Emergency Landing

Puerto Vallarta (Subscriber Content) – On the night of May 3, Aeroméxico flight AM2547 was forced to make an emergency landing in Oaxaca after experiencing a depressurization problem. The flight, which had departed from Puerto Escondido, Oaxaca, was en route to Mexico City when the incident occurred.

Passengers aboard the flight described moments of panic and anxiety as the aircraft made a rapid descent shortly after taking off from Puerto Escondido Airport. The plane descended from 31,000 feet to 18 feet within seconds, prompting oxygen masks to deploy for passengers during the tense moments until the flight stabilized.

Following the emergency landing at Oaxaca International Airport, some passengers criticized Aeroméxico for not providing adequate support during the ordeal. They also claimed that the airline allowed the flight to proceed despite being aware of existing issues.

Passengers reported over 20 minutes of tension as the plane stabilized, with many missing their connecting flights due to the emergency landing. Aeroméxico later stated that the emergency landing was part of its security protocol to ensure the aircraft was safe for continued operation and to protect the passengers’ well-being.

The incident involved an Embraer 190 aircraft flying from Puerto Escondido to Mexico City, which experienced a cabin depressurization warning and subsequently made an emergency landing at Oaxaca International Airport.



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