Investigators in Australia remained baffled by two major incidents involving Qantas. On Friday, the Australian Transport Safety Bureau issued interim factual reports into both the violent upset of QF Flight 72, an A330 operating last fall from Singapore to Perth on which some 70 passengers were injured (ATWOnline, Nov. 17, 2008), and the August explosion of an oxygen bottle that crippled QF Flight 30, a 747-400 flying between Hong Kong and Melbourne (ATWOnline, Sept. 1, 2008). ATSB said ...

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