US NTSB has pulled the flight data recorder and cockpit voice recorder of the Southwest Airlines 737-300 that experienced an inflight decompression event on Friday afternoon in which a hole, estimated by witnesses at up to four feet in length by 1 foot in width, opened in the ceiling of the passenger cabin leading to rapid loss of pressurization. The aircraft (N632SW) landed safely with no injuries among the 118 passengers onboard. Of the five crew members, SWA said a flight attendant ...

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