A damaged Delta Air Lines Boeing McDonnell Douglas MD-88 made
an emergency landing at Denver on
May 13 after the cabin depressurized, says an initial accident report released
today by the US FAA.
The one sentence brief says the crew of flight 664 from Denver
to Atlanta reported a loud bang and
the loss of pressurization shortly after takeoff.
The aircraft returned to Denver
and landed safely, says the report. It’s damage status is listed as
There are no reported injuries to crew or passengers.
Denver and FAA
officials have no further details. Delta did not return telephone calls
requesting more information.