Hi I'm Ben
I read in "Le Soir", a Belgian daily newspaper, an article about an Air Belgium A320 loosing cabin pressure at Flight Level 310 or 350 (yes, it said in the article 10000m which is just equal to 33000ft, but flying westbound it must have been either 31000ft or 35000ft). Flight 512 took off from Heraklion (Greece) and was on its way back to Brussels when the aircraft lost cabin pressure due to a pressurization system malfunction. The pilots went into a quick dive right away and two minutes later they brought the A320 down to less than 10000ft where one can breathe normally, it is the correct emergency procedure to follow when there is a loss of pressure in the cabin. The A320 made safely an emergency landing somewhere in Italy.
Did anyone hear about this?