AirAsia flight QZ535 from Perth to Bali in 'terrifying' mid-air drama

Flight QZ535 was forced to turn back to Perth Airport yesterday morning, just 25 minutes into its flight, after a technical issue caused the cabin to lose pressure.

"It was quite scary.We didn't know what was happening because all the records in the plane were in every language but English", said the woman. My life flashed in front of me'.

"Now, I get it. but we looked to them for reassurance and we didn't get any, we were more anxious because of how panicked they were", she told Australian reporters.

'We didn't understand a word they were saying.

"Now, I get it, but we looked to them for reassurance and we didn't get any, we were more anxious because of how panicked they were", said passenger Clare Askew.

This is the second incident involving an AirAsia flight out of Perth.

"The panic was escalated because of the behavior of the staff, who were screaming and looked tearful and shocked", passenger Clare Askew told CNN affiliate Seven News Australia after the plane landed safely back in Perth.

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Most passengers got onto the next flight on Sunday with some hesitant to fly.

Passengers told Channel Nine they had sent text messages to loved ones fearing they were going to die. "It was really upsetting", a passenger was quoted as saying.

'We were all pretty much saying goodbye to each other.

She said the cabin crew were panicking but passengers were left in the dark.

AirAsia apologised for the scare, blaming a "technical issue" without elaborating on the cause.

In a statement, Air Asia said its engineers at Perth Airport were assessing the aircraft.

"AirAsia apologises to passengers for any inconvenience caused", the statement said.

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