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Narrating the horrific incident, a passenger, Darshak Hathi, said, "After we took off the AC malfunctioned, then air pressure system malfunctioned too and oxygen masks came out".

"First aid was administered to few guests who complained of ear pain, bleeding nose etc.", added the statement.

Investigations of India's Ministry of Civil Aviation revealed that the crew "forgot" to flip the switch that regulates cabin pressure.

This fact initiated the investigation, at the end of which it was chose to keep the crew from working. The cockpit crew of the Boeing 737, which had 171 people on-board including five crew members, was derostered and government asked the Aircraft Accident Investigation Bureau (AAIB) to probe the incident.

"The B737 aircraft, with 166 guests and 5 crew landed normally in Mumbai". All guests were deplaned safely.

Following the air-turn back of Jet Airways' flight 9W 697 of 20th September, 2018; 144 of the 166 guests of the original flight traveled to Jaipur via an alternative Jet Airways flight, while 17 of them wished to travel at another point in time. The passengers suffered from a condition called baro-otitis media, in which there is ear pain, dizziness, and muffed hearing due to the difference in the pressure in the cabin and in the middle ear.

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During the climb, the crew allegedly forgot to select the bleed switch, due to which cabin pressure could not be maintained, a senior DGCA official said.

As many as 30 passengers suffered bleeding and headache due to low air pressure inside the cabin of a Jaipur-bound Jet Airways flight on Thursday.

According to PTI, another unnamed passenger said that the plane "circled overhead for around half-an-hour before landing". Meanwhile, civil aviation minister Suresh Prabhu has ordered the DGCA to conduct a comprehensive safety audit of all scheduled airlines, aerodromes, flying training schools and MROs immediately.

Five passengers were shifted to Mumbai's Nanavati Hospital for treatment. "I saw a passenger sitting next to me bleeding from the nose".

When the incident took place, the flight was moving at a speed of 700 km/ph and was at the altitude of 11,000 feet.