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No cabin pressurization

Here’s the text to the listening from yesterday.

A Boeing 737, flying from Paris (France) to Rome (Italy), was climbing at around 4000 feet out of Charles de Gaulle’s runway 27L when the crew noticed that they didn’t have any cabin pressure. They contacted ATC, levelled off at 7000 feet and returned to Paris for a smooth landing 25 minutes later.
The ground crew investigated the problem and the plane was able to depart for Rome approximately 60 minutes after it landed. It arrived in Rome 55 minutes late.