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TOKYO -- A Continental Micronesia passenger flight headed for Guam developed a cabin pressure malfunction and was set to make an emergency landing at Tokyo's international airport, officials said Monday.
Flight 920, which left western Okayama carrying 73 passengers and crew, is set to land at Narita International Airport at 1:30 p.m. (0430 GMT), Transport Ministry official Tsuyoshi Shirai said.