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Mar 12, 2007

Gulf Air, Boeing

Gulf Air grounded its nine 767-300ERs Friday after detecting traces of corrosion on one plane during a routine maintenance check. The airline said there was no immediate risk to the aircraft but that it opted to order a thorough check of the entire -300ER fleet. It expects significant delays as it repositions aircraft throughout its network but said the 767s should return to service within days. Mar 5, 2007 03/12/2007

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