Gulf Air considers keeping A330s

Credit: Rob Finlayson
Gulf Air is apparently reevaluating its plan to phase out its Airbus A330s in favor of incoming Boeing 787s . The Bahraini flag carrier operates six A330-200s on long-haul services to destinations such as London Heathrow Airport and Manila, Philippines. It is phasing in 10 Boeing 787-9s as its new...

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