GULF AIR retired its last A330-200 (334) as part of fleet modernization plan that began in 2018; it plans to take delivery of three more 787-9s in 2020 and by 2023 to operate fleet that includes 39 new aircraft: 10 787-9s, 12 320neos and 17 321neos.

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