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 widebodies. Five are scheduled to arrive this year. It had been understood that the European aircraft would be retired as the Boeing 787s entered service. However, CEO Kresimir ...

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