Gulf Air is reconsidering an earlier plan to retire its Airbus A330-200 long-haul aircraft as the Bahraini flag carrier's new Boeing 787-9s are placed into service. The airline originally intended to keep the six A330-200s operational only until all 10 787-9s arrived, but now believes there might be benefits in retaining them for a longer period, although no decision has been reached, CEO Krešimir Kučko said Nov. 15 at the Bahrain International Air Show. Three of the 787-9s have ...

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