Commission of inquiry will look into fuel contamination

By JPOST.COM STAFF
May 5, 2011 19:03

 
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Transportation Minister Uzi Landau announced the immediate establishment of a commission of inquiry into the fuel contamination that grounded dozens of flights coming into and departing from Ben Gurion Airport on Thursday.

An Airports Authority official announced that the authority would tap into the emergency fuel reserve in order to alleviate the situation.

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