Flights out of Ben Gurion stopped due to contaminated gas

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May 5, 2011 14:43

 
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All flights leaving Ben Gurion Airport were stopped on Thursday, due to a problem with the airport's gas supply.

The gas was found to be contaminated.

The airports authority said: "We have instructed the manager of Ben Gurion airport to stop filling gas in the airport's planes."

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