Flights take off from Sde Dov airport after fuel crisis

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May 6, 2011 10:26

 
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Internal flights began taking off from Sde Dov Airport in Eilat Friday morning after they were grounded Thursday as a result of contamination in the airport’s aviation fuel supply.

The reasons for the contamination in the fuel supply were still not clear.


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