IAA warns of possible delays over water found in jet fuel

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November 20, 2011 10:20

 
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The Israel Airports Authority (IAA) warned Sunday morning of possible delays, after a water problem was discovered in Ben Gurion International Airport's jet fuel Saturday night.

The IAA decided to stop the gas from the cylinders after conducting laboratory tests, and began to prepare to bring fuel in tanks to the airport, in an attempt to prevent delays of long-distance flights.

 


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