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Qatar Airways flight QR1340 DOH to NBO diverted to SLL A350-900 reported left engine

Old 11th Jul 2019, 21:45
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Qatar Airways flight QR1340 DOH to NBO diverted to SLL A350-900 reported left engine

Qatar Airways flight QR1341 DOH to NBO diverted to SLL A350-900 reported left engine failure..

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Old 12th Jul 2019, 16:57
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Boy, the flight track in the above post sure tells you something about how Qatar and Saudi Arabia get along nowadays.
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Old 12th Jul 2019, 17:44
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Originally Posted by SeenItAll View Post
Boy, the flight track in the above post sure tells you something about how Qatar and Saudi Arabia get along nowadays.
I beg to differ, the only obvious thing that the track indicates is how Qatar and the United Arab Emirates get on. If they were still best buddies (what ever happened to the Gulf Cooperation Council?) the flight would have routed overhead Abu Dhabi then south east across Oman.
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