Gulf Air CEO Samer Majali said Sunday that the carrier's mandate to cut costs may include revisions to its aircraft order book. "We do not yet know what size or shape Gulf Air will take following this review; however, as a result it may be necessary for us to look at our fleet orders with our suppliers and to adjust them according to the airline's newly defined requirements," he said in a statement to Dow Jones. Gulf has 15 A320s scheduled for delivery between this year and 2012 and 20 ...

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