Bahraini national carrier Gulf Air said May 27 that one of its flights made a diversionary landing in India after passengers and crew sustained injuries when the aircraft hit turbulence. The carrier said the incident occurred while the aircraft was en route from Manila, capital of the Philippines, to Muharraq, Gulf Air’s home base. It did not specify the type of aircraft involved, but the Manila-Muharraq run is usually served by an Airbus A330. In a statement, it said that flight ...

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