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June 13, 2006 

Sanctions Ground Part of Iran Air's Airbus Fleet

Flight International reports that Iran Air has grounded six of its 36 Airbus 310-200 aircraft because the airline is not able to obtain spare parts for the GE CF6 engines on the aircraft.



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