Oman Air says flight grounded after aircraft damage at Iran’s Shiraz airport

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Oman Air said its flight WY2435 from Shiraz to Muscat was grounded on Monday after the aircraft was damaged due to debris on the runway of Iran’s Shiraz International airport, without giving further details.

The airline added in a statement on Tuesday that its engineering team is undertaking the necessary measures to safely bring the aircraft back to Muscat.

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