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Faulty Saudi plane lands on Kuwait Airport

April 15- A Saudi Arabian airplane landed safely at Kuwait International Airport after a technical glitch caused a failure of the  landing gear to open, said Airport Operations Director Essam Al-Zamil.

The plane, said Al-Zamil,  was carrying 104 passengers and flew for 50 minutes before it landed.
 

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