Etihad B789 at Zurich on Jun 18th 2017, flaps problem
Last Update: June 21, 2017 / 21:51:28 GMT/Zulu time
The aircraft was unable to depart for the return flight, the return flight was cancelled.
The occurrence aircraft remained on the ground in Zurich for about 88 hours, then departed for a positioning flight back to Abu Dhabi.
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