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Bahrain’s cold snap to run for two days

Bahrain's cold weather will continue today and tomorrow with temperatures expected to drop to below 11C, a report said. Strong surface winds will increase the chill factor with a maximum temperature of no more than 15C expecte

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April warmer than normal say experts

April was reported to be warmer than normal with the highest temperature recorded at nearly 40C, said  Bahrain’s  Civil Aviation Affairs Meteorological Directorate. The month registered below average wind speeds and relative rain

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Bahrain’s cold spell 'set to continue'

Bahrain will find itself in the middle of a region-wide cold snap until the end of the week, according to forecasters. North-westerly winds now hitting the country have led to a dramatic drop in temperatures and prompted a warning from exp

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Bahrain’s cold spell 'set to continue'

Bahrain will find itself in the middle of a region-wide cold snap until the end of the week, according to forecasters. North-westerly winds now hitting the country have led to a dramatic drop in temperatures and prompted a warning from exp

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Bahrain airshow set to take off

Only one corporate chalet remains unsold for the second Bahrain International Airshow (BIAS) at the Sakhir Airbase in January, co-organiser Farnborough International Limted (FIL) has revealed. FIL and Bahrain's Civil Aviation Affairs (

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Bahrain to get new air traffic safety system

Bahrain's Civil Aviation Affairs (CAA) is set to introduce a new air traffic safety system at Bahrain International Airport (BIA). It has signed a contract with leading air transport communication and information technology solutions s

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Bahrain partners with ADAC subsidiary

The Bahrain’s Civil Aviation Affairs (BCAA) has announced the signing of an training services agreement with Gulf Centre for Aviation Studies (GCAS), a subsidiary of Abu Dhabi Airports Company. Ahmad Al Haddabi, senior vice president of Ai

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Bahrain CAA to get $3.2m upgrade

Bahrain is spending BD1.2 million ($3.18 million) in upgrading its weather reporting and early warning systems for aviation, it was announced. Civil Aviation Affairs (CAA) meteorology affairs assistant under-secretary Abdul Majeed Isa said

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Disaster alert system in place

Bahrain is fully equipped to give early warning on natural disasters, a top official has informed. Civil Aviation Affairs (CAA) Under-Secretary Captain Abdulrahman Al Gaoud said the meteorological office at Bahrain International Airport ha

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