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Cayman Airways’ new SAAB 340 aircraft will be out of service for at least 10-12 days.  The airline says a wind gust Saturday pushed the plane into a piece of electrical equipment on the tarmac at Owen Roberts International Airport, scraping the fuselage and denting its replaceable nose cone.  Cayman Airways says disruptions to the flight schedule were minor both twin otters were brought into service to pick up the slack until another plane could take over.

Back in March the SAAB was pulled from service due to minor damage after a jet blast from a private plane.

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