UAE steps in after power outage at Yemen airport.

Flights were grounded at Aden International Airport after the only generator on site broke down.

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The UAE had previously supplied a one-megawatt electricity generator to the airport to counter the threat of electrical outages.
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The UAE had previously supplied a one-megawatt electricity generator to the airport to counter the threat of electrical outages.

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The UAE flew to the rescue to provide a powerless airport in Yemen with a generator.

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Flights were grounded at Aden International Airport after the only generator on site broke down, reports state-held agency Wam.

But the UAE government, which had previously restored the airport with inspection equipment, computers and a fully-equipped medical clinic, supplied electric generators to get passengers on the move once more.

The UAE had previously supplied a one-megawatt electricity generator to the airport to counter the threat of electrical outages.

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