Hong Kong’s third-largest airline has been hit with another lawsuit over unpaid rent in excess of US$2.9 million after its near-collapse earlier this month.
Hong Kong Airlines was on Monday sued by Awas Leasing One LLC for outstanding rent of US$2.925 million over two Airbus planes as of December 29.
The Dublin-based plaintiff also accused the crisis-hit airline of failing to comply with its grounding notice on December 19, effective the following day.
It is now seeking repayment plus interest, and injunction in respect of the airline’s alleged non-compliance and breach of two leases over the aircraft signed on April 22, 2016.
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