Airbus has filed a claim in a UK court to reclaim expenses caused by the Japan-based low-cost carrier (LCC) Skymark Airlines’ “default of contract,” Skymark spokesman Hiroyuki Sakata said. Airbus terminated the LCC’s contract for six Airbus A380s, worth around $2 billion, in July this year. The Toulouse-based manufacturer cited problems with repayment schedules as the reason for the termination, following a missed JPY800 million ($7.8 million) installment in ...

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