Taiwan’s China Airlines (CAL) is seeking compensation from Australia’s Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport, after two ground handling incidents resulted in significant delays for the carrier’s return flights, according to CAL spokesperson Jason Liu. On the evening of April 2, Liu said a baggage carrier vehicle from another flight struck the nose wheel of CAL’s Airbus A350-900, which was preparing for the return flight to Taipei. The flag carrier had to delay the ...

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