The airport authority of Manila, Philippines, will seek at least PHP15 million ($280,000) from XiamenAir to cover costs of a runway overrun at the city’s Ninoy Aquino International Airport on Aug. 16. The amount covers damage to runway lights and the cost of moving the aircraft, the authority’s general manager Eddie Monreal said. “All we spent during the recovery operations will be charged to XiamenAir,” Monreal told ANC television. The cost could exceed the initial ...

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