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Polish airline LOT sues Boeing over design flaws in 737 MAX jets

27.10.2021 07:00
Polish air carrier LOT has filed a lawsuit against US aerospace giant Boeing over design flaws in 737 MAX aircraft, Poland's PAP news agency has reported.
Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft sit grounded at Boeing Field in Seattle, Washington, USA, in July 2019.
Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft sit grounded at Boeing Field in Seattle, Washington, USA, in July 2019. Photo: EPA/GARY HE

LOT is demanding compensation of at least PLN 1 billion (EUR 220 million, USD 250 million), according to the Polish state news agency.

The lawsuit, filed in a court in Seattle, was preceded by months of negotiations that failed to produce a settlement, PAP reported.

It cited LOT's spokesman Krzysztof Moczulski as confirming the report on Monday.

737 MAX aircraft were grounded worldwide in 2019 following two deadly crashes, the Reuters news agency reported.

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Source: PAP, Reuters