1/31: Boeing seeking $40.4 million from HA

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1/31: Boeing seeking $40.4 million from HA

Uh-oh... non-delivery of jets. Of course, this was something that was destined to happen...

<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">Boeing Capital Corp. is seeking $40.4 million in damages from Hawaiian Airlines for the nondelivery of three airplanes.

Boeing is owed $16.7 million for the nondelivery of a 767 plane and $23.7 million for the return of two 717s, said Russ Young, spokesman for Boeing.

"These are damages that we believe reflect our damages as a result of not delivering those aircrafts," said Anil Patel, director of International Region for Boeing.

The claim also reflects the amount Boeing is spending to modify and reconfigure the two 717s for the new leaseholder, AirTrans Airways. The 767, which was delivered to Hawaiian in April, was sold to a foreign carrier for an undisclosed amount, Patel said.</font>
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