Embraer and Kazakh airline Air Astana have reached a resolution in principle to end the legal case about problems with the E190-E2. The two parties notified the New York County Supreme Court of their resolution in a letter on December 29 without disclosing details of the agreement. The case has been dragging on since July 2021. Embraer and Air Astana agree in principle to settle dispute.
Last Friday, the Supreme Court scheduled a telephone Preliminary Conference to discuss the status of the case, but the court was notified of the resolution a week earlier. The conference has now been adjourned for sixty days “to permit the parties to finalize the resolution.” The Court has set March 22 for the Preliminary Conference but wants to be advised no later than March 13 if no resolution can be agreed.
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