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 New York County Supreme Court has denied a motion of Embraer, in which it sought to strike compensation by Air Astana for damages related to issues with its fleet of E190-E2. The court wants Embraer to provide more answers to Air Astana’s claims first and present...
Brazilian airframer Embraer upholds its position that the lawsuit of Air Astana over quality issues with its five E190-E2s is unfounded and that any obligation to pay financial compensation to the airline is out of the question. Embraer restates its position in a...
Do you remember the fallout between an airline and an aircraft manufacturer over quality issues and safety concerns? No, we aren’t talking Qatar Airways versus Airbus here, but Air Astana versus Embraer. The dispute came to light last July and got only limited...
Air Astana and Embraer are embroiled in legal battle. The national carrier from Kazakhstan has filed a lawsuit against Embraer with the Supreme Court of New York State on July 2. It seeks compensation for at least $12 million in costs related to warranty and quality...
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