12/12/2019

ALAFCO sues Hong Kong Airlines as carrier saves licence

Hong Kong Airlines lives to fly another day after securing emergency funding, but is facing a $34.26 million lawsuit from lessor ALAFCO, along with a parent group with mounting debt.


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