Airbus hits back at Qatar with $220 mln claim in A350 row over undelivered planes

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Airbus is seeking $220 million in damages from Qatar Airways in a dispute over undelivered passenger jets.

The UK court claim for damages, in connection with two undelivered A350s, came after Qatar Airways sued the planemaker for $600 million in an escalating contractual and safety dispute over damage to the surface of part of the fleet of jets.


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Airbus also wants to recover credits awarded to the airline, a filing showed on Monday, in a move offering a rare glimpse of negotiating details in the secretive global jet industry.

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