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J Morgan CFA • 3 months ago

*To say to all intents and purposes, already in the hands of its creditors.*
How misleading is that last line you published?
Have you considered that Boeing have yet to pay Norwegian over $125 million in compensation and pay back on $ millions paid by Norwegian for aircraft when Beoing broke the contracts they had with Norwegian AS.
Maybe Boeing are trying to get Rolls Royce to pay up £1.2 billion they owe Boeing for the failure of engines on 787 they supplied that were defective and they cost Norwegian AS a further $95 million .
Its time the likes of Boeing and Rolls Royce are held accountable by all airlines for the failures .
TUI were compensated $298 million for the grounding of there 737 max's by Boeing , so Norwegain AS are not in all tense and purposes already in the hands of creditors, creditors and shareholders have rights to have Norwegain AS pursue both rogue companys named above