The U.S. Bankruptcy Court on Aug. 14 is scheduled to consider a claim by Pilatus Aircraft that it is owed at least $1 million in royalty money by Hawker Beechcraft for the production of the Pilatus-designed airframe used for the T-6/AT-6 military trainer. The Swiss plane maker claims that Hawker Beechcraft stopped royalty payments for the aircraft after it entered Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in May, but should be directed to catch up and continue making the payments. Hawker ...
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