The U.S. Bankruptcy is considering a claim by Pilatus Aircraft that Hawker Beechcraft is using its intellectual property for the production of the Pilatus-designed airframe used for the T-6/AT-6 military trainer and should be required to pay continued royalties. The court last week held a hearing on the initial claim and has scheduled a follow-up hearing on the issue Aug. 30. The Swiss plane maker claims that Hawker Beechcraft stopped royalty payments for the aircraft after it ...

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