Southwest Airlines is suing Wells Fargo Bank over its refusal to accept the return of one Boeing 737 aircraft that has come off lease and another that comes off lease early next year after the bank accused the carrier of returning the aircraft with replacement engines that do not comply with the terms of the contracts. Wells Fargo is “demanding” that Southwest pay a penalty, the airline says in a suit filed with the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas. According to ...
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