Manila Airport Wants XiamenAir To Pay For Overrun
SYDNEY—The airport authority of Manila, Philippines, will seek at least PHP15 million ($280,000) from XiamenAir to cover costs of a runway overrun at the city’s Ninoy Aquino International Airport on Aug. 16. The amount covers damage to runway lights and the cost of moving the aircraft, said Eddie...
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