With the growing dispute over “A321neo” Qatar Airways and “Airbus” are back in court

A British judge will decide on Tuesday whether European airline Airbus should continue building A321neo aircraft for Qatar Airways, with which it is blocked. in a controversy, a decision that has implications for billions of dollars in future airline deals, as their controversy resurfaces. the High Court of London.

In January, Airbus canceled the deal with the A321neo in response to Qatar’s refusal to take in delivers the A350s in a separate legal and safety dispute for damage to the surface of the larger aircraft.

The decision to cancel the “A321neo” agreement has alarmed some airlines, as the head of the International Air Transport Association described it as a “worrying” development. in a corner of the market, where “Airbus” enjoys most of the new orders.

Airbus accuses Qatar Airways, the A350’s largest customer, of planting false safety concerns to avoid catching in aircraft delivery in a moment of weak demand and a $ 1 billion claim.

Qatar Airways says it is fair to stop receiving A350 deliveries due to what it describes as real safety concerns from the Doha regulator in about gaps or corrosion in the lightning protection film, which was exposed due to cracked paint on more than 20 aircraft the A350 was grounded.

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