Airport services firm takes Bahrain Air to court
- Bahrain: Thursday, March 07 - 2013 at 06:51
Bahrain Airport Services (BAS) has sued Bahrain Air, which announced on February 12 it was going into voluntary liquidation, for at least BD2m in unpaid fees, Gulf Daily News has reported, citing unnamed sources. BAS, the company responsible for providing catering, cargo, engineering and other ground handling services at Bahrain International Airport, had not been paid by Bahrain Air for its services "for years," said the sources. The carrier, which is said to have run up debts of more than BD17m to the government, has blamed the "unstable political and security situation in Bahrain" since 2011 for severely damaging its business.
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