Qatar Airways says Lindner Depa added 'insult to injury'
- Qatar: Thursday, January 03 - 2013 at 06:46
Qatar Airways CEO Akbar al-Baker has said the recent statement by German Emirati joint venture, Lindner Depa Interiors (LDI), has added "insult to injury" by denying that its delay caused huge damages and that LDI should pay compensation for such damages, Gulf Times has reported. "As the main user of the new airport, as the airport operator and as an airline contracting the services of many companies to work at the airport, Qatar Airways has every legal right to pursue compensation claims for the delayed opening of the New Doha International Airport," said al-Baker. "Lindner Depa has seriously defaulted and must take responsibility for their inactions and poor approach to the project that has had a terrible domino effect along the supply chain. This is not the first time that Lindner Depa has defaulted in Qatar using similar excuses."
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