Moscow airport seeks $4.5 million from bankrupt Ukrainian company
MOSCOW, January 9 - RAPSI. Sheremetyevo airport and TZK Sheremetyevo have filed lawsuits with the Moscow Commercial Court to recover approximately $4.5 million in debt from the Ukrainian Aerosvit airline, the court told the Russian Legal Information Agency (RAPSI/rapsinews.com) on Wednesday.
The court has scheduled the preliminary hearings in TZK Sheremetyevo's lawsuit for January 29. Meanwhile, the airport's lawsuit has been left motionless until January 18.
The court has obligated the airport to provide more detailed information regarding its claims.
On December 29, 2012, the Kiev Region Economic Court passed a ruling to initiate the company's bankruptcy proceedings. The airline had experienced financial difficulties.
Later, the company said that it planned to initiate reorganization procedures. The airline's flights were canceled worldwide and hundreds of passengers were left stranded in airports.