Fri, Nov 10, 2006
Aviace Suing Planemaker For Breach Of Contract
A lawsuit against Albuquerque,
NM-based Eclipse Aviation suffered an early defeat this week, as
the United States District Court for the District of New Mexico
denied Aviace Limited's request for a preliminary injunction
against the very-light-jet manufacturer.
In denying Aviace's request, the court found that "Aviace has
not shown a substantial likelihood of prevailing on the merits of
any of its claims." The finding concluded with "Therefore,
Aviace's Application for Preliminary Injunction must be
As Aero-News reported, Swiss
start-up company Aviace is suing the company, after it says Eclipse
first delayed, then cancelled, a 112-plane order the company says
it made four years ago.
Aviace alleges the situation is all about money -- that Eclipse
deliberately cancelled the order, so it could sell the same planes
to another customer at greater profit.
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