Irish lessors lose latest round in fight to overturn Garuda’s restructuring plan
Two Irish lessors fighting the US$9.5 billion restructuring of Indonesia’s national airline have failed to wind up the company in Australia after a judge in Sydney found it is "immune" from the jurisdiction of the Australian courts.
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