Almost exactly one year ago, three British Airways Boeing 787 Dreamliners sustained engine damage from foreign object debris while at Chicago O’Hare. The airline needed to perform heavy maintenance on all six engines, resulting in unforeseen costs and canceled flights. BA has now launched a suit against the city of Chicago, requesting over $3 million in damages.
It may be the flag carrier of the UK, but when in Rome… British Airways is suing the city of Chicago for $3.2 million (approximately £ 2.4 million). The suit alleges that three of the carrier’s Boeing 787 Dreamliners had to be taken out of service after sustaining engine damage at Chicago O’Hare (ORD) between November 30th and December 1st, 2020.