SIA seeks out-of-court settlement


SINGAPORE Airlines (SIA), which is trying to avoid a lengthy and costly legal battle over the SQ006 crash, is taking steps to settle the matter out of court in the United States. 

It filed a motion in Los Angeles courts last week to give up the chance to use an argument from aviation laws in its defence against the 90 or so people who are suing it in the United States. 

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