As investigators continue to probe the March 24 crash of the Germanwings Airbus A320 in the French Alps, Lufthansa, the parent company of the budget airline, faces uncertainty over liability and its own corporate ambitions, as an attorney notes the possible reputational fallout from the event. René Hebly a lawyer in the law firm SAP in Amersfoort, in the Netherlands, said the name of an airline can be linked to a crash for a long time, with sometimes dramatic effects.
07 april 2015
A.M. Best news service: Attorney: As Crash Probe Continues, Lufthansa Faces Reputational Fallout
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