PC Air, the privately owned Thai charter airline, has sued two South Korean business partners for 1.5 billion baht in compensation for damage to its reputation over a row which left 400 Thais stranded at Incheon International Airport in October last year.
The company had filed a complaint with local police in Incheon city against its South Korean sales agent, Skyjet, and oil company Jae Sin. Police were preparing to forward the case to prosecutors, PC Air’s chief executive Peter Chan told a press conference on Thursday.
PC Air accused the two companies of committing a financial crime by blackmailing it into paying them money through holding its passengers hostage.
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