Honeywell, 2 Others Sued Over Deadly Ireland Plane Crash

Law360, Chicago (December 10, 2012, 3:52 PM EST) -- Honeywell International Inc. and two other aerospace industry firms were targeted in an Illinois lawsuit Thursday alleging that they are liable for aircraft defects behind a fatal February 2011 plane crash in Ireland.

Five passengers and the estate administrators for four who were allegedly killed in the crash sued Honeywell, Elbit Systems Ltd. unit M7 Aerospace LP and aviation systems provider Woodward Governor Co. in state court over the parts and services they allegedly provided for the plane that crashed during a landing attempt at Cork...
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