Hawker Beechcraft has reported that a tribunal of the International Chamber of Commerce has ruled that the airframer owes Airbus $14.2 million to settle a complaint between the two.

Airbus had asked for $60 million to cover lost revenue from Hawker "unilaterally" reducing the number of shipsets of fuselages, wings, track kits and spare parts it was under contract to build at its plant at Broughton in the UK for the Hawker line of business jets. Hawker, for its part, launched a $10 million counterclaim against Airbus.

Complaint aside, Hawker continues to receive its jet components from Airbus under a long-term contract despite ramping up its sheet metal operations in Mexico.

Source: Flight International