Drinks firm Bacardi sues American Airlines over missing cases of Cognac
According to court documents filed on April 19, 2022 and reported by US media, 420 cases went missing after a flight between Paris and Los Angeles on September 20, 2021.
Bacardi states in the court documents that 24 pallets with 1,680 cases of Cognac were loaded into the aircraft, but some were unaccounted for at the other end.
It’s not clear whether the French brandy was lost or stolen, but Bacardi states it is American that needs to pay the bill.
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