A US federal judge in New York has reserved judgment on whether United Continental Holdings (UCH) bears responsibility for damages caused by the hijacked American Airlines 767 that crashed into the World Trade Center’s north tower on 9/11. According to a Reuters report, UCH urged the court to deny World Trade Center Properties’ (WTCP) claim for damages relating to AA Flight 11. The Thursday hearing in New York was connected to the pending trial in which WTCP will seek $2.8 ...

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