PARIS — Satellite fleet operator SES asked the bankruptcy court handling in-flight-connectivity provider Global Eagle Entertainment (GEE) to force GEE to pay the final installment in a contract to purchase eight transponders on an SES satellite.
SES’s claim is one of many being filed with the Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware following the court’s Oct. 10 decision to move forward with the sale of GEE’s assets to a group of GEE creditors.
These creditors had come together . . .
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