After refusing for more than year to provide any corporate records to assist compensation claim against it, Malaysia Airlines has suddenly changed course and agreed to hand over almost all of the documents it has been so desperate to keep secret.
Allianz reportedly offering $250,000 capped payments for each Australian victim
Documents released include crew medical certificates, operational notes, procedures, flight plan
Allianz is nearly all that is legally left of MH brand since the entity now flying it claims no legal obligation
The surprise development emerged during a Federal Court Directions Hearing in Sydney on Tuesday in a case involving the adult children of four MH370 passengers — Rod and Mary Burrows, and Bob and Cathy Lawton.
It is thought to be the most advanced of all court actions against Malaysia Airlines and the lead insurer, global aviation insurance heavyweight Allianz.