Polish airline denies it has got Boeing 787 compensation

Polish airline denies it has got Boeing 787 compensation
In this Nov. 15, 2012 file photo Polish Airlines LOT first Boeing 787 Dreamliner stands on the Chopin airport tarmac after arrival from the producer, in Warsaw, Poland.
WARSAW, Poland (AP) - Poland's LOT airline says it is still waiting for money from Boeing for the grounding of its two 787 planes.

In a statement Friday, LOT said its demands "have not been compensated in any form" by Boeing. LOT's aircraft were grounded earlier this year - along with the world's entire 787 fleet - after some of the planes developed battery problems.

LOT's statement contrasts with a recent comment from Boeing Chairman and CEO Jim McNerney that the aircraft manufacturer has finished paying those whose 787 were grounded.

The grounding and loss of revenue from passengers was a blow to LOT, which is undergoing a restructuring. The Polish government has said more than $30 million was last from cancelled flights alone.