Bank of America isn't pleased with bankrupt Delphi, saying that the ailing parts-supplier hasn't made its last two lease payments on two private jets and is asking for a court order requiring prompt payment. Delphi, in the meantime, asserts that it needs the jets, as it has facilities in remote areas not serviced by commercial air carriers. Hey, Delphi, don't you supposedly make parts for things called cars? We're just askin'.
Delphi creditors fight for payments [Detroit News]
Cash-Strapped GM Buys Gulfstream Jets [Internal]