Andrew Edwards, Staff Writer
Posted: 04/19/2012 06:17:07 PM PDT

SAN BERNARDINO – Attorneys for the bankrupt SBD Airport Services are asking a federal judge to force San Bernardino International Airport administrators to restore the company’s access to the airport’s fueling facilities.

“Defendants’ wrongful conduct, including but not limited to the purported termination of the Fuel Agreement … will cause great and irreparable injury,” the complaint reads.

The complaint also alleges that SBD Aircraft Services suffered at least $20 million in damages after airport managers blocked the company from SBIA’s fueling facilities in February.

The attorneys filed their new complaint on Tuesday in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Riverside. SBD Airport Services sought bankruptcy protection in early March and the company has claimed SBIA’ leaders have tried to cripple their business operations.

SBD Aircraft Services is one of multiple companies at SBIA that are managed by Scot Spencer. SBD Aircraft services declared bankruptcy in March after the airport’s interim chief, A.J. Wilson, blocked the Spencer-managed SBD Properties from accessing the airport’s “fuel farm.”

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