Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) estimates that a five-day walkout over plans to transfer regional jet cabin crew to newly acquired Cimber will set it back SEK50 million ($5.8 million). “On Feb. 24 and between Feb. 27 and March 2, SAS cancelled 334 flights to/from Copenhagen due to work stoppages, in breach of contract, by parts of SAS’s cabin crew. This is expected to have a negative impact on earnings of SEK50 million,” SAS said at the release of its first-quarter results. In ...

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