Finnair said Friday that it was returning to normal flight schedules "step by step" following a two-day strike by its cabin staff (ATWOnline, Oct. 20). The carrier and the SLSY union reportedly reached a settlement late Friday in which Finnair agreed to hire new flight attendants recruited through its Aero subsidiary under its internal labor agreement rather than the national collective labor agreement. The airline warned that the arrangement might affect the number of flight attendants ...

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