Finnair announced Monday that its flights are “back to normal” after cabin crew members went back to work “without delay” Friday following agreement on a new wage proposal made by state mediator Esa Lonka. The strike—which also expanded last week to include fuel delivery, catering, check-in services, ground handling, de-icing, cargo and postal services—forced Finnair to ground more than two-thirds of its flights since the strike began Nov. 30 (ATW ...

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