SAS said it will initiate discussions with Bombardier regarding compensation of approximately SEK500 million ($76.7 million) for the costs and lost income incurred due to the three-week grounding of its Q400s, according to German news agency DPA. CEO Mats Jansson reportedly said in Copenhagen that the company's two Q400 accidents cost a combined SEK200 million, with the hundreds of resulting cancellations accounting for the remaining SEK300 million. Last week it estimated that the grounding ...

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