Finnair has signed an agreement with Norwegian crew management company OSM Aviation to outsource cabin services on approximately 20 long- and short-haul routes over the next two years after union talks failed to hit its €18 million ($24 million) cost-cutting target. The move is part of Finnair’s €200 million ($263 million) cost-savings program, which was launched in 2011. The Finland flag carrier had hoped to hit its €18 million cost-saving target through negotiations ...

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