Finnair, one of the airlines most affected by the volcanic ash crisis, said its flight schedule likely will return to normal over the weekend. On Thursday it operated only around 30% of its European flights but was able to resume almost all of its long-haul flights. Seperately, Finnair Technical Services signed a maintenance agreement with Swedish charter airline TUIfly Nordic. The long-term agreement includes C checks for 757-200s and daily line maintenance in Helsinki for 757-200s and a ...

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