Low-cost carrier Norwegian Air Shuttle has estimated that March’s 11-day pilot strike cost NOK350 million ($43 million) in additional expenses and lost future revenue, the airline said Friday. Despite the lengthy dispute, passenger numbers dropped by just 4% to 1.73 million, which was partly because the flights that did fly had higher-than-normal load factors of 82.4%. Norwegian said the canceled flights cost NOK120 million, plus NOK110 million for taking care of affected passengers. ...

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