Flights on several Nordic air routes will return to normal Feb. 24 following a settlement of a dispute between cabin crew and UK-based airline Flybe. Arguments over long-running attempts to agree a collective labor agreement saw around 17 round trips between Stockholm and several Swedish and Finnish destinations cancelled Feb. 22 and 23, affecting some 1300 passengers. Flybe operates the routes under a “white label” agreement with SAS with ATR 72 turboprops. If the dispute had ...

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