SAS Scandinavian Airlines has had to cancel around 180 flights over the past five days after it grounded the fleet of 10 Bombardier CRJ900 regional jets operated by wholly owned subsidiary Cimber for precautionary undercarriage checks. The CRJ900s are flown by Danish regional Cimber on behalf of SAS on thinner European routes. The decision to pull the aircraft from the schedules came after “we had an indication of a problem with the landing gear on a flight from Frankfurt to ...

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