Customers have flocked back to SAS after the strike ended. The sale of SAS tickets in Norway has reached its peak with the time before the pandemic.
The sale of SAS tickets exploded almost as soon as the strike was over, writes Flysmart24.
– It was like hitting a breaker. Today, we can state that sales of SAS tickets are not just as good as before the strike. Sales are at the height of the time before the pandemic, i.e. a notch higher, says commercial director of Finn Reise, Terje Berge, to Flysmart24.
He says that the messages are the same from their partners in both Sweden and Denmark.
Conflict between SAS and pilots caused enormous losses to the company during the 15 days it lasted – an estimated DKK 100 million per day, or just under a billion DKK in total before it ended on 19 July.
The agreement that was brokered was accepted in a unanimous vote among the four pilot associations in Norway, Sweden and Denmark last Saturday.
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