the SAS manager noted that the company can now put what happened behind and that you now can aim forward again.
" I think that we all have longed for during these days.
– That both parties actually showed a desire to move and meet. SAS has really tried to show that we want to find constructive solutions but was met a long time for a fairly secure location and ultimatima requirements, " says Rickard Gustafson.
– But in the end we came back into the förhandlingsrummet and then we were much more forward-looking. Then it became realförhandlingar and then came off it.
" I don't want to go into any details but yes, we have moved on us and pilotföreningen have moved on. SAS tried to avoid the conflict into the longest and thought that we put an attractive offer on the table. Unfortunately, they chose to say no to it and instead take out their members in a large-scale conflict. I regret this, and regret the fact that so many customers have been affected.
" It is clear that it is felt, it's large numbers we are talking about. But since we are a listed company, I want to come back with an exact figure. But there is certainly a considerable amount.
– It does not strengthen our kundkapital when we do not live up to our customer commitment. I regret this. There are many sad, and frustrated customers that didn't come off as they planned. But I hope that many of them have met the very dedicated SAS employee, who has put his whole soul, and made great sacrifices to try to help customers.
– First and foremost, we must up and fly again.
" We'll see. It can happen very exciting in the spring.
– The first flights will lift during the morning but it takes time before our entire network is up and running again. I urge customers to visit the website and check.
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