The SAS are likely to do when the strike is over is to try to improve the market, both in the form of cheap tickets and great deals for Eurobonus customers, " says flyganalytiker Hans Jørgen Elnæs in Winair to the newspaper.
Despite the fact that SAS already gone on a hefty economic blow, in connection with the strike, with the sums u ppemot 80 million per day, it is, according to Hans Jørgen Elnæs not unreasonable that prices may drop when the customers ended up caught in the middle.
– It is uncertain whether they can afford it, this is after the costly strike, " says Frode Steen, professor and expert in aviation research at the business School in Norrköping.
sink, it may mean that the competing airline Norwegian also try to match the prices.
– A way to show that they want to give something back is to come up with some deals, so I assume they have in their planning. And then comes a Norwegian to match it, so there can be many cheap tickets after the strike is over, " he says.
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