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NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-December 10, 2010--Finnair cabin crew stops strike(C)2010 M2 COMMUNICATIONS

10 December 2010 - Finnish flag carrier Finnair Oyj (HEL: FIA1S) said late on Thursday that the strike of its cabin crew ended upon acceptance of a settlement proposal regarding the collective agreement.

Most of Finnair's traffic will return to normal during the weekend, the company said.

The collective agreement will assure costs cuts via improved long-haul traffic work productivity, said Mika Vehvilainen, Finnair's president and CEO.

The strike started on 30 November as the negotiations on a new agreement, which started in February 2010, have not proceeded in the desired direction. The SLSY's collective agreement ended in April 2010.

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