Finnair promises to fly despite possible strike - report.
Finnish airline Finnair Plc has reportedly announced that it would organise return flights even during the cabin crew strike that could begin on 12 March 2005.
The company reportedly said that it could fly package tour customers back to Finland using supervisory personnel.
Finnair was also looking into using temporary labour and renting aircraft.
The strike would initially affect only the Finnish airline Finnair and Blue1, the Scandinavian Airlines subsidiary, reported the Finnish news agency STT.
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|Date:||Feb 25, 2005|
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