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The Association of Support Service Industries and the Finnish Cabin Crew Union (SLSY) have accepted a settlement proposal on the collective agreement of Finnair's cabin staff.

Following the settlement, the cabin crew strike that began on Tuesday last week will also end.

Most of Finnair's traffic is expected to now return to normal during this coming weekend.

"It's good that a solution has finally been reached. The most important thing is to get aircraft moving again and to end the strike that has inconvenienced our customers. Our cabin staff, who do excellent work, also want to get back to work," said Finnair's President & CEO Mika Vehvilinen. "The new agreement ensures that we can reduce costs through improved work productivity. We obtained necessary structural changes in long-haul traffic important for us."

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