A SAS plane ran directly into one of Nordic Airlinks planes at Arlanda, and now the two companies are disputing the costs of reparation.
Nordic Airlink demands that SAS pays for the reparation costs of the plane after a collision at Arlanda airport outside Stockholm, Sweden. A SAS plane inflicted great damage on the plane when it drove directly into the Nordic Airlinks plane.
The price tag of the reparation is about NOK 4.5 million (USD 624,860), and the two parties dispute how much of the costs are in fact do to collision and not due to other repair work, according to the Swedish paper, Västerbottens-Kuriren.
Nordic Airlink became one of SASs major competitors when the company started a route between Oslo and Stockholm this fall.
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