Norway’s high court, the Høyesterett, has upheld a previous ruling by a local court that Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) was guilty of misusing sensitive data from Norewegian Air on pricing and routes and must pay its rival NOK 175 million (nearly $30 million) in compensation. SAS has also been ordered to pay court costs. This ruling is the culmination of a long-running court battle between the two airlines following a dispute over SAS’ use of an electronic booking system called Amadeus that the two airlines shared following SAS’ acquisition of domestic airline Braathens. However SAS’ access to the system was supposed

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