The grounding of these planes is causing distress to SAS and even more upset at Bombardier. Speaking with Erkan Pinar of AirlineStrategy.com we review some information that has yet to reach the aviation media. Because of pointing fingers, SAS may have opened itself up to a lot of trouble and strife. If things pan out as Erkan suggests, SAS will have damaged its brand. In fact, if the rumors are true, Bombardier may not have to pay any compensation - and SAS will be eating humble pie. Yes, we think heads will roll.