Tomorrow (Thursday) the Scandinavian aviation authorities will again decide whether the grounding will be lifted.
Anyway, even if they allow Q400 flights again, then it seems like SAS has cancelled all Q400 ops until at least Tuesday next week.
They have an unknown number of planes which in any case need repair and new spares before they can fly again. Planes which didn't pass the special landing gear inspection as dictated by Bombardier.
If they fly on Tuesday, then that means a total of 783 cancelled flights while 8 other airlines have helped SAS by performing 331 SAS Danmark flights. Those airlines are SAS Norway, Spanair, Cimber Air, Sterling Airlines, Jet Time, Atlantic Airways, DAT (Danish Air Transport) and MyTravel.
Especially Cimber Air is busy doing roughly half of those 331 flights with their quite small ATR and CRJ fleet.
The situation is much the same in Sweden.
SAS Norway is less severely hit, but that's mainly because all Q400 flights between Denmark and Norway are operated by SAS Danmark.
Always keep your number of landings equal to your number of take-offs