SAS Pilot Strike in Norway – Agreement reached

SAS has now reached an agreement with the Norwegian pilots' unions and the strike has therefore been called off.

Norway, as one of the owners of the company, had previously paid 800 million NOK to SAS in a similar financial crisis in 2009 and 575 million NOK for another issue in 2010.

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SAS has now reached an agreement with the Norwegian pilots’ unions and the strike has therefore been called off.

Yesterday the Norwegian pilot strike escalated and SAS cancelled about 100 flights until 14 o’clock on Thursday morning.

Flights with Danish and Swedish SAS pilots were not affected.

Earlier today, SAS wrote that they have now reached an agreement with the Norwegian pilots’ unions and the strike has therefore been called off.

– We regret any inconvenience the strike may have caused our passengers and will do our utmost to ensure that everyone will be able to leave for their destinations.

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