Pilots working for Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) in Norway have rejected a pay offer and called for strike action, just days after the airline sealed an agreement with its Danish flight-deck crews. SAS was facing a strike among its Danish crews, represented by the DPF union, but the planned walkout on Sept. 11 was called off after the two sides reached a three-year agreement. However, SAS is now facing another strike threat from the Norwegian Pilot Association (NSF), which could see action ...

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