SAS Scandinavian Airlines’ Sweden-based short-haul pilots walked out after salary negotiations ended without agreement. The strike came just 24 hours after the airline agreed on new terms with Norway-based pilots and after the pilots rejected mediators’ proposals for an agreement, the airline said. The proposed contract was on a par with that agreed upon with the Norwegian flight deck crew, it added. In the late afternoon of June 10, SAS said the immediate effect was that ...

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