Swiss International Air Lines said Friday that it has been forced to cancel 112 flights, or 2.7% of its operations, through Oct. 27 because of a pilot shortage. It cancelled 11 flights last weekend. Flights to Frankfurt, Munich, Dusseldorf, Birmingham, Brussels, Milan Malpensa and Warsaw will be affected over the next two weeks. Swiss said the decision was forced by an unusually high rate of pilots calling in sick. The carrier faced a two-day strike Sept. 26-27 by pilots flying for its Swiss ...

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