SAS Scandinavian Airlines' Danish cabin staff said they reached new terms with the carrier on Monday, averting a strike that would have halted both domestic and international flights from Denmark starting this weekend. The Danish Cabin Attendants Union said the one-year agreement covers a 3.5% wage hike, hours and other conditions, Reuters reported. It is effective retroactively from March and will run until Feb. 28, 2007.
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