SAS Scandinavian Airlines said it was forced to cancel hundreds of domestic and European flights from Copenhagen and Norway yesterday and this morning due to a strike by its Denmark-based pilots and a sickout by pilots at its SAS Braathens subsidiary. An announcement on Copenhagen Airport's website said "most flights" were called off and that passengers holding tickets for all but the "few flights" unaffected by the work stoppage were "advised not to come to the airport." SAS said on its ...

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