A strike by Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) pilots contributed to a second-quarter net loss of SEK933 million ($97.7 million), widened from a SEK349 million loss in the year-ago period, the carrier said May 28. The April 26-May 2 strike forced the airline to cancel about 4,000 flights, including 2,700 during the last five days of the February-April quarter, SAS said. The total impact on income before tax of the strike was an estimated SEK650 million, of which SEK430 million related to the ...

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