SAS Scandinavian Airlines is facing the threat of two walkouts, as it seeks to hammer out labor deals with its Norwegian and Swedish pilots. SAS started collective labor agreement discussions with pilots from the two countries in April. However, it failed to reach a mediated agreement with Norwegian short-haul pilots by the midnight deadline on June 8 and its Swedish pilots have given notice of strike action on June 10. “SAS and the [Norwegian] pilot unions have agreed to continue ...

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