Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) pilots threatened to go on strike after labor negotiations with the airline collapsed. Without a last-minute agreement, a strike could begin April 26. The SAS Pilot Group called for the action after it said the two sides could not reach an agreement on predictable working hours and market-based salaries. The group consists of SAS pilots from four unions: the Danish Pilots Association, the Norwegian SAS Flyers Association, Scandinavian Norway Flygerforening and ...

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