Strike action by some 400 Swedish pilots at Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) showed no sign of ending June 13, as the carrier announced 230 flights and 27,000 passengers would be affected. The pilots walked out June 10 after failing to agree on a new salary and conditions deal with the airline. This resulted in an estimated 380 services being canceled over the weekend, covering the majority of flights operated by Swedish pilots. In a statement, SAS said the pilot union SPF had turned down a ...

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