SAS Scandinavian Airlines announced on its website yesterday afternoon the conclusion of the pilots strike and sickout that had grounded hundreds of flights in Copenhagen and at its Braathens division in Norway since Monday (ATWOnline, Jan. 24). The pilots, who were protesting potential labor issues connected to SAS Group's split into national airline divisions, were expected back at work this morning. SAS estimated the strike cost it approximately DKK30 million ($4.9 million) per day, ...

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