Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) is facing a fifth day of pilot strikes across its operations in Denmark, Norway and Sweden, with another 546 flight cancellations anticipated for April 30. “The strike will affect an additional 61,000 passengers on Monday [April 29], when 667 flights are canceled across Scandinavia. On Tuesday [April 30], 49,000 passengers and 546 departures will be affected,” SAS said in a statement. SAS first warned of possible action on April 25, canceling 205 ...

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