Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) has reached a last-minute labor deal with Norwegian short-haul pilots, averting one set of potential strike action. SAS has been working since April to secure new collective labor deals with its Norwegian and Swedish pilots. The talks between SAS and Norwegian pilot unions NSF and SNF went to mediation on June 7-8 and no resolution was reached before the midnight deadline on June 8. However, the two sides agreed to continue negotiations and, on June 9, SAS ...

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