SAS Scandinavian Airlines has agreed a new one-year collective bargaining agreement with Norwegian pilots’ union NSF, back-dated to April 1, ending seven days of strike action. “The negotiations have reached its objective after a strike that lasted for seven days and involved 17 pilots,” SAS said in a statement. The deal remains subject to a union vote. Talks between the airline and its union focused on job security, cutting complexity and enabling SAS react faster to ...

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