Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) has agreed on a new collective bargaining agreement with Swedish pilot union SPF, drawing an end to a strike that started June 10. “The parties have agreed on a new collective bargaining agreement and all flights in Sweden will resume as soon as possible,” SAS said in a statement. “The pilots will resume work and the air traffic is expected to normalize during the next days.” SAS was expecting some 240 of its Swedish-pilot operated ...

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