Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) has reached agreements with its pilot unions, ending a six-day strike that disrupted operations in Denmark, Norway and Sweden. The strike by 1,409 pilots, which began April 26, forced SAS to cancel more than 4,000 flights, affecting about 360,000 passengers, the airline said. In a May 2 statement, the carrier said three-year agreements had been reached with the SAS Pilots Group, which includes SAS pilots represented by the Danish Pilots Association, the ...

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