SAS passengers continue to suffer as a strike by the Scandinavian Airline’s pilots remains unresolved after nearly a week.
Over 1400 SAS pilots went on strike last Friday over pay and working conditions.
This led to an estimated 70% of SAS flights cancelled in Scandinavia, Europe and worldwide, and 300,000 passengers affected by those cancellations.
Pilot representatives were engaged in wage negotiations with the airline yesterday , but as of today (Thursday May 2) no breakthrough has been made.
Mediator, Mats Wilhelm Ruland, last night, said:
“The situation is still very much deadlocked. The parties have not been able to agree,”
504 flights were cancelled yesterday (Wednesday) with 47,000 passengers impacted.
Anyone with a booking for SAS Airlines is advised to check flight status prior to airport departure as SAS customers have been left stranded around the world due to the strike.
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