According to the SAS editor-in-chief Freya Annamatz there are currently no negotiations between the airline and the pilots ' unions.
"We want nothing other than to the parties to return to negotiations as soon as possible so that no more passengers are affected," she says.
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the Company has set up a large number of flights on Saturday, affecting around 34 000 passengers. Tens of thousands of people can be affected every day as pilots in Sweden, Denmark and Norway are on strike.
– During the morning we will take a decision on the flights in the morning. Passengers who have booked flights on Sunday book of them and get the money back if they are affected by the strike, " says Freya Annamatz.
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the Majority of SAS Swedish domestic flights have been cancelled but also many flights within Europe and long-haul flights. Total affected around 70 per cent of SAS's flights, and the conflict is estimated to cost the company 60 to 80 million per day.
Several flights with rival Norwegian sold out on Friday at prices as low hundreds of pounds over the the normal normal.
When the stockholm stock exchange closed on Friday, had the SAS share has gone down by more than five per cent.
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