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SAS answer: the Strike is called off
"SAS answer: the Strike is called off"

"”SAS will try to appease the market with cheap tickets”"

"the Parties in the SAS-the conflict is agreed."

"After seven-day strike, the conflict is now resolved."

"– It will take at least a day before the traffic is back up and running in a normal rhythm, " says Rickard Gustafsson, SAS ceo."

"During the strike, there have been hundreds of suspend departures, only on Thursday was it in 709 departures. In total more than 300 000 passengers affected by the cancellation of the resignations."

"the Negotiations with the Norwegian Rismekleren, corresponding to the Swedish national mediation office began during the Wednesday morning and according to the initial information they would have been clear at the time 14 the same day. But the negotiations have dragged on for some time, over 30 hours. "

"Just the news that the parties were close to a solution was the SAS share to rush in Copenhagen. At the same time think flyganalytiker that when the conflict is over, SAS will want to repair their relationship to the customers, it can mean many cheap tickets."

"– The SAS is likely to do when the strike is over is to try to appease the market in the form of cheap tickets and great deals for Eurobonuskunder, says flyganalytikern Hans Jörgen Elnæs, Winair to E24."

"the Negotiations dragged on and at 22 on Thursday evening the news came that the strike is now called off. "

" – We can put the conflict behind us, and I deeply regret to customers. Now we look forward", says Rickard Gustafsson."

"the SAS will work to get traffic as quickly as possible. "

" I would like to ask our stranded passengers to apologize. It will take at least a day before we are back in normal rhythm, " says Gustafsson. "

"On the morning of Friday SAS announced that no English departures has been cancelled."

"– Generally, the flights started again, but it will be some disruption which lasts until the evening. Tomorrow it will be much better regularity, " says Karin Nyman, press officer at SAS."

"380 000 passengers were affected by the strike."

"380 000 passengers have been stranded and according to the ceo, they will receive compensation if they are entitled to it. "

"– We follow the laws and rules that are in place and they have a right to compensation, they will also get it. "

"What exactly is the strike cost do not know the ceo of the moment, but it will be presented in the interim report on 28 may. "

"this has cost us a lot of money but also very much confidence", says Rickard Gustafsson. "

"In a press release from the Swedish pilotförening write that it has been a challenging negotiation. "

" It has been a very difficult negotiation process which has been ongoing since 11 march. A process that after the mediation, unfortunately, ended in a strike, " says Wilhelm Tersmeden, chairman of the SAS section of the Swedish Pilotförening in the press release."

"Pilotledarna in the four scandinavian pilotföreningarna says in the press release that you can recommend to their members of the agreement. "

"– That we had made for our main requirements, and the overall outcome of the agreement means that we can now recommend the agreement for our members, " says the four pilotledarna in the message. "

"Aftonbladet has sought representatives from the Swedish pilotförening. "

"press RELEASE, Thursday 2 may 2019"

"Pilotstrejken in the SAS called off"

"the SAS-pilots have reached agreement with SAS on a new collective agreement that secures their pilots' job security and gives more predictability around work schedules.nAvtalet provides the conditions for a strike can be blown of in Denmark, Norway and Sweden."

"Friday, april 26, was suspended for the mediation process between the SAS pilots in Denmark, Norway and Sweden, and 1409 pilots in Denmark, Norway and Sweden went on strike.nParterna met to the new mediation of Riksmekleren in Norway on Wednesday, 1 may, and after mediation for over 30 hours, it has reached agreement on a three-year agreement."

"– The last day has been challenging, but we have managed to agree on an agreement to put an end to the strike, " says Wilhelm Tersmeden, chairman of the SAS section of the Swedish Pilotförening."

" It has been a very difficult negotiation process which has been ongoing since 11 march. A process that after the mediation, unfortunately, ended in a strike. We tried to check in the longest to avoid conflict and we deeply regret that it has hit both passengers, colleagues and other professionals related to the aviation industry, " says Tersmeden."

"the Impact of job security and better predictability of scheduling.nAlldeles before the negotiations start, SAS unilaterally removed the two collaboration agreements that govern the pilots ' job security and career paths. The pilots have, therefore, feared for their future in SAS. The strike has put a stop to that SAS can unilaterally dictate the contracts and the pilots have now received back the agreements."

"– The most important thing for us has been to ensure that our members do not lose jobs, and that they have job security. We have been successful and the agreements are now included as a part of the collective agreement. We also have in place a schemaläggningsordning which provides a more predictable workday. The proportion of pilots in the group, with predictable schedules, increased from 40 % to 60 %, says Tersmeden."

"the Agreement provides a wage increase of 3.5% in 2019, 3% in 2020 and 4 percent in 2021. SAS's requirements on the pilots a pay increase of 3 percent. In the negotiations, they also desired to address to the SAS-pilots market is far behind their european colleagues and that the pilots have a significantly eftersläp based in a large wage and pensionsnedgång as the pilots did in 2012, when the SAS was close to bankruptcy. It has been an ambition to reduce some of this gap in the conditions, but the most important has been the job security and predictable working hours. SAS will continue to be a scandinavian business with secure and predictable employment conditions."

"pilot network in common förhandlingarnSAS have not desired that the four scandinavian pilotföreningarna to negotiate assembled, but through the organization of the SAS Pilot Group (SPG), the SAS pilots called for joint negotiations."

"– the Importance of stand together in the negotiations with a business that spans national borders has been crucial to that we have been able to achieve an acceptable result for our members, " says Tersmeden.n– The massive support from our members in all three countries has been invaluable for the negotiating delegation during the negotiation, mediation and strike. We are also very excited for the stated support we received from colleagues, other organizations and the public in general, " says pilotledarna in the four scandinavian pilotföreningarna."

"– That we had made for our main requirements, and the overall outcome of the agreement means that we can now recommend the agreement for our members, " concludes the four pilotledarna."

"the SAS Pilot Group consists of the Danish Pilotforening, Norske SAS-flygeres Association, Scandinavian Norway Flygerforening and Swedish Pilotförening. The SAS Pilot Group organises 95% of all SAS pilots in Denmark, Norway and Sweden. "

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