" We're continuing to inform passengers that suffer, but recommend all to visit our website to check what applies to now when the traffic should pull the trigger as usual, Freya Annamatz at the SAS press office.
It may take some time before everything has returned to normal, she points out, and believes that it is a natural consequence after an ”extremely extraordinary event”. Some precise details about how many flights which has been cancelled or delayed, SAS has not.
have counted to 61 cancellations on 14 of the 15 airports where SAS flies. At Swedish airports look better and the airline inculcates that changes occur continuously, and to update its website regularly.
1.600 pilots have been on strike since april 26 since the transport companies and the Swedish pilotförening not been able to agree on a new agreement. The parties stood very far from each other – requirements of 2.3% and 13% salary increase – but the negotiations reached on Thursday in the case.
the Text is updated.
Pilotföreningen: We are satisfied with the agreement,
Andreas Lindberg: SAS has a lot of work ahead of it to minimize the damage