SAS To Cut 4,000 Summer Flights As Shortages Bite

Credit: SAS
Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) plans to cut around 4,000 flights from its schedules at the height of the northern hemisphere summer season. Like many carriers, SAS is suffering from bottlenecks in retraining staff, as well as lack of personnel at the airports it serves. SAS has decided to cut around 5%...
Alan Dron

Based in London, Alan is Europe & Middle East correspondent at Air Transport World.

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