VIENNA—Late May 2, Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) announced it had reached an agreement with its pilots—ending a six-day strike across its operations in Denmark, Norway and Sweden.The strike, which started Apr. 26, affected approximately 360,000 passengers by the cancellation of 4,015 flights. The...
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