Hundreds of cancelled flights at SAS Airlines due to strike
Because of a three-day pilot strike, 673 flights from carrier Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) were dropped on Friday. There has been a compensation struggle between the administration of the organization and the pilots for quite a while. The intercession of a middle person couldn’t offer an answer. The vast majority of the residential, European and intercontinental flights of the Scandinavian aircraft have been dropped. In excess of six hundred flights don’t leave because of the activities, which confounds the sightseeing plans of around 72,000 travelers. It is indistinct what this implies for Dutch travelers. SAS client administration was not accessible on Friday morning.
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