SAS pilots approve collective wage agreement, averting fresh strikes

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Hundreds of Danish, Norwegian and Swedish pilots with the Scandinavian carrier SAS have voted in favour of a new collective wage agreement, ending the threat of fresh strikes. The pilot union members cast ballots in their respective countries and approved the agreement with the airline’s management, the unions announced on Saturday. In Denmark, 89% of the pilots entitled to vote took part, with 93% voting in favour. The unions initially left open how large the majority was in Norway and Sweden. The overall result is expected to be released next week. After tough negotiations, the unions and SA…

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