SAS Strike Over
A strike by cabin crew at the Swedish division of Scandinavian airline SAS is over and flights will resume as normal on Wednesday, the company said on Tuesday.
The strike had forced SAS, which is half owned by the governments of Sweden, Norway and Denmark, to ground flights for five days in a row, but a deal with union HTF was reached during the night, SAS Sweden said in a statement.
The strike, which broke out over working conditions, such as breaks for rest and eating, hit most flights in and out of Sweden, with the exception of traffic to Asia and the United States.
Flights will remain grounded on Tuesday.