SAS Strike Over
The strike by Scandinavian Airlines System cabin crew, which grounded much of the airline’s European flights for five days, is over.
Since the strike started on Friday SAS cancelled around 1200 flights, affecting 90,000 passengers.
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.
The union representing the cabin crew union, HTF, also secured a 10.3 percent pay rise over three years.