Danish SAS cabin crew on strike

At least 60 Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) flights have been cancelled after Danish cabin crew went on strike again on Saturday.

SAS said that 30 departures from Copenhagen have been cancelled, while Copenhagen's airport said that 30 arrivals have also been cancelled.

UPDATE: On Sunday, around 40 SAS are expected to be cancelled because of the strike.

There were around 75 employees from the cabin crew that did not come to work Saturday morning, according to Danish TV2. The cabin crew are going to have a meeting about the decision to transfer 147 employees to subsidiary company Cimber.