Norway - Fresh threat of strike action in Scandinavian Airlines - January 31, 2020

Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) is facing more turbulence this spring, just a year after striking pilots grounded most flights in and out of Norway, Sweden and Denmark. Now SAS flight attendants want more predictable work schedules and higher pay. Their current contract expires on March 31. A majority of flight attendants want more permanent duty schedules, while SAS management wants to retain as much flexibility as possible.

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