July 2, 2022. HELSINKI, Finland.
SAS welcomes the mediators’ decision as it continues to be the company’s firm ambition to reach an agreement and avoid a strike.
After weeks of mediation, the mediators have, together with SAS and the SAS Scandinavia pilots’ unions, decided to further postpone the strike announced by the pilots’ unions until 4 July 2022 12.01 PM CET. SAS welcomes the mediators’ decision as it continues to be the company’s firm ambition to reach an agreement and avoid a strike.
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