SAS Pilots strike Over, an agreement Reached with Unions. The pilot strike at airline company SAS ended on Thursday evening thanks to an agreement between SAS and the pilot unions from Sweden, Norway and Denmark.
All SAS flights from Schiphol depart Friday as planned.
The parties have reached an agreement for the next three years on salaries, work schedules and working conditions.
SAS director Rickard Gustafson states he is relieved that the customers of the company will fly again soon.
The strike remained six days.
A total of about 4,015 flights were cancelled.
Three hundred sixty thousand passengers were affected by this.