After a fifteen-day pilot strike that caught out thousands of passengers, SAS and the pilot unions have reached an agreement on new collective bargaining agreements. This means that the pilot strike, which started on July 4 by some 900 pilots in Sweden, Denmark, and...
Scandinavian carrier SAS warns that it will have to radically downsize its operations and fleet, and even sell strategic assets if the pilot strike continues much longer. The strike, which started on July 4, has already cost the airline some SEK 1.0 to 1.3 billion and...
UPDATE – SAS has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection at the New York Southern District Court on July 5. This follows a day after pilot unions announced a strike after they and the unions failed to reach an agreement. SAS files for Chapter 11. “The...
The hit came quickly in March. Traffic literally disappeared and US airlines scrambled to reconfigure their businesses. The switch was exceptionally tough because the industry had just completed its best year ever – record load factors, unfettered growth, and great...
News US airline scope clauses are a part of the pilot union agreements with major airlines that restrict the number of aircraft that regional airlines can operate on behalf of the major airlines. Typically, that clause restricts the number of aircraft that can be...
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