Scandinavian carrier SAS is reported to be entering negotiations with its largest unions as part of its cost-cutting plans, according to Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten. “The biggest problem for SAS is costs, so that’s where we have to start,” SAS Chief Executive Anko van der Werff said. “Other airlines have cut costs and can fly more flexibly and efficiently. We need to be able to do that, too.” Van der Werff added that the airline would not make any money in 2022 and expects challenges in 2023. “The pandemic will have an effect for at least three to four years, and that
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