Scandinavian airline SAS announced late yesterday that pilots have agreed to end their strike a strike “The parties have agreed on a new collective bargaining agreement and all flights in Sweden will resume as soon as possible,” the company’s statement said. The deal to end the strike includes a 2.2% pay increase according to SAS. The pilots had demanded a 3.5% increase.”We had hoped for more, but we succeeded nevertheless to get a new pay scale for young pilots. They now have much better salaries,” Peter Larsson, union head for SAS pilots told the Swedish news agency TT. Since the

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