Scandanavian Airlines will be forced to cancel a further 1,213 flights this week following Swedish, Norwegian and Danish pilots’ unions decision to strike on Friday. The cancellations last week left 170,000 travelers stranded over the weekend. Mediators say there are no signs of fresh negotiations and differences remains wide. Meanwhile, the airline has stated it is working “to reach a solution as quickly as possible.” Domestic, European and long-haul flights were affected last week, with only flights operated by SAS Ireland and airlines which were subcontractors of SAS not be affected by the strike. The strike followed a lack of

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