SAS airline threatens to fire striking workers

SAS airlines.

SAS airline. Image by Eric Salard / CC BY-SA 2.0

As industrial action by cabin crews working for the airline SAS enters its fourth day, executives have told the striking employees that they will be fired if they don't end the strike by 12pm on Monday. The Danish Labour Court ruled on Sunday that workers had to resume operations, but the airline was forced to cancel 40 flights that day when workers disregarded the order. A further 51 flights have been cancelled as of Monday, affecting routes to and from Copenhagen Airport. Read more: thelocal.dk

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