Travel in Europe has become more difficult after the SAS pilots’ strike

LONDON—Pilots at Scandinavia’s main airline have walked out, sparking a strike that the carrier says will hamper operations and add to a growing list of air travel problems on both sides of the Atlantic.

Approximately 1,000 pilots at SAS which has hubs in Denmark, Sweden and Norway, began the strike after talks with management broke down earlier on Monday. SAS said it would cut around half of all scheduled flights each day of the strike, with cancellations already piling up. The airline has warned that the financial fallout from the industrial action could jeopardize the company’s survival.


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