SAS signs agreement with the Norwegian Pilot Union

SAS has signed a new collective bargain agreement with the Norwegian pilot union NSF, after a strike that lasted for seven days and involved 17 pilots.
The Scandinavian carrier has now reached agreement with all of its pilot unions on contracts that "create conditions for future expansion".
The Norwegian pilot union NSF signed the agreement today as the last of the pilot unions and the agreement is now subject to a member voting.
The new collective bargain agreement is in force for one year and valid from April 1, 2015

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