Due to the pilots' strike of SAS, the national carrier in Denmark, Norway and Sweden, flights have been canceled since Friday. Over the weekend, about 170,000 passengers affected the strike. Numbers brought by AP.
On Sunday and Monday, a total of 13 flights between Prague and Oslo, Stockholm and Copenhagen, including 7 arrivals and 6 departures, are canceled from Václav Havel Airport in Prague. It is not yet clear when the strike will end. The cancellation of a total of 1,213 flights on Monday and Tuesday will affect a total of 110,000 passengers.
"We very much regret the inconvenience for our clients on domestic, European and long-haul flights," said AP, according to AP.
The strike began on Friday after the negotiations between the unions representing the pilots and the management of Scandinavian Airlines. One day of the strike will come out according to Jacob Pedersen, an analyst at Danish bank Sydbank, at 60 to 80 million Swedish kronor, which is equivalent to about 145 to 194 million crowns.
Check out the Nova TV report on the SAS pilots strike: