New three-year agreement between SAS and Danish Pilot Association

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The FINANCIAL — SAS and DPF have now reached a new agreement.

This sets out a continued common ambition to create a long-term profitable SAS. The agreement is in line with the rest of the Danish labor market, and in addition, the parties have agreed to jointly work on cost-effectiveness, focusing on adapting pilot capacity according to the need for flexibility.

The changes in the aviation industry have just begun and the key to continued profitability is to meet the needs and expectations of travelers, according to SAS.


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