Scandinavian Airline SAS Files For Bankruptcy In U.S. 1,000 pilots go on strike, forcing Scandinavian Airlines to cancel hundreds of flights

SAS — the flag carrier of Denmark, Norway, and Sweden — filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in the United States on Tuesday, one day after a thousand of its pilots called for a strike.

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SAS will continue to serve its customers as normal, although the strike by SAS Scandinavia pilots’ unions will impact the flight schedule.
Flights operated by SAS Link, SAS Connect and their wetlease partners (Air Baltic (BT), CityJet (WX), XFLY (EE) are not affected by a strike, see if your flight is affected before traveling to the airport – Flight status

The airline is canceling more than half of its scheduled flights, adding to widespread travel disruptions already occurring across Europe. As of 8 a.m. Eastern Time on Tuesday, SAS had canceled 236 flights, a 78% of its daily volume. In Norway, these include 21% of flights departing Oslo Gardermoen Airport; 16% leaving Tromso Airport, and 15% of flights departing Trondheim and Kristiansand airports.

Confirm flights if booked to fly on Scandanavian Airlines through July 9. Do not check out of accommodations until onward travel is confirmed. Arrive early at airports to prevent your seat from being allocated to a standby passenger. Consider alternate arrangements for critical travel.