UPDATE: SAS flights back on track as strike ends

Even the management was forced to help load baggage

The strike has ended and SAS flights are once again getting back on schedule.

Original story below:


A strike by SAS Ground Handling staff has grounded pretty much all SAS flights at Copenhagen Airport.

The SAS flights have been delayed to at least 12-12:15, according to the airport’s departure information.

According to TV2 News, members of SAS management have been forced to help load baggage.

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CPH Airport encourages passengers to keep updated on the situation via the airport app.

The ground handlers have indicated they will go back to work some time today, though they would not specify when.





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