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travelers in northern Europe face kale softer pilots went on strike at Scandinavian airline SAS airports in Norway Sweden and Denmark worst affected around seventy percent of the airline's flights set to be canceled that's likely to affect about one hundred and seventy thousand passengers over the weekend , labor unions called the strike off to talks on wages and working conditions failed they say at crew often end up working over seven straight weekends now that warning the pilots already for a prolonged stoppage with those seats for the airline cooled the pilots Dimond's extreme they say that will ready well paid that close to ten thousand dollars a month on average SAS shares fell as much as three point five percent in early trade Friday the company says meeting the pilots to malls would have very negative consequences