Norwegian faces first ever pilot strike

Norwegian faces first ever pilot strike

Norwegian Air Shuttle could see its first ever strike by pilots on Sunday, if it fails to end more than three months of fruitless negotiations and strike a deal with unions.

Halvor Vatnar, leader of the Norwegian Pilot Union, said that he did not believe that the company’s chief executive Bjørn Kjos had any intention of meeting his members half way.

UPDATE: Possible Strike by Norwegian Pilots from Saturday February 28th

Update March 4: Norwegian cancels all flights in Scandinavia

Budget airline Norwegian Air Shuttle (NAS) has cancelled all flights in Scandinavia and several flights to other European cities due to the escalation of a pilots' strike, with Swedish and Danish pilots joining their Norwegian colleagues who walked out five days ago.

Update March 10: Norwegian Air Shuttle Pilots End Strike

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