Swedish, Danish and Norwegian pilot union members have voted to adopt the collective bargaining agreement reached with airline SAS last month, and therefore will not resume their strike. The deal: lower wages and longer hours for the pilots, but also a commitment from SAS to rehire pilots laid off during the pandemic. Pilots were also given a guarantee that SAS will not set up new subsidiaries on different terms than what has now been agreed. The biggest owners of SAS are the governments of Sweden and Denmark. In Denmark, 93% of pilot union members voted in favour of the deal; on the opposite, Sweden and Norway did not share their local percentage of voters. Read more on Reuters