SAS pilots in Parat file lawsuit against the airline

SASPhoto: Gorm Kallestad / NTB

The Parat union believes that SAS is breaking agreements, which, they believe, is hitting employees hard. The union has now filed a lawsuit against the airline.

SAS is accused of violating agreements by outsourcing parts of the work to other companies and establishing subsidiaries to circumvent current employees.

“Our calculations show that SAS now outsources a significant, and much larger part, of the flights, to other, newly established airlines. That was never the intention. As a result, our dismissed SAS colleagues will not get their jobs back. We believe this is morally completely reprehensible and totally unacceptable,” union representative for pilots Jan Levi Skogvang stated in a press release.

Among other things, Skogvang believes that SAS has established the subsidiaries SAS Connect and SAS Link in an attempt to circumvent agreements and get rid of employees.

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